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Title Cell volume and signaling / edited by Peter K. Lauf and Norma C. Adragna.
Imprint New York : Springer Science+Business Media, 2004.

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Series Advances in experimental medicine and biology, 0065-2598 ; v. 559.
Advances in experimental medicine and biology ; v. 559. 0065-2598.
Subject Cellular signal transduction -- Congresses.
Cells -- Morphology -- Congresses.
Cell Size.
Signal Transduction.
Intercellular Signaling Peptides and Proteins.
Sodium-Potassium-Chloride Symporters.
Ion Channels.
Cytoskeleton.
Apoptosis.
Alt Name Lauf, Peter K.
Adragna, Norma C.
Dayton International Symposium on Cell Volume Regulation and Signaling (2003 : Dayton, Ohio)
Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 444 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- DEDICATION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- 1. THE BALANCING ACT OF THE NAKED CELL: A BRIEF HISTORY OF MEMBRANE REGULATION OF ANIMAL CELL VOLUME BEFORE 1978 -- ELECTRONEUTRAL COTRANSPORTERS -- 2. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF K-Cl COTRANSPORT: FROM STIMULATION BY A THIOL REACTION TO CLONING OF THE FULL-LENGTH KCCs -- 3. MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY OF MAMMALIAN K-CL⁻ COTRANSPORTERS -- 4. STE20 KINASES AND CATION-CHLORIDE COTRANSPORTERS: A MINI REVIEW -- 5. MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY OF THE RENAL Na:Cl⁻ AND Na⁺:K⁺:2Cl⁻ COTRANSPORTERS -- 6. THE ROLE OF THE BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER Na-K-Cl COTRANSPORTER IN STROKE: A Minireview -- 7. REGULATION OF Na-K-2Cl COTRANSPORT IN RED CELLS -- 8. A NOVEL NHE1 FROM RED BLOOD CELLS OF THE WINTER FLOUNDER: REGULATION BY MULTIPLE SIGNALING PATHWAYS -- ION CHANNELS AND EXCHANGERS -- 9. PROBING OF THE ICln CHANNEL PORE BY CYSTEINE MUTAGENESIS AND CADMIUM-BLOCK -- 10. VOLUME-DEPENDENT AND -INDEPENDENT ACTIVATED ANION CONDUCTANCES AND THEIR INTERACTION IN THE RENAL INNER MEDULLARY COLLECTING DUCT (IMCD) -- 11. SECRETORY CONTROL OF BASOLATERAL MEMBRANE POTASSIUM AND CHLORIDE CHANNELS IN COLONIC CRYPT CELLS -- 12. EFFECTS OF AMMONIUM ON ION CHANNELS AND TRANSPORTERS IN COLONIC SECRETORY CELLS -- 13. THE VOLUME-ACTIVATED CHLORIDE CURRENT DEPENDS ON PHOSPHOLIPASE C ACTIVATION AND INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM MOBILIZATION -- 14. NITRIC OXIDE (NO) MODULATION OF CL-DEPENDENT TRANSPORTERS IN THE KIDNEY -- 15. VOLUME ACTIVATED ON CHANNEL AND ASTROCYTIC CELLULAR DEMA IN TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AND STROKE -- CELL VOLUME, CYTOSKELETON AND APOPTOSIS -- 16. EFFECTORS AND SIGNALING EVENTS ACTIVATED BY CELL SHRINKAGE IN EHRLICH ASCITES TUMOR CELLS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CELL PROLIFERATION AND PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH -- 17. WATER MOVEMENT DURING APOPTOSIS: A ROLE FOR AQUAPORINS IN THE AVD -- 18. APOPTOSIS AND CELL VOLUME REGULATION: The importance of ions and ion channels -- 19. ANION CHANNEL INVOLVED IN INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS AND NECROSIS -- 20. ERYTHROCYTE ION CHANNELS IN REGULATION OF APOPTOSIS -- 21. APOPTOSIS vs. ONCOSIS: ROLE OF CELL VOLUME AND INTRACELLULAR MONOVALENT CATIONS -- 22. POLYCYSTIN-2 AS A SIGNAL TRANSDUCER -- 23. FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF THE NEMATODE ICLNN2 PROTEIN RECONSTITUTED IN LIPID BILAYERS -- 24. HYPERTONICITY-INDUCED CATION CHANNELS IN RAT HEPATOCYTES AND THEIR INTRACELLULAR REGULATION -- 25. CELL VOLUME SENSING AND REGULATION IN SKELETAL MUSCLE CELLS: Lessons from an Invertebrate -- 26. Q-VD-OPh, NEXT GENERATION CASPASE INHIBITOR -- OSMOLYTE TRANSPORTERS AND SIGNALING -- 27. ARE MEMBRANE TYROSINE KINASE RECEPTORS INVOLVED IN OSMOTRANSDUCTION? -- 28. GLIAL-NEURONAL SIGNALING AND ASTROGLIAL SWELLING IN PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY -- 29. CELL SWELLING-INDUCED PEPTIDE HORMONE SECRETION -- 30. VOLUME REGULATION OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS -- 31. CELL VOLUME REGULATION IN INTESTINAL EPITHELIAL CELLS -- 32. REGULATION OF EPITHELIAL ELECTROLYTE TRANSPORTERS THROUGH PROTEIN-
ISBN 0387232990 (alk. paper)
9780387232997 (alk. paper)
9780387237527 (electronic bk.)
0387237526 (electronic bk.)
9786610726622
6610726620
OCLC # 123030676
Additional Format Print version: Cell volume and signaling. New York : Springer Science+Business Media, 2004 0387232990 9780387232997 (DLC) 2004061515 (OCoLC)56880032.


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