Lecture 6: Integrating
Cells into Tissue
Cells generally need to
Cell-cell contacts in epithelial cell linings
T-cell with other cells
Basement membranes of epithelial cell linings
Received 13 Jul 2015 | Accepted 25 Jan 2016 | Published 1 Mar 2016
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How many times do GPCRs cross the membrane?
What do they associate with on the extracellular and
What signaling pathways do they activate?
How are RTKs activated?
What pathways associate with them?
What secondary messengers
Lecture 8: Cell
Nomenclature: tell me if these names relate to
protein or DNA
Proximal promoter sequence
Purpose: Send externa
Eating of Self. If the cells begin eating themselves,
what pathways do you think are likely to be
turned off to save resources.
What pathway drives
MTORC does what?
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Why would I target Kyneins in cancer?
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Lecture 6: Integrate cells into tissues
A. Adhesion molecules and their structure
B. All of the junctions we talked about and what
proteins make u