VCL

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AcronymDefinition
VCLVisual Component Library
VCLVioloncello (Cello)
VCLVideo Coding Layer (digital television)
VCLVinculin
VCLVegetation Canopy LIDAR
VCLCurvilinear Velocity
VCLVirus Creation Laboratory
VCLVirtual Channel Link
VCLVixen Controlled Library (Art; Furry Art Website)
VCLVixen Controlled Library (anthro art site)
VCLVrijzinnig-Christelijk Lyceum (Den Haag)
VCLVirtual Computer Library (University of Texas at Austin)
VCLVisual Control Library
VCLVertical-Cavity Laser
VCLVoluntary Committee of Lawyers
VCLVirtual Circuit Link
VCLVoluntary Compliance Level
VCLViscoelastic Control Layer
VCLVice Chairman for Liaison
VCLValidated Compilers List
VCLVector Control Language (ICT In-Circuit Test)
VCLVoluntary Collective License/Licensing
VCLVirtual Coding Layer
VCLVariant Configuration Language (Extensible Markup Language)
VCLVertical Control Line
VCLVisual Communication Lab
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Autoimmunity links vinculin to the pathophysiology of functional bowel changes following Campylobacter jejuni infection in a rat model.
It achieved this by reducing the expression of MMP-1, MMP-2, and MMP-7, by blocking MAPK signaling by inhibiting the phosphorylation of ERIC and p38 MAPK, by inhibition of AP-1 activation, and by inducing focal adhesion formation and modulating vinculin localization and expression.
A novel bacterial virulence gene in Listeria monocytogenes required for host cell microfilament interaction with homology to the proline-rich region of vinculin.
It restores the normal synthesis of integrin [alpha]2[beta]1 and vinculin, adhesion and signaling proteins, which are involved in the formation of mechano-receptors (shock absorbers) and focal adhesions.
Key words: biomarker, embryocarcinoma, galectin-1, histone deacetylase, in vitro toxicology, metallothionein, microarray, mouse embryo, neural tube defect, Sp1, teratogen, valproic acid, vinculin.
Fluorscent labelling of actin and vinculin of osteoblast cells demonstrated a typical sequence of events of cells as rounded, attachment with attachment structures, microfilaments etc.
Several host cytoskeletal proteins are involved in tail formation, including [Alpha]-actinin (48), filamin (59), fimbrin (59), vasodilator-stimulated phosphoprotein (VASP) (60), vinculin (49,61), and neural-Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome protein (N-WASP) (63).
Immunoreactivity for the following markers is described in case reports or small series: BerEP (4,11) PAX (8,12) p (53,12) mitochondria, (12,24) vinculin,3 MIA, (18,24) and S100.
Huff-Lonergan and Lonergan (2005) and Kristensen and Purslow (2001) reported that protein oxidation, which occurs during aging, causes intra- and/or inter-protein disulfide cross-links of the calpain histidine and cysteine residues as well as degradation of vinculin and desmin.
Urine screening in mice receiving CsA revealed several proteins that may also qualify as biomarkers of early kidney damage, including vinculin, podocin, uromodulin, and, again, E-cadherin (97).