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Progress in biophysics and molecular biology. Volume 32

Author: J A V Butler; Denis Noble
Publisher: Oxford : Pergamon Press, 1978.
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Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, Volume 32 summarizes the significant progress that has been made in the fields of biophysics and molecular biology. Topics range from metabolic regulation and transfer RNA to cellular metabolism and prokaryotic and eukaryotic ribosomes. This volume consists of five chapters and begins with a discussion of mathematical models used in the study of metabolic regulation,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Butler, J.A.V.
Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J A V Butler; Denis Noble
ISBN: 9781483144412 1483144410
OCLC Number: 897642417
Notes: Contents of previous volumes.
Description: 1 online resource (329 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; PROVISIONAL CONTENTS OF FUTURE VOLUMES; Chapter 1. METABOLIC REGULATION AND MATHEMATICAL MODELS; I. INTRODUCTION; II. MODELING AS A METHOD FOR THE STUDY OF THE METABOLIC REGULATION; III. MATHEMATICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE DYNAMICS OF METABOLIC SYSTEMS; IV. CONTROL OF STEADY AND TRANSIENT STATES; V. MODELS OF THE GLYCOLYTIC SYSTEM; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 2. MINOR COMPONENTS IN TRANSFER RNA: THE LOCATION-FUNCTION RELATIONSHIPS; I. INTRODUCTION. II. FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MINOR COMPONENTS DEPENDING ON THEIR LOCATION IN THE tRNA MOLECULEIII. POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF tRNA FIXATION IN THE RIBOSOME INVOLVING SOME MINOR COMPONENTS OF tRNA; IV. SUMMARY; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 3. ON THE ROLE OF ORGANIZED MULTIENZYME SYSTEMS IN CELLULAR METABOLISM: A GENERAL SYNTHESIS; I. INTRODUCTION; II. ENZYME ORGANIZATION IN RELATION TO THE PROPERTIES OF THE INTRACELLULAR MILIEU: AN OVERVIEW; III. KINETIC ASPECTS OF ENZYME AGGREGATION AND COMPARTMENTATION; IV. ON THE EVOLUTION OF CLUSTERED MULTIENZYME SYSTEMS. V. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONSNOTE ADDED IN PROOF; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 4. STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC RIBOSOMES; I. INTRODUCTION; II. BACTERIAL RIBOSOMES; III. EUKARYOTIC (CYTOPLASMIC) RIBOSOMES; IV. RIBOSOMES OF SUBCELLULAR ORGANELLES; V. CONCLUDING REMARKS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 5. THE STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS OF TRANSFER RNA; I. INTRODUCTION; II. THE PRIMARY STRUCTURES OF TRANSFER RNAs; III. THE TERTIARY STRUCTURE OF YEAST tRNAPhe FROM X-RAY DIFFRACTION ANALYSIS. IV. THE CRYSTALLINE tRNA STRUCTURE REPRESENTS THE STRUCTURE IN SOLUTION AND ISPROBABLY COMMON TO ALL tRNAsV. THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF TRANSFER RNA; VI. THE STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR SPECIFIC AMINOACYLATION OF EACH tRNA BY ITS COGNATE AMINOACYL tRNA SYNTHETASE; VII. TRANSFER RNA STRUCTURE-FUNCTION RELATIONSHIPS IN RIBOSOME-MEDIATED PROTEIN SYNTHESIS; VIII. THE INVOLVEMENT OF TRANSFER RNAs IN OTHER CELLULAR PROCESSES; IX. CONCLUSIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; SUBJECT INDEX; NAME INDEX OF AUTHORS OF ARTICLES IN PREVIOUS VOLUMES; SUBJECT INDEX OF TITLES OF PREVIOUS VOLUMES.
Responsibility: editors, J.A.V. Butler, D. Noble.

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Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, Volume 32 summarizes the significant progress that has been made in the fields of biophysics and molecular biology. Topics range from metabolic regulation and transfer RNA to cellular metabolism and prokaryotic and eukaryotic ribosomes. This volume consists of five chapters and begins with a discussion of mathematical models used in the study of metabolic regulation, with emphasis on the energy metabolism of eukaryotes. The next chapter examines the possible functions of transfer RNA minor components, paying particular attention to the principle of.

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