Role of cell surface in development
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Role of cell surface in development by K. Vasudeva Rao

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, Fla .
Written in English


  • Cell membranes.,
  • Developmental cytology.

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Includes bibliographies and indexes.

Statementauthor, K. Vasudeva Rao.
LC ClassificationsQH601 .V385 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2720279M
ISBN 100849346878, 0849346894
LC Control Number86013684

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The chapters include reviews on the expression of cell type-specific carbohydrates and their roles in cell-cell interaction. In particular, the role of cell surface carbohydrates in immune cell response, malignant transformation, fertilization, and neural cell development are addressed. Additional glycoprotein molecules have been identified using functional assays but their detailed chemical structure is unknown. The appearance of cell surface molecules in correct temporal and spatial sequence during development is an essential regulating feature in by: The reader is also introduced to the correlations between protein structure and function in relation to cell dynamics and differentiation, along with the physiological, biochemical, and molecular biological aspects of intercellular regulation in plants and the role of cell surface in carcinogenesis. The book concludes by suggesting directions. Extracellular matrix (ECM) is an extensive molecule network composed of three major components: protein, glycosaminoglycan, and glycoconjugate. ECM components, as well as cell adhesion receptors, interact with each other forming a complex network into which cells reside in all tissues and organs. Cell surface receptors transduce signals into cells from ECM, which regulate diverse cellular Cited by: 1.

In addition to the insoluble fibers of collagen, the extracellular matrix contains two major classes of soluble proteins: multiadhesive matrix proteins, which bind cell-surface adhesion receptors, and proteoglycans, a diverse group of macromolecules containing a core protein with multiple attached polysaccharide chains (see Figure ).Cited by: 3. HSP90 isoforms, α and β, also localize on the surface of cells in the nervous system and are involved in their migration. A 94kdalton surface antigen, the 4C5 antigen, which was previously shown to be involved in migration processes during development of the nervous system, is shown to be identical to HSP90α using mass-spectrometry analysis. Cell Adhesion Proteins. Cell-cell adhesion is a selective process, such that cells adhere only to other cells of specific types. This selectivity was first demonstrated in classical studies of embryo development, which showed that cells from one tissue (e.g., liver) specifically adhere to cells of the same tissue rather than to cells of a different tissue (e.g., brain).Author: Geoffrey M Cooper. Carbohydrates are important in the role of cell-cell recognition in eukaryotes; they are located on the surface of the cell where they recognize host cells and share information, viruses that bind to cells using these receptors cause an infection For the most part, no glycosylation occurs on membranes within the cell; rather generally.

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