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CELL AND MOLECULAR RESPONSES TO STRESS

Edited by Kenneth B. Storey and Janet M. Storey

Elsevier Science, 2002

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 Volume 3

Sensing, signaling and cell adaptation

 

1. Ischemic tolerance in the brain, pp. 1-12
Michael Bell1, Kelly Drew2, Mark Smith3, and John Hallenbeck4
1 Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC; 2 Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK; 3 Institute of Pathology, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; 4 Stroke Branch, NINDS, Bethesda, Maryland

2. Regulation of gene expression by hypoxia in lung alveolar epithelial cells, pp. 13-26
Christine Clerici, Tokujiro Uchida, Carole Planès, Michael Matthay1
Faculté de Médecine Xavier Bichat, Paris, France and 1 University of California, San Francisco

3. A profile of the metabolic responses to anoxia in marine invertebrates, 27-46
Kevin Larade and Kenneth B. Storey
Institute of Biochemistry, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

4. The role of adenosine in tissue protection during ischemia-reperfusion, 47-59
Gail W. Sullivan and Joel M. Linden
Cardiovascular Research Center, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia

5. NF-kB function in inflammation, cellular stress and disease, pp. 61-73
Neil R. Chapman1, Sonia Rocha1, Ian M. Adcock2 and Neil D. Perkins1
1
School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, Dundee
2 National Heart and Lung Institute, London, United Kingdom

6. MAPping stress survival in yeasts: from the cell surface to the nucleus, pp. 75-90
Aaron Ngocky Nguyen and Kazuhiro Shiozaki
Section of Microbiology, University of California, Davis, U.S.A.

7. Calcium signaling mediated by cyclic ADP-ribose and NAADP: roles in cellular response to stress, pp. 91-104
Hon Cheung Lee
Department of Pharmacology,University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

8. The cellular and molecular basis of the detection of pain, pp. 105-119
Jennifer K. Bonnington, David R. Robinson, Vittorio Vellani and Peter A. McNaughton
Department of Pharmacology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

9. Acquired freezing tolerance in higher plants: the sensing and molecular responses to low nonfreezing temperatures, pp. 121-137
Zhanguo Xin
USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Lubbock, Texas, USA

10. Sensing and responses to low temperature in cyanobacteria, pp. 139-153
Dmitry A. Los1 and Norio Murata2
1
Institute of Plant Physiology, Moscow, Russia
2 National Institute for Basic Biology, Myodaiji, Okazaki, Japan

11. Dehydrins, pp. 155-171
Jan Svensson1, Abdelbagi M. Ismail2, Tapio E. Palva1 and Timothy J. Close3
1
Department of BiosciencesUniversity of Helsinki, Finland; 2International Rice Research Institute, Metro Manila, Philippines; 3Department of Botany & Plant Sciences, University of California, Riverside, CA,

12. Dual role of membranes in heat stress: as thermosensors they modulate the expression of stress genes and, by interacting with stress proteins, re-organize their own lipid order and functionality, pp. 173-187
László Vígh1 and Bruno Maresca2
1
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Szeged, Hungary
2University of Salerno, Faculty of Pharmacy, Fisciano-Salerno, Italy

13. Cellular adaptation to amino acid availability: mechanisms involved in the regulation of gene expression and protein metabolism, pp. 189-206
Sylvie Mordier, Alain Bruhat, Julien Averous and Pierre Fafournoux
INRA de Theix, Saint Genes Champanelle, France

14. Amino acid-dependent signal transduction, pp. 207-219
Peter F. Dubbelhuis and Alfred J. Meijer
Department of Biochemistry, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

15. Signal transduction pathways involved in the regulation of drug metabolizing enzymes, pp. 221-231
Vidya Hebbar and A.-N. Tony Kong
Department of Pharmaceutics, Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey

16. Biological action of infrared radiation, pp. 233-242
Lee Laurent-Applegate and Stéphanie Roques
University Hospital-Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland

 

17. Energy sensing and photostasis in photoautotrophs, pp. 243-255
Norman P.A. Huner1, Alexander G. Ivanov1, Kenneth E. Wilson2, Ewa Miskiewicz1, Marianna Krol1, and Gunnar Öquist3
1
Department of Plant Sciences, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada; 2 Department of Molecular Biology, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland; 3 Department of Plant Physiology, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden

18. The uncoupling proteins family: from thermogenesis to the regulation of ROS, pp. 257-268
Marie-Clotilde Alves-Guerra1, Claire Pecqueur1, Alison Shaw2, Elodie Couplan1, Maria Del Mar Gonzalez Barroso1, Daniel Ricquier1, Frédéric Bouillaud1 and Bruno Miroux1
1
CEREMOD, Meudon, France and 2EMBL, Heidelberg Germany

19. Regulation of proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis of brown adipocytes: Signal transduction pathways involved, pp. 269-282
Almudena Porras* and Manuel Benito.
Departamento de Bioquímica y Biología Molecular II, Universidad Complutensede Madrid, Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid, Spain.

20. Control analysis of metabolic depression, pp. 283-296
R. Keira Curtis, Tammie Bishop and Martin Brand
MRC Dunn Human Nutrition Unit, Cambridge, UK

21. Evolution of physiological adaptation, pp. 297-314
Douglas L. Crawford
University of Missouri-Kansas City, Missouri

22. Dynamic use of cDNA arrays: heterologous probing for gene discovery and exploration of animal adaptations in stressful environments, pp. 315-325
Sean F. Eddy and Kenneth B. Storey
Institute of Biochemistry, Carleton University, Ottawa

 

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