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Intercellular communication

Author: Walmor C De Mello
Publisher: New York : Plenum Press, ©1977.
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Intercellular communication.
New York : Plenum Press, ©1977
(OCoLC)568713501
Online version:
Intercellular communication.
New York : Plenum Press, ©1977
(OCoLC)607779058
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walmor C De Mello
ISBN: 0306309580 9780306309588
OCLC Number: 2904474
Description: xiii, 255 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1 Gap Junctions in Development.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Gap Junctions as Mediators of Cell Coupling.- 2.1. Morphological Correlates of Coupling.- 2.2. Structure of Gap Junctions.- 2.2.1. Fine Structural Appearance.- 2.2.2. Variations in the Appearance of Gap Junctions.- 2.2.3. Models of Gap Junction Structure.- 2.3. Chemical Organization of Gap Junctions.- 2.3.1. Lipid Component.- 2.3.2. Protein Component.- 2.3.3. Carbohydrate Component.- 3. Formation of Gap Junctions.- 3.1. Formation of Gap Junctions in Vitro.- 3.2. Junctional Assembly in Situ.- 3.3. Fate of Gap Junctions.- 4. Gap Junctions in Development.- 4.1. Gap Junctions in Early Development.- 4.2. Gap Junctions in the Formation of the Nervous System.- 4.3. Gap Junctions and Growth Control.- 5. Possible Roles of Gap Junctions.- 5.1. Nature of the Message.- 5.2. Modulation of the Permeability of Gap Junctions.- 6. Conclusion.- References.- 2 Cell Contact Phenomena and Their Implication in Cell Communication.- 1. Introduction.- 2. A Theoretical Physical Approach to Cell Contact.- 3. Experimental Observations.- 4. Cell Surface Heterogeneity and Contact.- 5. Mechanisms of Cell Interactions over Long Distances.- 6. Contact and Junctions.- 7. Junctions and Cancer.- References.- 3 Junctional Permeability and Its Consequences.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Methods for Studying Junctional Permeability.- 2.1. Electrophysiological Techniques.- 2.2. Biochemical Techniques.- 2.2.1. Metabolic Cooperation.- 2.2.2. Prelabeling of Metabolite Pools.- 2.2.3. Cofactor Starvation.- 2.2.4. Feeder Effects.- 3. Junctions Are Permeable to Small Molecules.- 3.1. Nucleotides.- 3.2. Sugar Phosphates.- 3.3. Choline Phosphate.- 3.4. Amino Acids.- 3.5. Vitamin-Derived Cofactor.- 3.6. Inorganic Ions.- 3.7. Tracer Dyes.- 4. Junctions Are Not Permeable to Macromolecules.- 5. The Extent and Rate of Junctional Transfer Is Quantitatively Important.- 6. Junctions in Vivo Are the Same as Junctions in Culture.- 7. Lack of Specificity of Junction Formation and Junctional Permeability.- 8. Consequences of Junctional Permeability.- 8.1. The Cell and the Tissue.- 8.2. Intercellular Coordination and Control of Activity.- 8.3. Intercellular Coordination and Control of Growth.- 8.4. Intercellular Coordination and Control by Cyclic Nucleotides and Calcium.- 8.5. Control of the Cell Cycle.- 8.6. Feeder Layers in Tissue Culture.- 8.7. Embryonic Development and Induction.- References.- 4 Intercellular Communication in Heart Muscle.- 1. Morphological Considerations.- 1.1. The Development of Intercellular Junctions in Heart Muscles: Interaction of Embryonic Heart Cells.- 1.2. Synchronization of Cardiac Myocytes and Synchronization of Pulsation.- 2. Spread of Excitation in Heart Muscle.- 3. Intercellular Structures Involved in the Coupling Process in Adult Cardiac Muscle.- 4. The Permeability of the Intercellular Junctions.- 4.1. The Influence of Calcium on Junctional Permeability.- 4.2. Influence of Sr2+ on Junctional Conductance.- 4.3. The Effect of Intracellular Sodium Concentration on Intercellular Communication.- 5. Sodium Pump as a Regulatory Mechanism of Intercellular Communication.- 6. The Importance of Intercellular Junctions in the Healing-Over Process.- 7. Intercellular Junctions and the Synchronization of Pacemaker Cells.- 8. Uncoupling of Pacemaker Cells during Synaptic Inhibition.- 9. Conclusion.- References.- 5 Protein Semiconduction: An Alternative Explanation of Electrical Coupling.- 1. Introduction.- 2. The Channel Hypothesis.- 2.1. The Electron Microscopic Observations.- 2.2. The Permeability of the Channels.- 2.3. Junctional Rectification.- 2.4. The Permeability of the Junctions.- 3. The Passage of Substances across the Septum of the Lateral.- Giant Axon of the Crayfish.- 4. Summary.- References.- 6 Intercellular Communication and Cancer.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Coupling in Normal Cells.- 3. Metabolic Cooperation.- 4. Formation of Coupling Junctions.- 5. Coupling in Cancer Cells.- 6. The Structural Correlate of the "Permeable Cell Junction".- 7. The Function of Gap Junctions in Normal Inexcitable Cells.- 8. Gap Junctions and Cancer.- References.- 7 Cell Interactions in Neuroblastoma.- 1. Cell Interactions in Neuroblastoma.- 1.1. Introduction.- 1.2. C1300 Neuroblastoma.- 1.3. Other Neuroblastomas.- 1.4. Cell Hybrids.- 2. Neuroblastoma Interactions in Vitro.- 2.1. Neuroblastoma-Muscle.- 2.2. Neuroblastoma-Nerve Interactions.- 2.3. Other Interactions.- 3. Neuroblastoma Interactions in Vivo.- 3.1. Differentiation in Tumors.- 4. Conclusion.- References.- 8 Cell Communication in the Immune Response.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Cellular Elements of the Immune Response.- 3. Aspects of the Biology of the Macrophage.- 4. T- and B-Cell Collaboration in Immune Responses.- 5. Lymphocyte-Macrophage Interactions.- 6. Cell Communication in Lymphocytes.- 6.1. Methods.- 6.2. Formation of the Junctions.- 6.3. Structure of the Junctions.- 6.4. Current Flow through the Junctions.- 6.5. Junctional Uncoupling.- References.- 9 Intercellular Communication in the Early Embryo.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Physiological Analysis of Junctional Communication.- 3. Junctional Communication in Embryos.- 4. Functional Aspects of Junctional Communication in the Amphibian Embryo.- 5. Conclusion.- References.
Responsibility: edited by Walmor C. De Mello.
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