Cellular Mechanisms for Calcium Transfer and Homeostasis

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  • Biological transport,
  • Cell physiology,
  • Calcium in the body,
  • Congresses

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ContributionsGeorge Nichols (Editor), Robert H. Wasserman (Editor)
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Number of Pages513
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Open LibraryOL9282998M
ISBN 100125180500
ISBN 109780125180504

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Cellular Mechanisms for Calcium Transfer and Homeostasis presents the proceedings of the Workshop Conference on Cell Mechanisms for Calcium Transfer and Homeostasis, held at Portsmouth, New Hampshire on September 13–16, This book examines the ubiquity of the involvement of calcium in the function and structure of biological systems.

Cellular mechanisms for calcium transfer and homeostasis. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Workshop Conference on Cell Mechanisms for Calcium Transfer and Homeostasis ( Portsmouth, N.H.).

Cellular mechanisms for calcium transfer and homeostasis. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type. Workshop Conference on Cell Mechanisms for Calcium Transfer and Homeostasis ( Portsmouth, N.H.). Cellular mechanisms for calcium transfer and homeostasis.

New York, Academic Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.

Get this from a library. Cellular Mechanism for Calcium Transfer and Homeostasis. [George Jr Nichols] -- Cellular Mechanism for Calcium Transfer and Homeostasis.

Volume III of this series deals with cellular calcium homeostasis aspects and structural properties of extra- and intracellular calcium-binding proteins are described.

The structure/function relationship of calcium-transport proteins, and the role of calcium as a regulator of the activity specific protein kinases and phosphatase(s) are also. Parfitt AM (a) The actions of parathyroid hormone on bone.

Relation to bone remodelling and turnover, calcium homeostasis and metabolic bone disease: I. Mechanisms of calcium transfer between blood and bone and their cellular basis.

Morphologic and kinetic approaches to bone turnover. Metabolism – PubMed Google Scholar. Ten years ago, the prevalent view of cellular calcium homeostasis was very simple and modeled after the sodium transport scheme.

It was accepted that the cytoplasmic calcium activity was low, around 10 −6 M, that calcium influx occurs passively down its electrochemical gradient and that calcium efflux is an uphill metabolically dependent process. The implications of this model is that Cited by: 1.

Indeed, a comparison of the actual Ca 2+ influx with the transport capacity of the basolateral membrane indicated an overcapacity 15'?Cellular mechanisms in calcium transport and homeostasis in fish STC is a glycoprotein 6'2~ and such a lipophobic molecule cannot pass a plasma by: 6.

Studies of calcium transfer across the placenta have been reviewed because of the physiological and nutritional importance of this mineral during pregnancy, especially in order to better understand its contribution to development of the fetal skeleton. The placental transfer of maternal calcium to the fetus represents a vital mechanism for fetal development and breast-milk production, yet Cited by: 1.

Such a mechanism seems to be well suited to the fine-tuning of calcium homeostasis and intracellular signalling in eukaryotes. Figure 4: Schematic of the proposed two-step, Ca 2+ Cited by: Mitochondrial and endoplasmic reticulum calcium homeostasis and cell death Author links open overlay panel Saverio Marchi a Simone Patergnani a Sonia Missiroli a Giampaolo Morciano a Alessandro Rimessi a Mariusz R.

Wieckowski b Carlotta Giorgi a Paolo Pinton aCited by:   Alternatively, the extrusion mechanisms, characterized by the plasma membrane calcium ATPase, Na + /Ca 2+ exchanger and accumulation by intracellular organelles contribute to the removal of calcium ions.

Furthermore, their selective loss goes a long way explaining the oxidative damage, mitochondrial abnormalities and apoptotic contributions observed in ALS by: The monograph focuses on the molecular and cellular mechanisms responsible for neurodegeneration and the scientific advances that have paved the way for potential therapeutic options for patients.

Reviews presented in this book present carefully validated research findings. The book begins with a section devoted to general mechanisms of. By focusing on the cellular mechanisms that underlie ontogeny, phylogeny and regeneration of complex physiologic traits, Evolution, the Logic of Biology demonstrates the use of homeostasis, the fundamental principle of physiology and medicine, as the unifying mechanism for evolution as all of biology.

The homeostasis principle can be used to understand how environmental. Testosterone modulates cardiac contraction and calcium homeostasis: cellular and molecular mechanisms Omar Ayaz and Susan Ellen Howlett Department of Pharmacology, Dalhousie University, College Street, Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building, PO Cited by: The purpose of this chapter is to review the mechanisms underlying extracellular calcium (Ca 2+) homeostasis, particularly those through which change in the level of Ca 2+ within the bodily Author: Edward M.

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Intracellular Organelles. Many intracellular organelles participate in Ca 2+ homeostasis and, as discussed in more detail below, another important mechanism for removal of cytosolic Ca 2+ is the Ca 2+ uniporter of the mitochondria.

This system has a huge transport capacity (depending on conditions, mitochondria can accumulate millimolar Ca 2+) with an optimal affinity in the micromolar Cited by: 9.

Eventually this leads to disease or cell malfunction. Disease and cellular malfunction can be caused in two basic ways: either, deficiency (cells not getting all they need) or toxicity (cells being poisoned by things they do not need).

When homeostasis is interrupted in your cells, there are pathways to correct or worsen the problem. In this video we discuss the mechanisms of calcium homeostasis in non-excitable cells and look at the role of micro domains.

These mechanisms are at the bases of cellular homeostasis and regulate the potential outcomes in response to environmental cues.

Mitochondria influence cell death pathways associated with necrosis, apoptosis, and autophagy 53 mainly through the modulation of redox and calcium balance Cited by: Moreover, since calcium that does enter the cell must be disposed with, processes that utilize calcium have evolved, e.g.

secretion, contraction, signaling, to name just some. New knowledge concerning the processes of cellular calcium entry, extrusion and the fate of intracellular calcium has accumulated in. Calcium signalling: dynamics, homeostasis and remodelling control, and processing of cellular calcium signals.

importance of frequency-modulated Ca 2+ signalling as a mechanism Cited by: Calcium metabolism is the movement and regulation of calcium ions (Ca 2+) in (via the gut) and out (via the gut and kidneys) of the body, and between body compartments: the blood plasma, the extracellular and intracellular fluids, and acts as a calcium storage center for deposits and withdrawals as needed by the blood via continual bone remodeling.

Figure 6. Schematic representation of the cellular and molecular mechanisms of the effects of OPG, RANK, and RANKL on skeletal metabolism. A variety of skeletal and non-skeletal cells can express several cell products [in brackets] that regulate the balance between osteoblastic bone formation (left) and osteoclastic bone resorption (right).

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The endoplasmic reticulum is a cellular compartment committed to protein and lipid synthesis, maturation and trafficking, as well as calcium homeostasis. Our laboratory is particularly interested in the mechanisms by which this organelle integrates nutrient-sensing with. Mechanisms and Sites of Calcium Absorption.

Calcium is absorbed throughout the intestine. In terms of rates of transport per unit length of mucosa, absorption is most efficient in the duodenum and proximal jejunum, which exhibit the highest levels of vitamin D–dependent calcium binding proteins and in which lower luminal pH (5 to 6) promotes dissociation of calcium from complexes with food.

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blood cells, bound to hemo globin. Third, studies on SHF have demonstrated significant abnormalities in the cellular and molecular mechanisms that control calcium homeostasis. However, the changes in calcium homeostasis in SHF are quite different from those found by Selby et al.

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A calcium ion channel will allow. Which organelle aids in the maintenance of cell homeostasis by selectively regulating. The mechanism involves the fuel used by cells under normal conditions and relies on an ongoing transfer of calcium between two cell components via an ion channel.

Without this transfer, cells start consuming themselves as a way of to get enough energy. Disorders of electrolyte homeostasis are known at many diseases and clinical situations.

They have serious consequences for the cell. Mg-deficiency is followed by a K-deficiency, which cannot be equalized by K alone: a refractory hypokalemia always needs additional Mg supply for its restitution. From K, Mg-deficiency a Na/Ca-overload of the cell with aggravating consequences will follow.

NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Calcium Transport and Intracellular Calcium Homeostasis ( Lyon, France). Calcium transport and intracellular calcium homeostasis. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

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Choose from different sets of calcium homeostasis flashcards on Quizlet.Animal organs and organ systems constantly adjust to internal and external changes through a process called homeostasis (“steady state”).

These changes might be in the level of glucose or calcium in blood or in external temperatures. Homeostasis means to maintain dynamic equilibrium in the body.

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