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Cell Biology- Section 2, week 2 of notes

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This is the second week of notes from Chumley's section
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Date Created: 02/23/16
Cell biology- Chumley Lecture 2, week 2 - Secondary active transport: o Glucose and Na+ o SGLD1 protein utilizes secondary active transport o There is energy involved - Channels have a weaker bond to the solutes vs pumps - The energy to move ions against their electrochemical gradient can come directly from ATP and the electrochemical gradient - Neutrophils rolling inside the membrane of the capillary o Neutrophils use lectins to bind in the glycolylax membrane o Sugar residues are involved o ATP isn’t involved - Ca2+ getting in and out of the cell o PMCA: in the plasma membrane takes ATP to power it  Takes Ca2+ out of the cell] o SERCA: in the membrane or SR or ER takes ATP to power it  Takes Ca2+ and pumps it back into the SR or ER - Coupled transporters: o Uniport transports one solute, doesn’t couple the transport of one solute with another solute o Symport the two solutes move in one direction (they can use ATP)  SGLT1 glucose and Na+ o Antiport the two solutes move in different directions (they can use ATP)  Na+, K+ pump o THERE IS NEVER NOT AN ELECTROCHEMICAL GRADIENT o LOOK AT THE EXAMPLES OF TRANSMEMBRANE PUMPS - Channels: o Solute moves down its electrochemical gradient o K+ pump  Vestibule K+ ions are surrounded by water  Too big to go through the pore  Water needs to be ripped off  Selectivity filter filter that allows one some ions to go through  Lined by carbonyl Oxygens (C=O: :O=C)  Distance of oxygens are the selectivity filter - In the previous example of a K+ channel, Na+ can’t go through because… o Na+ is smaller than K+ and thus doesn’t interact with the selectivity filter tightly enough - Most channels are closed, and they all need some sort of signal to open - At the end of hair cells, there is a K+ channel at the end of the filaments o The hair cells vibrate on the tectorial membrane o The stereocilia on the hair cell goes one way, they open, goes the other way, they close o The liquid on the outside of the hair cells has a higher concentration than on the inside of the hair cells K+ rushes in - If there is no K+ outside of the hair cells… o Sensory cells release neurotransmitters (acetylcholine) o Ca2+ rushes in, and allows the vesicles to fuse and for the neurotransmitter to be released  Sag Gets ramped up with K+ comes in


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