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Dietary aspects of migraine trigger factors

Synthetic mammalian trigger-controlled bipartite transcription factors

Novel Microbial Virulence Factor Triggers Murine Lyme Arthritis

P-077Trigger factor in stomach MALT-lympoma

Is interleukin-1 beta a triggering factor for restenosis?

Light is a key factor in triggering sexual reproduction in the pennate diatom Haslea ostrearia

Reactive electrophilic oxylipins trigger a heat stress-like response through HSFA1 transcription factors

Controlled interplay between trigger loop and Gre factor in the RNA polymerase active centre

Human sperm cytosolic factor triggers Ca2+ oscillations and overcomes activation failure of mammalian oocytes.

Positional effects of short interfering RNAs targeting the human coagulation trigger Tissue Factor

PLCζ or PAWP: revisiting the putative mammalian sperm factor that triggers egg activation and embryogenesis

Alkaline stress triggers an immediate calcium fluctuation in Candida albicans mediated by Rim101p and Crz1p transcription factors

Identification of a Major Locus, TNF1, That Controls BCG-Triggered Tumor Necrosis Factor Production by Leukocytes in an Area Hyperendemic for Tuberculosis

SIV/SHIV Infection Triggers Vascular Inflammation, Diminished Expression of Krüppel-like Factor 2 and Endothelial Dysfunction

DNA damage triggers SAF-A and RNA biogenesis factors exclusion from chromatin coupled to R-loops removal

How ‘arm-twisting’ by the inducer triggers activation of the MalT transcription factor, a typical signal transduction ATPase with numerous domains (STAND)

Age-Triggered and Dark-Induced Leaf Senescence Require the bHLH Transcription Factors PIF3, 4, and 5

The dual nature of trehalose in citrus canker disease: a virulence factor for Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri and a trigger for plant defence responses

 

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A 48 kDa protein of eubacteria that binds ribosomes in 1:1 stoichiometry, and also binds nascent ≈57‐residue polypeptides by hydrophobic interaction. It dissociates from the nascent chain after this is ...

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