Cell Biology Assays: Essential Methods by Kreitzer GeriCell Biology Assays: Essential Methods by Kreitzer Geri

Cell Biology Assays: Essential Methods

byKreitzer GeriEditorJulio E. Celis

Paperback | November 6, 2009

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This text provides comprehensive protocols essential methods across cell biology. The techniques in this text are presented in a friendly step-by-step fashion, providing useful tips and potential pitfalls while enabling researchers at all stages to embark on basic problems using a variety of technologies and model systems.



  • Provides researchers with solutions in lab environments
  • Features an array of essential methods, including endocytic pathways, membranes, mitochondria, and in vitro motility
  • Information on a plethora of technologies needed to tackle complex problems
A native of Chile, Dr. Julio E. Celis received his bachelor's degree from the University of Chile in 1964, and then completed his Ph.D. in the United States at the University of Iowa. After his postdoctoral training at the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, England, he went on to become an assistant ...
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Title:Cell Biology Assays: Essential MethodsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:298 pages, 9.25 × 7.5 × 0.68 inPublished:November 6, 2009Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0123751527

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Table of Contents

  1. Permeabilized Epithelial Cells to Study Exocytic Membrane Transport
  2. Studying Excit and Surface Delivery of Post-Golgi Transport Intermediates Using in vitro and Live-Cell Microscopy-Based Approaches
  3. Assays Measuring Membrane Transport in the Endocytic Pathway
  4. Microsome-Based Assay for Analysis of Endoplasmic Reticulum to Golgi Transport In Mammalian Cells
  5. Cotranslational Translocation of Proteins into Microsomes Derived from the Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum of Mammalian Cells
  6. Use of Permeabilsed Mast Cells to Analyze Regulated Exocytosis
  7. Syringe Loading: A Method for Assessing Plasma Membrane Function as a Reflection of Mechanically Induced Cell Loading
  8. Cell Surface Biotinylation and Other Techniques for Determination of Surface Polarity of Epithelial Monolayers
  9. Protein Translocation into Mitochondria
  10. Polarographic Assays of Mitochrondrial Functions
  11. Analysis of Nuclear Protein Import and Export in Digitonin-Permeabilized Cells
  12. Heterokaryons: An Assay for Nucleocytoplasmic Shuttling
  13. DNA Replication-Dependent Chromatin Assembly System
  14. Cygnets: Intracellular Guanosine 3 ,5-Cycli Monophosphate Sensing in Primary Cells Using Fluorescence Energy Transfer
  15. Ca2+ as a Second Messenger: New Reporters for Calcium (Cameleons and Camgaroos)
  16. Ratiometric Pericam
  17. Fuorescent Indicators for Imaging Protein Phosphorylation in Single Living Cells
  18. In Situ Electroporation of Radioactive Nucleotides: Assessment of Ras Activity or 32P Labeling of Cellular Proteins
  19. Dissecting Pathways; in Situ Electroporation for the Study of Signal Transduction and Gap Junctional Communication
  20. Detection of Protein-Protein Interactions in vivo Using Cyan and Yellow Fluorescent Proteins
  21. Tracking Individual Chromosomes with Integrated Arrays of Iacop Sites and GFP-laci Repressor: Analyzing Position and Dynamics of Chromosomal Loci in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  22. Microtubule Motility Assays
  23. In vitro Assays for Mitotic Spindle Assembly and Function
  24. In vitro Motility Assays with Actin
  25. Use of Brain Cytosolic Extracts for Studying Actin-Based Motility of Listeria monocytogenes
  26. Pedestal Formation by Pathogenic Escherichia coli: A Model System for Studying Signal Transduction to the Actin Cytoskeleton
  27. Listeria monocytogenes: Techniques to Analyze Bacterial Infection in vitro
  28. Measurement of Cellular Contractile Forces Using Patterned Elastomer