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By Jose M Martinez-Zapater, Julio Salinas

This entire number of present and crucial protocols comprises many simply reproducible equipment built to be used with Arabidopsis - a procedure for coming near near basic questions in plant biology. The equipment variety from the fundamentals of transforming into those crops to classy gene cloning ideas and will, in lots of instances, even be utilized to different plant species with minor adjustments. Sections on genetics, transformation and gene expression research which are specifically invaluable to scientists interested in mutant research or generating and reading transgenic vegetation.

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65. Raven, New York, 1983. 40 OVERVIEW [1] from that described for lipoproteins containing apoB-100 or apoE. HDL binding does not appear to depend on calcium ion and is relatively resistant to proteolysis. 166 Evidently, such binding to cells could promote influx or efflux of unesterified cholesterol or uptake of cholesteryl esters. The specificity of the binding site is uncertain. In some, but not all cells or cell membrane preparations, LDL and VLDL have been found to compete with HDL for the same binding site133; some evidence supports protein specificity, especially for apoA-I, but other proteins such as the C apolipoproteins may also compete for the site.

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34 OVERVIEW [1] COOH-terminal end of each repeat is an octapeptide sequence that contains three aspartyl residues and one glutamyl residue. These negatively charged regions presumably constitute the ligand-binding sites of the receptor which interact electrostatically with the positively charged region of the apolipoprotein ligand. Consequently, each receptor has the potential to bind seven ligands. Binding studies have shown that small lipoproteins that contain several apoE molecules can bind to multiple receptor sites, TM whereas the apoB on an LDL particle presumably interacts with a single binding site.

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