The fluidity of the plasmalemma has well-established clinical significance. Which of the following molecules decreases the cell membrane fluidity?
A patient with a chromosomal complement of XXY has
A patient with cancer possesses cells that are undergoing mitosis at a very rapid rate. The contractile rings that are formed during cytokinesis are composed of
The tensile strength of the healing wound about a week after the cut surfaces of the skin are sutured to each other is about 10% of the normal tensile strength of skin. The initial weakness of the dermis during wound healing is due to the material elaborated by fibroblasts to close the wound in a very rapid fashion. This material is
type III collagen
An African-American patient had surgery, and a very thick, elevated growth has formed at the site of the skin incision. This elevated growth is known as a keloid and is due to the excessive accumulation of
type I collagen
Which of the following techniques is most commonly used to locate glyscogen in cells?