2 edition of pigment cell found in the catalog.
International Pigment Cell Conference. (14th 1990 Kobe, Japan)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Proceedings from the XIVth International Pigment Cell Conference.|
|Statement||edited by Yutaka Mishima, Kobe, Japan.|
|Series||Pigment cell research -- 2|
|Contributions||Mishima, Yutaka, 1929-|
|LC Classifications||RB132 .I58 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 312 p. :|
|Number of Pages||312|
pigmented cell differentiation; Definition: The process in which a relatively unspecialized cell acquires the specialized features of a pigmented cell, such as a melanocyte. References: Ontology: GO: Biological Process QuickGO AmiGO.
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Pigment Cell Biology provides information on the growth of the pigment cell throughout its life cycle. This book explains how the pigment cell synthesizes its melanin. Organized into 34 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the factors that involved in governing the unique color pattern formation for three species of salamander.
Pigment Cell Growth covers the proceedings of the Third Conference on the Biology of Normal and Atypical Pigment Cell Growth. The book focuses on the nature of the pigment cell and its contained melanin. The selection first offers information on the origin of the mammalian pigment cell and its role in the pigmentation of hair and relations.
Pigment Cell Biology provides information on the growth of the pigment cell throughout its life cycle. This book explains how the pigment cell synthesizes its melanin. Organized into 34 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the factors that involved in governing the unique color pattern formation for three species of Edition: 1.
Pigment Cell Biology provides information on the growth of the pigment cell throughout its life cycle. This book explains how the pigment cell synthesizes its melanin.
Organized into 34 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the factors that involved in governing the unique color pattern formation for three species of cturer: Academic Press. Pigment Cell Biology: Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on the Biology of Normal and Atypical Pigment Cell Growth Paperback – Novem by Myron Gordon (Editor) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Kindle Format: Paperback. Pigment Cell Res. ; – Hyter S, Coleman DJ, Ganguli-Indra G, Merrill GF, Ma S, Yanagisawa M, Indra AK. Endothelin-1 is a transcriptional target of p53 in epidermal keratinocytes and regulates ultraviolet-induced melanocyte homeostasis.
Pigment Cell Melanoma Res. ; – [PMC free article]Cited by: XVIII th International Pigment Cell Conference Hotel Zuiderduin, Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands 9–13 September Pages: First Published: 05 March Pigment cells in developing vertebrates are derived from a transient and pluripotent population of cells called neural crest.
The neural crest delaminates from the developing neural tube and overlying ectoderm early in development. The pigment cells are the only derivative to migrate along the dorso-lateral pathway.
As they migrate, the precursor pigment cell population differentiates and Cited by: Melanocytes are melanin-producing neural crest-derived cells located in the bottom layer (the stratum basale) of the skin's epidermis, the middle layer of the eye (the uvea), the inner ear, vaginal epithelium, meninges, bones, and heart.
Melanin is a dark pigment primarily responsible for skin synthesized, melanin is contained in special organelles called melanosomes which can be Function: Melanin production. The book focuses on the nature of the pigment cell and its contained melanin.
The selection first offers information on the origin of the mammalian pigment cell and its role in the pigmentation of hair and relations between developing melanophores and embryonic tissues in Book Edition: 1.
In biology, the term "pigment" is defined somewhat differently, where a pigment refers to any colored molecule found in a cell, regardless of whether or not it is soluble. So, although hemoglobin, chlorophyll, melanin, and bilirubin (as examples) don't fit the narrow definition of pigment in science, they are biological pigments.
The pigment melanin, which is responsible for skin and hair color in mammals, is produced in specialized cells called melanocytes and then distributed to.
Melanins and Melanosomes: Biosynthesis, Biogenesis, Physiological, About this book. Patrick Riley was a founder member of the European Society for Pigment Cell Research and the International Federation of Pigment Cell Societies. He was the organiser and Chairman of the XVth International Pigment Cell Conference.
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The distribution of pigment cells varies among the different cell types and tissues. Each type of pigment cell often forms a two‐dimensional sheet of one cell thickness. However, in some tissues, they form accumulations or are thinly scattered without contact with any other pigment by: Definitive pigment identification is often difficult in histologic sections, even with a battery of special stains.
Therefore, a diagnosis of “pigment” is most appropriate. The pathology narrative should describe the morphologic features of the pigmentation, the lobular distribution, the cell type affected, and any accompanying histologic. Additional Physical Format: Online version: International Pigment Cell Conference (4th: Houston, Tex.).
Pigment cell biology. New York, Academic Press, The first five International Pigment Cell Conferences have all been held in U.S.A., from to The late MYRON GORDON (), was one of their initiators and was the person who was able to give a skillful continuity to these Conferences which have permitted a gathering together of the.
A third pigment is hemosiderin, which is a brown pigment that contains iron. When hemoglobin breaks down, the products are phagocytized by macrophages and accumulate within the cell. Excessive hemosiderin accumulation may indicate an increase in hemolysis of red blood cells.
The book focuses on the nature of the pigment cell and its contained melanin. The selection first offers information on the origin of the mammalian pigment cell and its role in the pigmentation of hair and relations between developing melanophores and embryonic tissues in the Mexican axolotl.
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Biologic Basis of Pigmentation: Proceedings of the International Pigment Cell Conference, 10th, Cambridge, Mass., October, (Pigment Cell: Vol) by Intl Pigment Cell Conf Staff Hardcover | S.
Karger AG (Switzerland) | Pub. Date: ISBN: | ISBN In the first, chromatophores may actively redistribute pigment-containing organelles within the cell boundary in such a way that more or less of the pigment organelles are exposed to view. These changes can be rather prompt, being mediated, in many cases, through the activity of nerve endings that directly stimulate the chromatophore.
What is a vertebrate pigment cell. An outline is given of the way colours or hues are defined throughout the book, and of the areas of confusion surrounding colour description. The variation. We welcome your input and comments. Please use this form to recommend updates to the information in ZFIN.
We appreciate as much detail as possible and references as appropriate. INTRODUCTION. In vertebrates, pigment cells are derived from neural crest cells, a transient embryonic cell population that emerges from the dorsal neural tube, migrates by means of specific pathways, and differentiates into a variety of cell types, including pigment cells (Hall, ; Le Douarin and Kalcheim,and references therein).Many animals have characteristic color patterns, Cited by: This striped pattern arises through interactions between pigment cells and their environment, as well as interactions within and between pigment cell clas20,21,22,23,24,25,26 ; remarkably.
21 Pigmentation 1 H. Glenn Wolfe and Douglas L. Coleman. Much has been written about phenogenesis of pigment in the mouse. Pigmentation of mice with part or major emphasis on genetic aspects is reviewed by Grüneberg () and Deol (), of rodents and carnivores by Little (), and of mammals in general by Chase and Mann (), Billingham and Silvers (), and Silvers ().
Melanogenesis is mostly studied in melanocytes and melanoma cells, but much less is known about other pigment cell systems. Liver, spleen, kidney, and other organs of lower vertebrates harbour a visceral pigment cell system with an embryonic origin that differs from that of by: 9.
Analysis of melanosome biogenesis in the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) is challenging because it occurs predominantly in a short embryonic time window.
Here, we show that the zebrafish provides an ideal model system for studying this process because in the RPE the timing of melanosome biogenesis facilitates molecular manipulation using morpholinos.
Morpholino-mediated knockdown of Cited by: To extract the pigment, the membranes must be disrupted. This can be done by heat shock, by detergents or by solvents (e.g. ethanol or acidified methanol). Thin slices have a larger surface area and so leak more pigment; freezing the beetroot first bursts the cell membranes and kills the cells, thus allowing the pigment to be extracted much.
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Characterization of human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived retinal pigment epithelium cell sheets Author: Heli Skottman. Production of the microbial pigments is one of the emerging fields of research due to a growing interest of the industry for safer products, easily degradable and eco-friendly.
Fungi constitute a valuable source of pigments because they are capable of producing high yields of the substance in the cheap culture medium, making the bioprocess economically viable on the industrial by: Fig.
De novo pigment cell development induced by laser ablation. (A–H) To measure the influence of distant region on cell regeneration in the center region, pigment cells in the neighboring stripes were ablated by laser with the pattern shown (Left).The ablated pattern (day 2) and the regenerated pattern (day14) are shown (Center and Right).(I) The number of melanophores that Cited by: Illustrated throughout with full colour images reproduced to the highest possible quality, this book is based on years of painstaking research into the visual and optical properties of pigments.
Now combined with the Pigment Dictionary, the most thorough reference to pigment names and synonyms avaiable, the Pigment Compendium is a major.
The PanAmerican Society for Pigment Cell Research (PASPCR) is a scientific society devoted to those of us interested in various aspects of pigment cells. Our Society is a very interactive one, meeting on an annual basis, and is composed of clinicians, developmental biologists, biochemists, immunologists, cell biologists, molecular biologists, chemists and physicists, among other disciplines.
Cones are robust conical-shaped structures that have their cell bodies situated in a single row right below the outer limiting membrane (OLM) and their inner and outer segments protruding into the subretinal space towards the pigment epithelium (Figs. 1 and 2).
Summary. In the developing eye of Drosophila, the EGFR and Notch pathways integrate in a sequential, followed by a combinatorial, manner in the specification of cone-cellwe demonstrate that the specification of primary pigment cells requires the reiterative use of the sequential integration between the EGFR and Notch pathways to regulate the spatiotemporal expression of Delta Cited by: Bok D () The retinal pigment epithelium: a versatile partner in vision.
J Cell Sci Suppl 4. Steinberg RH () Interactions between the retinal pigment epithelium and the neural retina. Doc Ophthalmol 5. Sparrow JR, Hicks D, Hamel CP () The retinal pigment epithelium in health and disease. Curr Mol Med 6. Liver –Pigment Figure Legend: Figure 1 Pigment in hepatocytes in a male B6C3F1 mouse from a subchronic study.
Figure 2 Pigment in hepatocytes in a male Harlan Sprague-Dawley rat from a chronic study. Figure 3 Pigment in hepatocytes in a male Harlan Sprague-Dawley rat from a chronic study. Figure 4 Pigment in hepatocytes in a female Wistar Han rat from a subchronic Size: KB.Pigmean synonyms, Pigmean pronunciation, Pigmean translation, English dictionary definition of Pigmean.
a. 1. See Pygmean At the end of Book I Milton offers an unfolding series of four similes of the angels in Pandemonium, pigment cell; pigment cell; pigment cell; pigment cell; pigment cell of skin; pigment cell of skin.Pigmalion synonyms, Pigmalion pronunciation, Pigmalion translation, English dictionary definition of Pigmalion.
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