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By Sidney Fleischer, Becca Fleischer (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 0076687996

ISBN-13: 9780076687992

ISBN-10: 0121819965

ISBN-13: 9780121819965

FROM THE PREFACE: Volumes ninety six to ninety eight, elements J, ok, and L of the Biomembranes sequence, specialise in technique to review membrane biogenesis, meeting, concentrating on, and recycling. This box is among the very fascinating and lively parts of study. destiny volumes will care for shipping and different features of membrane functionality

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1, 1385 (1974). Blobel and B. Dobberstein, J. Cell Biol. 67, 852 (1975). [1] TRANSLATABLE ROUGH MICROSOME PREPARATION 7 were not degraded. Their profiles remained intact even after incubation at 28 ° for 90 min. Based on our results, we have chosen the Sephadex G-100 fraction because (a) as opposed to the other systems, polysome stability was considerably more constant in the G-100 system; and (b) the Sephadex G100 fraction can be used as the source of RNase inhibitor in sucrose cushions for collecting and concentrating RM that can then be used directly for translation.

Acad. Sci. A. 76, 5689-5693 (1979). MEMBRANE BIOGENESIS: AN OVERVIEW xlix carried out are still unknown. At first sight, the finding appears to contradict the premise that the clathrin cage of coated pits stabilizes the chemistry of the associated plasmalemma. But the situation can be rationalized by assuming that the clathrin cage can effect a differential stabilization in which elements responsible for selection and clustering remain fixed, whereas receptors move in and out and are retained only when complexed by their appropriate ligand.

The polysome degradation was not prevented upon addition of higher concentrations of the wheat germ extract (up to 30% v/v). Incubation in the reticulocyte lysate or the pH 5 fraction, also resulted in degradation, but to a considerably lesser extent. Raising the temperature of incubation in these three systems to 38°, however, generally caused polysome degradation. In contrast, the polysomes and stripped RM incubated in a cell-free system containing the G-100 fraction 8 R. 9 H. 10 K. t~ G. J. Mans and G.

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