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Online ISBN: 9780470015902

DOI: 10.1002/047001590X

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  1. Biochemistry
    1. Biochemical and Biophysical Techniques
    2. Biochemistry of Cell Motility
    3. Bioenergetics
    4. Biomolecular Interactions
    5. Cell Signalling
    6. Cell Structure
    7. Enzymes: Structure and Action Mechanism
    8. General Biochemistry
    9. Information Flow
    10. Lipids: Structure, Function, Metabolism
    11. Molecular Transport
    12. Nucleic Acids: Structure, Function, Metabolism
    13. Other Biomolecules: Structure, Function, Metabolism
    14. Proteins: Structure, Function, Metabolism
      1. Actin and Actin Filaments
      2. Affinity of Antigen–Antibody Interactions
      3. Agglutination Techniques for Detecting Antigen–Antibody Reactions
      4. Amidohydrolase Superfamily
      5. Amino Acid Biosynthesis
      6. Amino Acid Degradation
      7. Amino Acid Side-chain Hydrophobicity
      8. Amino Acid Substitutions: Effects on Protein Stability
      9. Amyloidosis
      10. Animal Nutrient Requirements
      11. Anorexigenic Peptides in Health and Disease
      12. Antibodies
      13. Antibody Classes
      14. Antigen–Antibody Binding
      15. Antitrypsin (AAT) Deficiency-α1
      16. Array-based Proteomics
      17. ATP-binding Motifs
      18. Automated Protein Production Technologies
      19. Bacterial Ribosomes: Assembly
      20. Biochemistry of Toll-Like Receptors
      21. Biological Macromolecules: UV-visible Spectrophotometry
      22. Blood Clotting: General Pathway
      23. Blood Coagulation
      24. C3 Carbon Reduction Cycle
      25. Calcium-binding Proteins
      26. Capillary Electrophoresis
      27. Catalysis of Disulfide Bond Formation by the Quiescin Sulfhydryl Oxidases
      28. Cell Macromolecules
      29. Cell Membranes: Intracellular pH and Electrochemical Potential
      30. Cell Surface Glycoconjugates
      31. Cellulose Biosynthesis in Higher Plants and the Role of the Cytoskeleton
      32. Centromeres
      33. Chaperones, Chaperonin and Heat-Shock Proteins
      34. Chaperonins
      35. Chlorophyll: Structure and Function
      36. Chromatin Recognition Protein Modules: The PHD Finger
      37. Chromatin Remodelling and Histone Modification in Transcription Regulation
      38. Chromatofocusing
      39. Chromosomes: Nonhistone Proteins
      40. Circadian Programmes in Cyanobacteria
      41. Circular Dichroism: Studies of Proteins
      42. Clathrin-coated Vesicles and Receptor-mediated Endocytosis
      43. Coenzymes: Haem
      44. Comparative Vertebrate Muscle Physiology
      45. Conjugation of Proteins with Horseradish Peroxidase (HRP)
      46. Cornification Diseases (Skin Cell Death)
      47. CpG Islands and DNA Methylation
      48. Crystallins
      49. Crystallisation of Proteins and Macromolecular Complexes: Past, Present and Future
      50. Crystallization of Proteins: Two-dimensional
      51. Cyclosporin
      52. Cystathionine β-synthase (CBS) Deficiency: Genetics
      53. Cystatins
      54. Cytochrome P450 (CYP) Gene Superfamily
      55. Desminopathy
      56. Difference Gel Electrophoresis (DIGE)
      57. Direct Labelling of Proteins with 125I
      58. Disordered Proteins
      59. Disorders with Synuclein Pathology and Parkinsonism
      60. DNA Helicases
      61. DNA Methylation
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        DNA Replication
      63. DNA Replication: Prokaryotes and Yeast
      64. DNA-binding Enzymes: Structural Themes
      65. Dynein and Kinesin
      66. EF-Hand Calcium-Binding Proteins
      67. Electroelution of Proteins from Polyacrylamide Gels
      68. Electron Carriers: Proteins and Cofactors in Oxidative Phosphorylation
      69. Elongation Factors: Bacterial
      70. EM Analysis of Protein Structure
      71. Engineered Enzymes
      72. Epitope Mapping: B-cell Epitopes
      73. Eukaryotic Replication Protein A
      74. Eukaryotic Ribosomes: Assembly
      75. Extracellular Matrix
      76. Factor-Mediated Ribosome Assembly in Bacteria
      77. Fibrinogen and Fibrin
      78. Friedreich Ataxia
      79. Fusion Proteins as Research Tools
      80. G Proteins
      81. Gain- and Loss-of-function Mutations in Trypsinogen
      82. Gel Electrophoresis of Proteins: High-resolution Two-dimensional
      83. Gene Expression: Frameshifting
      84. Genomics, Pharmacogenetics and Proteomics: An Integration
      85. Genotype–Phenotype Relationships: Fatal Familial Insomnia and Creutzfeldt–Jakob Disease
      86. Ghrelin Appetite Hormone in Health and Disease
      87. Globin Genes: Polymorphic Variants and Mutations
      88. Glycoproteins
      89. Glycosylation and Disease
      90. Gonadotropin Hormones: Disorders
      91. Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)
      92. GTP-binding Loop
      93. Haem Biosynthesis
      94. Haem Proteins
      95. Haem Structure and Function
      96. Haemoglobin: Cooperativity in Protein–Ligand Interactions
      97. Haemoglobinopathies
      98. Hair Loss: Genetics
      99. Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs): Structure, Function and Genetics
      100. Hibernation: Poikilotherms
      101. Histone Acetylation: Long-range Patterns in the Genome
      102. Histones: Gene Organisation and Post-translational Modification
      103. History of Protein Chemistry
      104. Hsp70 Chaperones
      105. Hsp90 Chaperones
      106. Hydrogen Bonds in Proteins: Role and Strength
      107. Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography
      108. Hydrophobic Interactions in Proteins
      109. Hydrophobicity Plots
      110. Identification of Protein–Protein Interactions
      111. Image Analysis Tools in Proteomics
      112. Immunoglobulin Fold: Structures of Proteins in the Immunoglobulin Superfamily
      113. Immunoglobulin Purification
      114. Immunoglobulin Superfamily
      115. Industrialization of Proteomics: Scaling UpProteomics Processes
      116. Inherited Disorders of Glycosylation
      117. Initiation Factors in Eukaryotes
      118. Innate Immune Mechanisms: Nonself Recognition
      119. Interaction Networks of Proteins
      120. Interleukins
      121. Intracellular pH Measurement
      122. Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
      123. Intron Homing
      124. Introns: Group I Structure and Function
      125. Ion Exchange Chromatography
      126. Iron Cofactors: Nonhaem
      127. Iron Loading Anaemia
      128. Iron Metabolism: Disorders
      129. Iron Overload and Chelation Therapy
      130. Kallikrein–Kinin System
      131. Lamins: Organisation, Dynamics and Functions
      132. Laser Capture Microdissection in Proteomics
      133. LDL Receptor and Its Role in Inherited Disease
      134. Lectins
      135. Leucine Zipper
      136. Leucine Zippers
      137. Light-harvesting Complex
      138. Limits of Proteomics: Protein Solubilisation Issues
      139. Lipoprotein Metabolism: Structure and Function
      140. Lipoproteins: Genetic Disorders
      141. Liquid Chromatography
      142. Luciferases and Light-emitting Accessory Proteins: Structural Biology
      143. Lysosomal Degradation of Proteins
      144. Mass Spectrometry: Analysis of Two-dimensional Protein Gels
      145. Mass Spectrometry: Peptide Sequencing
      146. Membrane Proteins
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        Messenger RNA: Interaction with Ribosomes
      148. Methylated DNA-binding Proteins
      149. Microtubule Organisation in Dictyostelium
      150. Mitochondria Protein Import: Methods
      151. Mitochondrial Outer Membrane Permeabilization
      152. Mitotic Spindle Assembly: The Role of Motor Proteins
      153. Molecular Dynamics
      154. Molecular Genetics of Chronic Pancreatitis
      155. Molecular Genetics of the α-Thalassaemias
      156. Molecular Genetics of von Willebrand Disease
      157. Molecular Machines and Human Disorders
      158. Molten Globule
      159. Motor Proteins
      160. mRNA Export
      161. mRNA Splicing: Regulated and Differential
      162. Multidomain Proteins
      163. Multidrug Resistance in Cancer: Genetics of ABC Transporters
      164. Muscle Contraction
      165. Muscle Contraction Mechanisms: Use of Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction
      166. Muscle Contraction: Regulation
      167. Myoglobin
      168. Myosin Superfamily
      169. NAD(P)+ Binding to Dehydrogenases
      170. Nitrogenase Complex
      171. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy: Structure Determination of Proteins and Nucleic Acids
      172. Non-Classical MHC Class I Molecules (MHC-Ib)
      173. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) of Proteins: Solid State
      174. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy of Proteins
      175. Nucleolar Proteomics
      176. Nucleosomes: Detailed Structure and Mutations
      177. Nucleosomes: Structure and Function
      178. OD Unit
      179. Ornithine Transcarbamylase Deficiency: Genetics
      180. Ovalbumin Serpins
      181. Oxidative Protein Folding
      182. Oxygen Production
      183. Peptidases
      184. Peptide Bonds, Disulfide Bonds and Properties of Small Peptides
      185. Peptide Mapping
      186. Peptide Sequencing by Edman Degradation
      187. Peptidyl Transfer on the Ribosome
      188. Peptidylproline cistrans-Isomerases
      189. Permeabilised Mammalian Cell Systems for Protein Synthesis
      190. Phosphoproteomics
      191. Photosystem I
      192. Photosystem II
      193. Plakin Proteins, Hemidesmosomes and Human Disease
      194. Plant Storage Products (Carbohydrates, Oils and Proteins)
      195. Plant Virus Movement
      196. Polymerization Dynamics of Cytoskeletal Filaments
      197. Porphyrias: Genetics
      198. Posttranscriptional Processing
      199. Preparation Artefacts in Proteomics: Technological Issues
      200. Primary Protein and Nucleic Acid Three-dimensional Structure Databases
      201. Proline Residues in Proteins
      202. Protease Complexes
      203. Protein Association with Membrane Rafts
      204. Protein Characterization: Analytical Approaches and Applications to Proteomics
      205. Protein Degradation and Turnover
      206. Protein Denaturation and the Denatured State
      207. Protein Design
      208. Protein Disorder and Human Genetic Disease
      209. Protein Disulfide Isomerases
      210. Protein Export from Endoplasmic Reticulum to the Cytosol: In Vitro Methods
      211. Protein Family Databases
      212. Protein Folding and Chaperones
      213. Protein Folding In Vivo
      214. Protein Folding: Overview of Pathways
      215. Protein Glycosylation, an Overview
      216. Protein Homology Modelling
      217. Protein Identification: Overlay Procedures
      218. Protein Interaction and Genetic Disease
      219. Protein Isoforms and Isozymes
      220. Protein Kinases: Physiological Roles in Cell Signalling
      221. Protein Motifs for DNA Binding
      222. Protein Motifs: the Helix-Loop-Helix Motif
      223. Protein Motifs: the Helix-Turn-Helix Motif
      224. Protein Phosphatases
      225. Protein Phosphorylation and Long-term Synaptic Plasticity
      226. Protein Quantitation: Bradford Method
      227. Protein Quantitation: Lowry Protocol
      228. Protein Quaternary Structure: Subunit–Subunit Interactions
      229. Protein Quaternary Structure: Symmetry Patterns
      230. Protein Secondary Structures: Prediction
      231. Protein Secretory Pathways
      232. Protein Sequence Databases
      233. Protein Stability
      234. Protein Structural Flexibility: Molecular Motions
      235. Protein Structure
      236. Protein Structure Classification
      237. Protein Structure Design and Engineering
      238. Protein Structure Prediction and Databases
      239. Protein Structure: Unusual Covalent Bonds
      240. Protein Superfamilies
      241. Protein Synthesis: Measuring Errors
      242. Protein Targeting
      243. Protein Tertiary Structures: Prediction from Amino Acid Sequences
      244. Protein Translocation across Membranes
      245. Protein Transport
      246. Protein Unfolding and Denaturants
      247. Protein-Derived Cofactors
      248. Protein–DNA Interactions: Techniques Used
      249. Protein–Ligand Interactions: Computational Docking
      250. Protein–Ligand Interactions: Energetic Contributions and Shape Complementarity
      251. Protein–Ligand Interactions: General Description
      252. Protein–Ligand Interactions: Induced Fit
      253. Protein–Ligand Interactions: Thermodynamic Basis and Mechanistic Consequences
      254. Protein–Nucleic Acid Interaction: Major Groove Recognition Determinants
      255. Protein-Protein Interaction Maps
      256. Protein–Protein Interactions
      257. Protein–protein Interactions: Identification
      258. Protein: Cotranslational and Posttranslational Modification in Organelles
      259. Proteins: Affinity Tags
      260. Proteins: Fundamental Chemical Properties
      261. Proteins: Mutational Effects in
      262. Proteins: Postsynthetic Modification – Function and Physical Analysis
      263. Proteoglycans
      264. Purifying and Analysing Cytosolic Protein Complexes
      265. Quality Control of Protein Folding in the Cytosol
      266. Quantitative Proteomics (ICAT™)
      267. Rad51 and Eukaryotic Recombination Proteins
      268. RecA Protein
      269. RecFOR Protein
      270. Regulation by Covalent Modification
      271. Regulatory Cascade
      272. Regulatory Systems: Two-component
      273. Repression Mechanism
      274. Rhodopsin
      275. Ribosomal Proteins in Eukaryotes
      276. Ribosomal Proteins: Role in Ribosomal Functions
      277. Ribosomal Proteins: Structure and Evolution
      278. RNA-binding Proteins: Regulation of mRNA Splicing, Export and Decay
      279. The Role of the RanGTPase in Mitotic Spindle Assembly
      280. Rubisco
      281. Selenocysteine
      282. Serine Proteases
      283. Shotgun Proteomics
      284. Sickle Cell Disease as a Multifactorial Condition
      285. Single-stranded DNA-binding Proteins
      286. Small-Angle Scattering of Neutrons and X-Rays
      287. Sodium, Calcium and Potassium Channels
      288. Solid-phase Peptide Synthesis: Fmoc
      289. Spliceosomal Machinery
      290. SR Proteins
      291. Starvation: Metabolic Changes
      292. Structural Basis of Disulfide Bond Formation in the Bacterial Periplasm and Mammalian ER
      293. Structural Databases of Biological Macromolecules
      294. Structural Predictions and Modeling
      295. Structural Proteins: Genes for Collagen
      296. SUMOylation
      297. Synaptic Vesicle Proteins
      298. Tandem Affinity Purification (TAP) Tags
      299. Telomeres and Telomerase in Ageing and Cancer
      300. Thalassaemias
      301. Thalassemias
      302. Thrombin
      303. Titin Gene (TTN)
      304. Toxin Action: Molecular Mechanisms
      305. Transcription Activation in Eukaryotic Cells
      306. Transcription and Translation In Vitro
      307. Transcriptomics and Proteomics: Integration?
      308. Translation Control by Proteins
      309. Translation Control by RNA
      310. Transmembrane Domains
      311. Tuberous Sclerosis Complex and the Mammalian Target of Rapamycin Pathways
      312. Tubulin and Microtubules
      313. Two-dimensional Electron Crystallography
      314. Two-dimensional Gel Electrophoresis
      315. Two-Hybrid Systems to Measure Protein–Protein Interactions
      316. Ubiquitin Pathway
      317. 5′-UTRs and Regulation
      318. Venous Thrombosis: Genetics
      319. Virus Structure
      320. Vitamin K-dependent Carboxylase
      321. Water Channels
      322. Zinc-finger Genes
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  6. Evolution & Diversity of Life
  7. Genetics & Disease
  8. Immunology
  9. Microbiology
  10. Molecular Biology
  11. Neuroscience
  12. Plant Science
  13. Science & Society
  14. Structural Biology
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