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Enzymology in vivo

Author: E E Bittar; Kevin M Brindle
Publisher: Greenwich, Conn. : JAI Press, 1995.
Series: Advances in molecular and cell biology, v. 11.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume describes some of the approaches that have been used to study enzymes in vivo. Metabolic control analysis provides a relatively simple framework with which to relate flux in a metabolic pathway to the kinetic properties of the component enzymes. More importantly it shows us how the importance of an enzyme in controlling flux in a pathway can be quantitated experimentally from measurements on the intact  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: E E Bittar; Kevin M Brindle
ISBN: 1559388447 9781559388443
OCLC Number: 464869118
Description: 1 online resource (x, 271 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Contents. List of Contributors. Preface (K.M. Brindle). Metabolic Channeling in Organized Enzyme Systems: Experiments and Models (P. Mendes, D.B. Kell, and G.R. Welch). Metabolic Control Analysis in Theory and Practice (A. Cornish-Bowden). Experimental Approaches to Studying Enzymes IN VIVO: The Application of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Methods to Genetically Manipulated Organisms. (S. Williams, A.M. Fulton, and K.M. Brindle). Glycolysis IN VIVO: Fluorescence Microscopy as a Tool for Studying Enzyme Organization in Living Cells (L. Pagliaro). The Cooperative Behavior of Krebs Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle Enzymes (P.A. Srere, C.R. Malloy, A. D. Sherry, and B. Sumegi). NMR Studies of Erythrocyte Metabolism (H.A. Berthon and P.W. Kuchel). Studies of Physiological Control of ATP Synthesis (K.F. LaNoue and c. Doumen). Hepatic High Energy Phosphate Metabolism in Transgenic Livers Expressing Creative Kinase as Revealed by (3)(1)P NMR (A.P. Koretsky, K.R. Miller, and J.M. Halow). Index.
Series Title: Advances in molecular and cell biology, v. 11.
Responsibility: Series editor, E. Edward Bittar, Guest ed.: Kevin M. Brindle.

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Metabolic control analysis provides a relatively simple framework with which to relate flux in a metabolic pathway to the kinetic properties of the component enzymes. This title describes some of the  Read more...

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