Summary: The N-terminal fragment of COMPLEMENT 2, released by the action of activated COMPLEMENT C1S.
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..These results demonstrate the calpain-mediated activation of the nuclear PI3K-C2beta during G(2)/M phase of the cell cycle in HL-60 cells. ..
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..We want to verify the practical use of probiotics as natural inductors of IFN-gamma synthesis for elevating C1-inh level. ..
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..The results of this study also suggest that upon cleavage by C1s, C2a domains undergo conformational rotation while bound to C4b and the released C2b domains may remain folded together similar to as observed in the intact protein. ..
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..These data suggest that Syt 4 regulates activity-dependent release of postsynaptic retrograde signals that promote synaptic plasticity, similar to the role of Syt 1 as a Ca(2+) sensor for presynaptic vesicle fusion. ..
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..This article is part of a Special Issue entitled 'Trends in neuropharmacology: in memory of Erminio Costa'. ..