Crystalline Bacterial Cell Surface Proteins. Biotechnology Intelligence Unit

  • ID: 3692648
  • Book
  • 239 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Crystalline Bacterial Cell Surface Proteins assembles information on the understanding of the occurrence, structure, chemistry, genetics, assembly, function, and application potential of S-layers. The chapters are designed to stand independent of each other and provide a complete survey of the different topics in S-layer research. This book is intended to stimulate further development in basic and applied S-layer research.
  • Assembles present-day understanding of S-layers
  • Provides a detailed survey of the entire field of basic and applied S-layer research
  • Potential for broad application in biotechnology, vaccine development, diagnostics, molecular nanotechnology, and biomimetics
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Introduction U.B. Sleytr, P. Messner, D. Pum, and M. Sara Occurrence, Location, Ultrastructure and Morphogenesis of S-Layers U.B. Sleytr, P. Messner, D. Pum, and M. Sara Chemical Composition and Biosynthesis of S-Layers P. Messner Analysis of S-Layer Proteins and Genes B. Kuen and W. Lubitz Functional Aspects of S-Layers M. Sara and E.M. Egelseer Biotechnological Applications of S-Layers M. Sara, S. Kupcu, and U.B. Sleytr Vaccine Development Based on S-Layer Technology P. Messner, F.M. Unger, and U.B. Sleytr Molecular Nanotechnology and Biomimetics with S-Layers. Appendix: Crystalline Surface Layers on Eubacteria and Archaeobacteria D. Pum and U.B. Sleytr

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Sleytr, Uwe B.
Messner, Paul
Pum, Dietmar
Sara, Margit
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