By Professor Patrick F. Dillon
The power round us -- Molecular contacts -- Diffusion and directed shipping -- strength construction -- strength and flow -- Load bearing -- Fluid and ventilation -- Biophysical interfaces : floor rigidity and membrane structural homes -- Membrane electric homes -- Agonist activation and research -- balance, complexity and non-linear structures
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In the case of physiologically important metal ions, there is a large range in the duration of the binding between the metal ion and the molecule it binds. Some of these bonds, once formed, are never broken, while others have a transient lifetime appropriate for control mechanisms. The coordination bonds formed between the metal and the organic molecule depend on multiple factors. Critical elements in bond formation include the afﬁnity between the two elements, the structural elements of the molecule, the molecular reactions the molecule is involved in and the relative concentrations of the metal and molecule.
The antibody must bind long enough, that is, have a long enough retention time, to activate the non-speciﬁc response, the reaction time. For a normal immune response, the binding is very strong, and the retention time will be sufﬁcient to activate the response and eliminate the antigen. Thus, normal infections are gone within weeks. If the binding is weak, however, the antibody (or T cell) may not have a long enough retention time to trigger the immune response and remove the antigen. The duration of binding, however, is not a set time, but reﬂects the probability of dissociation.
Biophysics: A physiological approach by Professor Patrick F. Dillon