EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

Exposure of latent prostaglandin binding sites in the rat epididymal adipocyte membrane effects of albumin heating and alkylating agents


, : Exposure of latent prostaglandin binding sites in the rat epididymal adipocyte membrane effects of albumin heating and alkylating agents. Reviews in Clinical & Basic Pharmacology 6(SUPPL): 39S


(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 028310048

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Luria R.; Rimon G., 1986: Exposure of latent prostaglandin binding sites in the rat epididymal adipocyte membrane and the effects of albumin heating and alkylating agents. Brief incubation (1 min) of the adipocyte isolated membranes at 60.degree. C caused an increase in prostaglandin E2 binding, similar to that obtained with albumin. The increase in the membranal binding capacity after a short heating of the membran...

Luria, R.; Rimon, G., 1986: Exposure of latent prostaglandin-binding sites in the rat epididymal adipocyte membrane. The addition of albumin to a suspension of plasma membranes isolated from rat epididymal fat cells increases both the initial binding rate and the maximal specific binding of prostaglandin E2 to these membranes. The presence of albumin affects nei...

Cohen-Luria, R.; Danon, A.; Rimon, G., 1990: Fatty acid binding protein (FABP) modulates prostaglandin E binding to rat epididymal adipocyte membrane similarly to albumin. Albumin enhances prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) binding to isolated epididymal adipocyte membrane and also binds PGE2 with low affinity. On the other hand, S-100, ovalbumin and albumin-stearate failed to bind PGE2, as shown by ultrafiltration, and also f...

Cohen-Luria, R.; Rimon, G., 1988: Albumin and GTP modulate the affinity of prostaglandin E2 receptors in rat epididymal adipocyte membranes. Detailed studies of PGE2 binding to isolated rat adipocyte membranes revealed two different classes of binding sites, namely high affinity-low capacity binding sites and low affinity-high capacity binding sites. Addition of albumin or GTP to the i...

Schweitzer J.B.; Smith R.M.; Jarett L., 1980: Effects of reducing oxidizing and alkylating agents on iodine 125 labeled insulin binding to rat adipocyte plasma membranes. Federation Proceedings 39(3): ABSTRACT 320

Gorman R.R.; Miller O.V., 1973: Specific prostaglandin e 1 and prostaglandin a 1 binding sites in rat adipocyte plasma membranes. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 323(4): 560-572

Cohen-Luria, R.; Sigler, L.; Rimon, G., 1989: Biphasic effect of sodium fluoride and guanyl nucleotides on binding to prostaglandin E2 receptors in rat epididymal adipocyte membranes. Both NaCl and NaF promoted PGE2 binding to epididymal adipocyte membranes by apparent increase in the binding affinity. In order to distinguish between the effect of fluoride and the 'salt effect' of sodium on PGE2 binding, the effects o...

Mitra S.P.; Carraway R.E.; Ferris C.F., 1990: Effects of alkylating and reducing agents on neurotensin binding to porcine brain membrane receptors. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 16(1): 514

Colburn, N.H.; Boutwell, R.K., 1968: The binding of beta-propiolactone and some related alkylating agents to DNA, RNA, and protein of mouse skin; relation between tumor-initiating power of alkylating agents and their binding to DNA. Cancer Research 28(4): 653-660

Gribskov, C.L.; Henningfield, M.F.; Swick, A.G.; Swick, R.W., 1986: Evidence for unmasking of rat brown-adipose-tissue mitochondrial GDP-binding sites in response to acute cold exposure. Effects of washing with albumin on GDP binding. Rats, previously acclimated to 29 degrees C, were moved into the cold (4 degrees C) for 2 h. Scatchard analysis of GDP binding to the brown-adipose-tissue mitochondria of these animals showed a 2.3-fold increase in the number of high-affinity site...