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adenylyl

adenylyl cyclase

adenylyl sulfate

Lithium preferentially inhibits adenylyl cyclase V and VII isoforms

Relaxin signalling links tyrosine phosphorylation to phosphodiesterase and adenylyl cyclase activity

Decreased type VI adenylyl cyclase mRNA concentration and Mg2+-dependent adenylyl cyclase activities and unchanged type V adenylyl cyclase mRNA concentration and Mn2+-dependent adenylyl cyclase activities in the left ventricle of rats with myocardial infarction and longstanding heart failure

Lymphocytes from spontaneously hypertensive rats exhibit enhanced adenylyl cyclase-Gi protein signaling

Region-dependent effects of flibanserin and buspirone on adenylyl cyclase activity in the human brain

ADENYLYL CYCLASE ACTIVITY IS INCREASED IN YOUNGER, BUT DECREASED IN OLDER, ALCOHOLIC PATIENTS AFTER DETOXIFICATION

Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate Signaling in the Rat Vomeronasal Organ: Role of an Adenylyl Cyclase Type VI

Deducing the Origin of Soluble Adenylyl Cyclase, a Gene Lost in Multiple Lineages

Overexpression of Gi-proteins precedes the development of DOCA-salt-induced hypertension: relationship with adenylyl cyclase

Transregulation of adenylyl-cyclase-coupled inhibitory receptors in heart failure enhances anti-adrenergic effects on adult rat cardiomyocytes

Functional activity and expression of the myocardial postreceptor adenylyl cyclase system in pressure overload hypertrophy in rat

Angiotensin II-evoked enhanced expression of RGS2 attenuates Gi-mediated adenylyl cyclase signaling in A10 cells

Modulation of G-protein expression and adenylyl cyclase signaling by high glucose in vascular smooth muscle

Inhibitory G-proteins and their role in desensitization of the adenylyl cyclase pathway in heart failure

Isolation of a Cotton CAP Gene: a Homologue of Adenylyl Cyclase-Associated Protein Highly Expressed during Fiber Elongation

Resveratrol activates adenylyl-cyclase in human breast cancer cells: a novel, estrogen receptor-independent cytostatic mechanism

 

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The adenosine[mono]phospho group; the acyl group derived from adenylic acid (see adenosine 5′‐monophosphate). Compare adenosyl.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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