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Dynamics of membrane proteins and cellular energetics

Dynamics of membrane proteins and cellular energetics

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Membrane proteins -- Research -- Methodology -- Congresses.,
  • Energy metabolism -- Congresses.,
  • Cell membranes -- Research -- Methodology -- Congresses.,
  • Biological Transport -- congresses.,
  • Membrane Proteins -- analysis -- congresses.,
  • Models, Biological -- congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Norbert Latruffe ... [et al.].
    SeriesManuals for the bench
    ContributionsLatruffe, Norbert., Federation of European Biochemical Societies., Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP552.M44 D96 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 278 p. :
    Number of Pages278
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2047669M
    ISBN 100387500472
    LC Control Number88024903

    J. Ellenberg and J. Lippincott-Schwartz, Dynamics and mobility of nuclear envelope proteins in interphase and mitotic cells revealed by green fluorescent protein chimeras, Methods, , /m — CrossRef CAS PubMed.   3 Cell Functions and Energy Requirements; 4 Cell Membrane Structure; 5 Cell Cytoplasm Functions. Glycolysis; Polypeptide Synthesis; 6 Cell Membrane Dynamics. Diffusion and Active Transfer; Cell Membrane Receptors and Ligands; Channels, Pumps & Gates. Symports & Antiports; Na+/K+ pump; Membrane Potential; 6.

    Start studying Chapter 5: Membrane Dynamics. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Red blood cells use some of their energy doing just that. Most cells spend the majority of their energy to maintain an imbalance of sodium and potassium ions between the interior and exterior of the cell. The most direct forms of membrane transport are passive. Passive transport is a naturally occurring phenomenon and does not require the cell.

      Lipid droplets are storage organelles at the centre of lipid and energy homeostasis. They have a unique architecture consisting of a hydrophobic core of neutral lipids, which is enclosed by a.   The proteins that gather light for plant photosynthesis are embedded within cell membranes in a site called the thylakoid membrane (or the "photosynthetic membrane"). These proteins form the light harvesting antenna that feeds with energy a number of vital photosynthetic processes such as water oxidation and oxygen evolution, the pumping of protons across the thylakoid .


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Introduction This manual on "Dynamics of Membrane Proteins and Cellular Energetics" is the result of a FEBS-CNRS Course held in Grenoble and Besanc;{on in September ' It appears to be, after the first, published in the fifth of the series.

This manual on "Dynamics of Membrane Proteins and Cellular Energetics" is the result of a FEBS-CNRS Course held in Grenoble and Besanc;{on in September ' It appears to be, after the first, published in the fifth of the series.

After focussing on the "Biochemistry of Membranes" () it. Dynamics of membrane proteins and cellular energetics. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Norbert Latruffe; Federation of European Biochemical Societies.; Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France).

Membrane proteins play key roles in numerous cellular processes, in particular mediating cell-to-cell communication and signaling events that lead to a multitude of biological effects.

Membrane proteins have also been implicated in many critical diseases such as. Molecular Modelling, Dynamics, and Docking of Membrane Proteins: Still a Challenge: /ch Computational tools and techniques are now most popular and promising to progress the research at rapid Dynamics of membrane proteins and cellular energetics book.

Molecular modelling studies contribute theirAuthor: Nanda Kumar Yellapu. The implication of such dynamic information on membrane function in health and disease is a topic of contemporary interest. The chapters cover various aspects of membrane lipid and protein dynamics, explored using a battery of experimental and theoretical approaches.

Native cell-membrane-derived supported lipid bilayers (SLBs) are an emerging platform with broad applications ranging from fundamental research to next-generation biosensors. Central to the success of the platform is the proper accommodation of membrane proteins so that their dynamics and functions are preserved.

Polymer cushions have been commonly employed to avoid direct contact between the. In general, our view of the structure and dynamics of cell membranes has broadened, sinceto include the increasing number of proteins that, being only transiently part of the membrane, must be considered as membrane proteins because of their function and their mechanism of action.

Lipid phases, and their significance. MemProtMD, automatically assembles coarse-grained bilayers around newly released membrane proteins, performs molecular dynamics simulations, transforms the systems to atomistic resolution, and analyses the simulations to identify protein induced membrane deformation and rules for residue distribution.

The results of MemProtMD are freely available and. INTRODUCTION. The composition and organization of the plasma membrane are both highly complex and ever-changing.

The modes by which proteins move in the plane of the membrane provide insights into the molecular interactions between these proteins and neighboring membrane proteins, membrane lipids, the underlying cytoskeleton, and counter-receptors on cells or other structures in.

Meeting the need for a book on developing and using new methods to investigate membrane proteins, this is the first of its kind to present the full range of novel techniques in one resource. Top researchers from around the world focus on the physical principles exploited in the different techniques, and provide examples of how these can bring.

This book is organized into six chapters and begins with an introduction to the structure and dynamics of cell membranes, followed by a discussion on how the membrane acts. Membrane proteins: While lipids contribute primarily to the structural characteristics of cell membranes, an equally diverse set of proteins that localize to the membranes, including receptors, transporters, cell adhesion molecules, enzymes, and energy transducing proteins are involved in diverse biological functions associated with membranes.

Structural dynamics of proteins, particularly those at cell membranes, underlie many cell-signaling events (Henzler-Wildman and Kern, ). Structural rearrangements in membrane proteins can occur in response to binding of extracellular or intracellular ligands, covalent modification (e.g.

phosphorylation), changes in membrane voltage, and mechanical forces in the membrane. Introduces participants to the VMD MultiSeq Tool, which links protein structures to protein sequences and allows users to compare proteins in terms of structure and sequence.

The aquaporin family of membrane proteins, found in a wide range of species including humans, are used for a case study of the applications of the MultiSeq tool.

Keywords:Ligand binding, rational drug design, lead optimization, molecular docking, scoring function, free energy computation, free energy perturbation, MM/PBSA, molecular simulation, membrane protein. Abstract: The binding of various molecules to integral membrane proteins with optimal affinity and specificity is central to normal function of.

Ch 5: Membrane Dynamics Cell membrane structures and functions –Membranes form fluid body compartments –Membranes as barriers and gatekeepers –How products move across membranes •i.e., methods of transport –Distribution of water and solutes in cells & the body –Chemical and electrical imbalances –Membrane permeability and changes.

A sorting nexin PpAtg24 regulates vacuolar membrane dynamics during pexophagy via binding to phosphatidylinositolphosphate. Mol. Biol. C Link, Google Scholar; Bevis B. J., Hammond A. T., Reinke C. A., Glick B. De novo formation of transitional ER sites and Golgi structures in Pichia pastoris.

Nat. Cell Biol 4, 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 humans. Abstract: Previous studies have shown that cellular function depends on rod-like membrane proteins, among them Bin/Amphiphysin/Rvs (BAR) proteins may curve the membrane leading to physiologically important membrane invaginations and membrane protrusions.

The membrane shaping induced by BAR proteins has a major role in various biological. Cell membranes must separate the outside of a cell from the inside, but they must also allow passage of molecules and even ions across the membrane. What is the evidence that membranes are dynamic? First, lipids can diffuse laterally in the membrane.

This can be shown as follows.Membrane transporters use various source of cellular energy, e.g., ATP binding and hydrolysis in primary active transporters, and pre-established electrochemical gradient of molecular species other than their substrate in the case of secondary active trans- porters.Membrane proteins are common proteins that are part of, or interact with, biological ne proteins fall into several broad categories depending on their location.

Integral membrane proteins are a permanent part of a cell membrane and can either penetrate the membrane (transmembrane) or associate with one or the other side of a membrane (integral monotopic).