The Use Of Radioautography in Investigating Protein Synthesis  - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780123957313, 9780323154321

The Use Of Radioautography in Investigating Protein Synthesis

1st Edition

Editors: C Leblond
eBook ISBN: 9780323154321
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1965
Page Count: 358
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Description

The Use of Radioautography in Investigating Protein Synthesis represents the 1965 Symposium on The Use of Radioautography in Investigating Protein Synthesis, supported by the International Society for Cell Biology. This book is composed of four parts encompassing 18 chapters. The opening part deals first with the basic aspects and mode of operation of the radioautography technique. This part also examines the advantages and potentials of this technique compared to other cytological techniques. The next parts are devoted to the experimental methods of protein synthesis in nucleus and in cells of various types, as revealed by the electron microscope radioautography. The concluding part discusses the secretion and synthesis of protein enzymes by the acinar cells in rat pancreas and fibroblasts in wound healing. This part also considers the application of radioautography to determining the sites of synthesis of proteins. This book is of great value to cell biologists, biochemists, cytologists, histologists, and pathologists.

Table of Contents


List of Contributors

Preface

Opening Address

Techniques and Methods

State of Light Autoradiography

Assessment of Technical Steps in Electron Microscope Autoradiography

Comparison of Emulsions and Techniques in Electron Microscope Radioautography

Application of Freeze-Drying and Formaldehyde-Vapor Fixation to Radioautographic Localization of Soluble Amino Acids. By

Protein Synthesis in Nucleus

Interchange of Protein between Nucleus and Cytoplasm

Amino Acid Deprivation and Deoxyribonucleic Acid Synthesis in Tetrahymena

Cytoplasmic Protein Synthesis in Cells of Various Types and Its Relation to Nuclear Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis in Cells of Various Types

Protein Synthesis in Lymphocytes

Fate of Newly Synthesized Proteins in Neurons

Protein Synthesis in the Ear under Normal and Pathological Conditions

Amino Acid Utilization in the Synthesis of Enamel and Dentin Matrices as Visualized by Autoradiography

Protein Synthesis and Cells of the Skeletal System

Synthesis and Turnover of Collagen in Periodontal Tissues

Secretory Processes

Secretion of Protein Enzymes by the Acinar Cells of the Rat Pancreas

Synthesis and Secretion of Collagen by Fibroblasts in Healing Wounds

The Formation of the Basement Lamella in Regenerating Salamander

The Elaboration of Thyroglobulin by the Thyroid Follicular Cells

What Radioautography Has Added to Protein Lore

Author Index


Details

No. of pages:
358
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1965
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323154321

About the Editor

C Leblond