Cytosolic

Some articles on cytosolic:

Alkaliphile - Mechanisms of Cytosolic Acidification
... Alkaliphiles maintain cytosolic acidification through both passive and active means ... However, it is generally agreed upon that passive methods of cytosolic acidification are not sufficient to maintain an internal pH 2-2.3 levels blow that of external pH there must also be ... This proton accumulation leads to a lowering of cytosolic pH ...
Fumarase
... Fumarase comes in two forms mitochondrial and cytosolic ... (also known as the Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle or the Citric Acid Cycle), and the cytosolic isoenzyme is involved in the metabolism of amino acids and fumarate ... amino terminus in the mitochondrial form, while subcellular localization in the cytosolic form is established by the absence of the signal sequence found in the mitochondrial variety ...
RAGE (receptor) - Structure
... The full receptor consists of 5 domains The cytosolic domain, which is responsible for signal transduction, the transmembrane domain which anchors the receptor in the cell membrane, the variable ... and the cytosolic domin for the cytosolic signalling ...
HMG-Co A Synthase - Species Distribution - Eukaryotes - Cytosolic
... The cytosolic form is the starting point of the mevalonate pathway, which leads to cholesterol and other sterolic and isoprenoid compounds) ...
Treadmilling - Detailed Process - Critical Concentration
... whether the ends grow or shrink is entirely dependent on the cytosolic concentration of available monomer subunits in the surrounding area ... Examples in which the cytosolic concentration can affect the critical concentrations are as followed A cytosolic concentration of subunits above both the ... Note that the cytosolic concentration of the monomer subunit between the CC+ and CC– ends is what is defined as treadmilling in which there is growth at the plus end, and ...