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  Selected dictionaries: Human Genes+Proteins  Disease Related Concepts  Pathways  Sponge Compounds  Mode of action 

Searching for:CAUSED MODIFICATION
Abstracts found:10

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10565813 Xestoquinone, isolated from sea sponge, causes Ca(2+) release through sulfhydryl modification from skeletal muscle sarcoplasmic reticulum.  
10663626 Different microtubule network alterations induced by pachymatismin, a new marine glycoprotein, on two prostatic cell lines.  
11488521 Structure-activity relationship studies of discodermolide and its semisynthetic acetylated analogs on microtubule function and cytotoxicity.  
16527327 Petrosia testudinaria as a biomarker for metal contamination at Gulf of Mannar, southeast coast of India.  
18346949 Biomimetic modification of the TiO(2)/glass composite Ecopore with heparinized collagen and the osteoinductive factor BMP-2.  
21197504 The use of recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-2 for the repair of extraction socket defects: a technical modification and case series report.  
22409352 Proteomic profiling of germ cell cancer cells treated with aaptamine, a marine alkaloid with antiproliferative activity.  
23203270 Preliminary Structure-Activity Relationship on Theonellasterol, a New Chemotype of FXR Antagonist, from the Marine Sponge Theonella swinhoei.  
7548005 Xestoquinone activates skeletal muscle actomyosin ATPase by modification of the specific sulfhydryl group in the myosin head probably distinct from sulfhydryl groups SH1 and SH2.  
7693287 Stimulation of angiogenesis by substance P and interleukin-1 in the rat and its inhibition by NK1 or interleukin-1 receptor antagonists.  

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