L6-ANH573w10 - USED - 2. From Cells to Tissues - Linking Cells

L6-ANH573w10 - USED - 2. From Cells to Tissues - Linking Cells

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1 From Cells to Tissues: 2. Linking Cells to Other Cells
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ANH573 - 2. From Cells to Tissues 2 References Textbook Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology , 8 th ed, by Marieb. Chapter 3 Part 3
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ANH573 - 2. From Cells to Tissues 3 Lecture Outline Cell Interactions Linking Cells to Other Cells Tight Junctions Anchoring Junctions Gap Junctions Cancer Cells Lose Their Connections Endothelial cells
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4 Cell Interactions are mediated through the plasma membrane Adhesions cell-to-cell contact; various types with specific actions Communication between cells Transport of materials between cells & between environment Cell Membrane Neighbouring intestinal cells are tightly linked to each other
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ANH573 - 2. From Cells to Tissues 5 Adjacent cells are linked to each other through 3 types of CELL JUNCTIONS 1. Tight Junctions hold cells together prevent leaks between cells 2. Adhesion (or Anchoring) Junctions – aka Desmosomes
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L6-ANH573w10 - USED - 2. From Cells to Tissues - Linking Cells

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