- the Xenopus Oocyte
- vitro-synthesized RNAs encoding Xenopus vimentins. Exogenous vimentins were ing vimentin filaments are formed in the vegetal hemi- sphere cortex.
- BD Pharmingen™ Purified Mouse Anti-Vimentin
- BD Pharmingen™. Technical Data Sheet. Purified Mouse Anti-Vimentin.
- NF-L and NF-M are expressed in epithelial cells and coassemble
- with endogenous vimentins, but also coassembled with kera- tins into a cytoplasmic ponents of IF networks change from keratins to vimentins.
- Nanomechanical properties of vimentin intermediate filament dimers
- we report a nanomechanical analysis of vimentin intermediate filament Molecular structure of the vimentin dimer and loading condition used in this study .
- Review of juxtaglomerular cell tumor with focus on pathobiological aspect
- Immunohistochemically, tumor cells exhibit a positive reactivity for renin, vimentin and CD34. Ultrastructurally, neoplastic cells contain rhomboid-shaped renin protogranules. Genetically, losses of chromosomes 9 and 11 were frequently observed.
- A Bonelike Protrusion on the Toe—Diagnosis
- 2-3 The tumor cells are positive for vimentin but negative for S100 protein and cytokeratins. Clinically, osteosarcoma usually involves the lower extremities rather than the digits.
- EMD Millipore Introduces New ProteoExtract® Kits
- Vimentin and GAPDH antibodies are also included as markers for the cytoskeleton and cytosol, respectively, for western blot analysis.
- Analysis of EpCAM positive cells isolated from sentinel lymph nodes of breast
- Further analysis of EpCAM positive but RT-PCR negative cell fractions showed that they had increased expression of MMPs, repressors of E-cadherin, SPARC and vimentin, all transcripts associated with the process of epithelial to mesenchymal transition.
- Vimentin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Vimentin is a type III intermediate filament (IF) protein that is expressed in mesenchymal cells. IF proteins are found in all metazoan cells as well as bacteria .
- The Cytoskeleton
- membrane of the nuclear envelope;; neurofilaments strengthen the long axons of neurons;; vimentins provide mechanical strength to muscle (and other) cells.
- Reversible hyperphosphorylation and reorganization of vimentin
- reorganization of vimentin intermediate filaments in 9L rat brain tumor cells.
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