Posts tagged “ Endothelial cells”

  • 1,000 Endothelial Cell Culture Products for your Research     We like to get you the best overview -> browse on our NEW  landing page summarizing all our products in the field of Endothelial Cells, Media & Tools.From cell experts for cell researchersWe offer almost 10,000 high-end cell culture products and over 1,000 endothelial cells and […]

    Over 1,000 Endothelial Cell Culture Products for your Research

    1,000 Endothelial Cell Culture Products for your Research     We like to get you the best overview -> browse on our NEW  landing page summarizing all our products in the field of Endothelial Cells, Media & Tools.From cell experts for cell researchersWe offer almost 10,000 high-end cell culture products and over 1,000 endothelial cells and media. Cell sourcing and customized cell isolation from healthy and /or diseased donors are our daily business. We offer all cell systems with...
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  • A primitive role for ATF6 The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) mediates and monitors the folding, packaging, and transport of proteins in cells. The unfolded protein response (UPR) preserves ER homeostasis in the adult organism; however, inactivating mutations in the UPR-associated transcription factor ATF6 cause congenital vision defects, suggesting an embryonic role as well. Kroeger et al. […]

    The Unfolded Protein Response Regulator ATF6 promotes Mesodermal Differentiation

    A primitive role for ATF6 The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) mediates and monitors the folding, packaging, and transport of proteins in cells. The unfolded protein response (UPR) preserves ER homeostasis in the adult organism; however, inactivating mutations in the UPR-associated transcription factor ATF6 cause congenital vision defects, suggesting an embryonic role as well. Kroeger et al. found that ATF6 was critical to the differentiation of stem cells to the mesodermal lineage, at least in part,...
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  • By identifying two cytokines, key factors in the recruitment of blood cells essential to the formation of new blood vessels, and above all by deciphering how these factors interact simultaneously with blood vessels, researchers at the University of Geneva (UNIGE) have highlighted an additional method of controlling tumour progression. The results suggest that the combined […]

    Extravasation Cascade Of Proangiogenic Monocytes To Tumours Detailed

    By identifying two cytokines, key factors in the recruitment of blood cells essential to the formation of new blood vessels, and above all by deciphering how these factors interact simultaneously with blood vessels, researchers at the University of Geneva (UNIGE) have highlighted an additional method of controlling tumour progression. The results suggest that the combined use of existing drugs or under development could significantly increase their efficacy. For a tumour to grow, it must develop...
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