PPT Drawing Tool kit - Molecular Cell Biology

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Ready to Use and Easy to Edit Molecular Cell Biology PPT Drawing Diagrams for PowerPoint Presentation

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Slide Set: 412 Editable PPT Drawing Diagrams
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412 PPT slides include a variety of pre-designed and fully editable Molecular Cell Biology drawing diagrams.



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ERM proteins serve to link the plus end of actin filamentsStructure of beta-Spectrin IIRegulation of the profilin-actin interaction by PIP2
Assembly of intermediate filamentsMorphology of cytoplasmic microtubulesDynamic instability of microtubules
Morphology of the centrosome complexHigh molecular weight microtubule-associated proteins and tau bundle microtubulesVesicle transport along microtubule tracks
Kinesin and kinesin-related proteinsDynactin complex links cargo to cytoplasmic dyneinMicrotubules and other axoneme proteins
Dynein cross-bridge cycles and bending of cilia and flagella Step 1Dynein cross-bridge cycles and bending of cilia and flagella Step 2Dynein cross-bridge cycles and bending of cilia and flagella Step 3
The role of microtubules microtubule-associated proteins MAP in mitosisThe role of microtubules kinesin-related proteins KRP in mitosisPlasma membrane and subcellular organelles of mammalian cell
Organelles and protein sortingRelationship of the nuclear envelope with cellular structuresStructure of the rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Testing the signal hypothesis in cell free protein synthesis assaysStructure of signal recognition particle SRPModel of translocation of secretory proteins across the ER membrane
Membrane proteins-Type I II III IVFormation of a glycosylphosphatidylinositol GPI anchored membrane proteinN-linked glycosylation in the rough endoplasmic reticulum RER
Calnexin and quality control in the endoplasmic reticulum ERGeneric model showing the initial steps in vesicle coating buddingVesicle tethering and fusion
Structure of the Golgi complexProcessing of glycoprotein N-linked oligosaccharides in the Golgi complexCompartmentalized functions in the secretory pathway
Models for transport through the Golgi complexMannose 6-phosphate M6-P pathway for delivery of lysosomal enzymes to lysosomesClathrin-dependent endocytosis of low-density lipoprotein LDL and transferrin
Multivesicular endosomes and epidermal growth factor EGF endocytosisThe ubiquitination pathwayStructure of a mitochondrion
Mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation systemStructure of the mitochondrial ATP synthesisSummary of mitochondrial function
Human mitochondrial DNA mtDNA showing the location of several mutations that cause mitochondrial diseasesImport of proteins into the mitochondrial matrixPathways for import of proteins into mitochondria
Relation of the nuclear envelope with cellular structuresSchematic model of a typical eukaryotic interphase nucleusNuclear pore complex
Steps necessary for import and export through the nuclear pore complexCorrelation of lamin protein phosphorylation and nuclear envelope structure during mitosisGenetic code in DNA and chromosomes within the nucleus
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