1 tors of pentameric ligand-gated ion channels are thought to act on elements of the pathways that coup
2 the sensorimotor system (e.g., spinal cord) are thought to be assembled sequentially [10-14], making
3 tion units (gene bodies) in the human genome are thought to be heavily methylated.
4 Epigenetic mechanisms are thought to be important for balancing effector and m
5 locomotion and the change in cortical state are thought to be initiated by projections from the mese
6 Modern desert rodent communities are thought to be strongly structured by competitive int
7 The beta1 and beta2 are thought to be the dominant myocyte ARs.
8 cis-regulatory elements of these regulators are thought to constitute the major driver of morphologi
9 Defects in these events are thought to contribute to several human diseases.
10 ns of the rostral ventromedial medulla (RVM) are thought to critically contribute to this process; ho
11 Several phototrophic bacterial clades are thought to have evolved before oxygenic photosynthes
12 Cortico-basal ganglia circuits are thought to mediate goal-directed learning by a proce
13 pendent changes in brain inhibitory circuits are thought to play a key role during the "critical peri
14 tions with metal ions and phenolic compounds are thought to play important roles.
15 ats (mangroves and tidal marshes) seagrasses are thought to provide coastal defence and encourage sed
16 These intermediate movements are thought to reflect an unintentional averaging of the
17 typed electrophysiological oscillations that are thought to reflect profound disruptions of activity
18 rons are heterogeneous, and distinct subsets are thought to regulate different behaviors.
19 All other division proteins are thought to require the Z-ring for recruitment to the
20 l MoMLV pathogenesis.IMPORTANCE Retroviruses are thought to spread primarily via direct cell-to-cell
21 cluding Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, are thought to spread to increasingly larger areas of th
22 nges induced by long-term potentiation (LTP) are thought to underlie memory formation.
23 ts activity was discovered in 1939, has long been thought to be monomorphic.
24 NRGs have generally been thought to be transported to axons and presynaptic
25 vity versus other P2Y receptor subtypes, and is thought to act as an allosteric antagonist.
26 entations corresponding to recent experience is thought to be a critical mechanism supporting long-te
27 The formation and retrieval of a memory is thought to be accomplished by activation and reactiva
28 d inhibition of fear or behavioral responses is thought to be central to PTSD symptomatology, but its
29 agment processing during DNA replication but is thought to be dispensable for DNA end resection.
30 Conformational freedom of the FMN domain is thought to be essential for the electron transfer (ET
31 regulation, and the ACC has motor areas and is thought to be important for error detection, the dial
32 s a key homeostatic plasticity mechanism and is thought to be involved in the regulation of cortical
33 ion in borderline personality disorder (BPD) is thought to be mediated through emotion dysregulation
34 lian cardiomyocyte regeneration after injury is thought to be minimal.
35 In addition, ToxR is thought to be responsive to various environmental cue
36 bition of PI3K-dependent exocytosis of TRPC6 is thought to be the underlying mechanism, and recent st
37 Defective mitophagy is thought to contribute to normal aging and to various
38 rane and cytosolic proteins in primary cilia is thought to depend on intraflagellar transport (IFT) a
39 Finally, amphetamine, that is thought to disrupt DAT OF conformation, reduced the c
40 Neurite outgrowth inhibitor A (Nogo-A) is thought to have a role in the pathophysiology of amyo
41 This is thought to have evolutionary origins, highlighting ob
42 This process is thought to impair osteogenic and hematopoietic regene
43 nal warming losses, where raised temperature is thought to increase maintenance energy demands and th
44 n at immunoglobulin sites, their persistence is thought to interfere with DNA replication by slowing
45 Coupling is thought to involve direct interactions between RNA po
46 transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta), is thought to play a pivotal role.
47 tion of numerous proteins, and this increase is thought to promote cell survival.
48 Adaptation of prions to new species is thought to reflect the capacity of the host-encoded c
49 form the conserved catalytic interface that was thought to be essential for ATP synthesis, and canno
50 DTPs were thought to target RNA polymerase, but conflicting o
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