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Physical chemical aspects of cell surface events in cellular regulation

Physical chemical aspects of cell surface events in cellular regulation

Proceedings of an International Conference on Physical Chemical Aspects of Cell ... 19-21, 1978 (Developments in cell biology)

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Published by Elsevier North-Holland .
Written in English


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Number of Pages393
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Open LibraryOL7529348M
ISBN 100444003118
ISBN 109780444003119

A Summary of Cell Communication Receptors are protein molecules inside the target cell or on its surface that receive a chemical signal. Chemical signals are released by signaling cells in the form of small, usually volatile or soluble molecules called ligands. A ligand is a molecule that binds another specific molecule, in some cases, delivering a signal in the process.   Cell surface engineering by selective chemical reactions or by the introduction of exogenous targeting ligands can be a powerful tool for engineering novel interactions and controlling cell function. In addition to chemical conjugation and modification of functional groups, ligands of interest to modify the surface of cells include recombinant.

This book is a “Great Books in Experimental Biology” series reprint of his title, “The Biology of the Cell Surface.” It has been called a theoretical masterpiece, bringing together Just’s life's work in the fundamental field of cellular physiology. Intercellular surface tension extends and adapts the concept of tissue surface tension at the cellular level to explain cell shape and the geometry of contacting cells, such as in an epithelium.

•The cell cycle appears to be driven by specific chemical signals in the cytoplasm. •Fusion of an S phase and a G 1 phase cell, induces the G 1 nucleus to start S phase. •Fusion of a cell in mitosis with one in interphase induces the second cell to enter mitosis. 1. A molecular control system drives the cell cycle. Browse Sigma-Aldrich's Cell Surface Molecules to find products in β2-Microgobulin, CD/Fc Chimera, CD


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Get this from a library. Physical chemical aspects of cell surface events in cellular regulation: proceedings of an International Conference on Physical Chemical Aspects of Cell Surface Events in Cellular Regulation, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, USA, on October 19. Included in cellular regulation is cellular division and reproduction, which is strictly controlled for normal cells.

The scope of this concept analysis will focus on the cellular growth and reproduction aspect of cellular regulation, ranging from optimal cellular growth and reproduction to errors in replication and growth resulting in neoplasia.

Title(s): Physical chemical aspects of cell surface events in cellular regulation: proceedings of an International Conference on Physical Chemical Aspects of Cell Surface Events in Cellular Regulation, NIH, Bethesda, Physical chemical aspects of cell surface events in cellular regulation book, USA on October ,/ editors, Charles DeLisi and Robert Blumenthal.

Aspects of Cell Regulation deals with the various aspects of cellular control mechanisms. The book begins with a discussion of the role of hormones in the control of cell differentiation and biochemical control over the life of an organism.

Cellular regulation definition Refers to all functions carried out within the cells to maintain homeostasis, including their responses to Extracellular signals, and the. Get a full overview of Molecular Aspects of Cellular Regulation Book Series.

Most recent Volume: The Hormonal Control of Gene Transcription Series: Molecular Aspects of Cellular Regulation. Most recent volume. Molecular Aspects of Cellular Regulation is a series of occasional books on multidisciplinary topics which illustrate general. The plasma membrane controls the passage of organic molecules, ions, water, and oxygen into and out of the cell.

Wastes (such as carbon dioxide and ammonia) also leave the cell by passing through the plasma membrane. We will cover the plasma membrane in more detail in a later unit but here is an overview of this cell surface structure.

This informative publication brings together knowledge of various aspects of cellular regulation. Current Topics in Cellular Regulation reviews the progress being made in those specialized areas of study that have undergone substantial development.

It also publishes provocative new theories and concepts and serves as a forum for the discussion of general principles. The beautifully orchestrated regulation of cell shape and volume are central themes in cell biology and physiology.

Though it is less well recognized, cell surface area regulation also constitutes a distinct task for cells. Maintaining an appropriate surface area is no automatic side effect of volume regulation or shape change.

The issue of surface area regulation (SAR) would be moot if all. Here, we review recent efforts to perform changes to cell surface composition. We focus on the engineering of the cell surface with biological, chemical or physical methods to modulate cell functions and control cell-cell and cell-microenvironment interactions.

Potential applications of cell surface engineering are also stated. An adult animal consists of cells of vastly different size and activity, but the regulation of cell size remains poorly understood.

Recent studies uncovering some of the signaling pathways important for size/growth control, together with the identification of diseases resulting from aberrations in these pathways, have renewed interest in this field.

The Cell Surface is a highly multidisciplinary journal focused on cell surface and cell walls in all organisms that have macromolecular architecture beyond the plasma membrane.

Bacteria ; Plants ; Algae ; Oomycetes ; Protozoa ; Fungi; The Cell Surface aims to bring together different communities to advance the knowledge of the cell surface, and specifically explores the interfaces between.

Access free content from Cell Press journals on COVID and related epidemics, and learn about our policies for submitting COVID research. Introducing Cell. in physical aspects of morphogenesis. The major paradigms for genetic regulation of morphogenesis are centered on three cellular properties, cell adhesion, cell shape change and cell motility.

The first arose from the concept of selective affinity pioneered by Holtfreter’s work on amphibian embryos (Townes and HoltfreterHoltfreter ). The cell membrane is a physical and chemical barrier which separates the inside of the cell from the outside environment.

It is a soft, flexible liquid bilayer of lipid with embedded proteins (a "fluid mosaic"), 5 nm thick, which contains proteins, lipids, polysaccharides, water and adsorbed ions.

Jeffrey A. Hubbell, in Principles of Tissue Engineering (Fourth Edition), Abstract. The extracellular matrix is a complex chemically and physically crosslinked network of proteins and glycosaminoglycans. This matrix serves to organize cells in space, to provide them with environmental signals to direct site-specific cellular regulation and to separate one tissue space from another.

models in this book are based on current biological hypotheses on what the central molecular mechanisms of the cellular processes are. One of us was trained as a physical-theoretical chemist, and the other as a pure mathematician.

Individually, each has undergone many years of re-education and re-focusing of his research towards biology. A receptor is a molecule that receives signals (chemical or hormonal) from outside the cell and is usually located on the cell surface. Receptors are proteins that undergo a conformational change upon attachment of their corresponding signaling molecule, which in turn induces a chain reaction (also known as signal transduction) within the cell leading to various cellular responses, including.

BIO D. Molecular Biology of the Cell. Interactive discussion of current literature on molecular biology of the cell. The course is designed to discuss concepts and their applications and methodology associated with the structure and function of the cell at cellular and molecular level.

1 Credit Hour. 1 Lecture Contact Hour. 0 Lab Contact Hours. Cell surface engineering is an emerging field concerning cell surface modifications to enhance its functionalities. The book introduces the reader to the area of surface-functionalized cells and summarizes recent developments in the area including fabrication, characterization, applications and covered include recent approaches for the functionalization of cells with.

Cell - Cell - Cellular response: The binding of chemical signals to their corresponding receptors induces events within the cell that ultimately change its behaviour.

The nature of these intracellular events differs according to the type of receptor. Also, the same chemical signal can trigger different responses in different types of cell. Cell surface receptors work in several ways when they.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cell surface.

Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Cell surface. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC.The term cell growth is used in the contexts of biological cell development and cell division (reproduction).

When used in the context of cell development, the term refers to increase in cytoplasmic and organelle volume (), as well as increase in genetic material following the replication during S phase. This is not to be confused with growth in the context of cell division, referred to as.