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Tetrahymena cells distinguish insulin preparations according to either their amorphous and crystalline form or their bovine and porcine origin : aspects of hormone binding and chemotaxis in relation to imprinting

Author
CSABA, G; KOVACS, P; KÖHIDAI, L
Semmelweis univ. medicine, dep. biology, 1445 Budapest, Hungary
Source

Microbios. 1994, Vol 80, Num 325, pp 215-221 ; ref : 16 ref

CODEN
MCBIA7
ISSN
0026-2633
Scientific domain
Biochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics; Biotechnology; Microbiology, infectious diseases
Publisher
Faculty Press, Cambridge
Publication country
United Kingdom
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Bovin Chimiotactisme Forme moléculaire In vitro Insuline Interaction moléculaire Pathogène Porc Tetrahymena pyriformis Artiodactyla Ciliata Hormone protéine Mammalia Protozoa Relation hôte parasite Ungulata Vertebrata
Keyword (en)
Bovine Chemotaxis Molecular form In vitro Insulin Molecular interaction Pathogenic Pig Tetrahymena pyriformis Artiodactyla Ciliata Protein hormone Mammalia Protozoa Host parasite relation Ungulata Vertebrata
Keyword (es)
Bovino Quimiotactismo Forma molecular In vitro Insulina Interacción molecular Patógeno Cerdo Tetrahymena pyriformis Artiodactyla Ciliata Hormona proteina Mammalia Protozoa Relación huesped parásito Ungulata Vertebrata
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002A Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology / 002A11 Protozoa / 002A11D Life cycle. Host-agent relationship. Pathogenesis

Discipline
Protozoa
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
3418926

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