SEROV Alexander, TCHEBYKIN Alexey/Russia
(born in 1966 in Kostroma)
1984-86 - Service in the Soviet army.
After army worked at the factory "Tekmash".
Since 1993 - works the art-designer at marketing center "Elix"
The participant of the art projects.
(born in 1961 in Lysva, Perm region)
1978 began study in a Building college.
1979-81 services in a Far East boundary district
1981-89 studies in Leningrad Engineering Building Institute.
1990-1991 worked in "ArchProject", Kostroma
Since 1993 - director of advertising agency "Elix", Kostroma
1981 - 1993 creates about two tens interiors.
1987- participants "of the first exhibition - auction" of painting in Leningrad.
1995 - curator of the exhibition "Vinyl art in advertising".
"0", 2001, photo
During the whole life time the biological membranes, along with the cytoskeleton, shape the structure of the living cell. The cellular or cytoplasmic membrane surrounds each cell.
All the intracellular structures: mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgy apparatus, lysosomes, peroxisomes, phagesomes, synaptosomes, etc are the secluded membrane vesicles.
Each type of membrane contains a specific set of albumen - receptors and ferments; but the basis of any membrane is the bimolecular layer of lipids (the lipidic bilayer), which, in any membrane, performs two main functions: a barrier for ions and molecules, and the vital structural base ("matrix of life") for receptors and ferments functioning.
The lipidic bilayers are made by the amphiphilic molecules of the phospholipins and sphyngomieline in the aqueous phase. The membranes' lipids are mainly composed of phospholipins, sphyngomielines and cholesterol.
For instance, in the membranes of the red corpuscles of a human they account for 36, 30 and 22% accordingly in the weight; and glycolipins account for 12%.
When the actions aimed at the executional killing of the biological membranes, as well as the cytoskeleton, are performed, then takes place the hyperdecomposition of the phospholipins, phosphatidilethanolamines that in the chemical composition are complex ethers of the triatomic spirit of glycerin with two fatty acids; from the third hydroxyl group the orthophosphate is disconnected, and from it - a small organic molecule that is characteristic of each kind of phospholipins.
In the considered case this is the ethanolamine, but it can also be choline, inositol, serine and some other molecules. The membranes' lipidic layer also loses cholesterol and sphyngomielines.