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CSULIFE 210Paul LaybournFall

LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Lipid Bilayer, Membrane Protein, Transmembrane Protein

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29 Mar 2014
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Eukaryote, S Phase, Cell Cycle

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30 Mar 2014
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Each cell cycle produces two genetically identical daughter cells. The only way to make a new cell is to duplicate a cell that already exists. Cell cyc
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Centrosome, Leading Edge, Microtubule Organizing Center

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30 Mar 2014
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Microtubule nucleation at the minus end by a protein complex containing -tubulin. Tubulin ring complex ( -turc) is a template that creates a microtubul
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Warburg Effect, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Citric Acid Cycle

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First described by otto warburg and coworkers in 1927. Increased glucose uptake and lactate production relative to normal cells. In the brain, astrocyt
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Valence Electron, Chemical Polarity, Hydronium

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29 Mar 2014
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Cells are mainly hydrogen, calcium, oxygen, nitrogen, potassium, sulfur. Electronegativity: o > n > c = s > h = p. Ionic give up or accept, form ions,
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Heterotetramer, Menton, Myoglobin

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28 Mar 2014
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Apaf1, Mitochondrion, Cytoskeleton

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30 Mar 2014
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Cells dying by apoptosis undergo characteristic morphological changes. Cells shrink and condense, cytoskeleton collapses, nuclear envelope disassembly,
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Adenylyl Cyclase, Inositol, Transmembrane Protein

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30 Mar 2014
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A g-protein coupled receptor (gpcr) is a 7 pass transmembrane protein. They use g proteins to relay signals into the cell interior. Gpcr pathways are t
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Microtubule, Tubulin, Treadmilling

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Variety of functions, shape and structure, cell movement, cell division, intracellular transport, muscle contraction, axon extension, etc. Example of a
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Lipid Bilayer Fusion, Copii, Endocytosis

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30 Mar 2014
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Lumen components can be passed to another compartment without having to cross a membrane. Balanced flow of membrane and proteins retrieval pathways. Pr
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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Pinocytosis, Senescence, Clathrin

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LIFE 210 Lecture Notes - Active Transport, Membrane Potential, Peptide

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30 Mar 2014
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125 million daltons, composed of 30 different proteins which are present in multiple copies and arranged in octagonal symmetry. The size cut-off to fre
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