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Regulation G


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Regulation G (Banking; USA)

5′-UTR RNA G-quadruplexes: translation regulation and targeting

Regulation of the MAD1 promoter by G-CSF

Signalling mechanisms of RhoGTPase regulation by the heterotrimeric G proteins G12 and G13

Mechanisms of regulation of G protein-coupled receptor kinases (GRKs) and cardiovascular disease

Heterotrimeric G-protein regulation of ROS signalling and calcium currents in Arabidopsis guard cells

Explicit formulation of different receptor–G-protein interactions and effector regulation

Transcriptional Regulation of the Human PNRC Promoter by NFY in HepG2 Cells

The E-cadherin −347G→GA promoter polymorphism and its effect on transcriptional regulation

Old dog, new tricks: novel cardiac targets and stress regulation by protein kinase G

UHRF1 binds G9a and participates in p21 transcriptional regulation in mammalian cells

Regulation of eukaryotic DNA replication by proliferation associated protein, PA2G4, in vitro

Regucalcin plays a role in the cytoskeleton regulation of HepG2 cells

Involvement of Down-Regulation of Cdk2 Activity in Hepatocyte Growth Factor–Induced Cell Cycle Arrest at G1 in the Human Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cell Line HepG2

5-Oxo-Eicosatetraenoic Acid-Induced Chemotaxis: Identification of a Responsible Receptor hGPCR48 and Negative Regulation by G Protein G12/13

Genetically determined aberrant down-regulation of FcγRIIB1 in germinal center B cells associated with hyper-IgG and IgG autoantibodies in murine systemic lupus erythematosus

Genome-wide study predicts promoter-G4 DNA motifs regulate selective functions in bacteria: radioresistance of D. radiodurans involves G4 DNA-mediated regulation

P3–143REEVESIOSIDE A INDUCES ANTI-PROLIFERATIVE ACTIVITY THROUGH CYCLIN DOWN-REGULATION AND G1 ARREST IN PC-3 CANCER CELLS

Federal Patent Court (Bundespatentgericht – BPatG) amends case law on “Generic Term” in EU Regulation 1151/2012

 

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(Banking; USA).

The Federal Reserve rules governing the credit providing activities of non-bank institutions.

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