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Ser

An obsolete Indian unit of dry volume equivalent to one liter.
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In addition to the clinical and pre-clinical programmes targeting MGLL, Abide has a rich pipeline of inhibitors targeting other serine hydrolases that may be pursued as future novel treatments to improve the quality of life for patients living with neurological and/or psychiatric disorders.
Plant receptor-like serine threonine kinases: roles in signaling and plant defense.
There is also a theoretical risk that the D form of serine (produced from L-serine) may be nephrotoxic, although this has never been demonstrated with this disorder (5).
The treated group had also reversed direction of changes in some of metabolites levels, including alanine, glutamine, serine, glucose, asparagine, isoleucine, valine, carnitine, isobutyrate and pantothenate compared to AD group which showed the effectiveness of the lavender extract on the improvement of AD rats.
Myriocin, a serine palmitoyltransferase inhibitor, increases melanin synthesis in Mel-Ab cells and a skin equivalent model.
SHTM2 is a key metabolic enzyme which is involved in the conversion from serine to glycine and folate cycle.
Scala et al., "Mitochondrial serine protease HTRA2 p.G399S in a female with Di George syndrome and Parkinson's disease," Parkinson's Disease, vol.
The "serine neuron-astrocytes shuttle" hypothesis explains the relation of D-serine synthesis in neurons and astrocytes.
In this study, a serine protease (Spbtry1) gene was cloned from the soybean pod borer larvae midgut, and its transcription profiles in various developmental stages and tissues were determined.
Solutions of 20 mmol [l.sub.-1] N-p-tosyl-L-lys-chloromethyl ketone (TLCK; T7254; Sigma-Aldrich) in 1 mmol [l.sub.-1] HC1 and 200 mmol [l.sub.-1] phenylmethanesulphonyl fluoride (PMSF; P7626, Sigma-Aldrich) in 2-propanol to identify trypsin and serine proteinase activity, respectively.
RNA, DNA, creatine, serine, and haem are generated by several pathways which utilize glycine.
Hemoglobin was hydrolyzed by cysteine and aspartic peptidases but not by serine ones.
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