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Published by s.n.] in [Toronto .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Calcium in the body,
  • Erythrocytes,
  • Ion-permeable membranes

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Robert Blaine Moore.
ContributionsToronto, Ont. University.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 307 leaves :
Number of Pages307
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20034991M

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In nerve, muscle, and secretory cells as well as in neutrophils and other blood cells, the calcium-dependent K transport is indicated to be an initiator of various regulatory phenomena. The chapter discusses the role of the red cell membrane as a general model for investigating membrane transport : G. Gárdos. Description. Biomolecular Structure and Function covers the proceedings of the Cellular Function and Molecular Structure: Biophysical Approaches to Biological Problems symposium. It summarizes the application of several biophysical techniques to molecular research in biology. This book starts by describing the use of deuterium-labeled lipids. About this book This publication presents the structure and function of biological membranes to improve the understanding of cells in both normal and pathogenic states. Recently, vast amounts of new information have been accumulated, especially about pathological conditions, and there is now much evidence correlating genotypes and phenotypes in normal and disease states. Erythrocyte membrane structure and function. Tanner MJ. The structure and function of the proteins of the human erythrocyte membrane are discussed. The major integral proteins comprise the anion transport protein (band 3), the glucose Cited by: 9.

Red Blood Cell Membranes: Structure: Function: Clinical Implications. This book is devoted to the red blood cell membrane, its structure and function, and abnormalities in disease states. It presents a well-documented and well-illustrated comprehensive picture of clinical manifestations of red blood cell disorders.4/5(1).   The erythrocyte membrane participates in both the functions. The former is achieved by a selective permeability. The erythrocyte membrane reduces the NO scavenging fold (J Biol Chem Nov 25;(47)) and protects tissue from oxidative injury. The latter is achieved by extreme deformability the erythrocyte membrane provides. (see book section: Concept Cellular membranes are fluid mosaics of lipids and proteins) Phospholipids form a single sheet in water. Phospholipids are completely unable to interact with water. Phospholipids form a structure in which the hydrophobic portion faces outward.   The primary function of red blood cells is to transport oxygen to body cells and deliver carbon dioxide to the lungs. A red blood cell has what is known as a biconcave shape. Both sides of the cell's surface curve inward like the interior of a : Regina Bailey.

  The book further tackles calcium control of the intestinal microvillus cytoskeleton; the possible role of calmodulin in the regulation of insulin release and protein phosphorylation by calcium and cyclic AMP; and the role of calcium in mediating cellular functions important for growth and development in higher Edition: 1. Functional Roles of Lipids in Membranes. The T anford book is a must read for anyone wish- Given the div ersity in both lipid structure and function, how can the role of. Normal HGB-Oxygen. -Normally hemoglobin becomes % saturated with oxygen in the lungs. =only releases 25% of this to the tissues during normal basal metabolism. -If the need for oxygen increases, hemoglobin responds by releasing 50%=This is one compensatory mechanism . Sprectrin and actin are the two main structural proteins that together form a submembranous cytoskeletal meshwork that is responsible for the viscoelastic properties of the erythrocyte membrane. Band 3, or the anion channel, is a major transmembranous protein involved in the transport of water and anions and is a carrier of the blood-group-I by: