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efflux

The expiration of a prescribed period of time,such as the end of a lease.
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enterica, with the study of quinolones efflux from the bacterial cell and permeability alteration.
They are ready-to-use in the "gold standard" 21-day monolayer Caco assay for studying efflux characteristics and so allows flexibility in the choice and trial of the efflux transporter knockout cell lines to optimize preclinical screening.
Interplay between the MexA-MexB-OprM multidrug efflux system and the outher membrane barrier in the multiple antibiotic resistance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Induction of drug efflux protein expression by venlafaxine but not desvcnlafaxine.
Polarized cells, either differentiated (for example, Caco-2 cells) or transfected with the transporters of interest (such as MDCKII, HEK293, LLCPK cells) are often used to characterize efflux drug transporter interactions.
aeruginosa exerts resistance to antimicrobial agents is by actively pumping the drug out of the cell through efflux pumps.
Mutations in the QRDRs of parC, parE, and gyrA were identified, and the presence of reserpine-sensitive fluoroquinolone efflux was determined.
Modulation of LXR with small molecule compounds has been demonstrated to enhance the efflux of cholesterol from cells in atherosclerotic blood vessels, resulting in a reduction in the progression of atherosclerotic disease in selected experimental models.
The macrophage is the most important cell type for HDL-mediated promotion of cholesterol efflux, and the molecular regulation of cholesterol efflux from macrophages has been extensively studied.
Also, the RFEF treatment caused damage to the membrane of the bacteria, leading to the efflux of intracellular ATP, nucleic acid and protein in the juice matrix.