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Frontiers in Membrane Biochemistry

Edited by
  • Wilhelm Just
  • Sandro Sonnino
Volume 584, Issue 9,

Pages 1633-1940 (3 May 2010)

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    1. Editorial Board

      Page i
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  1. Preface

    1. Frontiers in membrane biochemistry

      Page 1633
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  2. Lipid Microdomains

    1. Glycosphingolipids in microdomain formation and their spatial organization

      Pages 1634-1641
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    2. Significance of glycosphingolipid fatty acid chain length on membrane microdomain-mediated signal transduction

      Pages 1642-1652
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    3. Stability of lipid domains

      Pages 1653-1658
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    4. The intriguing links between prominin-1 (CD133), cholesterol-based membrane microdomains, remodeling of apical plasma membrane protrusions, extracellular membrane particles, and (neuro)epithelial cell differentiation

      Pages 1659-1664
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    5. Ionic control of the metastable inner leaflet of the plasma membrane: Fusions natural and artefactual

      Pages 1665-1669
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    6. Structural remodeling of GPI anchors during biosynthesis and after attachment to proteins

      Pages 1670-1677
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    7. Formation and regulation of lipid microdomains in cell membranes: Theory, modeling, and speculation

      Pages 1678-1684
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    8. Membrane rafting: From apical sorting to phase segregation

      Pages 1685-1693
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    9. Membrane glycolipids in stem cells

      Pages 1694-1699
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  3. Membrane Organisation

    1. Lysosomal degradation of membrane lipids

      Pages 1700-1712
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    2. Determinants of specificity at the protein–lipid interface in membranes

      Pages 1713-1720
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    3. Membrane protein assembly into Nanodiscs

      Pages 1721-1727
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    4. Ceramide-rich platforms in transmembrane signaling

      Pages 1728-1740
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    5. Brain gangliosides in axon–myelin stability and axon regeneration

      Pages 1741-1747
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    6. Sphingolipids and gangliosides of the nervous system in membrane function and dysfunction

      Pages 1748-1759
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    7. On the biogenesis of myelin membranes: Sorting, trafficking and cell polarity

      Pages 1760-1770
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    8. Participation of galactosylceramide and sulfatide in glycosynapses between oligodendrocyte or myelin membranes

      Pages 1771-1778
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    9. Transbilayer (flip-flop) lipid motion and lipid scrambling in membranes

      Pages 1779-1786
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    10. GPI-anchored proteins at the node of Ranvier

      Pages 1787-1792
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    11. Voltage-dependent anion-selective channel (VDAC) in the plasma membrane

      Pages 1793-1799
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  4. Membrane Shaping and Dynamics

    1. Sphingolipid topology and the dynamic organization and function of membrane proteins

      Pages 1800-1805
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    2. Arginine-rich cell-penetrating peptides

      Pages 1806-1813
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    3. Hierarchical organization of the plasma membrane: Investigations by single-molecule tracking vs. fluorescence correlation spectroscopy

      Pages 1814-1823
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    4. Cooperative elastic stresses, the hydrophobic effect, and lipid tilt in membrane remodeling

      Pages 1824-1829
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    5. Modeling membrane shaping by proteins: Focus on EHD2 and N-BAR domains

      Pages 1830-1839
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    6. Amphipathic helices and membrane curvature

      Pages 1840-1847
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    7. BAR domains, amphipathic helices and membrane-anchored proteins use the same mechanism to sense membrane curvature

      Pages 1848-1855
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  5. Membrane Function and Disease

    1. Neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptor–cholesterol crosstalk in Alzheimer’s disease

      Pages 1856-1863
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    2. Membrane microdomains and insulin resistance

      Pages 1864-1871
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    3. Altered sphingolipid metabolism induced by tumor hypoxia – New vistas in glycolipid tumor markers

      Pages 1872-1878
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    4. Globotriaosyl ceramide receptor function – Where membrane structure and pathology intersect

      Pages 1879-1886
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    5. Sphingomyelin metabolism at the plasma membrane: Implications for bioactive sphingolipids

      Pages 1887-1894
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    6. Acid sphingomyelinase, cell membranes and human disease: Lessons from Niemann–Pick disease

      Pages 1895-1900
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    7. Glycosynaptic microdomains controlling tumor cell phenotype through alteration of cell growth, adhesion, and motility

      Pages 1901-1906
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    8. Very long chain sphingolipids: Tissue expression, function and synthesis

      Pages 1907-1913
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    9. Fine tuning of cell functions through remodeling of glycosphingolipids by plasma membrane-associated glycohydrolases

      Pages 1914-1922
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    10. The urokinase receptor: Focused cell surface proteolysis, cell adhesion and signaling

      Pages 1923-1930
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    11. Structure and function of mitochondrial carriers – Role of the transmembrane helix P and G residues in the gating and transport mechanism

      Pages 1931-1939
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ISSN: 0014-5793