Smooth Muscle Cell

  • (noun): Cells of the smooth muscles.

Some articles on cell, cells, muscle, smooth muscle cell, smooth muscle:

... perinuclear region of cytoplasm Biological process • microglial cell activation • positive regulation of protein phosphorylation • phagocytosis ...
... protein kinase cascade • positive regulation of cell proliferation • fibroblast growth factor receptor signaling pathway • response to toxic substance • positive ... This gene encodes a cell surface tyrosine kinase receptor for members of the platelet-derived growth factor family ... These growth factors are mitogens for cells of mesenchymal origin ...
Fibularis Brevis
... The fibularis brevis muscle (or peroneus brevis) lies under cover of the peroneus longus, and is a shorter and smaller muscle ... The muscle acts in plantarflexion and eversion of the foot ...
MED28 - Interactions
... of this submodule act together in a gene-regulatory programme to suppress smooth muscle cell differentiation ... Thus, mammalian Mediator subunit Med28 functions as a repressor of smooth muscle-cell differentiation, which could have implications for disorders associated with abnormalities in smooth muscle cell ...
Sonic Hedgehog
... nucleus • endoplasmic reticulum • Golgi apparatus • plasma membrane • cell surface • transport vesicle • extracellular matrix • membrane raft Biological process • negative regulation of ... that diffuses to form a concentration gradient and has different effects on the cells of the developing embryo depending on its concentration ... It controls cell division of adult stem cells and has been implicated in development of some cancers ...

Famous quotes containing the words cell and/or smooth:

    It is plain that there is no separate essence called courage, no cup or cell in the brain, no vessel in the heart containing drops or atoms that make or give this virtue; but it is the right or healthy state of every man, when he is free to do that which is constitutional to him to do.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    he changed and ran
    Through many shapes; I lunged at the smooth throat
    Of a great eel; it changed, and I but smote
    A fir-tree roaring in its leafless top;
    And thereupon I drew the livid chop
    Of a drowned dripping body to my breast....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)