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Structural biology of the complement system

Author: J D Lambris; Dimitrios Morikis
Publisher: Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD for computer : Document   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Structural Biology of the Complement System is devoted to the full exploration of structural aspects of the complement system, with special consideration of the links between molecular structure and function." "Containing the work of leading authorities across the disciplines of immunology and structural biology, the book serves as both an introductory volume for newcomers to the field and as a comprehensive  Read more...
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Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J D Lambris; Dimitrios Morikis
ISBN: 0824725409 9780824725402
OCLC Number: 56493869
Description: 370 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Details: System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: For PC and Microsoft Windows 98 or above. Optimized for viewing with Microsoft Internet Explorer. You need Adobe Reader to view the PDF files. The contents of the CD can be viewed with other operating systems and browsers, but the executable program RASTOP runs on PC/Windows only.
Contents: The building blocks of the complement system / Dimitrios Morikis and John D. Lambris --
Complement control protein modules in the regulators of complement activation / Dinesh C. Soares and Paul N. Barlow --
The classical pathway C1 complex / Gerard J. Arlaud, Christine Gaboriaud, Nicole M. Thielens, Lynn A. Gregory, Jordi Juanhuix, Veronique Rossi, and Juan C. Fontecilla-Camps --
Factors D and B: substrate-inducible serine proteases of the alternative pathway of complement activtion / Yuanyuan Xu, Karthe Ponnuraj, Sthanam V.L. Narayana, and John E. Volanakis --
The structure of human complement fragments C3d and C4Ad and the functional insights that they have provided / David E. Isenman and Jean M.H. van den Elsen --
Complement receptor CR2/CD21 and CR2-C3d complexes / Jonathan P. Hannan, Gerda Szakonyi, Rengasamy Asokan, Xiaojiang Chen, and V. Michael Holers --
Structure of the anaphylatoxins C3a and C5a / Dimitrios Morikis, M. Claire H. Holland, and John D. Lambris --
C3b/C4b binding site of complement receptore type 1 (CR1, CD35) / Malgorzata Krych-Goldberg, Paul N. Barlow, Rosie L. Mallin, and John P. Atkinson --
From structure to function of a complement regulator: decay-accelerating factor (CD55) / Petra Lukacik, Pietro Roversi, Richard A.G. Smith, and Susan M. Lea --
Complement proterin C8 / Lukasz Lebioda and James M. Sodetz --
Structure-function relationships in CD59 / B. Paul Morgan and Stephen Tomlinson --
Complement-like repeats in proteins of the complement system / Klavs Dolmer and Peter G.E. Gettins --
Complement and immunoglobulin protein structures by x-ray and neutron solution scattering and analytical ultracentrifugation / Stephen J. Perkins and Patricia B. Furtado --
Structure, dynamics, activity, and function of compstatin and design of more potent analogues / Dimitrios Morikis and John D. Lambris --
Discovery of potent cyclic antagonists of human C5a receptors / Stephen M. Taylor and David P. Fairlie.
Responsibility: edited by Dimitrios Morikis, John D. Lambris.
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