How N-linked oligosaccharides affect glycoprotein folding in the endoplasmic
Microsomes: Small vesicles derived from fragmented endoplasmic
reticulum produced when tissues such as liver are mechanically broken (homogenized).
With cytoplasmic growth, several small mitochondria, well-developed endoplasmic
reticulum and several vacuoles were concentrated around the nucleus in the cytoplasm of the previtellogenic oocyte.
Celecoxib upregulates endoplasmic
reticulum chaperones that inhibit celecoxib-induced apoptosis in human gastric cells.
25) Accumulated cholesterol in the endoplasmic
reticulum caused ER stress in macrophages and is a key factor in atherosclerosis.
Key words: Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Anti-BIP, BIP, apoptosis, endoplasmic
Unlike MAO-B, the endoplasmic
reticulum-associated CYP2D6 was thought to have a protective effect against MPTP toxicity.
Table 1 Identification of prohibitin, annexin 1 and endoplasmic
reticulum protein 28 by mass spectrometry.
The neuroligin 3 mutation, an arginine-to-cysteine substitution, was identified in a set of twins and has been shown to result in most of the expressed protein being retained within the endoplasmic
When found, they are seen within endoplasmic
reticulum of neurons (Figure, panel D).
Electron microscope examination showed that organelles of infected cells, such as the endoplasmic
reticulum; expanded, mitochondria dilated, nuclear membranes dissolved or disappeared, and the edges of the nucleolus swelled.
10) Histochemical or electronmicroscopic confirmation of the oncocytic (mitochondrial) nature of the cytoplasm is necessary because cytoplasmic accumulation of smooth endoplasmic
reticula, lysosomes, or secretory granules may have a similar appearance.