3 edition of Calcium and calmodulin function in the cell nucleus found in the catalog.
Calcium and calmodulin function in the cell nucleus
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Oriol Bachs, Neus Agell.|
|Series||Molecular biology intelligence unit, Molecular biology intelligence unit (Unnumbered)|
|LC Classifications||QP535.C2 B33 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||141 p. :|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||95038991|
Calcium Binding Proteins: Calmodulin Calcium binding proteins regulate many important cellular processes such as smooth muscle contraction and the crossbridge motion in skeletal muscle. Calmodulin is a rather ubiquitous calcium-sensing protein belonging to a class of loop-helix-loop cation binding proteins of similar structure and function. Calmodulin is highly conserved in eukaryotes and is considered to be a multifunctional protein because of its ability to interact and regulate the activity of a number of other proteins (Hepler and Wayne, ; Gilroy et al., ; Poovaiah and Reddy, ; Trewavas and Knight, ).In plant cells, calmodulin is considered to be the primary sensor for changes in cellular free Ca 2+ levels.
Ca 2+ and Membrane Permeability. It has also been known for many years that Ca 2+ plays an important role in controlling membrane structure and function (Wyn Jones and Lunt, ; Burstrom, ).A general idea is that Ca 2+, by binding to phospholipids, stabilizes lipid bilayers and thus provides structural integrity to cellular a physiological point of view, a frequent. 5. Na+ moves into the muscle cell because Ach receptors are activated 6. Action-potential of the muscle cell is generated 7. action potential travels down the t-tubules 8. .
Dictyostelium discoideum is gaining increasing attention as a model organism for the study of calcium binding and calmodulin function in basic biological events as well as human diseases. After a short overview of calcium-binding proteins, the structure of Dictyostelium calmodulin and the conformational changes effected by calcium ion binding to its four EF hands are compared to its human Author: Danton H. O’Day, Ryan J. Taylor, Michael A. Myre. The small, calcium-sensor protein, calmodulin, is ubiquitously expressed and central to cell function in all cell types. Here the literature linking calmodulin to Alzheimer’s disease is reviewed. Several experimentally-verified calmodulin-binding proteins are involved in the formation of amyloid-β plaques including amyloid-β protein Cited by:
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This book is about the role of calcium and calmodulin in the cell nucleus. Calcium, which is an important second messenger of signal transduction pathways, can also operate in the cell nucleus. Different calcium binding proteins, which are the targets of cellular calcium, have been identified in the nucleus of many different cell types.
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Calcium, which is an important second messenger of signal transduction pathways, can. The purpose of this rcvicw is to summarize and discuss the information that has recently become avail- able on the matter of nuclear Ca: *. particularly on the transport systems of the nuclear envelope and on the CaM targets, i.e.
calmodulin-binding proteins, in the nucleus. Calcium content in the cell nucleus Electron-probe X-ray Cited by: Get this from a library. Calcium and calmodulin function in the cell nucleus.
[Oriol Bachs; Neus Agell] -- This book is about the role of calcium and calmodulin in the cell nucleus. Calcium, which is an important second messenger of signal transduction pathways, can also operate in the cell nucleus.
Bachs O., Agell N. () The Cell Nucleus: Structure and Main Functions. In: Calcium and Calmodulin Function in the Cell Nucleus. Molecular Biology Intelligence by: 1. Calcium ions (Ca2+) impact nearly every aspect of cellular life.
This review examines the principles of Ca2+ signaling, from changes in protein conformations driven by Ca2+ to the mechanisms that control Ca2+ levels in the cytoplasm and organelles. Also discussed is the highly localized nature of Ca2+-mediated signal transduction and its specific roles in excitability, exocytosis, motility.
Calcium and Cell Function, Volume I: Calmodulin covers calmodulin-regulated functions. The book discusses the preparation, properties, structure, function, evolution, and structure-function relationships of calmodulin; and calmodulin-dependent adenylate Edition: 1.
Cell Calcium ()16, Longman Group Ltd Calmodulin and calmodulin-binding proteins in the nucleus O. BACHS', N. AGELL' and E. CARAFOL12 1 Department of Cell Biology,Cited by: Purchase Calcium and Cell Function - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.
ISBNBook Edition: 1. Calcium ions play essential roles in cell signaling, helping to control processes such as muscle contraction, nerve signaling, fertilization and cell division.
Through the action of calcium pumps and several kinds of calcium binding proteins, cells keep their internal calcium levelstimes lower than the calcium levels in the blood. Means, A. et al. Anovel Ca 2+ /calmodulin-dependent protein kinase and a male germ cell-specific calmodulin-binding protein are derived from the same gene.
Mol. Cell. Biol. 11, – Calcium is a second messenger in virtually all cells and tissues m signals in the nucleus have effects on gene transcription and cell growth that are distinct from those of cytosolic calcium signals; however, it is unknown how nuclear calcium signals are by: Calmodulin and calmodulinbinding proteins in liver cell nuclei Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Biological Chemistry (22) September with 29 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Learn term:contraction smooth muscle = calmodulin with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of term:contraction smooth muscle = calmodulin flashcards on Quizlet. Calcium (Ca 2+) is an essential signal transduction element involved in the regulation of several cellular activities and it is required at various key stages of the cell ellular Ca 2+ is crucial for the orderly cell cycle progression and plays a vital role in the regulation of cell proliferation.
Recently, it was demonstrated by in vitro and in vivo studies that nucleoplasmic Ca 2 Cited by: Calcium signals in the plant nucleus: origin and function Myriam Charpentier * John Innes Centre, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, Colney Lane, Norwich NR47UH, UKAuthor: Myriam Charpentier.
CaMKK2: Structure and Function. CaMKK2 is a 66–kDa kinase in rat, mouse, and man (9, –, 14).Analysis of CaMKK2 cDNA clones revealed a >90% species similarity in the amino acid coding region but with heterogeneity in the 3′-noncoding termini (12, –, 14).Similar to other CaMK family members, CaMKK2 consists of unique N- and C-terminal domains and a central Ser/Thr-directed.
Calcium (Ca2+) signaling and dynamic reorganization of the cytoskeleton are essential processes for the coordination and control of plant cell shape and cell growth.
Calmodulin (CaM) and closely related calmodulin-like (CML) polypeptides are principal sensors of Ca2+ signals. CaM/CMLs decode and relay information encrypted by the second messenger via differential interactions with a Cited by: Calmodulin nuclear import was argued to be a facilitated mechanism that was blocked by the calmodulin antagonist peptide M13 and did not require cytosolic factors or an ATP-regenerating system (8, 10).
In the presence of calcium, calmodulin was also shown to be able to facilitate movement of large molecules into the nucleus. Calcium (Ca2+) is an essential signal transduction element involved in the regulation of several cellular activities and it is required at various key stages of the cell cycle.
Intracellular Ca2+ is crucial for the orderly cell cycle progression and plays a vital role in the regulation of cell proliferation. Recently, it was demonstrated by in vitro and in vivo studies that nucleoplasmic Ca2. Calcium Genetics: Exploitation and Perspective / Yoshikazu Ohya, Isei Tanida and Yasuhiro Anraku ; Calcium in the Nucleus / Luigia Santella and Stephen Bolsover ; Traversing the Cell Cycle: The Calcium/Calmodulin Connection / Anthony R.
Means, Christina R. Kahl and Donna G. Crenshaw ; Calcium in the Regulation of Intramitochondrial.How plants activate JA biosynthesis for plant defense upon insect attack remains unknown.
Yan et al. reveal that the JAV1-JAZ8-WRKY51 (JJW) complex represses expression of JA biosynthesis genes in healthy plants and that insect herbivory rapidly induces Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent phosphorylation of JAV1 to disintegrate JJW complex, thereby de-repressing JA biosynthesis genes and giving rise to Cited by: The Role of Calmodulin and Related Proteins in Plant Cell Function: An Ever-Thickening Plot, Springer Science Reviews,pp.Volume 2, IssueDOI: /sz Cited by: 6.