Subdivisions of Nervous System. Functions of the Nervous System. Sensory input – gathering information To monitor changes occurring inside and outside the body Changes = stimuli Integration To process and interpret sensory input and decide if action is needed Effect or ActionBy nerys
Membrane Transport and Membrane Potentials. Dr. Michael P. Gillespie. Action Potential. Have the ability to produce action potentials or impulses (electrical excitability) in response to a stimulus.By selah
THE RED CELL MEMBRANE. BLOOD BANKING Prepared by: JOSEPHINE C. MILAN, RMT, MSMT DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF TABUK. OBJECTIVE and FOCUS.By tyne
Membrane structure and function. Membranes are made of fat (lipids). Phospholipids. Hydrophilic head. Hydrophobic tails. WATER. Hydrophilic head. Hydrophobic tail. WATER. Bilayer. Bilayer. Biological membranes are fluid mosaics of lipids and proteins. Hydrophilic regionBy salome
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ZR-75-1+OHT. MCF7 + OHT. ZR-75-1+OHT. MCF7 +OHT. ZR-75-1. ZR-75-1. MCF7. MCF7. cyto. nuc. cyto. nuc. ER α. Tubulin. ZR-75-1+ICI. ZR-75-1+ICI. MCF7 + ICI. MCF7 + ICI. ZR-75-1. ZR-75-1. MCF7. MCF7. cytoplasmic. nuclear. ER α. Tubulin. ZR-75-1+E2. ZR-75-1+E2. MCF7 + E2.
Cytoplasmic Microtubules. Vale and Milligan Science 288:88-95 7 April 2000 Fig. 1. Kinesin and Myosin-V Heteromotor Complex. Cilia and Flagella.
Cytoplasmic Organelles. September 19 th , 2012. What are Cytoplasmic Organelles?. Membrane-bound organelles within the cytoplasm of a cell Organelles include: -Nucleus -Vacuole -Vesicles -Endoplasmic reticulum -Golgi Complex -Lysosomes -Mitochondria -Chloroplasts. What is a Vacuole?.
Cytoplasmic Division Mechanisms. Cytoplasmic division is not a part of mitosis Differs in plant and animal cells. How Do Animal Cells Divide?. Cytoplasmic division in animals: ____________
FOXO3a (Cytoplasmic staining): VEGF. FOXO3a (Cytoplasmic staining): FOXM1. Karadedou Fig. S4.
Structural Analysis of Cytoplasmic Dynein. Marcus A. Chiodo Dr. Elisar Barbar Biochemistry and Biophysics Department. Importance. Dynein transports cargo throughout the cell Assists organization of cellular components Plays a major function in cellular division Segregation of chromosomes.
Cytoplasmic regulation lifetime localization initiation. Post-transcriptional regulation 1) mRNA processing 2) export from nucleus 3) mRNA degradation 4) mRNA localization 5) initiation of translation varies >10x. Initiation in Eukaryotes eIF4E binds mRNA cap
Cytoplasmic regulation lifetime localization initiation. Post-transcriptional regulation mRNA degradation lifespan varies 100x Sometimes due to AU-rich 3' UTR sequences Defective mRNA may be targeted by NMD, NSD, NGD Other RNA are targeted by small interfering RNA.
Anti-Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibodies (ANCA). Ted Brown CP Case Conference February 24, 2012. ANCA. Antibodies against neutrophil cytoplasmic antigens Most common targeted antigens are myeloperoxidase (MPO) and proteinase 3 (PR3) Prevalent among adults in 50s and 60s, M=F.