Advances in Structural Biology, Volume 5

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S.K. Malhotra, J.A. Tuszynski
Elsevier, Aug 2, 1998 - Science - 324 pages
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Volume 5 in the series Advances in Structural Biology is based upon a selection of articles presented at the Workshop on Molecular Bio-physics of the Cytoskeleton: Microtubule Formation, Structure, Function, and Interactions (August 18-22 1997 at the Banff Conference Centre in Banff, Alberta, Canada). Its main objective was to review the state-of-the-art of the field and stimulate a multidisciplinary investigation into the molecular biology of the cytoskeleton, which is amply manifested in the articles selected and published in this volume.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 REGULATION OF BIDIRECTIONAL PIGMENT GRANULE MOVEMENT IN MELANOPHORES
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FROM CILIA AND FLAGELLA TO CILIATED SENSORY SYSTEMS
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CHAPTER 3 MICROTUBULE SELFORGANIZATION AS AN EXAMPLE OF A BIOLOGICAL TURING STRUCTURE
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CHAPTER 4 MOLECULAR AUTOMATA MODELING IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
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CHAPTER 5 ON THE INTERACTION OF MAGNETIC FIELDS WITH COHERENT BIOCHEMICAL REACTIONS
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ELECTRONIC CONDUCTION MAY BE AN IMPORTANT INTRACELLULAR PATHWAY
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CHAPTER 7 FERROELECTRICS AND THEIR POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT IN BIOLOGY
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CHAPTER 8 VISCOELASTICITY OF BIOPOLYMER NETWORKS AND STATISTICAL MECHANICS OF SEMIFLEXlBLE POLYMERS
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CHAPTER 9 STOCHASTIC DATA ANALYSIS FOR THE ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY OF MICROTUBULES IN VITRO
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CHAPTER 10 STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF TUBULIN ISOTYPES
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CHAPTER 11 SINGLE MYOSIN MOLECULE MECHANICS
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CHAPTER 12 MOTOR PROTEINS HAVE HIGHLY CORRELATED BROWNIAN ENGINES
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WILD IMAGINATION OR REALISTIC POSSIBILITY
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INDEX
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