Tissue distribution and ontogeny of steroid 5 alpha-reductase isozyme expression

Exercise:   To experience the mechanical quality of loose connective tissue, try the following.  (1) Pinch the skin of one cheek between thumb and forefinger.  (2) Hold the lining (mucosa) of that cheek between your teeth.  (3) Then move the skin relative to the lining.  See how far the two surfaces can move relative to one another.  The freedom is due to the looseness of the intervening connective tissue.  The limits are set by the collagen fibers which become straightened until taut.

The ground substance may be liquid, as in blood; gelatinous, as in areolar tissue; rubbery, as in cartilage; or calcified and stony, as in bone. It consists mainly of water and small dissolved ions and organic molecules, but the gelatinous to rubbery consistency of some tissues results from enormous protein-carbohydrate complexes in the ground substance. The hard consistency of bone results mainly from calcium phosphate salts in the ground substance.

Historically, thromboplastin was a lab reagent, usually derived from placental sources, used to assay prothrombin times (PT time). Thromboplastin, by itself, could activate the extrinsic coagulation pathway. When manipulated in the laboratory, a derivative could be created called partial thromboplastin. Partial thromboplastin was used to measure the intrinsic pathway. This test is called the aPTT , or activated partial thromboplastin time. It was not until much later that the subcomponents of thromboplastin and partial thromboplastin were identified. Thromboplastin is the combination of both phospholipids and tissue factor, both needed in the activation of the extrinsic pathway, and partial thromboplastin is just phospholipids without tissue factor. Tissue factor is not needed to activate the intrinsic pathway.

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The processes which link a depolarization of the muscle fiber surface membrane to contraction of the myofibrils in its sarcoplasm are called excitation-contraction coupling .  The membrane of the transverse-tubule lies immediately adjacent to that of the terminal cisternae of the sarcoplasmic reticulum , so ion movement across the former could presumably affect the latter.  But the actual mechanism whereby depolarization of the T-tubule membrane causes Ca2+ release by the sarcoplasmic reticulum remains obscure.  Once released into cytoplasm, Ca2+ diffuses into the myofibrils where it binds to troponin and triggers several protein conformational changes which together cause forcible sliding of thick filaments along thin filaments .  Active calcium reuptake by the sarcoplasmic reticulum ends the contraction.  

Tissue distribution and ontogeny of steroid 5 alpha-reductase isozyme expression

tissue distribution and ontogeny of steroid 5 alpha-reductase isozyme expression

WHO is responding to immediate needs by providing technical guidance and quality assurance tools to Medicines Regulatory Authorities, National Control Laboratories and manufacturers to support implementation of quality and safety systems for the production and control of blood products and related in vitro diagnostic devices worldwide.

The development of International Reference Materials and Guidelines to support the technical capacity of National Regulatory Authorities and to assure the compliance of manufacturers to quality and safety measures form the basis of our Mission. These contribute to technology transfer and global harmonization of quality assurance regulations.

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