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Erythrocyte Membrane

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Biological context of Erythrocyte Membrane

  • Early initiation of DNA synthesis in G1 phase HeLa cells following fusion with red cell ghosts loaded with S-phase cell extracts [11].
  • Because the low permeability of red cell membranes for polyamines might have obscured some direct effects on intracellular processes, we measured active transport of 22Na out of red cell ghosts that had been resealed in the presence of 5 mmol/l spermine [12].
  • The most relevant features of the membrane denaturation were, (i) lipid peroxidation, as assessed by malonidialdehyde production, (ii) spectrin and ankyrin degradation with simultaneous globin binding to the membrane, as evidenced by electrophoretic pattern of red cell ghosts [13].
  • The exchange efflux kinetics of [3H]arachidonate at 0 degrees C, pH 7.3 from human red cell ghosts to bovine serum albumin (BSA) in buffer is analysed in terms of a closed three-compartment model [14].
  • After dansylation, the specific anion transport inhibitor 4,4'-diisothiocyanato-dihydrostilbene 2,2'-disulfonate (H2DIDS) is still capable of combining with its original binding site on the band 3 protein and of producing the same high degree of inhibition of sulfate exchange as in the untreated red cell ghost [15].

Anatomical context of Erythrocyte Membrane


Associations of Erythrocyte Membrane with chemical compounds

  • When it was added to the partially purified cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinases from human red cell ghosts or bovine brain, noncompetitive inhibition of cyclic AMP binding to the regulatory subunit of the enzyme was observed [20].
  • We conclude that altered levels of cholesterol in plasma and erythrocytes from MS patients may contribute to increased erythrocyte-membrane Zn in MS patients [21].
  • This conclusion is supported by the fact that homoglobin-free red cell ghosts can bind only 10% as much phloretin as an equivalent number of red cells [22].
  • Resealed human red cell ghosts containing caged ATP (Kaplan et al., 1978) and [3H]ADP were irradiated at 340 nm [23].
  • Increasing free intracellular Ca (Cai) from less than 0.1 microM to 10 microM by means of A23187 activated Ca-stimulated K transport and inhibited the Na-K pump in resealed human red cell ghosts [24].

Gene context of Erythrocyte Membrane


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Erythrocyte Membrane


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  13. Junctional sites of erythrocyte skeletal proteins are specific targets of tert-butylhydroperoxide oxidative damage. Caprari, P., Bozzi, A., Malorni, W., Bottini, A., Iosi, F., Santini, M.T., Salvati, A.M. Chem. Biol. Interact. (1995) [Pubmed]
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  23. Sodium pump-mediated ATP:ADP exchange. The sided effects of sodium and potassium ions. Kaplan, J.H. J. Gen. Physiol. (1982) [Pubmed]
  24. Ca-induced K transport in human red blood cell ghosts containing arsenazo III. Transmembrane interactions of Na, K, and Ca and the relationship to the functioning Na-K pump. Yingst, D.R., Hoffman, J.F. J. Gen. Physiol. (1984) [Pubmed]
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