Pore

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Constrictivity
... to depend on the ratio of the diameter of the diffusing particle to the pore diameter ... The constrictivity is defined not for a single pore, but as the parameter of the entire pore space considered ... media increases because the viscosity of the fluid (which fills the pores) increases in the vicinity of the pore walls (Renkin effect see also electroviscous effects) ...
Alpha-Latrotoxin - Toxicodynamics
... First insertion may lead to pore formation and possibly other effects and secondly the receptor may be activated which leads to intracellular signaling ... of the tetramer form a bowl surrounding the pore, which is restricted at one point to 10 Å ... Pore formation can occur in pure lipid membranes, but reconstituted receptors greatly increase pore formation ...
Pore, Casanare
... Pore is a town and municipality in the Department of Casanare, Colombia ... Monterrey Nunchia Orocue Paz de Ariporo Pore Recetor Sabanalarga Sacama San Luis de Palenque Tamara Tauramena Trinidad Villanueva Yopal Coordinates 5°43′38″N 71°59′41″W / 5.72722°N 71.9947°W ...
Maurus Of Parentium
... Saint Maurus of Parentium is the patron saint of the Croatian city of Poreč, called Parentium in Roman times ... Mavro) was the first bishop of Poreč and the Istrian diocese who suffered a martyred death in the late 3rd century ... A basilica was built in Poreč in the 5th century called Euphrasian Basilica where the relics of Saint Maurus, now the patron saint of the city, are kept in the votive chapel called a martyrium ...
Poreče
... Poreče or Porečje is a region in the Republic of Macedonia which includes the Municipality of Makedonski Brod, and the villages in the western part of the Municipality of ...

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