Transport Proteins, Volume 123, provides the latest information on the two major groups of transport proteins, those that carry molecules to different locations within a cell or organism and those that carry molecules across otherwise impermeable membranes. Chapters in the updated release include Biology of Iron Transport: Ferroportin, Transport of transition metals across biological membranes, The effect of sport and physical activity on transport proteins: implications for cancer prevention and control, Structural rearrangement in polyketide synthase for improvement its bio-physicochemical properties, Autophagy Proteins and its Homeostasis in Cellular Environment, and much more.
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Gautam Rishi and V. Nathan Subramaniam
2. The effect of sport and physical activity on transport proteins: implications for cancer prevention and control
Maha Sellami and Nicola Luigi Bragazzi
3. Cancer bioenergetics as emerging holistic cancer theory: the role of metabolic fluxes and transport proteins involved in metabolic pathways in the pathogenesis of malignancies. State-of-the-art and future prospects
Nicola Luigi Bragazzi and Maha Sellami
4. Investigating mutations at the hotspot position of the ERBB2 and screening for the novel lead compound to treat breast cancer a computational approach
D. Thirumal Kumar, S. Udhaya Kumar, R. Magesh and C. George Priya Doss
5. Autophagy proteins and its homeostasis in cellular environment
Vrushali Guhe, Bhavnita Soni, Prajakta Ingale and Shailza Singh
6. Expression of placental glucose transporter proteins in pregnancies complicated by fetal growth disorders
Pawel Jan Stanirowski, Michal Lipa, Dorota Bomba-Opo and Miroslaw Wielgos
7. The role of transferrins and iron-related proteins in brain iron transport: applications to neurological diseases
8. ABCG: a new fold of ABC exporters and a whole new bag of riddles!
Atanu Banerjee, Alexis Moreno, Jorgaq Pata, Pierre Falson and Rajendra Prasad
9. Serum albumin: clinical significance of drug binding and development as drug delivery vehicle
Saad Tayyab and Shevin Rizal Feroz
10. PTR2/POT/NPF transporters: what makes them tick?
Bala K. Prabhala, Moazur Rahman, Hussam H. Nour-eldin and Flemming Steen Jørgensen and Osman Mirza
11. Network analysis of transcriptomics data for the prediction and prioritization of membrane-associated biomarkers for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) by bioinformatics approach
Smriti Mishra, Mohammad Imran Shah, S. Udhaya Kumar, D. Thirumal Kumar, Chandrasekhar Gopalakrishnan, Abeer Mohammed Al-Subaie, R. Magesh, C. George Priya Doss and Balu Kamaraj