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Modeling the Cell Biology of Prions

Cell models were developed later in parallel with the discovery of familial prion disease causing the metabolic modification of the prion protein and, in parallel, the normal synthesis and processing of the cellular prion protein.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-20565-1_14


Lipid Raft Facilitated Receptor Organization and Signaling: A Functional Rheostat in Embryonic Development, Stem Cell Biology and Cancer

Multiple signaling nexuses in eukaryotic cells are activated by the plasma membrane's dynamics. lipid rafts are unique among other membrane subdomains in terms of functionality. Specifically, how rafts dynamically harbor signaling proteins, including GPCRs, catalytic receptors, and ionotropic receptors within it are analyzed and orchestrate multiple signaling pathways is discussed herein. Signaling is provided for patterning of the entire organism, but they differ from fully developed organisms' somatic cell physiology and signaling. The roles of plasma membrane lipid rafts in lineage specificity, early embryonic formation, and stem cell maintenance are among the new roles. We have highlighted and explored the roles of lipid rafts in embryonic cell culture, cell signaling, and gene expression during embryonic development; from pre-implantation to post-implantation, stem cell, and cancer biology.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12015-022-10448-3


Introduction: Impact of Nanotechnology on Plant Cell Biology

This book discusses nanotechnology Nanotechnology's latest advancements in nanotechnology Nanotechnology, emphasizing the link between nanoparticles and plants at the cellular level. These chapters contain information about plant responses to NMs Nanomaterials applications, including morphological, physicochemical, and anatomical variations, as well as their effect on plant growth and productivity. The mechanisms of absorbency and translocation of NPs Nanoparticles and their interaction with the plant cellular biochemical compounds and organelles are also covered. Also highlights the growing importance of crop yields from NMs' current research into the effects of NMs on cell macromolecules. Macromolecules, these reactions and biochemical compounds have influenced crop yield.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-20878-2_1


Functional Applications of Stable Tau Oligomers in Cell Biology and Electrophysiology Studies

Aggregated tau protein plays a significant role in the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative tauopathies, including Alzheimer's disease. Soluble, low-molecular-weight tau oligomers are found early in disease pathology and are thought to have toxic properties that disrupt neuronal function. In vitro functional studies, tau oligomers complicates vitro functional research by revealing mechanistic correlations between oligomer formation and neurodegeneration. We'll explore here how to use these preformed stable tau oligomers in cell biology and electrophysiological studies.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-0716-2597-2_11


Comparative Genomics for Evolutionary Cell Biology Using AMOEBAE: Understanding the Golgi and Beyond

Taking an evolutionary approach to cell biology can reveal crucial new information about how the cell functions and how it evolved to do so. It also includes an example dataset, which shows that the Golgi protein AP4 Epsilon is present as the sole remaining subunit of the AP4 complex in basidiomycete fungi. AMOEBAE can support comparative genomic research by balancing reproducibility and speed with user-input and interpretation. Cell biologists may be encouraged to incorporate an evolutionary perspective into their research by AMOEBAE or similar devices, according to the authors. It is hoped that AMOEBAE or similar products would encourage cell biologists to include an evolutionary context into their study.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-0716-2639-9_26


Revelations in Thymic Epithelial Cell Biology and Heterogeneity from Single-Cell RNA Sequencing and Lineage Tracing Methodologies

Thymic epithelial cells make up the thymic microenvironments that promote the establishment of a highly mobile and self-tolerant T-cell repertoire. Cortical TECs, which are present in the cortex, are vital for early thymocyte formation, which includes the selection of thymocytes that have functional TCRs. Medullary TECs, a medulla company, plays a vital role in late thymocyte formation, including depletion of self-reactive T cells and the identification of regulatory T cells. To test these hypotheses, whereas pseudotime analyses of scRNA-Seq results may show connections between TEC subsets, experimental techniques such as lineage tracing and reaggregate thymic organ culture are needed.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-0716-2740-2_2

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