Optochemical Biology, Vol 624

  • ID: 4753619
  • Book
  • 412 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This new volume of Methods in Enzymology continues the legacy of this premier serial with quality chapters authored by leaders in the field.

  • Provides the authority and expertise of leading contributors from an international board of authors
  • Presents the latest release in the Methods in Enzymology series
  • Includes the latest information on optochemical biology
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1. Cell Lineage Tracing in Zebrafish Embryos with an Expanded Genetic Code Alex Deiters 2. Optical Control of Tumor Induction in the Zebrafish David Bensimon 3. Optogenetic Control by Pulsed Illumination= Andreas Möglich 4. Localized light-induced protein dimerization in living cells using a photocaged dimerizer David Chenoweth 5. Optimizing the Photocontrol of bZIP Coiled Coils with Azobenzene Crosslinkers: Role of the Crosslinking Site Andrew Woolley 6. An open-hardware platform for optogenetics and photobiology Jeff Tabor 7. Site-Directed RNA Editing in Vivo Can Be Triggered by the Light-Driven Assembly of an Artificial Riboprotein Thorsten Stafforst 8. In Situ Formation of an Azo Bridge on Proteins Controllable by Visible Light Lei Wang 9. An optogenetic gene expression system with rapid activation and deactivation kinetics Kevin Gardner 10. LOVTRAP: an optogenetic system for photoinduced protein dissociation Klaus Hahn 11. Optical control of cell signaling by single-chain photoswitchable kinases Michael Lin 12. Optical Control of Morpholino Function James Chen 13. Photo-Tethers for the (Multi-)Cyclic, Conformational Caging of Long Oligonucleotides Alexander Heckel 14. Ruthenium-Crosslinked Hydrogels with Rapid, Visible-Light Degradation Ivan Dmochowski 15. Light Control of Protein Solubility Through Isoelectric Point Modulation Simon Friedman
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