Highlights of Modern Biochemistry: Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Biochemistry, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 10-15 July, 1988, Volume 1

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Arnošt Kotyk
VSP, Dec 1, 1989 - Architecture - 1 pages
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The 14th International Congress of Biochemistry was one of the most successful congresses ever held under the sponsorship of the International Union of Biochemistry. These Proceedings contain the papers from leading experts from all continents which were presented during the congress. The contributions in these volumes present the gigantic advances and new trends in all fields of biochemistry and give an idea of new developments in these fields.
 

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Contents

Synchrotron Xray crystallographic studies of protein
19
Domain interaction in the function of bovine
35
Local Open DNA structures invitro and in the cell
53
The mechanism of saltdependent cruciform extrusion
67
Effects on DNA dynamics
87
Nucleosome structure and their organization in chromatin
115
ENZYMES STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
131
Graphtheoretical approach to modelling of enzyme kinetics
161
Nuclear factors interacting with the promoter of human
531
Tumor promoters and oncogenes
551
Drosophila retrotransposons
569
Retroviral mediated transfer of cellular genes
583
The expression of human immunodeficiency virus HIV
603
Mutual molar proportion of capsid and envelope
629
Proteinprimed replication of bacteriophage 29
647
DNA sequence analysis and excisionamplification plasmids
657

Linear dichroism studies of aspartate aminotrasferase
177
Artificial acylchymotrypsin and artificial chymotrypsin
193
ESR Studies of the role of ribonucleotide reductase
215
A unified concept of oxygen activation by heme enzymes
231
Compositional changes in sexually differentiated forms
247
Stable preparations of oxyhaemoglobin for the prevention
265
Molecular and active site structure of tyrosinase
281
Chemistry and biochemistry of metallothionein
299
METABOLISM AND ITS REGULATION
319
Heme as a regulator of catalase biosynthesis in
339
Structure and function of the Skeletal
361
Regulation of mannosylphosphoryldolichol synthase activity
379
Structure function and regulation of the glucocorticoid
389
Regulation of angiotensinogen synthesis and secretion
413
Enzymic semisynthesis of human insulin
433
Secondary product formation and transmembrane signaling
463
S Leblová l75
476
U Hübscher l85
489
Structure invitro mutation and transfer of seed protein
673
Organization and expression of the tobacco and rice
695
MEMBRANES AND TRANSPORT
717
C1stimulated ATPase activity and electrostatic ATP
735
Kions stimulate both ATPase activity and A pH generation
753
Structures evolution and membrane insertion of
771
Redoxlinked proton translocation in coupling membranes
781
Topogenic signals in membrane protein assembly
797
A possibly new mechanism of intracellular transport
815
ENERGY CONVERSION IN BIOLOGY
829
Control mechanism in bacterial denitrification
847
Periplasmic respiratory systems in methylotrophic
865
Ubiquinone binding protein in mitochondrial cytochrome
883
The roles of plastoquinone in higher plant photosynthesis
903
Thylakoid membrane dynamics
913
Function of chloride in water oxidation in photosynthesis
933
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