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Lysosomes and Peroxisomes
Dec 2, 2002 ... Then, vesicles carrying lysosomal enzymes fuse with the vesicle and the ... Then, the introduction of lysosomal enzymes and the lower pH ...
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How are lysosomes and peroxisomes produced
Aug 13, 2001 ... How are lysosomes produced, once the enzymes are sorted? What are major distinguishing features of lysosomes and peroxisomes ? ...
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Lysosomes and Peroxisomes
Dec 2, 2002 ... A third function for lysosomes is to handle the products of receptor-mediated endocytosis such as the receptor, ligand and associated ...
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Lysosomes and Peroxisomes
Dec 2, 2002 ... Lysosomal morphology varies with the state of the cell and its degree of degradative activity. Lysosomes have pieces of membranes, vacuoles, ...
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Lysosomes and Peroxisomes
Dec 2, 2002 ... Lysosomes are the cells' garbage disposal system. They degrade the products of ingestion, such as the bacterium that has been taken in by ...
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Lysosomes and Peroxisomes
Dec 2, 2002 ... Lysosomal morphology varies with the state of the cell and its degree of degradative activity. Lysosomes have pieces of membranes, vacuoles, ...
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How are lysosomes and peroxisomes produced
Aug 13, 2001 ... How are lysosomes produced, once the enzymes are sorted? What are major distinguishing features of lysosomes and peroxisomes ? ...
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How are lysosomes and peroxisomes produced
Aug 13, 2001 ... Then, vesicles carrying lysosomal enzymes fuse with the vesicle and .... The Golgi complex sorts the lysosomal enzyme in the Trans region. ...
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Smooth Muscle
Aug 28, 2001 ... What are the major histological features of smooth muscle? .... Describe myoepithelial cells and myofibroblasts and their functions. ...
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Receptor Mediated Endocytosis
Aug 10, 2001 ... Receptor mediated endocytosis is a process by which cells internalize .... Role of adaptin in the transport of the receptor-ligand complex ...
 
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