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Comparison A light microscope and a transmission electron microscopeNumerical apertureFluorescence microscopy
Protein coated gold particles can be used to localize antigen-antibody complexes by transmission electron microscopyProcedure for metal shadowingNuclear pore complexes scanning electron micrograph
Atomic-force microscopyRepair of an oxidatively damaged phospholipidG-protein mediated signal transduction
The motion of phospholipids within the lipid bilayerIntegral and peripheral membrane proteinsTransport across a biological membrane
The Donnan effectGlucose transport into red blood cells facilitated diffusionThe Na-K-ATPase an electrogenic pump
Coupled transportStructure of the helix and transmembrane channel formed by gramicidin AA model of the acetylcholine receptor
Class of ion channels stimulated by different gating mechanismsThree conformational states of the acetylcholine-gated ion channelThe separation of charge across the cell membrane forms a membrane potential
Opposing forces regulate K flux across the plasma membranePassive and active fluxes maintain the resting membrane potentialPrototypical neuron
Three conformation state of the voltage-gated Na channelOrganization of a skeletal muscle-1Organization of a skeletal muscle-2
Structure of globular and filamentous actinPolymerization of actinFormation of actin thin filaments
Structure of myosin II and its cleavage by papainActin filaments have a polarityFormation of myosin thick filaments
Titin and nebulinSliding filament model of muscle contractionATP-driven myosin-actin interactions during contraction
Diagram of Ca2-mediated movements of troponin and tropomyosin filamentsA skeletal muscle fiberModel of Ca2 ion regulation by the sarcoplasmic reticulum in muscle
T-tubule and SR terminal cisternae associationsAn intercalated disk between two cardiac muscle cellsOrganization of cytoskeletal and myofilament elements in smooth muscle
Model for assembly of smooth-muscle myosin thick filamentsNonmuscle actin and myosin have contractile functionsFour members of the myosin type
Bundled actin filaments have a structural function within microvilliRole of thymosin and profilin in the dynamics of polymerization and depolymerization of actinSteps in cell motility
Protrusion in a motile cellRole of formins and Arp 2 3Various roles of actin-binding proteins
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
Sequence elements of chromosomesEvents leading to chromosome replicationMajor events of DNA repair process in eukaryotic cells
Outline of experiment examining chromatin repeating structureModel of histone H1 packaging of chromatin into a 30-nm fiberModel of chromatin condensation needed to achieve the packaging observed of metaphase chromosomes
Example of restriction mappingSouthern blotting analysisCloning DNA fragments
Scheme of dideoxynucleotide DNA sequencing analysisPolymerase chain reaction PCRTwo major steps are involved in information transfer from DNA to protein
Scheme of events for protein translation from a mRNA moleculeNuclear transplantation experiments to examine the constancy of DNA in eukaryotic cellsModel of a transcription unit
Six steps of information transfer in eukaryotes that constitute potential regulatory points of gene expressionSteps involved in the transcriptional control of gene sequencesDNA segments that can modulate transcription by binding gene regulatory proteins
Scheme of the activity of a master geneSynthesis of a primary RNA transcript involves two modifications of the RNA strandMechanism of RNA splicing to form mature mRNA molecules
Potential mechanism of mRNA transport through the nuclear poreA potential ex vivo method for genetic-based therapy of a liver diseaseFour major gene families the cadherins the immunoglobulin family the selectins and the intergrins
Binding by cell adhesion molecules can be either homophilic or heterophilicAlternative messenger RNA splicing in neural cell adhesion molecule NCAMSignals from within cells regulate the adhesive binding activity of integrins
Intercellular junctions and the junctional complexUltrastructure of the tight junctionStructure and function of tight junctions The gate function refers to its property of regulating permeability
Structure and function of tight junctions The low permeability causes high electrical resistanceStructure and function of tight junctions Some of the molecules that contribute to the tight junctionFunctions of the adherens junction
Molecular structure of the adherens junctionThe Wnt signaling pathwayMolecular composition of the desmosome
Molecular structure and function of the gap junctionsMolecular components of the hemidesmosomeMolecular composition of the focal contact
Cell adhesion in epitheliaLeukocyte adhesion and migrationAdhesion of blood platelets
Cell adhesion in embryonic developmentNeural crest and its derivatives in the trunkContact inhibition of cell movement
Cell attachment division and deathMammary gland a example of the regulation of cell survival and differentiation by cell adhesion signalingMolecular structure of fibrillar collagen
How cells synthesize and assemble collagen fibrils into the parallel array that constitute a tendonStructure of a large proteoglycan aggrecan from cartilageElastic fibers
Fibronectin dimer showing various binding sitesStructure of lamininMolecular composition of the basement membrane
Structure of the fibrin molecule and the branching fibers that it forms in blood clotsNormal and abnormal adhesion of blood plateletsIntracellular signaling molecules
Signaling molecules are versatile and induce differential responsesGeneral schemes of intercellular signalingGene regulation by members of the nuclear receptor superfamily
Gene regulation by members of the nuclear receptor superfamilyGene regulation by members of the nuclear receptor superfamilyRegulation of growth hormone GH release
Extracellular matrix components modulate fibroblast growth factor FGF activityMast-cell degranulation histamine signalingNitric oxide NO-mediated endothelial cell relaxation
Electrical and chemical synapsesSynaptic transmission at the neuromuscular junctionSynaptic transmission at the neuromuscular junction
Synaptic transmission in the central nervous systemFibroblast growth factor FGF signal transduction pathwaysErbB-induced signaling pathways
Loss of neuregulin-1 signaling through the ErbB2-ErbB4 heterodimer leads to defective trabeculation of the ventriclesSchematic structure of the ErbB2 ErbB3 and ErbB4 receptorsRelations between transforming growth factor-beta and TGF-beta-like ligands and their type I and II receptors
Schematic representation of bone morphogenetic protein BMP signal transduction pathwaysTransforming growth factor-beta TGF-beta receptor signaling through Smad-independent pathwaysSignal transduction pathway for the determination of left-right asymmetry
Actions of Nodal and Lefty proteinsWnt-beta-caterin signaling pathwayWnt-Ca2 pathway
Wnt-polarity pathwayCleavage forms of ShhHedgehog signal transduction pathway in the absence of Hedgehog
Hedgehog signal transduction pathway in the presence of HedgehogAnatomic overview of heart valve developmentModel for Notch signaling in endocardial cushion formation
A model for Delta-dependent Notch signaling to the nuclear transcription factor CSLSchematic representation of the formation of the interatrial and interventricular septumSignaling network model for heart valve development and remodeling
Model of a typical steroid hormone receptorStepwise model of steroid hormone actionSeven-transmembrane receptor signaling
Model for agonists induced Jak-STAT signal transduction pathwayCaM kinase activationCalcineurin activation
Physiologic and pathogenic hypertrophy in response to growth and stressSchematic depicting the different phase of the cell cyclePhosphorylation of pRb by cyclin-cyclin-dependent kinase CDK complexes
Progression of cells through the various phases of mitosisSchematic depiction of reduction divisions during meiosisComparison between oogensis and spermatogenesis and their meiotic outcomes
Programmed cell death during animal developmentDifferent forms of cell deathSurvival of motor neurons is regulated by the amount of target tissue
Neurotrophins and their receptorsCaspase activation by the extrinsic and intrinsic pathwaysMolecular model for the activation of procaspase-9 by Apaf-1
Phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase PI3K-Akt signaling pathwayRaf-Mitogen-activated protein kinase MEK Extracellular signal-regulated kinase ERK pathwayA simple intracellular signaling pathway
Cell surface receptorIntracellular receptorIntracellular signaling - Contact-dependent
Intracellular signaling - ParacrineIntracellular signaling - SynapticIntracellular signaling - Endocrine
Autocrine signaling - a single signaling cellAutocrine signaling - group signaling cellsSignaling via a gap junction
Cell dependence on multiple extracellular signals - SurviveCell dependence on multiple extracellular signals - DivideCell dependence on multiple extracellular signals - Differentiate
Cell dependence on multiple extracellular signals - DieVarious responses induced by acetylcholine - skeletal muscle cellVarious responses induced by acetylcholine - heart muscle cell
Various responses induced by acetylcholine - salivary gland cellNitric oxide in smooth muscle relaxationNuclear receptor superfamily - DNA-binding domain
Cell surface receptors - Ion channel linked receptorsCell surface receptors - G-protein linked receptorsCell surface receptors - Enzyme linked receptors
Cell surface receptors - Enzyme linked receptorsA signaling pathway from a cell surface receptor to the nucleusSignaling by phosphorylation
Signaling by GTP-binding proteinSignaling integrationSignaling integration
Intracellular signaling complexesIntracellular signaling complexesInactivation mechanisms - Receptor sequestration
Inactivation mechanisms - Receptor down-regulationInactivation mechanisms - Receptor inactivationInactivation mechanisms - Inactivation of signaling protein
Inactivation mechanisms - Production of inhibitory proteinG-protein activationG-protein activation and inactivation
Activation of cAMP dependent protein kinase - PKAActivation of cAMP and gene transcriptionInositol phospholipid pathway
Mechanisms of maintaining calcium level in the cytoplasmActivation of CaM-kinase IIRole of G-protein-linked receptor kinase
Signaling proteins cross-link receptor chainsSignaling proteins cross-link receptor chainsSignaling proteins cross-link receptor chains
Normal receptors dimerize in response to ligand bindingDominant-negative inhibition by mutant receptorDocking of intracellular signaling proteins
Regulation of Ras activityActivation of RasMAP-kinase phosphorylation pathway activated by Ras
Generation of inositol phospholipid docking sites by PI 3-kinasePI 3-kinase and Pleckstrin homology domain during B cell activationSignaling through PI 3-kinase promotes cell survival
Intracellular signaling pathwaysJak-STAT signaling pathway activated by beta-interferonA model of Smad-dependent signaling pathway activated by TGF-beta
Lateral inhibition mediated by Notch and Delta during nerve cell development in DrosophilaProcessing and activation of Notch by proteolytic cleavageA model for the Wnt activation of the beta-catenin signaling pathway Without Wnt signal
A model for the Wnt activation of the beta-catenin signaling pathway With Wnt signalA model for Hedgehog signaling in Drosophila Without Hedgehog signalA model for Hedgehog signaling in Drosophila With Hedgehog signal
Activation of NF-kappaB by TNF-alphaVoltage-gated channelsLigand-gated channels
Ion channel actions via G-protein coupled receptorsEnzyme actions via G-protein coupled receptorsNa K pump
Proton pumpProton pumpProton pump
Proton pumpCatalytic cycle of an enzymeCatalytic cycle of an enzyme
Catalytic cycle of an enzymeCell cycleCell cycle
Cell cycleCell cycleMechanical model for the cell cycle control system
How a growth factor signals the cell cycle control systemCell cycle checkpointsRole of p53 in G1 arrest induced by DNA damage
Comparison of Mitosis and MeiosisMitosisMeiosis
Meiosis without gene conversionMeiosis with gene conversionCytokinesis of animal cells
Stem cell proliferationReplication bubbleDNA hybridization - nonpairing interactions
DNA hybridization - pairing interactionsDNA branch migration - spontaneousDNA branch migration - protein-directed
Polymerase chain reaction PCRPCR a single gene is copiedMolecular cloning
Molecular cloningOutline of a microarray analysisA way of using chip technology in DNA sequencing
DNA microarrays and chipscDNA microarray assay for gene expressionOutline of a proteomic experiment
Southern blotSouthern blotZoo blot
Northern blotNorthern blotWestern blot
Nuclease protection analysis of chromatin from human nucleiAgarose gel electrophoresis Separation of DNA and RNA molecules of different lengthsActivity of DNA polymerases
Activity of nucleasesActivity of ligasesSeparation of DNA molecules by Agarose gel electrophoresis
Methods for scoring an RFLP-Southern hybridizationMethods for scoring an RFLP-PCRConventional and non-conventional Agarose gel electrophoresis
Gel stretching and molecular combingFluorescent in situ hybridizationThe radiation hybrid mapping of the mouse genome
Radiation hybridsPolyacrylamide gel electrophoresisConstruction of a human genomic DNA library
Obtaining single-stranded DNA by cloning in a bacteriophage MI3 vectorChain termination DNA sequencingOne way of using PCR to prepare template DNA for chain termination sequencing
Different types of primer for chain termination sequencingThe chemical degradation sequencing methodThermal cycle sequencing
Automated DNA sequencing with fluorescently labeled dideoxynucleotidesPyrosequencingChromosome walking
Chromosome walking by PCRCombinatorial screening of clones in microtiter traysClone fingerprinting techniques-Restriction fingerprint
Clone fingerprinting techniques-Repeat DNA fingerprintClone fingerprinting techniques-Repetitive DNA PCRClone fingerprinting techniques-STS content mapping
RACE-rapid amplification of cDNA endsSI nuclease mappingExon trapping
RNA interferenceFusion with liposome to deliver double-stranded RNA into a human cellRNA interference with C elegans
Functional analysis by gene overexpressionSite-directed mutagenesisImmunocytochemistry
SAGETranscriptome analysis with a small genomeMicroarray analysis of a large genome
Studying a proteome by 2-D gel electrophoresis followed by MALDI-TOFPhage displayFluorescence recovery after photobleaching-FRAP
Gel retardation analysisDNase I footprintingThe DMS modification protection assay
The DMS modification interference assayPurifying a DNA-binding protein-affinity chromatographyPurifying a DNA-binding protein-clone library
The basis of NMR spectroscopyThe Meselson-Stahl experimentThe Meselson-Stahl experiment-predicted results
Replication of the yeast genome-microarray analysisMutation detection-allele-specific oligonucleotide-ASO hybridizationMonoclonal antibodies
Protein purification and characterization-column chromatographyIon-exchange chromatographyGel-filtration chromatography
Affinity chromatographySDS-PAGEFlow cytometry
Fluorescence activated cell sorting - FACSSeparating chromosomes by flow CytometryDifferential centrifugation
Rate-zonal centrifugation versus equilibrium density gradient centrifugationMicrodissection techniquesThe production of hybrid cells
Separation of protein molecules by isoelectric focusingImmunoprecipitationChromatin immunoprecipitation
Fluorescence resonance energy transfer-FRETGene-targeted knockout miceTransgenic mice
DNA double helixDNA replicationmRNA
Chromatin NucleosomeRibosomeGenetics
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