Is the soluble phase of cells structured?

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P M BHARGAVA

Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad 500 007, India

Published in: Biosystems, 1985, 18, 135-139.

Abstract:

Evidence suggesting that small molecular-weight precursors as well as polymers such as proteins and RNA, are not homogeneously distributed in the “soluble” phase of the cell, and that there may be, on one hand, hitherto unidentified barriers to normal diffusion within the cell and, on the other, channels through which certain molecular species may move in the cell sap much faster than their diffusion coefficients will permit, is discussed. Some implications of such barriers and channels, if they exist, are stated.

PMID: 3907730

Keywords:
Body Fluids/physiology
Cell Compartmentation
Cytoskeleton/physiology
Diffusion
Intracellular Fluid/physiology
Organoids/physiology
Solubility

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Is the soluble phase of cells structured? P M BHARGAVA. Biosystems, 1985, 18, 135-139.

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