1 edition of Physiological regulation of membrane fluidity found in the catalog.
Physiological regulation of membrane fluidity
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|Statement||editors, Roland C. Aloia, Cyril C. Curtain, Larry M. Gordon.|
|Series||Advances in membrane fluidity -- v. 3.|
|Contributions||Aloia, Roland C., Curtain, Cyril C., Gordon, Larry M.|
|LC Classifications||QH601 .A39 v.3, QH601 .A39 v.3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 369 p. :|
|Number of Pages||369|
|LC Control Number||88000780|
Future research will need to account for the inherent complexities and diversity of membrane systems when working toward a quantitative understanding of membrane protein behavior in membranes. This is an important goal toward a thorough understanding of how the membrane and its protein constituents define the physiology of each living by: 6. This location for sensing seems reasonable given that membrane fluidity is highly sensitive to even nondenaturing physiological temperatures and can be adjusted by the cell, thereby explaining the importance of relative, rather than absolute, temperature for by:
Organisms in hot environments will not be able to passively dissipate metabolically generated heat. Instead, they have to revert to evaporative cooling, a process that is energetically expensive and promotes excessive water loss. To alleviate these costs, birds in captivity let their body temperature increase, thereby entering a state of by: The cell membrane (also known as the plasma membrane or cytoplasmic membrane, and historically referred to as the plasmalemma) is a biological membrane that separates the interior of all cells from the outside environment (the extracellular space) which protects the cell from its environment   consisting of a lipid bilayer with embedded proteins.. The cell membrane controls the Author: Jgbty.
This chapter discusses the recent insights into the mechanisms of membrane adaptation of Archaea and Bacteria to high temperatures, with an emphasis on the structure and function of the lipids that constitute the membrane of hyperthermophiles. The cytoplasmic membrane plays an essential role in many metabolic processes, energy transduction, and by: 5. The aim of this book is to bring together in one volume the current research and thought on the concept of membrane fluidity as a biological phenomenon. The invited articles are intended to review recent develop ments in the areas of membrane research covered and to summarize the current concepts and theories in those areas. The authors have been given ample opportunity to present their.
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Physiological regulation of membrane fluidity. New York: A.R. Liss, © (OCoLC) Online version: Physiological regulation of membrane fluidity. New York: A.R. Liss, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Roland C Aloia; Cyril C Curtain; Larry M Gordon.
The human cell membrane is the cornerstone of an elaborate interplay between the extracellular and the intracellular worlds. Understanding the physiology of the cell membrane provides the foundation for understanding many processes in the human body from how the heart beats to how neurons communicate, arrhythmia evolve and muscle pathology in many neurological diseases.
From inside the book. What people are parameter permeability phase separation phase transition phosphatidylcholine phosphatidylethanolamine phospholipid methylation physiological plasma membrane Proc properties rat liver red cell region regulation saturated Shinitzky specific sphingomyelin Physiology of Membrane Fluidity, Meir.
This book represents the proceedings of a Satellite Symposium of the XIth International Congress of Biochemistry on "Control of Membrane Fluidity" which was held on July 7, at the Charles H. Best Institute, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
The aim of this book is to bring together in one volume the current research and thought on the concept of membrane fluidity as a biological phenomenon. The invited articles are intended to review recent develop ments in the areas of membrane research covered and to summarize the current concepts and theories in those areas.
Physiology of Excitable Membranes contains plenary lecture and most of the papers presented at five symposia of the Section ""General Cell Physiology"" at the 28th International Congress of Physiological Sciences.
Organized into 44 chapters, this book begins with a discussion on the ionic mechanisms of excitability of nerve cells. László Vígh, Bruno Maresca, in Cell and Molecular Response to Stress, 1 Introduction. In this chapter the terms “ membrane fluidity ”, “membrane order” and “non-lamellar phases”, are defined as follows.
Membrane fluidity: A widely used but subjective term that describes the relative diffusional motion of molecules within membranes. Fluidity is used rather than viscosity. Regulatory role of membrane fluidity in gene expression and physiological functions for the perception of changes in membrane fluidity have not been fully characterized.
in the regulation. Cell membrane synthesis – Cholesterol helps to regulate membrane fluidity over the range of physiological temperatures. It has a hydroxyl group that interacts with the polar head groups of the. High-Precision TLC-Densitometry of Membrane Lipids.- The Pulmonary Surfactant: Control of Fluidity at the Air-Liquid Interface.- Fluidity of Membrane Lipids.- II Correlation of Membrane Fluidity with Physiological Activity.- Adaptive Regulation of Membrane Lipid.
The aim of this book is to bring together in one volume the current research and thought on the concept of membrane fluidity as a biological phenomenon. Correlation of Membrane Fluidity and Physiological Activity Fluidity of Membrane Lipids Membrane Lipid Adaptation in Yeast The 9 Regulation and Pathways of Membrane Lipid.
FIG. Model for the sterol-mediated proteolytic release of SREBPs from membranes. (Top) Release is initiated by Site-1 protease (S1P), a sterol-regulated protease that recognizes the SCAP/ SREBP complex and cleaves SREBP in the luminal loop between two membrane-spanning sequences.
SCAP allows Site-1 cleavage to be activated when cells are deprived of sterols, and it inhibits this process. A model for sensing and transduction of low-temperature signals has emerged from our results, which we discuss in the context of transcriptional regulation of membrane lipid fluidity homeostasis.
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Contents of the powerpoint on Plasma membrane – physiology structure and role in drug absorption include: Content Introduction Physiology of Plasma membrane.
Structure, composition, functions. Transport across cell membrane. Conclusion References Plasma membrane structure Definition: The Plasma membrane is a thin bi- layered structure which surrounds each cell, consists of.
Membrane Fluidity in Biology, Volume 4: Cellular Aspects provides a unique interpretation of membrane and cellular activity, as well as cellular aspects of membrane fluidity. This book discusses the influence of membrane fluidity on enzyme activity, function of the sarcoplasmic reticulum in skeletal muscle, role of cholesterol in membrane Book Edition: 1.
The cell membrane (also known as the plasma membrane (PM) or cytoplasmic membrane, and historically referred to as the plasmalemma) is a biological membrane that separates the interior of all cells from the outside environment (the extracellular space) which protects the cell from its environment.
The cell membrane consists of a lipid bilayer, including cholesterols (a lipid component) that. Adaptive regulation of membrane lipid biosynthesis in bacilli by environmental temperature, p. 77– In M. Kates and, A. Kuksis (ed.), Membrane Fluidity.
Biophysical Techniques and Cellular Regulation. The Humana Press, Clifton, by: 9. Physiological and Biochemical Adaptations: Organ Systems, Organs, and Tissues Regulation of Heat Production in a Torpor Cycle Entry into Hibernation and during Deep HibernationCited by: 1.
Author(s): Aloia,Roland C; Curtain,Cyril C; Gordon,Larry M Title(s): Physiological regulation of membrane fluidity/ editors, Roland C. Aloia, Cyril C. Curtain. Cyanobacteria: Signaling and Regulation Systems | Book cold stress • Feedback regulation of membrane fluidity by FA desaturation • Membrane fluidization under heat stress • Membrane fluidity under hyperosmotic stress • Membrane fluidity under hypoosmotic stress • Effects of the membrane fluidity on physiological processes.One function of cholesterol in mammalian cells is to regulate membrane fluidity.
Interestingly, Drosophila melanogaster, also a cholesterol auxotroph, regulates its membrane fluidity through an SREBP-mediated transcriptional program that produces phosphotidylethanolamine (Seegmiller et al., ).reported by V oet, to decrease membrane fluidity because of its rigid steroid ring system which interferes with the motions of the fatty acid side chains.
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