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Membrane mechanics and cellular signal transduction: a nanotechnology-based approach to cell biology

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2008년 2월 15일 18시 14분 52초
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발표시간
금 09시 : 00분
발표형식
심포지엄
발표분야
재료화학 - Materials Chemistry of Nano and BioSciencesⅡ
저자 및
공동저자
Jay Groves
Department of Chemistry, UC Berkeley,
Thousands of membrane associated receptors and signaling molecules transduce signals between cells. Collective protein-protein interactions and clustering on molecular length scales have been widely implicated in signal transduction. Recently, coordinated rearrangement of cell membrane receptors into distinctive patterns is emerging as a broadly significant theme of intercellular signaling (e.g. the immunological synapses). My group is seeking physical paradigms, which may be recurrent in a wide range of living cellular systems including T cells. Correspondingly, experimental efforts in my group run the gamut from precision measurements in highly abstracted model membranes to full live cell signaling studies. They share the overarching goal of developing a quantitative physical picture of chemical signaling networks in living cells. Here, I will discuss about the above problems and nanotechnology-based approach to these problems.

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