Stem cell factor has been shown to interact with CD117.
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... Identifying these interactions may provide clues to their effects on cell processes ... As these interactions can be affected by both the internal environment and external stimuli, studying these interactions in vivo and at endogenous levels, as is recommended in BiFC, provides a ...
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Famous quotes containing the word interactions:
“In our interactions with people, a benevolent hypocrisy is frequently requiredacting as though we do not see through the motives of their actions.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“Whereas children can learn from their interactions with their parents how to get along in one sort of social hierarchythat of the familyit is from their interactions with peers that they can best learn how to survive among equals in a wide range of social situations.”
—Zick Rubin (20th century)
“In child rearing it would unquestionably be easier if a child were to do something because we say so. The authoritarian method does expedite things, but it does not produce independent functioning. If a child has not mastered the underlying principles of human interactions and merely conforms out of coercion or conditioning, he has no tools to use, no resources to apply in the next situation that confronts him.”
—Elaine Heffner (20th century)