Triggered

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Exocytosis - Types
... organisms there are two types of exocytosis 1) Ca2+ triggered non-constitutive and 2) non Ca2+ triggered constitutive ... Exocytosis in neuronal chemical synapses is Ca2+ triggered and serves interneuronal signalling ...
Spike-triggered Average
... The Spike-triggered average (STA) is a tool for characterizing the response properties of a neuron using the spikes emitted in response to a time-varying stimulus ... window preceding each spike is extracted, and the resulting (spike-triggered) stimuli are averaged (see diagram) ... Spike-triggered averaging is also commonly referred to as “reverse correlation″ or “white-noise analysis” ...
TTEthernet Versus TT-Ethernet
... This switch identified the reception of a time-triggered message based on an identifier within the message and preempted other messages under transmission to free the outgoing ports for the time-triggered message ... were extended towards scalable fault-tolerance and a finer classification of event-triggered messages into rate-constrained and best-effort traffic classes ...
Bcl-2-associated Death Promoter - Mechanism of Action
... Bcl-2 and Bcl-xL, inactivating them and thus allowing Bax/Bak-triggered apoptosis ... When BAD is phosphorylated by Akt/protein kinase B (triggered by PIP3), it forms the BAD-(14-3-3)protein homodimer ... This leaves Bcl-2 free to inhibit Bax-triggered apoptosis ...
Classical Complement Pathway - Initiation
... It is triggered by antigen-bound antibody molecules ... The classical pathway can also be triggered by binding of C1 to some types of structures on the target microbe ... Also, it can be triggered by C-Reactive Protein binding to microbic polysaccharides such as phosphocoline ...

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