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  • 00:33, 26 May 2017 Z3429175 (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Hedgehog pathways.jpg (==Hedgehog Signaling Pathway== HH ligands (SHH, DHH or IHH) attach to the PTCH1 and PTCH2 and reduce the inhibition of SMO. HHIP which is a negative inhibitor of HH signaling, is able to compete with PTCH receptors to bind HH ligand. Therefore, it lea...)
  • 18:39, 25 May 2017 Z3429175 (talk | contribs) uploaded File:SstGhsr.png (==Ghsr is specifically expressed in δ-cells== D: FISH supporting the expression of Ghsr gene (green dots) in pancreatic delta cells of wild type mice, colocalized with Sst message (red dots) and also Sst peptide (white). E: mRNA for Ghsr (green dot...)
  • 15:03, 22 May 2017 Z3429175 (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Ghrelin Calcium.png (==Ghrelin potentiates GSSS== A: The responses of calcium were calculated for a period of time in intact islets using the genetically encoded calcium sensor GCaMP6 expressed particularly in delta cells. Calcium traces of two indicative cells in respons...)
  • 13:14, 24 April 2017 Z3429175 (talk | contribs) uploaded File:MammalianPancreaticDevelopment.jpeg (The mammalian pancreas is developed from two individual ventral and dorsal buds and undergoes three different phases of transition.)
  • 07:48, 11 April 2017 Z3429175 (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Tm4control.png
  • 19:37, 4 April 2017 Z3429175 (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Percentage of cell count.png
  • 09:30, 19 March 2017 Z3429175 (talk | contribs) uploaded File:MET.png (Figure A shows a schematic relationship between gene amplification and polysomy. The proportion of the copy number of the focused gene in comparison for the centromeric section of the chromosome differentiates a multiplication of the copy number of the...)
  • 11:03, 14 March 2017 Z3429175 (talk | contribs) uploaded File:C-MET signalling.png (c-MET signalling pathways Figure shown is the c-MET signalling routes in the carcinoma squamous cells of the head and neck mainly across protein adaptors. Most of the routes activated by c-MET are frequent to other tyrosine kinase receptors.)