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Pathobiology of Cell Membranes : Volume II

By: Trump, Benjamin F.
Contributor(s): Arstila, Antti U.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013Description: 1 online resource (500 p.).ISBN: 9781483276076.Subject(s): Celbiologie | Cell Membrane -- Periodicals | Cell Membrane | Cell membranes -- Periodicals | Cells -- pathology | Pathologie | Pathology -- Periodicals | Pathology, Cellular -- Periodicals | PathologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Pathobiology of Cell Membranes : Volume IIDDC classification: 611.01815 | 611/.01815 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Pathobiology of Cell Membranes; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; CONTENTS OF VOLUME I; Robert Inslee Weed (1928-1976); CHAPTER I. CELL MEMBRANE CATION LOCALIZATION BY PYROANTIMONATE METHODS: CORRELATION WITH CELL FUNCTION; I. Introduction; II. Membrane-Associated Antimonate-Precipitable Cations in Different Cell Types; III. Alteration in Membrane Cations in Response to Physiological and Pathological Stimuli; IV. Interpretations and Conclusions; Acknowledgment; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER I; CHAPTER II. RED CELL MEMBRANE PATHOLOGY
I. IntroductionII. Ultrastructure and Chemical Composition of Normal Membranes; III. Reversible Alterations; IV. Progression of Reversible to Irreversible Alterations; V. Pathological States; Acknowledgments; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER II; CHAPTER III. FUNCTIONS AND ALTERATIONS OF CELL MEMBRANES DURING ACTIVE VIRUS INFECTION; I. Introduction; II. Investigation of Viral Membrane Constituents; III. Membrane Dynamics Relating to Virus Infection; IV. Virus Uptake and Penetration of Cytomembrane Barriers; V. Membrane-Dependent Steps in Virus Maturation
VI. The Nuclear Envelope in Virus InfectionVII. Membrane-Related Cell Reactions; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER III; CHAPTER IV. STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF PEROXISOMES AND THEIR ROLE IN DISEASE PROCESSES; I. Introduction; II. Orthology of Peroxisomes; III. Peroxisomal Topography; IV. Biogenesis of Peroxisomes; V. Breakdown of Peroxisomes; VI. Morphological Alterations in Peroxisomes; VII. Alterations in Peroxisomal Single Volume; VIII. Proliferation and Hyperplasia of Peroxisomes; IX. Hypoplasia of Peroxisomes; X. Peroxisomes and Diseases
XI. Peroxisomal Reaction Patterns during Cell InjuryXII. Peroxisomes and Tumors; ΧΠΙ. Appendix; Acknowledgments; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER IV; CHAPTER V. ORGANELLE TURNOVER; I. Introduction-The Topological Problem Posed by Autophagy; II. Insects as Experimental Material-The Precision and Synchrony of Changes in Calpodes; III. Autophagy of Larval Organelles in the Fat Body; IV. Autophagy in Other Tissues; V. Plasma Membrane Turnover and the Apical Multivesicular Bodies; VI. Discussion and Conclusion; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI. REACTIONS OF LYSOSOMES TO CELL INJURYI. Introduction and Definitions; II. Injury to Lysosomes; III. Responses of Lysosomes; IV. Summary; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER VI; CHAPTER VII. PATHOLOGY OF SKELETAL MUSCLE MEMBRANES; I. Introduction; II. Pathological and Clinical Studies of Muscle Diseases; III. Pathology of Specific Membrane Systems; IV. Muscle Regeneration; V. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER VII; CHAPTER VIII. THE ALVEOLAR WALL IN THE SHOCK LUNG; I. Introduction; II. The Alveolar Wall As a Biological Membrane
III. Maintenance of Alveolar Structure
Summary: Pathobiology of Cell Membranes, Volume II, is the second in a multivolume treatise on pathobiological aspects of cell membranes that aims to give the reader an overview of developments concerning the role of altered cell membranes in various pathological processes. This volume includes not only information on pathobiological aspects of cell membranes as studied at the molecular and subcellular level but also important new advances in the role of membranes in human diseases such as multiple sclerosis, shock lung, muscle dystrophies, and hematological disorders. The book begins by discussing a v
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Front Cover; Pathobiology of Cell Membranes; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; CONTENTS OF VOLUME I; Robert Inslee Weed (1928-1976); CHAPTER I. CELL MEMBRANE CATION LOCALIZATION BY PYROANTIMONATE METHODS: CORRELATION WITH CELL FUNCTION; I. Introduction; II. Membrane-Associated Antimonate-Precipitable Cations in Different Cell Types; III. Alteration in Membrane Cations in Response to Physiological and Pathological Stimuli; IV. Interpretations and Conclusions; Acknowledgment; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER I; CHAPTER II. RED CELL MEMBRANE PATHOLOGY

I. IntroductionII. Ultrastructure and Chemical Composition of Normal Membranes; III. Reversible Alterations; IV. Progression of Reversible to Irreversible Alterations; V. Pathological States; Acknowledgments; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER II; CHAPTER III. FUNCTIONS AND ALTERATIONS OF CELL MEMBRANES DURING ACTIVE VIRUS INFECTION; I. Introduction; II. Investigation of Viral Membrane Constituents; III. Membrane Dynamics Relating to Virus Infection; IV. Virus Uptake and Penetration of Cytomembrane Barriers; V. Membrane-Dependent Steps in Virus Maturation

VI. The Nuclear Envelope in Virus InfectionVII. Membrane-Related Cell Reactions; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER III; CHAPTER IV. STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF PEROXISOMES AND THEIR ROLE IN DISEASE PROCESSES; I. Introduction; II. Orthology of Peroxisomes; III. Peroxisomal Topography; IV. Biogenesis of Peroxisomes; V. Breakdown of Peroxisomes; VI. Morphological Alterations in Peroxisomes; VII. Alterations in Peroxisomal Single Volume; VIII. Proliferation and Hyperplasia of Peroxisomes; IX. Hypoplasia of Peroxisomes; X. Peroxisomes and Diseases

XI. Peroxisomal Reaction Patterns during Cell InjuryXII. Peroxisomes and Tumors; ΧΠΙ. Appendix; Acknowledgments; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER IV; CHAPTER V. ORGANELLE TURNOVER; I. Introduction-The Topological Problem Posed by Autophagy; II. Insects as Experimental Material-The Precision and Synchrony of Changes in Calpodes; III. Autophagy of Larval Organelles in the Fat Body; IV. Autophagy in Other Tissues; V. Plasma Membrane Turnover and the Apical Multivesicular Bodies; VI. Discussion and Conclusion; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI. REACTIONS OF LYSOSOMES TO CELL INJURYI. Introduction and Definitions; II. Injury to Lysosomes; III. Responses of Lysosomes; IV. Summary; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER VI; CHAPTER VII. PATHOLOGY OF SKELETAL MUSCLE MEMBRANES; I. Introduction; II. Pathological and Clinical Studies of Muscle Diseases; III. Pathology of Specific Membrane Systems; IV. Muscle Regeneration; V. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; EDITORS' SUMMARY TO CHAPTER VII; CHAPTER VIII. THE ALVEOLAR WALL IN THE SHOCK LUNG; I. Introduction; II. The Alveolar Wall As a Biological Membrane

III. Maintenance of Alveolar Structure

Pathobiology of Cell Membranes, Volume II, is the second in a multivolume treatise on pathobiological aspects of cell membranes that aims to give the reader an overview of developments concerning the role of altered cell membranes in various pathological processes. This volume includes not only information on pathobiological aspects of cell membranes as studied at the molecular and subcellular level but also important new advances in the role of membranes in human diseases such as multiple sclerosis, shock lung, muscle dystrophies, and hematological disorders. The book begins by discussing a v

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