Search for dissertations about: "MIP"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 138 swedish dissertations containing the word MIP.

  1. 1. Plant Major Intrinsic Proteins - natural variation and evolution

    Author : Jonas Danielson; Biokemi och Strukturbiologi; []
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; MIP; aquaporin; plant; natural variation; evolution; Arabidopsis; Physcomitrella patens; NIP; XIP;

    Abstract : Major Intrinsic Proteins (MIPs, also called Aquaporins, AQPs) are channel forming membrane proteins. Although initially functionally characterized and named after their water channeling property in human red blood cells, it has become increasingly evident that MIPs are present in all types of organisms and transport a variety of small, uncharged molecules besides water. READ MORE

  2. 2. Structure, Function and Regulation of Fps1p. A Eukaryotic Solute Efflux Channel

    Author : Kristina Hedfalk; Chalmers University of Technology; []
    Keywords : NPA-motif; Fps1p; regulation; overexpression; osmoadaptation; glycerol facilitator; MIP;

    Abstract : Integral membrane proteins belonging to the Major Intrinsic Protein (MIP) family can be found in all kingdoms of life. MIPs are transporters of water, small neutral solutes and possibly ions, and hence are important for osmoregulation at different levels. READ MORE

  3. 3. Plasma Membrane Proteomics and Functional Characterization & Expression Profiling of Plant Aquaporins

    Author : Erik Alexandersson; Biokemi och Strukturbiologi; []
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; Växtbiokemi; Plant biochemistry; phosphorylation; barley; GFP; GUS; quantitative real-time reverse transcriptase PCR; microarray; aquaporin; MIP; Arabidopsis; plasma membrane; proteomics;

    Abstract : In order to identify integral and peripheral proteins associated with the plasma membrane (PM), highly purified Arabidopsis PMs were analyzed by mass spectrometry. In total, 238 putative PM proteins were identified, of which 114 were predicted to have transmembrane domains or to be PM-anchored. READ MORE

  4. 4. Bioelectronic Nanosensor Devices for Environmental and Biomedical Analysis

    Author : Klas Risveden; Tillämpad biokemi; []
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; Regional Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor; Region Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor; RISFET; Conducting channel; Bioelectronic Nanosensor; Bioelectronic; Biosensor; Nanosensor; Chemical Sensor; Sensor; Semiconductor sensor; Single molecule trapping; Scaling; Protein trapping; Nanoelectronics; Lab-on-a-chip; pico-ammeter; Nanobiosensor; Sample Applicator; Sequential Batch Analysis; Sequential Batch Analysis System; SBAS; Nanowire; Branched nanowire structure; Nanotree; Nanorod; Nano processing; Micro processing; Electron Beam Lithography; EBL; UV-lithography; Molecular Imprinting; DUV-lithography; Moleculary Imprinted Polymers; MIP; Biomimetics; QCM; Biomimetic sensor; Quartz Crystal Microbalance; QCM-D; Nanoparticles; Acetylcholine esterase; Glucose oxidase; Glucose; Gluconolactone; Propranolol; Gluconate; Carbofuran; Neurotoxic; Environmental analysis; Biomedical Analysis; Biotechnology; Medicine; Pesticide; Food Technology; Analyis; Flow Injection Analysis; FIA; Scanning Probe Microscopy; Scanning Kelvin Probe Microscopy; SPM; KPM; AFM; SKM; KPFM; SKPM; Nanostructures.; Atomic Force Microscopy; KFM;

    Abstract : A new type of Bioelectronic Nanosensor Device with potential applications in medicine,biotechnology and environmental analysis was designed. The nanosensor is based on RISFET (Regional Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor) technology. READ MORE

  5. 5. Plant Aquaporins: A study of expression, localization, specificity, and regulation

    Author : Sara Sjövall Larsen; Biokemi och Strukturbiologi; []
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; Växtbiokemi; Plant biochemistry; phosphorylation; protein kinase; overexpression; NIP; MIP; plant; aquaporin;

    Abstract : Aquaporins, or Major Intrinsic Proteins (MIPs), are integral proteins that facilitate transport of water and other small neutral solutes across biological membranes. They belong to a well conserved and ancient family of proteins, present in all organisms ranging from bacteria to plants and humans. READ MORE