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That occur in axons and dendrites distant from the cell nucleus. For example, axonal guidance during development, or remodeling of dendritic spines in response to local input, each involves many different complex control systems that are highly localized and largely autonomous. . MEMBRANE PROTEINS 24 Membrane integral proteins have transmembrane domains that insert directly into lipid bilayers 24 Many transmembrane proteins that mediate intracellular signaling form complexes with both intra- and extracellular proteins 25 Membrane associations can occur by selective protein binding to lipid head groups 25 BIOLOGICAL MEMBRANES 25 The fluidity of lipid bilayers permits dynamic interactions among membrane proteins 25 The lipid compositions of plasma membranes, endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi membranes are distinct 26 Cholesterol transport and regulation in the central nervous system is distinct from that of peripheral tissues 26 In adult brain most cholesterol synthesis occurs in astrocytes 26 The astrocytic cholesterol supply to neurons is important for neuronal development and remodeling 27 The structure and roles of membrane microdomains (rafts) in cell membranes are under intensive study but many aspects are still unresolved 28 Mechanical functions of cells require interactions between integral membrane proteins and the cytoskeleton 29 The spectrin–ankyrin network comprises a general form of membrane-organizing cytoskeleton within which a variety of membrane–cytoskeletal specializations are interspersed 29 Interaction of rafts with cytoskeleton is suggested by the results of video microscopy 29 PHOSPHOLIPID BILAYERS Cells are bounded by proteins arrayed in lipid bilayers.
The astrocytic process contains a bundle of closely packed filaments with no cross-bridges, flanked by several microtubules. Sometimes, a lumen can be seen within a filament. ×60,000. occur between adjacent astrocytic processes. The latter also occur between astrocyte processes and myelin. In addition to protoplasmic and fibrous forms, regional specialization occurs among astrocytes. The outer membranes of astrocytes located in subpial zones and those facing blood vessels (which are in most cases formed from invaginations of the pial surface as blood vessels penetrated into the CNS from the meningeal surface during development), possess a specialized thickening, sometimes called ‘hemidesmosomes’.
Beaded smooth endoplasmic reticulum sacs are also seen. ×5,000. 17 FIGURE 1-21 A transverse section of the node of Ranvier (7–8 µm across) of a large fiber shows a prominent complex of Schwann cell fingers around an axon highlighted by its subaxolemmal densification and closely packed organelles. The Schwann cell fingers arise from an outer collar of flattened cytoplasm and abut the axon at regular intervals of approximately 80 nm. The basal lamina of the nerve fiber encircles the entire complex.
Basic Neurochemistry. Molecular, Cellular and Medical Aspects by George M.D. Siegel, R. Wayne Ph.D Albers, Scott Ph.D Brady, Donald M.D. Price, American Society for Neurochem