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Physiology International
Authors: N. Almási, Z. Murlasits, A. Al-awar, Á. Csonka, S. Dvorácskó, C. Tömböly, S. Török, D. Bester, A. Pósa, C. Varga, and K. Kupai

, pmol/µg for 3-NT, pg/µg for TRPV1, and ng/µ for CGRP. Measurements of Ca 2+ levels in the colon A Colorimetric Calcium Detection Assay Kit (Abcam, ab102505) was used to determine calcium (Ca 2+ ) levels in the colon. Samples were homogenized on ice

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References 1. Barreto-Chang OL , Dolmetsch RE : Calcium imaging of cortical neurons using fura-2 AM. M. J. Vis. Exp. 23 , e1067 ( 2009 ) 2. Brown GC : Nitric oxide and neuronal death . Nitric Oxide 23 , 153 – 165 ( 2010

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basolateral chloride channels and inhibits apical sodium channels in frog skin epithelium Pflugers Archiv European J. of Physiology 433 16 25 Martinez-Pastur, G. M., Arena, M., Curvetto, N.: Calcium and boron for in vitro rooting

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6 379 394 Suleiman, M. S.: New concepts in the cardioprotective action of magnesium and taurine during the calcium paradox and

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A simple graphical linear method was introduced for isothermal titration calorimetric data analysis in the protein-ligand interaction. The number of binding sites, the dissociation binding constant and the molar enthalpy of binding site can be obtained by using this new isothermal titration calorimetric data analysis method. The method was applied to the study of the interaction of human growth hormone (hGH) with divalent calcium ion at 27C in NaCl solution, 50 mM. hGH has a set of three identical and independent binding sites for Ca 2+ . The intrinsic dissociation equilibrium constant and the molar enthalpy of binding are 52 μMand -17.4, respectively. Results obtained by this new calorimetric data analysis are in good agreement with results obtained using our previous method.

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The most widely identified degradation process suffered by calcium aluminate cement (CAC) is the so-called conversion of hexagonal calcium aluminate hydrate to cubic form. This conversion is usually followed by an increase in porosity determined by the different densities of these hydrates and the subsequent loss of strength. Mixes of calcium aluminate cement (CAC) and silica fume (SF) or fly ash (FA) represent an interesting alternative for the stabilization of CAC hydrates, which might be attributed to a microstructure based mainly on aluminosilicates. This paper deals with the microstructure of cement pastes fabricated with mixtures CAC-SF and CAC-FA and its evolution over time. Thermal analysis (DTA/TG), X-ray diffraction (XRD) and mid-infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) have been used to assess the microstructure of these formulations.

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Jasminka Božičković, Gabrijela Krivec, W. L. Ragland, H. Mazija, P. Božičković, and Estella Prukner-Radovčić

., Ragland, W. L. and Novak, R. (1996): Growth and immune responses of chickens fed various dietary concentrations of calcium and phosphorus. Krmiva 38 , 149-157. Growth and immune responses of chickens fed various dietary

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Sándor Magony, Zsuzsanna Valkusz, Éva Csajbók, Krisztián Sepp, János Gardi, Mihály Szécsi, János Julesz, and Tibor Wittmann

Lakatos, P.: Disturbancies of the parathyreoid gland and calcium metabolism. In: Leövey, A., Nagy, V. E., Paragh, Gy., Rácz, K. (eds.). Handbook of endocrinology and metabolism. [A mellékpajzsmirigy

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Authors: Judit Tőke, Attila Patócs, Péter Gergics, Rita Bertalan, Miklós Tóth, Károly Rácz, and Zsolt Tulassay

Brown, E. M.: Four-parameter model of the sigmoidal relationship between parathyroid hormone release and extracellular calcium concentration in normal and abnormal parathyroid tissue. J. Clin

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Introduction Calcium aluminate cement (CAC) is known as an indispensable material in the construction field for its resistance to chemical attack and high temperatures [ 1 ]. In the dry-mix mortar industry, such as self

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