2 edition of Effects of metals on cells, subcellular elements and macromolecules found in the catalog.
Effects of metals on cells, subcellular elements and macromolecules
Rochester Conference on Toxicity, 2d 1970?
|Contributions||Coleman, James R.,, Maniloff, Jack,, Miller, Morton W., 1936-,, Rochester, N.Y. University. Dept. of Radiation Biology and Biophysics|
|LC Classifications||RA1231 M52 R64 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||397|
This book describes the toxicity of heavy metals on microorganisms, yeast, plant and animal cells. Other chapters of the book deal with their genotoxic, mutagenic and carcinogenic effects. The toxicity of several metals touch upon the aspects of environmental hazard, ecosystems and human health. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) and nitric oxide (NO) are produced in all aerobic life forms under both physiological and adverse conditions. Unregulated ROS/NO generation causes nitro-oxidative damage, which has a detrimental impact on the function of essential macromolecules. ROS/NO production is also involved in signaling processes as secondary messengers in plant cells under physiological.
Differential centrifugation and synchrotron radiation X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy (SRXRF) microprobe were used to study the distribution of the elements in tissue cross sections of pakchoi (Brassica chinensis L.) under stress of elevated Pb and Cr. Subcellular fractionation of the different tissues grown in a nutrient solution containing mg L–1 Pb or 5 mg L–1 Cr showed that The subcellular fractionation of the digestive gland cells of the common cuttlefish Sepia officinalis was performed to investigate the distribution of metals between organelles and cytosol and the.
Metal- and metalloid-containing macromolecules are defined as large molecules (i.e., polymers, DNA, proteins) that contain a metal or metalloid group affiliated with the molecule. Compiled by an all-star cast of macromolecular experts, Macromolecules Containing Metal and Metal-Like Elements, Volume 2, Organoiron-Containing Polymers. Metal- and metalloid-containing macromolecules are defined as large molecules (i.e., polymers, DNA, proteins) that contain a metal or metalloid group affiliated with the molecule. The first volume in this series consists of a number of reviews of the field, to .
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Get this from a library. Effects of metals on cells, subcellular elements, and macromolecules. [Jack Maniloff; James R Coleman; Morton W Miller; University of. Effects of Metals on Subcellular elements and macromolecules book, Subcellular Elements, and Macromolecules [MANILOFF, Jack, James R.
COLEMAN & Morton Subcellular elements and macromolecules book. MILLER (eds.).] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Effects of Metals on Cells, Subcellular Elements, and MacromoleculesAuthor: James R. COLEMAN & Morton W. MILLER (eds.). MANILOFF, Jack.
Author(s): Coleman,James R; Maniloff,Jack; Miller,Morton W; Rochester Conference on Toxicity,(2d: ); University of Rochester.
Department of Radiation Biology. The results showed that capsular EPS was the main location of copper in biofilm. A previous study on the subcellular distribution of heavy metals in microbial cells showed that soluble components were the most important area of heavy metal (Kong et al., ).
Even in free form, the cell surfaces of microorganisms tended to adhere to capsular by: 2. Metal- and metalloid-containing macromolecules are defined as large molecules (i.e., polymers, DNA, proteins) that contain a metal or metalloid group affiliated with the molecule.
This volume describes what is possible with metal-containing polymers where the metal is an essential ingredient in obtaining desired optical and electronic properties. Recent studies have shown that metals such as copper, zinc, aluminum, cadmium, chromium, iron and lead cause severe dose-dependent disturbances in growth, morphogenesis, photosynthetic and respiratory activity as well as on ultrastructure and function of organelles in the algal model system Micrasterias denticulata (Volland et al.,Volland et al.,Andosch et al., ).
Components of a cell produced by various separation techniques which, though they disrupt the delicate anatomy of a cell, preserve the structure | Explore the latest full-text research PDFs.
Introduction. Cadmium ion (Cd 2+) is one of the most toxic elements to animals and 2+ is commonly used in batteries, pigments, electroplating and coating materials, plastics, alloys and phosphors in color television tubes .The sources of Cd 2+ in agricultural soils include sewage sludge, herbicides and fertilizers.
Crops grown in soil contaminated with heavy metals are an important. Photochemistry of Macromolecules, Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy Abbreviation: Photochem.
Macromol., Proc. Symp. CODEN: 23EQAJ: Publication Title: Effects of Metals on Cells, Subcellular Elements, and Macromolecules, A Proceedings Publication of the Rochester Conferences on Toxicity.
Classes of fluorescent sensors for live cell imaging. When imaging metals in living cells, there are three major fluorescence-based platforms from which one can choose: small-molecule sensors, protein-based biosensors, and hybrid probes that integrate small-molecule sensors with genetically encoded elements (e.g., SNAP-tag ).Each system offers its own advantages and disadvantages, including.
Exposure of cells to colloidal nanoparticles (NPs) can have concentration-dependent harmful effects. Mostly, such effects are monitored with biochemical assays or probes from molecular biology, i.e., viability assays, gene expression profiles, etc., neglecting that the presence of NPs can also drastically affect cellular morphology.
In the case of polymer-coated Au NPs, we demonstrate that. Structural Order in Polymers, Lectures presented at the International Symposium on Macromolecules: Abbreviation: Struct.
Order Polym., Lect. Int. Symp. CODEN ISBN: 46QYAA Publication Title: Effects of Metals on Cells, Subcellular Elements, and Macromolecules, A Proceedings Publication of the Rochester Conferences on Toxicity. Alloying elements have been grouped into three categories based on their specific role in mechanical properties of the alloy.
Appropriate addition of element combination of these categories designated as X 1, X 2, and X 3 depends on the relation Ti-(45–49)Al-(1–3)X 1-(1–4)X 2-(–1).X 3 is added to two-phase (γ + α 2) alloys for optimum ductility, oxidation resistance, and creep. Tim J. Evans DVM, MS, PhD, DACT, DABVT, in Small Animal Toxicology (Third Edition), Xenobiotic Storage Depots.
Xenobiotics can be stored within a variety of different body organs and tissues. Depending on the anatomic and physiologic relationships between the storage depot and the target organs and tissues for a specific toxicant, storage of toxic xenobiotics can function as either a.
Several heavy metals are found naturally in the earth crust and are exploited for various industrial and economic purposes. Among these heavy metals, a few have direct or indirect impact on the human body.
Some of these heavy metals such as copper, cobalt, iron, nickel, magnesium, molybdenum, chromium, selenium, manganese and zinc have functional roles which are essential for. The Cell Metals cross the cell membrane The inner of the cell Cells binding metals by oxygen donors Cells binding metals by sulphur donors: lysosomes and metalothioneins Uptake Gills Integument Shell Byssus Mobilization of metals between tissues Blood Cell-mediated transport Accumulation Digestive tract Liver Bioinorganic chemistry is a field that examines the role of metals in rganic chemistry includes the study of both natural phenomena such as the behavior of metalloproteins as well as artificially introduced metals, including those that are non-essential, in medicine and biological processes such as respiration depend upon molecules that fall within the realm of.
The toxicity of heavy metals is well known at organismal level, while less attention has been paid to their cellular effects. This book describes the toxicity of heavy metals on microorganisms, yeast, plant and animal cells.
Other chapters of the book deal with their genotoxic, mutagenic and carcinogenic effects. Enzyme, a catalyst that regulates the rate at which chemical reactions proceed in living organisms without itself being altered in the process.
Most critically, enzymes catalyze all aspects of cell metabolism. Learn more about enzymes in this article. Metal Stress as a Method for Stimulation of Bioproduct Synthesis. Accumulation of metals in microalgae cells consists of two mechanisms: metal adsorption on the cell wall surface containing functional groups (carboxyl, hydroxyl, phosphate, amino, sulfhydryl) and absorption of metals inside cells via metal transport systems [12,19,78].Metals in microalgae cells can cause formation of.
Determining the in situ localization of trace elements at high lateral resolution levels in the biological system is very challenging, but critical for our understanding of metal sequestration and detoxification.
Here, the cellular and subcellular distributions of Cu and Zn in contaminated oysters of Crassostrea hongkongensis were for the first time mapped using nanoscale secondary ion mass.Knowledge of the effects of metals on subcellular organelle functions should aid in the understanding of the mechanisms by which metal ions may play a role in the carcinogenic response.
Full text Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a. As a result many structures of biomolecules with metals have been characterized and medicinal chemistry studied the effects of metal containing drugs.
This new book (from the EIBC Book Series) covers recent advances made by top researchers in the field of metals in cells [the “metallome”] and include: regulated metal ion uptake and Manufacturer: Wiley.