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Selected abstracts on membrane glycoproteins in control and malignant cells

Selected abstracts on membrane glycoproteins in control and malignant cells

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Bethesda, Md, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cancer cells -- Abstracts.,
  • Glycoproteins -- Abstracts.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMembrane glycoproteins in control and malignant cells.
    StatementLeonard Warren, consulting reviewer.
    GenreAbstracts.
    SeriesOncology overview
    ContributionsWarren, Leonard, 1924-, International Cancer Research Data Bank.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 105 p. ;
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17551339M

    The ability of thioglycollate (TG)-elicited peritoneal macrophages, a population of recently recruited monocytes, to adhere to the basement membrane glycoproteins laminin and type IV collagen is not a constitutive function of these cells. Adherence can be induced, however, by . Transport Across Cell Membranes. The cell membrane is the outer living boundary of the cell. It helps give a cell mechanical strength and shape and regulates the passage of molecules into and out of the cell. Because of this second function it is largely responsible for maintaining cellular homeostasis.

    Melanoma, which is the most malignant skin cancer type, has got one of the fastest increasing incidence rates of all cancer types in the world. When belatedly diagnosed, melanoma is extremely invasive and metastatic. Although there are effective drugs used to treat melanoma, some cell lines have proven resistant to chemotherapy. In this context, several research groups on natural products have Author: Raimundo Gonçalves de Oliveira Júnior, Christiane Adrielly AlvesFerraz, Mariana Gama e Silva, Érica.   Plasma has been the focus of testing different proteomic technologies for the identification of biomarkers due to its ready accessibility. However, it is not clear if direct proteomic analysis of plasma can be used to discover new marker proteins from tumors that are associated with tumor progression. In this paper, we reported that such proteins can be detected in plasma in a chemical-induced Cited by:

    membrane of non-malignant epithelial cells, is strikingly decreased in colon cancer cells. 67 Accordingly, a decrease in the transporter, rather than a decrease in the 6-sulfo-Author: Akira Kobata.   integral-deep into the lipid bilayer of plasma membrane, often extends from one surface to the other. consist of regions made up of amino acids with either hydrophobic or hydrophilic R groups. the hydrophobic regions are located within hydrophobic part of the membrane, the hydrophilic part is located at the inner or outer surface of the membrane or line the channels through the membrane.


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Get this from a library. Selected abstracts on membrane glycoproteins in control and malignant cells. [Leonard Warren; International Cancer Research Data Bank.; Cancer Information Dissemination and Analysis Center for Virology, Immunology, and Biology.;]. Author(s): Warren,Leonard,; International Cancer Research Data Bank.; Cancer Information Dissemination and Analysis Center for Virology, Immunology, and Biology.

Title(s): Selected abstracts on membrane glycoproteins in control and malignant cells/ Leonard Warren, consulting reviewer. Clin. Biochem. 13 (5) (} The Membrane Glycoproteins of the Malignant Cell LEONARD WARREN AND CLAYTON A.

BUCK The Wistar Institute, 36th and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. Experiments are described and reviewed demonstrating that the bound carbohydrates of glycoproteins of many forms of malignant cells differ from their normal by: Media related to Membrane glycoproteins at Wikimedia Commons; Membrane+glycoproteins at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) This membrane protein–related article is a stub.

You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Purchase Membrane Glycoproteins - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1.

When located in the cell membrane, glycoproteins help to identify, adhere to and communicate with the cell, among other functions. In this lesson, we'll discuss how glycoprotein completes these. Büchsel R, Reutter W. Plasma membrane changes of liver and Morris hepatoma induced by retinol in rats.

Cancer Res. Jun; 42 (6)– Yogeeswaran G. Cell surface glycolipids and glycoproteins in malignant transformation. Adv Cancer Res.

Cited by: 4. N-linked Glycoproteins can be phosphorylated at one or more mannosyl residues in the Golgi. Mannose - 6 - P receptors in Golgi bind MP residues of targeted enzymes. N-linked glycoprots for lysosome usually are hydrolytic enzymes.

fluid mosaic model- a model that best describes the structure of the cells blank blank. the membrane is a fluid blank bilayer in which proteins are either partially or fully embedded. blank and blank can move sideways in the membrane.

Membrane glycoproteins are typically purified from –1 × 10 8 cells. Adherent cells are washed twice with 10 ml of phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) and harvested by scraping into 10 ml of PBS followed by centrifugation at × g for 2 min. Suspension cells are harvested by centrifugation at × g for 2 min and washed twice by.

Considerable evidence now supports an active role for vascular endothelial cells in the initiation and control of various physiological and pathophysiological processes including hemostasis, thrombosis, inflammation and immunological processes.

Several events associated with these processes occur at the endothelial cell plasma membrane : J. van Mourik, J. Giltay, O. Leeksma, J.

Zandbergen-Spaargaren. The glycoproteins are released via exocytosis; they will bind to neighboring cells to communicate the presence of the first cell. A glycoprotein will catalyze the formation of hormones, which are.

Mast cells (MC) and basophils are morphologically similar, heavily granulated cells of bone marrow origin, basophils being a circulating cell type and MC a numerically minor component of many tissues.

Both cells are characterized by their granular content of bioactive amines, enzymes, and other mediators (reviewed in Schwartz and Austen, ).Cited by: 1. This study addresses the promise of FMG-expressing allogeneic tumor cells, which are most practical for clinical use, as a novel platform for ex vivo and in situ vaccination.

Experimental Design: Murine B16 melanoma - derived cell lines expressing autologous or allogeneic MHC class I, expressing fusogenic or nonfusogenic VSV-G, were used to Cited by: Viral fusogenic membrane glycoproteins kill solid tumor cells by nonapoptotic mechanisms that promote cross presentation of tumor antigens by dendritic cells Andrew R.

Bateman, Kevin J. Harrington, Tim Kottke, Atique Ahmed, Alan A. Melcher, Michael J. Gough, Emmanouela Linardakis, David Riddle, Allan Dietz, Christine M. Lohse, Scott Strome Cited by: Glycoproteins can also serve as antigens, which are used in allowing cells to recognize each other.

Cholesterol [ edit ] Cholesterol helps to regulate fluidity of the membrane and also to provide mechanical stability of the membranes - without it cells will burst open as their membranes break. I haven't read this being stated explicitly, however whenever I read about proteins and glycoproteins this seems to be implied.

For example, in this Wikipedia article. Lipid and proteins on the cell membrane surface often have short carbohydrate chains protruding out from the cell surface, known as glycolipids and glycoproteins.

Matricellular glycoproteins. M atricellular glycoproteins. Around the nineties of the XX century, it was observed that some glycoproteins of the extracellular matrix do not increase but decrease the adhesion strength of cells. Furthermore, knockout of these proteins.

Glycoproteins adhere to cells walls and are involved with nearly every process of the cells. They protect cells and help them recognize and communicate with each other, such as in the immune system.

Glycoproteins have sugar molecules called oligsa. Identification and characterization of high molecular-mass mucin-like glycoproteins in the plasma membrane of airway epithelial cells.

Emmanuel Paul, Dong Ik Lee, We conclude that the plasma membrane of HTSE cells at confluence contains HMGP, which seem to be the integral membrane proteins but different from Muc-1 mucins, and that these Cited by:.

By immunoelectron microscopy, co-localization with the lysosomal glycoproteins lamp-1 and -2 identified CD63 as a novel lysosomal membrane glycoprotein.

CD63 was not related to the lysosomal glycoprotein family but contained the putative lysosomal targeting signal Gly .The target cells were a line of low-malignant cells resulting from spontaneous transformation of HE cells in vitro (STHE strain), and malignant variants selected from them in vivo (STHE-LM-4, STHE.The majority of the exposed plasma membrane proteins are glycoproteins (10, 11, 36).

There is increasing evidence that these glycoproteins are of major importance in the maturation and regula- tion of the functions displayed by the lymphoid cells, since (a) carbohydrate-binding proteins.