CDR1

AcronymDefinition
CDR1Complementarity Determining Region 1
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In this work, to analyse the expression patterns of ALS1-ALS3, HWP1, SAP1, SAP4-SAP6, LIP1-LIP10, PLB1-PLB2, CDR1, and MDR1, we implemented an in vitro model of infection of human vaginal cells with C.
The azole-resistant strain (12-99, hereafter RCa) overexpresses the transporter genes CDR1, CDR2 and MDR1, whereas the sensitive strain (2-76, hereafter SCa) has a basal expression of these genes (White et al., 2002).
The prevalence of a common point mutation, previously identified in the CDR1 gene of some ITS genotype 1 isolates, was determined for avian and human C.
References to these articles will be given in the text identified by the abbreviations CdR1 to CdR5.
The Department of Defense's (DoD's) largest military contract is making good progress toward critical design review (CDR1).
If the coefficients on CDR1 are positive and significant, then the growth enhancement effect begins immediately following the arrival of the recession.
The first experimental evidence that lncRNAs may be targeted by miRNAs was reported for the antisense transcript of the cerebellar degeneration-related protein 1 (CDR1, also known as CiRS-7 or CDR1AS), which is a circular RNA produced by a backsplice event [107].
In CDR regions of light chain, we found three amino acid substitutions as follows: S(4F6) to T(3D2), A(4F6) to V(3D2) in CDR1 and T(4F6) to S(3D2) in CDR3.
A mutation in Tac1p, a transcription factor regulating CDR1 and CDR2, is coupled with loss of heterozygosity at chromosome 5 to mediate antifungal resistance in Candida albicans.
Furthermore, overexpression of miR-671-5p negatively correlated with the expression of ciRS-7, CDR1, and VSNL1, which implied that the miR671-5p/CDR1as/CDR1/VSNL1 axis was functionally altered in GBM [94].
Authors are thankful to the Director, CDR1 for constant encouragement for the program on natural products, SAIF Division for Spectral Data, Botany Division for Identification of Plant Material.
dubliniensis possess two different types of efflux pumps: adenosine triphosphate--binding cassette (ABC) transporters encoded by the CDR genes (CDR1 and CDR2) and major facilitators encoded by the MDR genes (2,12,26 28).