Membrane Biogenesis – is a scientific term related with Biology. More particularly this term is used in the department of Molecular and Cell Biology. The body of human beings, animals and plants are made up of cells. Scientific researches in the formation of human cells lead to unearth facts and data required for the medical fraternity. Findings of researches on this subject are most helpful in genetic engineering of plants and crops in the Agricultural Industry.
Membrane Biogenesis – facts
A membrane is the thin layer of tissues – made up of cells – basically to protect a surface and connect the concerned mass of cells with other parts of the body of all living things – human, animal or plant.
The Membrane Biogenesis is a process taking place inside a cell, where some proteins and lipids are active in building the cell membrane.
Researches on the subject:
Universities are engaged in writing thesis on Molecular Biology, for the purpose of education and recording data for further investigation on the given subject. Membrane Biogenesis is studied closely to identify the pathways of molecular transportation, the enzymes involved and the carriers of lipids and proteins in the formation of membrane. The research results are recorded in the appropriate way, for references in future.
Books on Intra-cellular Protein Transport:
Many books have been published online and in printed text, by eminent authors in the fields of Biology and Biochemistry, describing their researches and studies made on Membrane Biogenesis. The transportation of proteins (prokaryotic and eukaryotic membrane systems) is considered in detail in these books, explaining the process
Researches on human cells:
Plasma Membrane – is the outer cover of cells in bodies of human beings and animals. In plants, fungi or some bacteria it is located beneath the wall of the cells. Plasma Membrane has two layers – phospholipids and embedded proteins. It is this Plasma Membrane that separates the contents of cells from the outside environment. Importantly the Plasma Membrane is the protector of human blood cells.
Now the researches made by scientists in Membrane Biogenesis – like the internalization of the Plasma Membrane components for instance – are very useful in widening knowledge on the combination, building and functions of the blood cells.
Benefits of researches on the subject:
These experimental cell researches will go a long way in finding preventive as well as curative medicines, for many diseases relating to the body cells – more specifically the blood cells – of human beings.
For the Agricultural Industry – especially in finding alternative natural resources for energy production, using biochemistry and genetic engineering of plants – these researches on Membrane Biogenesis will be of great use.