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In this sense it differs from the definition of a biochemical cascade.
The complement system is a biochemical cascade that attacks the surfaces of foreign cells.
After stroke, an ischemic cascade, a set of biochemical cascades takes place.
Biochemical cascades exist in biology, where a small reaction can have system-wide implications.
Most biochemical cascades are series of events, in which one event triggers the next, in a linear fashion.
Researchers have found that when certain growth proteins in the bloodstream stimulate a cell, a complex biochemical cascade is unleashed within.
Instead, they activate biochemical cascades, leading to the modification of other proteins, as for example ion channels.
The complement system is a biochemical cascade of the innate immune system that helps clear pathogens from an organism.
A biochemical cascade is a series of chemical reactions in which the products of one reaction are consumed in the next reaction.
Biochemical cascades include:
The biochemical cascade resulting from ischemia and involving excitotoxicity is called the ischemic cascade.
Opiorphin in human saliva is a relatively simple molecule, and the child's immune system may trigger a biochemical cascade (complement system) to produce other stress-reducing compounds.
Biochemical cascades consisting of signaling proteins occur in the ECM and play an important role to the regulation of many aspects of cell life.
When the brain is denied adequate blood flow, a biochemical cascade known as the ischemic cascade is unleashed, and may ultimately lead to brain cell death.
In addition to cell-derived mediators, several acellular biochemical cascade systems consisting of preformed plasma proteins act in parallel to initiate and propagate the inflammatory response.
Given certain signals to cells (such as feedback from neighbors, stress or DNA damage), mitochondria release caspase activators that trigger the cell-death-inducing biochemical cascade.
Vane and Piper tested the biochemical cascade associated with anaphylactic shock (in extracts from guinea pig lungs, applied to tissue from rabbit aortas).
Once we had begun to look at particular steps in the biochemical cascade in more detail, however, I became persuaded that reasonably specific inhibitors might help cast light on relevant mechanisms.
Reactive oxygen species or free radical byproducts are formed as a result, namely, superoxide and hydrogen peroxide, producing attendant, biochemical cascade reactions, which can lead to peroxynitrite formation.
The complement system is a biochemical cascade of the immune system that helps, or "complements", the ability of antibodies to clear pathogens or mark them for destruction by other cells.
In brain tissue, a biochemical cascade known as the ischemic cascade is triggered when the tissue becomes ischemic, potentially resulting in damage to and death of brain cells.
Through this activity, they govern the four essential cell functions: differentiation, motility, division and cell death - and activate important extracellular episodes, such as the biochemical cascade effect in blood clotting.
Calcium ions then trigger a biochemical cascade which results in vesicles fusing with the presynaptic membrane and releasing their contents to the synaptic cleft within 180 s of calcium entry.
It may be possible to reduce, or even reverse, some of the damage with quicker treatment, especially immediate therapy to disrupt a biochemical cascade of secondary injury that follows the initial wound, the researchers say.