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May 1, 1983 by Springer .
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Cell-penetrating peptides (CPPs) have been used for the intracellular delivery of bio-active cargo, such as drugs, genes, and proteins. Similarly, CPPs have been successfully used against bacteria, viruses, and yeasts over the past few decades. To broaden the possible applications of CPPs, controlling the balance between their cell-penetrating efficiency and their cytotoxicity to Cited by: 2. Full text of "Groundwater control in tunneling" See other formats.
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Get this from a library. Cell Membranes: Methods and Reviews. [Elliot Elson; William Frazier; Luis Glaser] -- We are extremely pleased that all of the chapters in this volume provide up-to-date information on a variety of topics of interest to scientists working on membrane biology.
As in the past, we have. Cell Membranes: Methods and Reviews Volume 3 Jean-Loup Duband, Thierry Darribère, Jean-Claude Boucaut (auth.), Elliot Elson, William Frazier, Luis Cell Membranes:Methods and Reviews book (eds.) This volume assembles reviews on topics in two major related areas.
Cell Membranes Methods and Reviews. Editors (view affiliations) we have attempted to expedite the transition from submission of the manuscripts to publication in order to make the Cell Membranes:Methods and Reviews book as timely as possible.
Cell biology and molecular biology are increasingly be coming concerned with the study of structural elements in cells and their. As described in this volume, these interactions are responsible for controlling cell functions ranging from embryogenesis and neural development to blood clotting.
More over, important properties of the extracellular matrix can be modulated by the interdependent actions of tumor cells and fibroblasts. Book review. Developmental biology. Drew M. Noden; PDF Cell membranes. Methods and reviews.
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Proteomics: From Protein Sequence to Function comprehensively reviews the exciting and emerging field of proteomics, the study of the protein products of the human genome.
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Cell adhesion is crucial for immune response, tissue formation, and cell locomotion. The adhesion process is mediated by the specific binding of membrane-anchored receptor and ligand proteins.
AbstractA better elucidation of molecular mechanisms underlying drug-membrane interaction is of great importance for drug research and development. To date, different biochemical and biophysical methods have been developed to study biological membranes at molecular level.
This review focuses on the recent applications and achievements of modern Cited by: 3. MicroRNAmediated regulation of the ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme UBC24/PHOSPHATE2 (PHO2) is crucial for Pi acquisition and translocation in plants.
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Introduction Major histocompatibility (MHC) molecules enable T lymphocytes to recognize epitopes of antigens and discriminate self from non-self. There are two classes of MHC molecules: MHC-I and MHC-II. MHC-I presents epitopes to CD8 (T8) lymphocytes while MHC-II presents epitopes to CD4 (T4) lymphocytes.
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Situated in the cell membrane, they allow ions to pass from one side of the membrane to the other. This book provides an overview of ion channel study, including up-to-date coverage of the permeability and selectivity of channels, their gating and modulation, their response to drugs and toxins, and the human diseases that result from channel.
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Total internal reflection with fluorescence correlation spectroscopy: combined surface reaction and solution diffusion.
Biophys. ; – [PMC free article] Starr TE, Thompson NL. Local diffusion and concentration of IgG near planar membranes: measurement by total internal reflection with fluorescence correlation spectroscopy.
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Techniques that require less biomass and are based on use of membrane filters or a high-speed microcentrifuge are described. Changes in growth medium, growth temperature and pH can also be expected to alter permeability, Cited by: 4. AbstractSuperhydrophobic membrane that is download pdf resistant to wetting by aqueous solution has gained great attention because of its potential to be applied in many emerging membrane processes such as membrane gas absorption (MGA) and membrane distillation (MD).
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