4 edition of The semiotics of cellular communication in the immune system found in the catalog.
The semiotics of cellular communication in the immune system
NATO Advanced Research Workshop on the Semiotics of Cellular Communication in the Immune System (1986 Lucca, Italy)
|Statement||edited by Eli E. Sercarz ... [et al.].|
|Series||NATO ASI series., vol. 23|
|Contributions||Sercarz, Eli E., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.|
|LC Classifications||QR182 .N38 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 335 p. :|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||88020189|
When they bind, they produce some change in the receptor molecule which is experienced inside the cell. In Journal of theoretical biology In Chinese. Negative ions exist only in a clean environment. Chapter 6. Berg, A.
The surface of cell membrane has various molecules. Kull, Kalevi Florkin, Marcel Stopping growth in tumors can be a very beneficial thing. Within a semiotic-1inguistic tradition, one learns first of all the distinction between natural and non-natural meanings or signs.
Chapter 4. The amount of water that you need to have the optimal sort of concentrations of things is determined by how much urine your kidneys produce and how much they excrete each day. Tada, Eds. It leads to expression of new genes, production of new proteins, and a change in a behavior of the cell.
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Thus, Umwelt is a term uniting all the semiotic processes of an organism into a whole. How they are logically connected, needs to be carefully investigated. Why does it go down? One of the amino acids that can be phosphorylated is tyrosine, for example.
What follows is a description of the problems I met, together with an attempt to explore an alternative idea from which, for the moment, more than definite answers, new questions arise.
Marcel Dekker, N. Read more. Avrion Michison and Tomio Tada eds.
Carnell Professor. The 60 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from greater than eighty submissions. So, when there is extra glucose you want to put it into the cells that can use it immediately. Semiotics and cognitive science: a time to meet?
The functional circles Funktionskreise which primitive organisms obtained, do not usually disappear but develop towards more complicated ones. It is in the realm of the possible, if not the probable, that in the future a number of scientists larger than the thirty present at 11 Ciocco will find immunosemiotics to fill a need in scientific thinking and a gap between biology and the humanities.
Infrared heat through a sauna or a BioMat. An example of that is, of course, insulin which is produced by cells of the pancreas and acts on cells all over the body. Cunningham, Eds. The interconnection of analogous and digital, or horizontal and vertical, or ecological and genetic, or morphological and informational, or bodily and mental, should exist in every single biological process, and thus, as shown by Hoffmeyer, this may broaden the views in many areas of biology.
These are just some examples. That ligand was one for which the cell had a receptor that further encouraged it to produce more of the ligand.
One useful thing about separating receptors into types or families is that we found that many different receptors work by the same basic underlying mechanism.
In the contemporary stage of biosemiotics, the time is ripe to try to formulate a list of the equipment which biosemiotics possesses. Gerald Litwack, Vitamins and Hormones continues to publish cutting-edge reviews of interest to endocrinologists, biochemists, nutritionists, pharmacologists, cell biologists and molecular biologists.
Nobuhiro Yoshimizu,M. O semiosfere. Sometimes subtle changes in the structure of a protein can convert it from an active state into an inactive state. This is not an adaptation to environment, but the creation of a new environment. Thus, messages or instructions are sent from one cell to another and the messages influence the functions of the cell.
Ul'yanovsk: Ul'yanovskij gosudarstvennyj pedagogicheskij universitet. The existence of two different recognition processes local and global, in relation to a particular translation act in every semiosis can be seen as another way of describing the existence of two codes in every sign process.This collection of reviews, contributed by internationally recognized immunologists and molecular and cellular neurobiologists, puts side by side cellular communication devices and signaling mechanisms in the immune and nervous systems and discusses mechanisms of interaction between the two systems, the significance of which has only recently.
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