6 edition of Ecto-ATPases found in the catalog.
March 31, 1997
Written in English
|Contributions||Liselotte Plesner (Editor), Terence L. Kirley (Editor), Aileen F. Knowles (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||294|
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Thus the term "E-type ATPase activity" has been proposed for ATPase activity exhibiting these characteristics, and it is assumed that all ecto-ATPases are E-type AT Pases. The converse is not true, however, since soluble E-type ATPases were shown to ex sist in plants, microorganisms, and the saliva of blood sucking insects.
Ecto-ATPases Recent Progress on Structure and Function. Editors: Plesner, Liselotte, Kirley, Terence L., Knowles, Aileen F. (Eds.) Free Preview. Jürgen Schnermann, Josephine P.
Briggs, in Molecular and Genetic Basis of Renal Disease, Adenosine. Adenosine exported from cells Ecto-ATPases book equilibrative nucleoside transporters or generated in the extracellular space by ecto-ATPases and nucleotidases exerts its effects through four types of G protein–coupled receptors.
Mice with null mutation of the A2a adenosine (A2AAR), A1 adenosine. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xiv.
PDF. Ecto-ATPase: Characterization and Localization. Front Matter. Pages PDF. ECTO-Atpases of the Nervous System. Agnes K. Nagy. Pages Evidence for Ectonucleotidases in the Guinea-Pig Cochlea. Ecto-ATPases: Function and Pathology. Front Matter. Pages PDF. The Paperback of the Ecto-ATPases: Recent Progress on Structure and Function by Liselotte Plesner at Barnes & Noble.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. (biochemistry) A transmembrane form of ATPase that catalyzes the hydrolysis of extracellular ATP. Ecto-Atpases | It has been known for almost 50 years that many cells carry enzymes that hydro- lyze extracellular ATP, and the term "ecto-ATPase" was used first by Engelhardt 40 years ago.
But until the end of the 's, the idea of an ATPase with its ATP hydrolyzing site on the outside of the cell membrane was met with substantial skepticism since it was thought that ATP was strictly.
Characterization of an ecto-ATPase activity in Fonsecae pedrosoi. Based on the differential expression of ecto-ATPases in the different morphological stages of F.
pedrosoi, the putative role. Structural Biochemistry/Membrane Proteins/Ecto-nucleoside tri-Phosphate diphosphohydrolase (E-NTPDases) carcinoma (SCLC) and a human hepatoma cell line, Li-7A (22 - 25). Similar to the rat hepatoma cell surface ATPase, the ecto-ATPases of Li-7A and SCLC cells are inhibited by mercurials, e.g., pCMB and pCMPS, but it is unaffected by high.
the structures and functions of the ecto-ATPases, the reader is referred to a recent review of the subject (15), as well as a very recent book describing the work presented at an international. Sep 19, · For a review of the structures and functions of the ecto-ATPases, the reader is referred to a recent review of the subject, as well as a very recent book describing the work presented at an international conference on the subject of ecto-ATPases.
Abstract. During the past several years, convincing evidence has accumulated that ATP is stored within vesicles and co-released with various neurotransmitters upon depolarization of the nerve endings 1–ritacrossley.com released into neural junctions, ATP can fulfill multiple ritacrossley.com by: Search in this book series.
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Download PDFs Export citations. Ecto-ATPases: Identities and Functions. Liselotte Plesner. Pages Download PDF. E-NPP3 (CDc) Review. This document is an authoritative, peer-reviewed short summary of 30 categories of information on the E-NPP3 (CDc) molecule. It is published by PROW [Protein Reviews on the Web] in conjunction with the International Workshops on Leukocyte Differentiation Antigens.
Select Publications Select Publications. By Scientia Professor Gary David 'The role of Ecto-NTPDases in Cochlear Function', in Vanduffel L; Lemmens R (ed.), Ecto-ATPases and Related Ectonucleotidases Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Ecto-ATPases and Related Book Chapters 17; Journal articles.
DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation. ritacrossley.com, Don't pay more by finding the best deals in za. Author(s): Vanduffel,Luc; Lemmens,Raf; International Workshop on Ecto-ATPases and Related Ectonucleotidases,(2nd: Diepenbeek, Belgium) Title(s): Ecto-ATPases and related ectonucleotidases: proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Ecto-ATPases and Related Ecotonucleotidases, held in Diepenbeek, Belgium, June/ edited by Luc Vanduffel & Raf.
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Remarkably, at low substrate concentration ( mm) more than 90% of the ecto-ATPase was inhibited with Ki=± µM. These parameter dependences are interpreted as the presence of 2 ecto-ATPases activities, one of them with high ATP apparent affinity and sensitivity to ritacrossley.com by: 7.Herbert Zimmermann (born 10 January ) is a German neuroscientist who pioneered the studies on the biochemical, structural and functional heterogeneity of cholinergic synaptic vesicles from the electric organ of the electric ray Torpedo, and the functional and biochemical characterization of enzymes hydrolyzing extracellular ritacrossley.com: 10 January (age 75), Chiesch, Czech Republic.Research Interests: Gary Housley, PhD, holds the Chair of Physiology and is director of the Translational Neuroscience Facility, School of Medical Sciences, UNSW Australia.
His research program is broadly within molecular, cellular and systems physiology in the nervous system, particularly around neuroprotection in the CNS and auditory system.