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Membrane Dynamics and Domains (Subcellular Biochemistry)

by Peter J. Quinn

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  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cellular biology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Biochemistry,
  • Oncology,
  • Science / Biochemistry,
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages516
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9899877M
    ISBN 100306484250
    ISBN 109780306484254

    Membrane budding is a key step in vesicular transport, multivesicular body biogenesis, and enveloped virus release. These events range from those that are primarily protein driven, such as the formation of coated vesicles, to those that are primarily lipid driven, such as microdomain-dependent biogenesis of multivesicular bodies. Other types of budding reside in the middle of . Book chapters authored or coauthored by members of the Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics (LFD) from to present. Access to most PDF documents is password protected due to copyright restrictions. Reprints can be requested from the authors.

    Imaging the complexity, plasticity, and dynamics of caveolae / Asier Echarri and Miguel A. Del Pozo; Membrane microdomains enriched in ceramides: from generation to function / Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies, Nora Müller, and Erich Gulbins; Domains of phosphoinositides in the plasma membrane / Geert van den Bogaart and Martin ter Beest. Samsonov, A. et al. Characterization of Cholesterol-Sphingomyelin Domains and Their Dynamics in Bilayer Membranes. Biophysical Jour – () Simon & Ikonen. How Cells Handle Cholesterol. Science. pg , () Azam et al. Membrane changes during hibernation. Nature. pg () Gatfield and Pieters.

    2 days ago  Given the heterogeneity in sizes and dynamics of domains in a cell membrane, it has been challenging to image these structures directly using optical microscopy since the sizes are below the resolution limit and the domains are putatively too short-lived to be imaged. The membrane bilayer model has evolved from a static, passive, homogeneous barrier to a highly dynamic, asymmetric, heterogeneous structure composed of distinct domains. Changes in membrane fluidity and composition of microdomains have been proven to be involved in the regulation of many important physiological signaling by:


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Quinn. The information that targets a polypeptide to the ER membrane is contained in a segment near the N-terminus called a signal sequence. These sequences are highly variable but include a hydrophobic segment of nine or more residues bracketed by basic residues at the N-terminus and a mixture of acidic and basic residues at the C-terminus.

Membrane proteins possess. The fluid-mosaic model of membrane structure formulated by Singer and Nicolson in the early s has proven to be a durable concept in terms of the principles governing the organization of the constituent lipids and proteins.

During the past 30 or so years a great deal of information has Book Title Membrane Dynamics and Domains Book. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations.

Contents: Membrane receptor mapping: the membrane topography of Fc & RI signaling / Janet M. Oliver [and others] --Rafts, little caves and large potholes: how lipid structure interacts with membrane proteins to create functionally diverse membrane environments /.

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Membrane dynamics and domains. [Peter J Quinn;] -- This volume assembles contemporary evidence of domain formation in membranes gathered by leading researchers in fields ranging from membrane biophysics to cell biology.

Questions relating to how. An arbitrary yet useful classification of concepts and areas related to membrane dynamics is the following: a) fluidity or microviscosity; b) structural heterogeneity: domains, asymmetry; c) mobility Membrane Dynamics and Domains book, rotational, transverse); d) receptor organization and function, and e) transmembranar fluxes and permeation.

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This chapter focuses on the nature and function of these two-dimensional membrane domains and highlights several examples of microbial exploitation of host cell membrane organization.

Cholesterol is an important component of most membranes of mammalian cells, and disruption of its homeostasis or distribution in intracellular membranes leads to debilitating disease in : Lynda M. Pierini, Frederick R. Maxfield. Membrane Dynamics. Chapter March In book: eLS.

Cite this publication. Lukas K Tamm. rafts here would be defined as membrane domains. These membrane lipid domains are proposed to play important roles in processes such as signal transduction and membrane traffic.

or dynamics. We. The lipid composition is consistent with formation of liquid-ordered phases. The present evidence favours a model in which the lateral segregation of membrane proteins takes place on the basis of their affinity for liquid-ordered lipid domains within the by: 8. Membrane Dynamics The Lively Membranes.

By R. Robertson New York: Cambridge University Press. $ In view of the paucity of good treatments of the topic, this short book on membranes will be welcomed by many.

The. Book: Biochemistry Online (Jakubowski) Check out the following dynamics simulation of a bilayer membrane, which gives a clue into the way in which solutes could cross a membrane bilayer.

We have previously seen that segregation of lipids into rafts (or domains) within a leaflet depends on the phospholipid content. Baumgart et al. have. Research projects. Biophysical and functional analysis of localization and molecular interactions of IL-9 receptor in human T cells; T cell function and homeostasis is regulated by a series of signals delivered by cytokines, a subset of which acts through receptor complexes sharing the common γ chain (γc).

Knowledge about details of these highly dynamic processes rapidly increased in recent years, the book therefore provides a timely summary on the processes of calcium signaling and related membrane dynamics; it is aimed at students and researchers in biochemistry and cell biology.

Membrane nanodomains in T-cell antigen receptor signalling / Konstantina Nika and Oreste Acuto ; Membrane-cytoskeleton interactions in cholesterol-dependent domain formation / Jennifer N. Byrum and William Rodgers ; Caveolin-1, galectin-3 and lipid raft domains in cancer cell signalling / Jay Shankar, Cecile Boscher and Ivan R.

Nabi. To address this deficit, we used a series of general and specific probes for lipids, proteins, and intracellular signals with high-speed, high-resolution confocal imaging to characterize the membrane dynamics elicited by plasma membrane damage of Xenopus oocytes, which have a robust and readily observable wound response (Bement et al.,   The band-3 protein consists of two domains: (1), the cytoplasmic domain of band-3 with a dimension of × × nm that contains the binding sites for the cytoskeletal proteins, and (2), the membrane domain, with a dimension of 6 × 11 × 8 nm, whose main function is to mediate anion transport.

We represent the membrane domain of band Cited by: They have the capability of being directed by differences in the head groups within different raft (dynamic domains > 40 nm in size) areas.

Asymmetry in the number of lipids per side (inner and outer leaflet) of a membrane may be caused by hydrogen-bond interactions and hydration between the head groups.

Hang Yu and Klaus Schulten. Membrane sculpting by F-BAR domains studied by molecular dynamics simulations. PLoS Computational Biology, 9:e, Fatemeh Khalili-Araghi, Emad Tajkhorshid, and Klaus Schulten.

Dynamics of K+ ion conduction through Kv Biophysical Journal, LL74, In recent years, this model has been evolving to integrate novel insights on the molecular structure and dynamics of membranes, as well as on their mechanical properties. The permanent dynamic and reversible remodeling of cellular membranes, including the temporary association of proteins and/or lipids, and the formation of specialized domains.*Edited by Michel Labouesse and Donald G.

Moerman Last revised OctoPublished Ap This chapter should be cited as: Sato, K., et al. C. elegans as a model for membrane traffic (Ap ), WormBook, ed.