MAD2


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MAD2Mitotic Arrest Deficient 2
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Gene-editing company Inscripta reported on Thursday the receipt of the first patent covering the systems using MAD7 enzyme as well as MADzyme, MAD2.
Salmon, "Localization of Mad2 to kinetochores depends on microtubule attachment, not tension," The Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Post-ovulatory aging of mouse oocytes leads to decreased MAD2 transcripts and increased frequencies of premature centromere separation and anaphase.
The MAD1 adhesin of Metarhizium anisopliae links adhesion with blastospore production and virulence to insects, and the MAD2 adhesin enables attachment to plants.
Diaz-Rodriguez et al., "Mad2 overexpression promotes aneuploidy and tumorigenesis in mice," Cancer Cell, vol.
European provider of carrier-neutral colocation data centre services INTERXION HOLDING NV (NYSE:INXN) announced on Wednesday that, in response to growing demand from its customers, it is building its second data centre in Madrid (MAD2).
Los niveles de la proteina Mad, que son opuestos a los de c-Myc, aumentan durante la diferenciacion celular, mientras que una baja expresion de la proteina Mad2 (Mxi-1) se asocia con el desarrollo de tumores en modelos murinos.
For the full 2009, AWB achieved net profit of MAD2.797bn (USD340.3m/EUR249.5m) against MAD2.358bn in 2008, an increase of 19%.
In addition, expression levels of Mad2, an important protein involved in the regulation of the spindle assembly checkpoint, were suppressed confirming spindle assembly checkpoint bypass on a molecular level (48).
* Manual of Archival Description [6] (en sus dos versiones, MAD, 1986 y MAD2, 1989) producto de la colaboracion entre la Society of Archivists y la British Library, que luego fue desarrollada por la Universidad de Liverpool, usada por los archiveros britanicos.
The bank reported a 7.9 percent rise in its first-half net profit to MAD2.49bn.