By E. Buddecke, H. Kresse, G. Segeth, K. V. Figura (auth.), Professor Dr. Reinhard Fricke, Professor Dr. Fritz Hartmann (eds.)
connective tissues are crucial for the actual functioning of the animals's physique. The situation of some of the connective tissues is ruled through biochemical components, anabolism and catabolism, which are managed through particular enzymes. Any swap outdoor the conventional variety of metabolism, for example brought on by means of immunological reactions, might set off a pathological disturbance. the outcome could be acute or continual irritation, or lack of common functionality, expressed in loosening, dilatation, breaking, put on, stiffness, shrinking, scars, stenosis, and cirrhosis or the other type of fibrosis. a primary step towards bettering our realizing of the suggestions mecha nism that continues the organic prestige and texture of a given connective tissue is to mix what's identified approximately synthesis and enzymatic degradation of the parts of fibers and floor substance. universal pathological phenomena like continual irritation of immune reactions should be both the results of the reason for disturbances within the delicate stability of connective tissue metabolism. these days con nective tissues are much less and not more considered as brady trophic tissue yet fairly as a stimulating and many-sided challenge of analysis. ahead of we will be able to comprehend the pathogenesis of the connective tissue ailments that lead to the damaging tactics pointed out above, uncomplicated study could be worthwhile. This examine might be furthered by means of a continuing trade of data and the result of· observations. to advertise this alternate of data among scientists, symposia on connective tissue learn are geared up at common intervals.
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0) Ch-4-S side chains of 32 disaccharide units. , 1969). 8) longer Ch-4-S side chains of 38 and more disaccharide units (Kleine and Hilz, 1969b). The "PPL" fraction proved to be extremely heterogeneous when two different fractionation methods were applied: CsCI density gradient centrifugation of the partially purified "PPL" fraction (see Diagram 1) yields three proteoglycan fractions (Fig. 1). , 1969; Kleine and Hilz, 1969b, 1970). 21), by increasing chain lengths (31 to 38 disaccharide units) and by different glucosamine/galactosamine and protein contents.
CSII Fig. 4. Circular dichroism of the peptidokeratan sulfates KS I (11,111) (---) and KS IV (---) and the peptidochondroitin sulfate CS II ( .... ) (ex] 2000 - - - KS I (l1,m) ------ KSIV .. - CSII Fig. 5. Optical rotatory dispersion of the peptidokeratan sulfates KS I (II, III) (--) and KS IV (---) and the peptidochondroitin sulfate CS II ( ... ) 43 5 200 300 400 , 500 , nm 600 , -5 -10 -----AD complex of CS" -AD complex of KSIV -30 Flg. 6. CD spectra of the acrldln orange complexes of the peptldokeratan sulfate KS IV (---) and the peptldochondroltln sulfate CS II (---) -35 200 300 400 500 nm 600 2 -3 -4 -8 -9 -10 Flg.
1969, 1970a, b; Schubert and Hamerman, 1968). In calf rib cartilage 75 to 80% of the proteochondroitin-4-sulfate together with glycoproteins and collagen can be dissolved by this procedure (see Diagram 1) (Kleine and Hilz, 1968a, 1969b, 1970). 0) Ch-4-S side chains of 32 disaccharide units. , 1969). 8) longer Ch-4-S side chains of 38 and more disaccharide units (Kleine and Hilz, 1969b). The "PPL" fraction proved to be extremely heterogeneous when two different fractionation methods were applied: CsCI density gradient centrifugation of the partially purified "PPL" fraction (see Diagram 1) yields three proteoglycan fractions (Fig.
Connective Tissues: Biochemistry and Pathophysiology by E. Buddecke, H. Kresse, G. Segeth, K. V. Figura (auth.), Professor Dr. Reinhard Fricke, Professor Dr. Fritz Hartmann (eds.)