cell assembly

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cell assembly n.

cell assembly n.

BASIC: BCR assembly from single cells

Analytical biochemistry of DNA–protein assemblies from crude cell extracts

Neural Coding of Cell Assemblies via Spike-Timing Self-Information

Periplasm Turgor Pressure Controls Wall Deposition and Assembly in Growing Chara corallina Cells

Extracellular ATP induces assembly and activation of the myosin light chain phosphatase complex in endothelial cells

Effects of tubulin assembly inhibitors on cell division in prokaryotes in vivo

Distilled single-cell genome sequencing and de novo assembly for sparse microbial communities

Stimulus-driven Coordination of Cortical Cell Assemblies and Propagation of Gestalt Belief in V1

Simultaneous assembly of two target proteins using split inteins for live cell imaging

Dynamics of cell wall assembly during early embryogenesis in the brown alga Fucus

Human cells lacking coilin and Cajal bodies are proficient in telomerase assembly, trafficking and telomere maintenance

Abnormal mitotic spindle assembly and cytokinesis induced by d-Limonene in cultured mammalian cells

New insights in glycosphingolipid function: “glycosignaling domain,” a cell surface assembly of glycosphingolipids with signal transducer molecules, involved in cell adhesion coupled with signaling

A Prodigiosin Analogue Inactivates NADPH Oxidase in Macrophage Cells by Inhibiting Assembly of p47phox and Rac

Inhibitory Activity of 1-Farnesylpyridinium on the Spatial Control over the Assembly of Cell Wall Polysaccharides in Schizosaccharomyces pombe

Intracellular Distribution, Assembly and Effect of Disease-associated Connexin 31 Mutants in HeLa Cells

Novel pyrimidine-2,4-diamine derivative suppresses the cell viability and spindle assembly checkpoint activity by targeting Aurora kinases


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A collection of neurons that have become functionally interrelated, through repeated excitation, into a circuit capable of responding as a unit, providing a neural basis for perception, learning, and other mental activities, according to a hypothesis of the Canadian psychologist Donald O(lding) Hebb (1904–85). See also Hebb synapse, phase sequence, reverberating circuit.

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