This is the first book to address the structure, function, and distribution of dystrophin and its associated proteins in muscle and brain, rather than concentratiing primarily on the disease.
ISBN-13: 978-0521550338. This is the first book to address the structure, function, and distribution of dystrophin and its associated proteins in muscle and brain, rather than concentratiing primarily on the disease. Hardcover: 356 pages.
by Pierre Dangeard and Ernst S. Perner.
by Susan C. Brown and Jack A. Lucy. by Pierre Dangeard and Ernst S.
Susan C. Brown, Susan S. Brown, Jack A. Cambridge University Press, 13 May 1997 - 338 sayfa. It is the first book to address relationships between the molecular structure and function of dystrophin since the structure of the gene for this protein was elucidated in 1988. The volume covers recent advances in knowledge on the structure of both the dystrophin gene and its associated promoters, and on the protein itself.
About this Item: 1968 Jack Marlin, Clean and Unmarked Text, 1968. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Illus with b/w Photos (illustrator). Some minor bumping or creases. Overall good, nice copy of this scarce title. Excellent reading on the subject.
Lack of dystrophin expression in DMD has critical consequences in satellite cells including an inability to establish cell polarity, abrogation of asymmetric satellite stem-cell divisions, and failure to enter the myogenic program
Lack of dystrophin expression in DMD has critical consequences in satellite cells including an inability to establish cell polarity, abrogation of asymmetric satellite stem-cell divisions, and failure to enter the myogenic program. Thus, muscle wasting in dystrophic mice is not only caused by myofiber fragility but is exacerbated by intrinsic satellite cell dysfunction leading to impaired regeneration.
Dystrophin: gene, protein and cell biology. 1997 The neuron - cell and molecular biology. By Irwin B. Levitan and Leonard K. Kaczmarek. Published by Cambridge University Press. G. protein methods and protocols - role of g. proteins in psychiatric and neurological disor-ders. Published by Humana Press. The neuron - cell and molecular biology. Published by Oxford University Press Canada.
Dystrophin is a rod-shaped cytoplasmic protein, and a vital part of a protein complex that connects the cytoskeleton of a muscle fiber to the surrounding extracellular matrix through the cell membrane. This complex is variously known as the costamere or the d protein complex (DAPC). Many muscle proteins, such as α-dystrobrevin, syncoilin, synemin, sarcoglycan, dystroglycan, and sarcospan, colocalize with dystrophin at the costamere.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1997, 338 pp. In 1861, Duchenne first described ‘‘paraplégie hypertrophique,’’ and our understanding of the disease that came to bear his name had changed little over the next 125 years. This is a book about the biology of dystrophin, lucid enough to serve as an introduction to those less familiar with the field, but comprehensive enough to be worthwhile to those with a more active interest. Kevin M. Flanigan Departments of Neurology and Pathology and Eccles Institute of Human Genetics University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah.
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The DMD gene coding for the protein dystrophin is located on the short arm of the X chromosome near the region .
The DMD gene coding for the protein dystrophin is located on the short arm of the X chromosome near the region Xp21. Dystrophin is primarily expressed in skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscle cells, with smaller amounts expressed in the brain and retina.
Author: Susan C. Brown,Jack A. Lucy,Marlin Bobrow
Category: Medical Books
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (May 13, 1997)
Pages: 356 pages
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