Mouse IgG2b, Control; flow_IH, for use w_Human cells_tissues, Pacific Blue

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known as: Mouse IgG2b, Control; flow_IH, use w_Human cells_tissues, Pacific Blue
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Gene target: igg2b ih w cells tissues pacific

Related genes to: Mouse IgG2b, Control; flow_IH, for use w_Human cells_tissues, Pacific Blue

Symbol : blue NIH gene
LocusTag : Dmel_CG6451
Synonyms : CG6451|DmelCG6451|bls
dbXrefs : FLYBASE:FBgn0041161
chromosome : 3L
map location : 70C15-70D1
description : bluestreak
type of gene : protein-coding
Symbol from nomenclature authority : blue
Full name from nomenclature authority : bluestreak
Nomenclature status : O
Other designations : CG6451-PA|blue-PA
Modification date : 2015-10-23
Symbol : IGG2B NIH gene
Synonyms : IgG
description : Ig gamma 2b chain constant region
type of gene : other
Modification date : 2015-11-15

Related Pathways to: Mouse IgG2b, Control; flow_IH, for use w_Human cells_tissues, Pacific Blue

Gene about :cells
Pathway :Hs Oncostatin M Signaling Pathway
cells
Gene about :blue
Pathway :Mm Glucocorticoid & Mineralcorticoid Metabolism
blue
Gene about :Tissues
Pathway :Rn Statin Pathway
Tissues

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In patients with macular telangiectasia Type 2, blue light reflectance imaging reveals an oval, parafoveal area in the macula that has increased reflectance compared with its surrounding. Here, we examine how dark adaptation and photobleaching can affect the blue light reflectance imaging pattern. - Source :PubMed

Identification of Genes for Synthesis of the Blue Pigment, Biliverdin IXα, in the Blue Coral Heliopora coerulea.

Heliopora coerulea is the only species in the subclass Octocorallia that has a crystalline aragonite skeleton. The skeleton has been reported to contain the blue pigment, biliverdin IXα, which is formed by heme oxygenase (HO) during heme decomposition. There is little information regarding gene expression in H. coerulea; therefore, the biosynthesis pathway for biliverdin IXα is poorly understood. To identify the genes related to heme synthesis and degradation, metatranscripts of H. coerulea and its symbiont Symbiodinium spp. were sequenced and separated from the host- and symbiont-derived sequences. From the metatranscriptome analyses, all genes for heme synthesis and three HOs were isolated from the host and symbiont. From our phylogenetic and amino acid analysis, we noted that one of the HO isoforms in the host coral was predicted to possess HO activity. However, biliverdin reductase, which reduces biliverdin to bilirubin, was not identified in the present study. Similarly, biliverdin reductase was not identified in the transcripts of the red coral Corallium rubrum, a species that also belongs to Octocorallia. However, genes related to heme synthesis and HO were found in C. rubrum. We speculate that Heliopora coerulea can produce biliverdin and accumulate it in the skeleton, while red corals and other Octocorallia species cannot. Further information from molecular studies of H. coerulea will provide insights into the synthesis of biliverdin IXα, the blue pigment in the hard crystalline aragonite skeleton, and will be fundamental to future ecological and physiological studies. - Source :PubMed

Rigidity-Induced Delayed Fluorescence by Ortho-Donor-Appended Triarylboron Compounds: Record-High Efficiency in Pure Blue Fluorescent Organic Light-Emitting Diodes.

A synthetic approach to highly efficient thermally-activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) is proposed using ortho-donor (D)-acceptor (A) compounds (PXZoB, DPAoB, CzoB) wherein acceptor is based on triarylboron and donor is phenoxazine (PXZ), diphenylamine (DPA), or carbazole (Cz). Combined with the ortho-D-A connectivity, the bulky nature of the triarylboron endows the D-A dyads with inherent steric "locking" for highly twisted arrangement, leading to a small energy difference between singlet and triplet excited states (ΔEST) and thus exhibiting very efficient TADF with microsecond-range lifetimes. In sharp contrast, the corresponding para-D-A derivatives, DPApB and CzpB, only display short-lived, normal fluorescence. Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) incorporating the proposed ortho-D-A compounds as emitters display orange, greenish-blue, and pure blue emission, and exhibit high external quantum efficiency (ηEQE). In particular, the pure blue OLEDs based on the proposed ortho-D-A emitters with a carbazole donor (CzoB) shows the record-high ηEQE of 22.6% with CIE color coordinates of (0.139, 0.150), well illustrating the validity of the proposed approach. Upon optical optimization, its ηEQE is further improved to 24.1%. - Source :PubMed

Between the devil and the deep blue sea.

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