5 edition of plasma membrane: dynamic perspectives, genetics and pathology found in the catalog.
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|Statement||[by] Donald F. Hoelzl Wallach.|
|Series||Heidelberg science library, v. 18|
|LC Classifications||QH601 .W28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 186 p.|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||72085948|
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Desmin, a muscle-specific type III intermediate filament that connects Z discs within and between myofibrils and forms a network of connections between the plasma membrane, nuclear membrane and Cited by: The plasma membrane of non-pyramidal neurons shows in moderate oedema atly normal and continuous structure. The plasma membrane form endocytic and clathrin coated vesicles internalizing toward the cytoplasm. The limiting plasma membrane of rough endoplasmic reticulum cisterns exhibit fragmented areas and detachment of membrane associated : Maria de Lourdes Guarnieri Barbosa Bueno.
The plasma membrane Ca2+ ATPase (PMCA pump) is a member of the superfamily of P-type pumps. It is organized in the plasma membrane with ten transmembrane helices and . Modern scientists refer to the plasma membrane as the fluid mosaic model. A phospholipid bilayer comprises the plasma membrane, with hydrophobic, fatty acid tails in contact with each other. The membrane's landscape is studded with proteins, some which span the membrane. Some of these proteins serve to transport materials into or out of the cell.
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PO name to title page. Cell membrane biology. Author(s): Wallach,Donald Francis Hoelzl, Title(s): The plasma membrane - dynamic perspectives, genetics and pathology. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, English Universities Press, The book is comprised of 14 chapters that discuss the various areas of concerns relating to membrane dynamics.
The coverage of the text includes techniques and methods employed in the analysis and manipulation of the various aspects of cell membranes, such as freeze-fracture techniques; manipulation of the lipid composition of cultured animal cells; and somatic genetic analysis.
This volume discusses the expression of astrocyte-specific immunological markers genetics and pathology book plasma membrane structures; the dynamics of the cytoskeleton and cell cycle; and the reactivity to injury and response of astrocytes in selected pathological and genetic states.
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Exosomes and ectosomes, extracellular vesicles of two types generated by all cells at multivesicular bodies and the plasma membrane, respectively, play critical roles in physiology and pathology.
A key mechanism of their function, analogous for both types of vesicles, is the fusion of their membrane to the plasma membrane of specific target cells, followed by discharge to the cytoplasm of their luminal Cited by: Molecular pathology represents the application of the principles of basic molecular biology to the investigation of human disease processes.
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When sphingomyelin content of these membranes was calculated, based on two-dimensional thin-layer Chromatographie separation and assay of that separated fraction, plasma membrane isolated from liver of rats on a basal diet was found to contain ol of phosphorus in the fraction per mg of protein and plasma membrane isolated from liver of rats fed a diet containing A^fluorenylacetamide was Cited by: the plasma membrane of eukaryotic cells is composed of a phospholipid bilayer decorated with proteins and transporters that are selectively permeable to gases, ions, nutrients, hormones, solid particles, and macromolecules in a tightly regulated fashion.
Various functional tasks stress living cells in tissue on a daily basis, such as abrasion and acid erosion in the gastrointestinal Cited by: The best studied examples at the structural level are bacterial mechanically gated ion chann which open in response to increased lateral tension in the plasma membrane Cited by: Discussion The plasma membrane isolation procedure described in this paper differs from a great number of other investigations insofar as the membrane material has been purified successfully from a relatively low-speed by: We shall attempt to critically assess the evidence for plasma membrane calcium transport and will attempt to show that transport of calcium in the RBC plasma membrane is representative of most cellular plasma membranes.
The Plasma Membrane: Dynamic Perspectives, Genetics and Pathology, Springer-Verlag, New York. Google Scholar. Wallach, S Cited by: The plasma membrane calcium ATPase (PMCA) uses energy to pump calcium (Ca2+) ions out of the cytosol into the extracellular milieu, usually against a strong chemical gradient.
In the initial report of genetic association of PLOSL with TYROBP, 26 patients were found to carry a homozygous genomic deletion of 5, bp encompassing the 5′ UTR and exons 1 –4 of TYROBP (Table 1). 12 This deletion results in no detectable DAP Additional point mutations in exons 1, 3, or 4 have been identified that produce truncated or nonfunctional DAP12 (Table 1).
13,18–20 Cited by: A decisive step in the biosynthesis of many proteins is their partial or complete translocation across the eukaryotic endoplasmic reticulum membrane or the prokaryotic plasma membrane. Most of Cited by:. Exosomes and ectosomes, extracellular vesicles of two types generated by all cells at multivesicular bodies and the plasma membrane, respectively, play critical roles in physiology and pathology.
A key mechanism of their function, analogous for both types of vesicles, is the fusion of their membrane to the plasma membrane of specific target cells, followed by discharge to the cytoplasm of Cited by: Membrane proteins and lipids are dynamically organized in domains or compartments.
Emerging evidences suggest that membrane compartmentalization is critical for cell signaling and therefore for development and survival of organisms (Grecco et al., ).The understanding of molecular mechanisms governing protein sub-compartmentalization in living cells is one of the most Cited by: The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) has a broad localization throughout the cell and forms direct physical contacts with all other classes of membranous organelles, including the plasma membrane (PM).
A number of protein tethers that mediate these contacts have been identified, and study of these protein tethers has revealed a multiplicity of roles in cell physiology, including regulation of Cited by: