Lecture 2 - Chemistry and Cell Structure Spring 08

Lecture 2 - Chemistry and Cell Structure Spring 08 -...

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Chemistry Basics Review Chapter 2 – Molecular Interactions (pages 19-44) Osmolarity – Chapter 5 (pages 154-156) Cell Structure Basics Review Chapter 3 – Compartmentation: Cells and Tissues (pages 50-71)
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1. Synthesis of protein molecules 2. Muscle contraction and relaxation 3. Active transport 4. Maintenance of resting membrane potential 5. Many other energy driven processes 6. ATP can also make cAMP ATP used directly to power cellular work: + energy ATPase Biological Energy - ATP
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Protein Phosphorylation – “ Molecular Switch” Glu-Asp-Thr- Tyr -Ala-Ser-Lys + PO 4 Glu-Asp-Ser- Tyr -Ala-Ser-Lys Tyrosine kinase Tyrosine phosphatase PO 4 Glu-Asp- Thr -Tyr-Ala- Ser -Lys + PO 4 Glu-Asp- Thr -Tyr-Ala- Ser -Lys Ser/Thr kinase Ser/Thr phosphatase PO 4 PO 4
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Agonists and Antagonists Receptor Receptor
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Unformatted text preview: Receptor Modulation of Ligand Binding by Cofactors Allosteric Modulation of Ligand Binding Generalized Mammalian Cell Review Chapter 3 Compartmentation: Cells and Tissues Figure 3-12 Generalized Mammalian Cell (cont.) Review Chapter 3 Compartmentation: Cells and Tissues Figure 3-12 Cell Membrane Cell Membrane Microvilli and Cilia Ribosomes and Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum (RER) Golgi Apparatus Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum (SER) Mitochondria Cell Cytoskeleton Cell Cytoskeletal Elements Plasma Membrane and Cell Cytoskeleton Nucleus and Nucleolus Inclusions Lipid Droplets and Glycogen Granules Lysosomes and Peroxisomes Cell junctions Tight Junctions and Desmosomes Cell Junctions Gap Junctions...
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