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Describes Iron metabolism inside our body
Iron atoms floating in the blood stream are collected by Transferrin, then transported to various cells for storage. Protein containers like Ferritin store up to ~4500 iron atoms inside their hollow protein core.
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Erythrocytes, Hemoglobin & the Iron Cycle
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An introduction to the research of Dr. Paul Lindahl in the Chemistry and Bio/Bio Departments at TAMU. The major project in Dr. Lindahl's group involves probing iron trafficking in cells using an integrative biophysical approach centered on Mössbauer spectroscopy. Most current studies involve yeast, but human Jurkat cells and mice are also being investigated. Liquid chromatography is used to isolate iron trafficking complexes. A second project involves biomathematics. In collaboration with mathematician Professor Jeffrey Morgan at the University of Houston, frameworks for modeling whole cells growing and dividing are being designed. Of particular interest is the assembly, positioning and contraction of cytoskeletal rings that form during cytokinesis. Dynamical models are developed and installed into the framework. Visit the TAMU Bio/Bio Webpage: http://biochemistry.tamu.edu/ See more info on Paul Lindahl: http://biochemistry.tamu.edu/?ch=faculty&sec=name&pp=lindahl
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