6 edition of Transmembrane signalling, intracellular messengers, and implications for drug development found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by S.R. Nahorski.|
|Series||Biological Council symposia on drug action|
|Contributions||Nahorski, S. R.|
|LC Classifications||QP517.C45 T73 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||89024919|
Cell-Surface Receptors. Cell-surface receptors, also known as transmembrane receptors, are cell surface, membrane-anchored (integral) proteins that bind to external ligand type of receptor spans the plasma membrane and performs signal transduction, through which an extracellular signal is converted into an intracellular signal. Title:The Role of Phospholipase D Enzyme(s) in Modulating Cell Signaling: Implications for Cancer Drug Development VOLUME: 10 ISSUE: 2 Author(s):Shaoyu Chang, Bela Torok and Kimberly A. Stieglitz Affiliation:STEM Biotechnology Division, Roxbury Community College, Roxbury, MA , USA. Keywords:Cancer, drugs, phospholipases, phosphatidic acid, signaling, tumorigenesis and Author: Shaoyu Chang, Bela Torok, Kimberly A. Stieglitz.
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A collection of research reports focusing on G-proteins, their subtypes, their functions in intercelluar signalling and their relationship with cellular receptors with emphasis on the implications Read.
Transmembrane Signalling, Intracellular Messengers and Implications for Drug Development. (PMCID:PMC) Full Text Transmembrane Signalling, Intracellular Messengers and Implications for Drug Development. butterworth kings college, london transmembrane signalling: intracellular messengers and implications for drug development s.
nahorski (ed.). John Wiley & Sons, xvi pages, f (). CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION BY MICROSPECTROFLUOROMETRY It is now well established that heterotrimeric G proteins are essential for the coupling of the agonist-receptor.
Transmembrane Signalling, Intracellular Messengers and Implications for Drug Development By Suresh Karne Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: Suresh Karne. Transmembrane signaling processes involve the recognition and binding of an extracellular signal by an integral membrane receptor protein and the generation of intracellular signals by one or more effector proteins.
Receptor and effector functions can be intramolecularly coupled by functional domains of the transmembrane protein or can be located. The plasma membrane of mammalian cells provides a protective barrier and many extracellular agonists are unable to enter the cell.
Instead, they recognize and activate specific receptors at the cell surface that in turn stimulate activity of proteins (e.g., lipid-hydrolyzing enzymes) present inside the cell and in this way transmit the signal across the membrane, i.e., from extracellular to.
Nahorski S. (ed.) () Transmembrane Signalling, Intracellular Messengers and Implications for Drug Dwelopment (Wiley, Chichester, UK), pp. 1– Google Scholar Nahorski S.
and Potter B. () Molecular recognition of inositol polyphosphates by intracellular Cited by: 1. Importantly, this book illustrates how the molecular control of the MIRR-triggered transmembrane signaling becomes an important target of medical intervention, thus bridging biophysics, biochemistry, structural biology, basic and clinical immunology, virology and pharmacology.
General principles of transmembrane signaling - Immunobiology - NCBI Bookshelf. The challenge that faces all cells that respond to external stimuli is how the recognition of a stimulus, usually by receptors on the outer surface of the cell, is able to effect changes within the cell.
Extracellular signals are transmitted across the plasma membrane by receptor proteins, which are instrumental in converting extracellular ligand binding into an intracellular biochemical Author: Charles A Janeway, Paul Travers, Mark Walport, Mark J Shlomchik.
Potter, BVLSynthesis and biology of second messenger analogues. in SR Nahorski (ed.), Transmembrane Signalling, Intracellular Messengers and Implications for Drug Development. Biological Council Symposia on Drug Action, Wiley, London, U. K, pp. Cited by: 4. Transmembrane signalling, intracellular messengers and implications for drug development Edited by Stefan R.
Nahorski; John Wiley, Chichester, ; xvi + pages; £Author: B.D. Gomperts. Nahorski SR (ed) () Transmembrane signalling, intracellular messengers and implications for drug development. Wiley, New York Google Scholar Nakamura S, Nishizuka Y () Lipid mediators and protein kinase C activation for the intracellular signaling network.
2 1 Basics of Cell Signaling Fig. Inter- and intracellular signaling. The major way of intercellular communication uses messenger substances (hormones) that are secreted by signal-producing cells and are registered by target cells.
All cells produce and receive multiple, diverse signals. The extracellular signals are trans-duced into. Synthesis and biology of second messenger analogues. In Transmembrane signalling, intracellular messengers and implications for drug development, pp.
–39, ed. Nahorski, S. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. Publishing as a Contributor to the Noise: Signal Ratio. Transmembrane Signalling, Intracellular Messengers and Implications for Drug Development (). Edited by S. Nahorski. The intracellular tails of transmembrane mucins can be phosphorylated and connect to signaling pathways that regulate inflammation, cell-cell interactions, differentiation, and apoptosis.
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They have been studied in bacterial membranes where receptor-transducer mechanisms play important roles. Membranes respond to a great variety of primary messengers in the extracellular : C.U.M.
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In this study the effect of different times of exposure to ethanol (1–7 days, mM) on bradykinin and GTP(S)-stimulated activation of phospholipase C in NG cells and on the binding of [3 H]bradykinin to its receptors was l attenuated both agonist and GTP-analogue-induced hydrolysis of phosphoinositides for a period of up to 4 days of treatment, while exerting no Cited by: Central to the communication between cells is the process of signal transduction.
Signal transduction is the mechanism by which cell surface receptors receive information from extracellular signals such as hormones and neurotransmitters, and amplify this information through the actions of second : Karen Lounsbury.drug targets.
Recent investigation of GPCR signaling has revealed interesting novel features of their signal transduction pathways which may be of great relevance to drug application and the development of novel drugs. Firstly, a single class of GPCRs such as the bradykinin type 2 receptor (B2R) may couple to different classes of G.