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Envelope

In technical analysis, two moving averages of a security's price indicating its upper and lower limits. That is, a price tends not to move above the higher moving average or below the lower moving average. Analysts use envelopes to help them determine buy and sell signals. When a price reaches the higher moving average, analysts may declare a sell signal, while they may declare a buy signal when a price reaches the lower moving average.
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Nuclear envelope and lamin assembly, and nuclear scaling
Lammerding, "The interaction between nesprins and sun proteins at the nuclear envelope is critical for force transmission between the nucleus and cytoskeleton," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
through the nuclear envelope and reach the perinuclear space where B reacts with water and proteins forming tetrols (T) and protein adduct (P).
Lowering DAG, by microinjection of enzymes that either lower its precursor phosphatidylinositol (4,5) bisphosphate ([PIP.sub.2]) or directly convert it to phosphatidic acid, delays or inhibits the membrane fusion leading to formation of the nuclear envelope, and transforms the ER into extended sheet structures at the expense of the more highly curved tubules.
When seen edge-on the wing-like plastids appear to interact with the nuclear envelope (Fig.
Then, by using an approach to model what happens when these neural stem cells aged, they found that older Parkinson disease neural stem cells increasingly displayed deformed nuclear envelopes and nuclear architecture.
Alterations of liver nuclear envelopes accompanying thioacetamide administration in rats.
Pathway of incorporation of microinjected lamin A into the nuclear envelope. J.
Mans, "Comparative Genomics, Evolution and Origins of the Nuclear Envelope and Nuclear Pore Complex."
The "mechanical stress hypothesis" model suggests that the lamins and their associated proteins form a filamentous nucleoskeleton that supports the nuclear envelope (NE).
These extensions, together with the nuclear envelope and ER, physically form a spatial network.
A 50-kDa myeloid cell-specific nuclear envelope protein has been reported as the target antigen of UC-associated pANCAs.

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