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Escherichia coli phosphoglucose isomerase can be substituted by members of the PGI family, the PGI/PMI family, and the cPGI family

A recently silenced, duplicate PgiC locus in Clarkia.

The CJEU confirms the exclusive character of EU competence in PDO/PGI schemes

NADPH-dependent pgi-gene knockout Escherichia coli metabolism producing shikimate on different carbon sources

Paradoxical acute brain thromboembolism during prostacyclin (PGI2) acute challenge for primary pulmonary hypertension

From DNA to Fitness Differences: Sequences and Structures of Adaptive Variants of Colias Phosphoglucose Isomerase (PGI)

Nucleotide Polymorphism at a Gene (Pgi) under Balancing Selection in a Butterfly Metapopulation

Endothelial prostacyclin (PGI-2) production of human and porcine valve allografts related to ischemic history

Glucose utilization of strains lacking PGI1 and expressing a transhydrogenase suggests differences in the pentose phosphate capacity among Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains

DNA Polymorphism in Active Gene and Pseudogene of the Cytosolic Phosphoglucose Isomerase (PgiC) Loci in Arabidopsis halleri ssp. gemmifera

Indomethacin enhances endothelial NO release — evidence for a role of PGI2 in the autocrine control of calcium-dependent autacoid production

Functional alterations in NO, PGI2 and EDHF pathways in the aortic endothelium after myocardial infarction in rats

Evidence that inward rectifier K+ channels mediate relaxation by the PGI2 receptor agonist cicaprost via a cyclic AMP-independent mechanism

Survey of multidrug resistance integrative mobilizable elements SGI1 and PGI1 in Proteus mirabilis in humans and dogs in France, 2010–13

Proteus genomic island 1 (PGI1), a new resistance genomic island from two Proteus mirabilis French clinical isolates

 

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abbr. for prostaglandin I (i.e. prostacyclin).

Subjects: Chemistry.


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