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The Resonant Recognition Model of Macromolecular Bioactivity : Theory and Applications

Author: Irena Cosic
Publisher: Basel : Birkhäuser Basel, 1997.
Series: BioMethods.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Biological processes in any living organism are based on selective interactions be- tween particular biomolecules. If protein conductivity were introduced, then charges mov- ing through the protein  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Irena Cosic
ISBN: 9783034874755 3034874758 9783034874779 3034874774
OCLC Number: 840290207
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: 1 Introduction.- 1.1 Structure-function relationships in proteins and DNA: definition of the problem.- 1.2 Existing approaches and their limitations.- Primary, secondary and tertiary structure analysis.- Three-dimensional protein structure: importance of function.- Three-dimensional protein structure: predictions.- 1.3 Novelty of the RRM model.- 1.4 Applications of the RRM.- 2 RRM Basic Concepts.- 2.1 Definition of macromolecular functional characteristics: characteristic frequency.- 2.2 Problems in FFT calculations within the RRM.- 3 The Physical Meaning of the RRM.- 3.1 Charge transfer through the protein backbone.- 3.2 Correlation of the RRM characteristic frequency with absorption spectra of light-absorbing proteins.- 3.3 Correlation of RRM characteristic frequency with low-intensity light effects on cell proliferation.- 3.4 Correlation between predicted and measured characteristic frequency of chymotrypsin activation.- 3.5 Photoreceptors with similar structures but different absorptions can be distinguished using the RRM.- 3.6 Frequency range of macromolecular interactions.- 4 Relation Between the RRM and 3D Protein Structures.- 4.1 Definition of "hot spots" in terms of the RRM.- 4.2 Example of heme-containing proteins.- Myoglobins and hemoglobins.- Cytochrome C.- Lysozymes.- 4.3 Discussion.- 5 Prediction of Functionally Active Sites and Functional Mutations.- 5.1 Hot spot predictions in DNA: example of the SV40 enhancer.- 5.2 Hot spot predictions in proteins: example of IL-2.- 5.3 Hot spot predictions in EGF.- 5.4 Active site prediction: example of protease-protease inhibitor interactions.- 5.5 Oncogenes and their activity: example of ras proteins.- 5.6 Definition of sequence function.- Definition of DNA segment function.- Definition of protein or protein segment function.- 6 Protein Interactions.- 6.1 Protein-protein interactions: frequency requirements.- Interaction of protease-protease inhibitors.- Interaction of IGF-IGF binding proteins.- 6.2 Protein-protein interactions: phase requirements.- Interaction of NGF-NGF receptors.- Interaction of IL-2-IL-2 receptors.- Interaction of immunoglobulin VHIII and protein A.- 6.3 Protein-DNA interactions.- Protein-DNA interactions: structural requirements.- Protein-DNA interactions: frequency requirements.- New possibilities: ras-DNA interaction.- 7 Bioactive Peptide Design.- 7.1 Procedures: example of design of glucagon analogues.- 7.2 NGF analogue design and possible applications.- 7.3 Design of FGF analogues and application in limiting solid tumour growth.- 7.4 HIV-related peptides that mimic HIV immunogenicity.- 7.5 Activity of HIV-1-inhibiting peptides.- 7.6 New concept of HIV activity.- 8 Conclusions.- 8.1 New concept in molecular biology, new point of view.- 8.2 Advances in theory: macromolecular physics.- 8.3 Advances in molecular biology; design of new pharmaceuticals.- References.
Series Title: BioMethods.
Responsibility: by Irena Cosic.

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