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Trends in Biotechnology
The crowded cell
The following pictures are selected to
give you an idea.
The cell does not have many big
spaces in it.
The cell is really very crowded.
"Illustrations by David S. Goodsell, the
Scripps Research Institute."
The cell can do many things to manage
what happens in the cell.
Different proteins, so different
reactions and products, can be
localized to different areas of the cell.
Other molecules can be used to
organize the cell processes.
Compare the following drawing
of the crowded phosholipid
bilayer, with a ‘normal’ diagram
of a cell.
One
phosholipid
molecule.
An image
of a
membrane
without
cholesterol
An image
of a
membrane
with
cholesterol
National
Institute of
Standards and
Technology
(NIST)
A Trend in Biotechnology:
Information is being integrated in many ways.
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