Cell Surface Reviews, Volume 3: Dynamic Aspects of Cell Surface Organization reviews the progress in the study of the dynamic nature of membrane organization. The book is comprised of 14 chapters that discuss the various areas of concerns relating to membrane dynamics. The coverage of the text includes techniques and methods employed in the analysis and manipulation of the various aspects of cell membranes, such as freeze-fracture techniques; manipulation of the lipid composition of cultured animal cells; and somatic genetic analysis. The book also talks about some of the traits and behaviors of membrane dynamics including shedding of tumor cell surface antigens; dynamics of antibody binding and complement interactions at the cell surface; and structure and function of surface immunoglobulin of lymphocytes. The text will be of great use to microbiologists, biochemists, and other researchers whose work requires a good understanding of the various aspects of cells.Schematic representation of possible exchange processes occurring between the various membrane systems of the cell. ... Tzagoloff and Akai, 1972; Tzagoloff and Meagher, 1972; Hadvary and Kadenbach, 1973; Schatz and Mason, 1974, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Dynamic Aspects of Cell Surface Organization|
|Author||:||George Poste, Garth L. Nicolson|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|