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channel factors

channel factors

Chemotactic factors of Flavobacterium columnare to skin mucus of healthy channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus)

An aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase:elongation factor complex for substrate channeling in archaeal translation

Transcription factors for ion channels: active or passive players in cardiac remodeling?

Cardiac fibroblast paracrine factors alter impulse conduction and ion channel expression of neonatal rat cardiomyocytes

Railroads, factor channelling and increasing returns: Cleveland and the emergence of the American manufacturing belt

Klotho, an important new factor for the activity of Ca2+ channels, connecting calcium homeostasis, ageing and uraemia

Transforming growth factor-β1 decreases epithelial sodium channel functionality in renal collecting duct cells via a Smad4-dependent pathway

GATA and FOG2 transcription factors differentially regulate the promoter for Kv4.2 K+ channel gene in cardiac myocytes and PC12 cells

Calcium‐activated potassium channel SK1‐ and IK1‐like immunoreactivity in injured human sensory neurones and its regulation by neurotrophic factors

Angiotensin II and tumour necrosis factor α as mediators of ATP-dependent potassium channel remodelling in post-infarction heart failure

Interaction between transcription factors Iroquois proteins 4 and 5 controls cardiac potassium channel Kv4.2 gene transcription

Gain-of-function haplotype in the epithelial calcium channel TRPV6 is a risk factor for renal calcium stone formation

Paracrine hypertrophic factors from cardiac non-myocyte cells downregulate the transient outward current density and Kv4.2 K+ channel expression in cultured rat cardiomyocytes

2 - Targeting gut T cell Ca2+ release-activated Ca2+ channels inhibits Th1 cytokine production and T-box transcription factor T-bet in inflammatory bowel disease

 

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In models of communication or persuasion, specific variables associated with the channel or medium that can influence the effectiveness of the message. This includes media type (e.g. TV, radio, newspapers, face-to-face communication), verbal versus nonverbal communication, and so on. Communicators need to consider whether research has shown that the channel/medium suits the intended communicative function and whether the target audience will regard its choice as appropriate. See also Yale model.

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