Steroid passive diffusion

Likewise, a novel isoform of ERβ, termed ERβ2, containing an in-frame insertion of an exon of 54 nucleotides, resulting in an insertion of 18 amino acids in the LBD, was recently identified first by screening rat prostate cDNA library, and is also expressed in human cell lines. 43 ERβ2 binds E 2 with lower affinity (Kd = 8 nM) than ERβ1 (Kd = 1 nM). At least 10 splice variants of ERβ have been identified. 44 , 45 , 46 , 47 , 48 , 49 , 50 , 51 , 52 , 53 , 54 , 55

Symptoms of Addison’s disease include chronic fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, muscle weakness, low blood pressure, salt cravings, dehydration, hypoglycaemia, loss of appetite and weight, increased pigmentation of skin, irregular menstrual periods in women and mood swings or mental confusion. In children and adolescents, these symptoms can develop quickly and in adults, it can take decades. Many of the symptoms are similar to those of other diseases, rendering diagnosis difficult. In severe cases, Addison’s disease can lead to death if it is not treated.

The mechanisms of mineralization are not fully understood. Fluorescent, low-molecular weight compounds such as tetracycline or calcein bind strongly to bone mineral, when administered for short periods. They then accumulate in narrow bands in the new bone. [28] These bands run across the contiguous group of bone-forming osteoblasts. They occur at a narrow (sub- micrometer ) mineralization front. Most bone surfaces express no new bone formation, no tetracycline uptake and no mineral formation. This strongly suggests that facilitated or active transport , coordinated across the bone-forming group, is involved in bone formation, and that only cell-mediated mineral formation occurs. That is, dietary calcium does not create mineral by mass action.

A key idea related to diffusion is the idea of a concentration gradient . A gradient is a slope. In the same way that a ball will roll down a slope, molecules in a fluid will move down a concentration gradient, spreading out from higher concentration to lower concentration. So when you think of diffusion, just imagine that the diffusing molecules are flowing down a slope, moving from where they’re more concentrated (on the left side of this diagram) to more concentrated (on the right side). The -ΔG indicates that this process is spontaneous  . You don’t have to add any outside energy to this system to make diffusion happen (and we’ll learn more about spontaneity in an upcoming module).

Steroid passive diffusion

steroid passive diffusion

A key idea related to diffusion is the idea of a concentration gradient . A gradient is a slope. In the same way that a ball will roll down a slope, molecules in a fluid will move down a concentration gradient, spreading out from higher concentration to lower concentration. So when you think of diffusion, just imagine that the diffusing molecules are flowing down a slope, moving from where they’re more concentrated (on the left side of this diagram) to more concentrated (on the right side). The -ΔG indicates that this process is spontaneous  . You don’t have to add any outside energy to this system to make diffusion happen (and we’ll learn more about spontaneity in an upcoming module).

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