Further Milestones in Biochemistry, Vol 3. Foundations of Modern Biochemistry

  • ID: 1761950
  • Book
  • 345 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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The contributors to this text, who are all biochemists who worked during the 1950s and 60s, describe what appears to them to be the conceptually significant developments in biochemistry since the mid 1950s and how these were achieved. Their aim is to make their subjects intelligible to other scientists not expert in their field.

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Contents. List of Contributors. Acknowledgements (M.G. Ord and L.A. Stocken). Introduction. Bioenergetics after 1960: From the Chemiosmotic Hypothesis to Structure-Based Molecular Mechanisms (S.J. Ferguson). Changing Views of Photosynthesis (F.R. Whatley). Muscle Contraction and Relaxation (S.V. Perry). Three Hundred Years of Bacterial Motility (J.P. Armitage). Talking to Cells-Cell Membrane Receptors and their Modes of Action (R.F. Irvine). Mechanisms in Regulation: Protein Phosphorylation (P.J. Randle). Regulation of Expression of Microbial Genes (P.H. Clarke). Antibody Specificity and Diversity: The Proteins (Part I) L.A. Steiner). Author Index. Subject Index.
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Ord, M.G.
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