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Trends in high pressure bioscience and biotechnology : proceedings First International Conference on High Pressure Biosocience and Biotechnology (HPBB-2000), 26-30 November 2000, Kyoto, Japan

Author: Rikimaru Hayashi
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, ©2002.
Series: Progress in biotechnology, 19.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A world wide interest in the various aspects of high pressure in the field of biological science led to the First International Conference on High Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology in Kyoto, Japan. High pressure bioscience encompasses the fields of food sciences, pharmacy and medical fields and some high pressure techniques are used in the production of industrial products. Moreover, high pressure is a valuable  Read more...
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International Conference on High Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology (2000- ).
Trends in high pressure bioscience and biotechnology.
Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, ©2002
(DLC) 2002284791
(OCoLC)49712397
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rikimaru Hayashi
ISBN: 9780080543222 0080543227 9780444509963 0444509968
OCLC Number: 176867519
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 652 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Cover --
Contents --
Introduction --
High pressure bioscience and biotechnology: A century and a decade perspective --
Protein and macromolecules --
Structural features and dynamics of protein unfolding --
A discussion of the physical basis for the pressure unfolding of proteins --
Thermal and pressure stability of Phe46 mutants of ribonuclease A --
Pressure and temperature-induced denaturation of carboxypeptidase Y and procarboxypeptidase Y --
Compression and expansion of biomatter: Predicting the unpredictable? --
Fluctuation of apomyoglobin monitored from H/D exchange and proteolysis under high pressure --
Effect of pressure treatment on hydrophobicity and SH groups interactions of myofibrillar proteins --
Effects of mutation and ligand binding on the compressibility of a protein --
Effect of glycosylation on the mechanism of renaturation of carboxypeptidase Y --
Pressure studies on protein folding, misfolding, protein-DNA interactions and amyloidogenesis --
High pressure gel mobility shift analysis and molecular dynamics: Investigating specific protein-nucleic acid recognition --
Aggregation and gel formation of proteins after combined pressure-temperature treatment --
Behavior of actin under high pressure --
Effect of pressure and pressure-denaturation on fast molecular motions of solvated myoglobin --
Structural changes in chicken myosin subfragment-1 induced by high hydrostatic pressure --
In situ measurements of the solubility of protein crystals under high pressure --
Effects of pressure on growth kinetics of protein crystals --
Lipid bilayer membrane and lipid protein interaction --
Pressure effects on the structure and phase behavior of phospholipid-gramicidin bilayer membranes --
Effect of pressure on the bilayer phase transition of diacylphosphatidylethanolamine --
Effect of deuterium oxide on the phase transitions of phospholipid bilayer membranes under high pressure --
Effect of pressure on the bilayer phase transitions of N-methylated dipalmitoylphosphatidylethanolamines --
Enzymes in membrane-like surfactant-based media: Perspectives for pressure regulation --
High-pressure-induced hemolysis is characterized by release of membrane vesicles from human erythrocytes --
Protein aggregation in the system "Aerosol-OT-water-octane" and its regulation by pressure application --
Enzyme and enzyme reaction --
Hydration and conformation changes during enzyme catalysis: From molecular enzymology to enzyme engineering and biotechnology --
Enzyme-substrate specific interactions: in situ assessments under high pressure --
High-pressure enhancement of cellulase activities --
Kinetics of lipoxygenase inactivation in soybean and green beans --
Effects of high pressure treatment on rabbit muscle proteasome --
Cell physiology and molecular biology --
Molecular mechanisms of pressure-regulation at transcription level in piezophilic bacteria --
The biological significance of tryptophan availability on high-pressure growth in yeast --
Restoration of Escherichia coli from high hydrostatic pressure-A study of the FtsZ-ring formation using confocal laser microscopy --
The dynamism of Escherichia coli under high hydrostatic pressure-Repression of the FtsZ-ring formation and chromosomal DNA condensation --
Barophysiol.
Series Title: Progress in biotechnology, 19.
Responsibility: edited by Rikimaru Hayashi.

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