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Nabi, Ivan R.
Cellular Domains

1. Edition August 2011
119.- Euro
2011. 472 Pages, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-470-59544-2 - John Wiley & Sons




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Cellular domains play vital roles in a wide range of cellularfunctions. Defining cellular domains and understanding themolecular basis of their formation is essential to the study ofcell functionality. This authoritative reference provides the mostcomprehensive analysis available on cellular domains, with emphasison the definition and molecular composition of the domain as wellas the functional implications of domain organization.

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PREFACE.

CONTRIBUTORS.

PART I MEMBRANE DOMAINS.

CHAPTER 1 CYTOSKELETON-INDUCED MESOSCALE DOMAINS (Ziya Kalay,Takahiro K. Fujiwara, and Akihiro Kusumi).

CHAPTER 2 CLATHRIN-COATED PITS (James R. Thieman and LintonM. Traub).

CHAPTER 3 CAVEOLAE (Dan Tse and Radu V. Stan).

CHAPTER 4 LIPID RAFTS (Leonard J. Foster).

CHAPTER 5 MODELING MEMBRANE DOMAINS (Daniel Coombs, RaibatakDas, and Jennifer S. Morrison).

PART II ORGANELLAR DOMAINS.

CHAPTER 6 MITOCHONDRIA (Michael Zick and Andreas S.Reichert).

CHAPTER 7 THE ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM (Jody Groenendyk andMarek Michalak).

CHAPTER 8 THE GOLGI APPARATUS (James W. Dennis and Ivan R.Nabi).

CHAPTER 9 ENDOSOMES (Thierry Galvez and MarinoZerial).

CHAPTER 10 LYSOSOMES AND PHAGOSOMES (Guillaume Goyette andMichel Desjardins).

CHAPTER 11 ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM JUNCTIONS (Jesse T. Chao andChristopher J.R. Loewen).

PART III CYTOSKELETAL DOMAINS.

CHAPTER 12 THE ACTIN CYTOSKELETON (Jonathan A. Kelber andRichard L. Klemke).

CHAPTER 13 MICROVILLI (Florent Ubelmann, Sylvie Robine, andDaniel Louvard).

CHAPTER 14 MICROTUBULES (Geoffrey O. Wasteneys and BettinaLechner).

CHAPTER 15 CILIA (Laura K. Hilton and Lynne M.Quarmby).

CHAPTER 16 INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS (Normand Marceau, AnneLoranger, Stéphane Gilbert, and FrançoisBordeleau).

PART IV ADHESIVE AND COMMUNICATING DOMAINS.

CHAPTER 17 FOCAL ADHESIONS (Caitlin Tolbert and KeithBurridge).

CHAPTER 18 THE ADHERENS JUNCTION (Christopher P. Toret and W.James Nelson).

CHAPTER 19 SPECIALIZED INTERCELLULAR JUNCTIONS IN EPITHELIALCELLS: THE TIGHT JUNCTION AND DESMOSOME (Keli Kolegraff, Porfirio Nava, and Asma Nusrat).

CHAPTER 20 GAP JUNCTIONS (Jared M. Churko and Dale W.Laird).

PART V POLARIZED CELLULAR DOMAINS.

CHAPTER 21 EPITHELIAL DOMAINS (Nancy Philp, Liora Shoshani,Marcelino Cereijido, and Enrique Rodriguez-Boulan).

CHAPTER 22 NEURONAL DOMAINS (Jennifer S. Goldman and TimothyE. Kennedy).

PART VI DOMAINS REGULATING GENE EXPRESSION.

CHAPTER 23 NUCLEAR DOMAINS (Dale Corkery, Kendra L. Cann, andGraham Dellaire).

CHAPTER 24 THE NUCLEAR PORE (Richard W. Wozniak, ChristopherPtak, and John D. Aitchison).

CHAPTER 25 CYTOPLASMIC RNA DOMAINS (Henry Parker and Tom C.Hobman).

INDEX.

 




 

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