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Increase of extracellular matrix proteins in hibernating ground squirrels could help maintain bone health.
Whether from injury, old age, or space flight, immobility or a lack of gravitational loading has negative effects on the physiology of bone and bone marrow. Consequences include a weakening of the immune system, decreased ...
Nuclear localization and nuclear export signals of the human parainfluenza virus matrix protein and their involvement in nuclear transit and virus release
Matrix proteins of some viruses within the Paramyxovirinae subfamily transit through the nucleus. This process is needed for virus particle release from cells and is controlled by nuclear localization (NLS) and nuclear ...