Tm vdc described the mechanism of passive transport liv to bunk – Ilustran photo.
Tom Jungwirth, from the state of organics chemistry and biochemistry of the Academy of Sciences R, in cooperation with colleagues from the Czech Republic and Nmeka, has described the mechanism of passive transport of the peptide to cells without proton yet. Easy transportation of the pmo into the cell is one of the pharmaceutical industry. the state informed about it in the first quarter of the press. The results of the study were published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States (PNAS).
The ability of the peptides to penetrate into the cells was first observed during the HIV study and is now used to transport the cells.
However, this is the most common cause of transport, the so-called vesicle, which separates itself from the bunnies and the obstructed transport. From the age the molecule must be released again, which, according to me, represents a technical complication for the effective transport of water.
However, peptides can also passive into the cell, without energy assistance from the beech. Jungwirth's help with fluorescence and electron microscopy and coating molecular simulations revealed a mechanism based on membrane fusion induced by the transported peptides themselves. However, according to Jungwirth, the practical use of discovery can only be speculated.
Jungwirth has long been engaging in molecular processes in cell membranes, which has been testing these processes and potentially the most effective ways to transport molecules to the city of ink.
Jungwirth has published more than 280 works in international affairs, including Science, Nature Chemistry and PNAS. He is the editor of the Journal of Physical Chemistry published by the American Chemical Society. Vdu popularizes even in the Respect week in eskm radio and esk television.