Subject Areas on Research
- Biochemistry: A toxin that fuels metabolism.
- Chemotactic and anaphylatoxic fragment cleaved from the fifth component of guinea pig complement.
- Hormone receptor complexes and their modulation of membrane function.
- Indoxyl sulfate down-regulates SLCO4C1 transporter through up-regulation of GATA3.
- Mechanism of action of cholera toxin and the mobile receptor theory of hormone receptor-adenylate cyclase interactions.
- Membrane receptors as general markers for plasma membrane isolation procedures. The use of 125-I-labeled wheat germ agglutinin, insulin, and cholera toxin.
- SLCO4C1 transporter eliminates uremic toxins and attenuates hypertension and renal inflammation.
- Significance of complement to the mechanism of action of endotoxin.
- The beta-adrenergic receptor and adenylate cyclase.
- The potential of monoclonal antibodies as carriers of radiation and drugs for immunodetection and therapy of brain tumors.
- Uveitis and arthritis: experimental models and clinical correlates.
- [Effect of an antitoxin, administered for a month, on the course of cavitary pulmonary tuberculosis presently refractory to antibacterial drugs. Contribution to the use of oxynhyles (stimulative substances)].
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