Biochemistry (Chapters and Vocabulary):Sensory Systems

Biochemistry (Chapters and Vocabulary) –unit 1-5051-100101-150151-200201-250251-300301-350351-400401-450451-500

201: Leader Peptide Sequences.

202: Attenuation.

203: Leader Region of TRP mRNA.

204: Transcriptional Activation and Repression Are Mediated by Protein-Protein Interactions

205: Interaction between CBP and CREB.

206: Domain Structure of CREB-Binding Protein (CBP).

207: Cyclic AMP-Response Element Binding Protein (CREB).

208: Chromatin Remodeling.

209: Structure of a Bromodomain.

210: Structure of Histone Acetyltransferase.

211: Estrogen Receptor-Tamoxifen Complex.

212: Coactivator Recruitment.

213: Coactivator-Nuclear Hormone Receptor Interactions.

214: Coactivator Structure.

215: Ligand Binding to Nuclear Hormone Receptor.

216: Structure of Two Nuclear Hormone Receptor Domains.

Sensory Systems

217: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Reveals Regions of the Brain Processing Sensory Information

218: The Rod Cell.

219: The Electromagnetic Spectrum.

220: Taste Is a Combination of Senses that Function by Different Mechanisms

221: Schematic Structure of a Metabotrophic Glutamate Receptor.

222: Schematic Structure of the Amiloride-Sensitive Sodium Channel.

223: Differing Gene Expression and Connection Patterns in Olfactory and Bitter Taste Receptors.

224: Evidence that T2R Proteins Are Bitter Taste Receptors.

225: Conserved and Variant Regions in Bitter Receptors.

226: Expression of Gustducin in the Tongue.

227: A Taste Bud.

228: Examples of Tastant Molecules.

229: A Wide Variety of Organic Compounds Are Detected by Olfaction

230: Brain Response to Odorants.

231: The Cyranose 320.

232: Converging Olfactory Neurons.

233: Patterns of Olfactory Receptor Activation.

234: Four Series of Odorants Tested for Olfactory Receptor Activation.

235: The Olfactory Signal-Transduction Cascade.

236: Conserved and Variant Regions in Odorant Receptors.

237: Evolution of Odorant Receptors.

238: The Main Nasal Epithelium.

239: Color Perception.

240: Sensory Connections to the Brain.

241: Sensory Systems

242: Problems

243: Summary

244: Touch Includes the Sensing of Pressure, Temperature, and Other Factors

245: Magnetotactic Bacterium.

246: Response of the Capsaicin Receptor to pH and Temperature.

247: The Membrane Topology Deduced for VR1, the Capsaicin Receptor.

248: Hearing Depends on the Speedy Detection of Mechanical Stimuli

249: Ankyrin Repeat Structure.

250: Model for Hair-Cell Transduction.

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