This reaction chemically cuts the labeled Salmonella DNA at all adenine and guanine sites in the DNA chain.
What does A stand for?
A stands for Adenine (one of four DNA building blocks)
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ARTICLE INFO Keywords: Gumarabic Adenine Chronic renal failure Rats Blood pressure Lisinopril ABSTRACT Chronic renal failure (CRF) occurring naturally in patients or induced by subtotal nephrectomy in rats induces several alterations in the cardiovascular system (CVS).
Co-enzyme A is made out of adenine triphosphate and pantothenic acid.
Of renewed interest is the inability of the heart to replenish rapidly its adenine nucleotide pool once it has been diminished during a brief period of regional ischemia [2, 9].
As part of an ongoing project to identify other proteins which may be affected by TOR or to affect TOR itself, we examined the adenine nucleotide translocator (ANT), a mitochondrial transporter that moves ADP and ATP across the inner mitochondrial membrane.
D-ribose has been shown to increase energy production in the heart and skeletal muscle by providing a substrate for the synthesis of adenine nucleotide, which is, in some circumstances, a rate-limiting factor for the production of ATP.
The channel is found in mammalian neural cells and exhibits a different sensitivity to block by various adenine nucleotides, and is activated by submicromolar [Ca].