New Era of Bioenergetics
Academic Press, Dec 2, 2012 - Science - 308 pages
This book provides the latest references for scientists in bioenergetics and related fields. It also offers a reliable guideline to students who are interested in joining this field of the life sciences.
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Chapter 2 Structural Basis for the Molecular Mechanisms of the CalciumTransporting ATPase of the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum
Understanding Its Molecular Structure and Function
Chapter 4 The α1β1 Heterodimer and Molecular Assembly of ATP synthase
Chapter 5 Molecular Aspect of the Yeast Vacuolar Membrane Proton ATPase
Chapter 6 The ATP synthase in Extreme Halophilic Archaebacteria and Its Relatives
afﬁnity amiloride amino acid residues amino acid sequence analysis Anraku antibody archaebacteria ATP hydrolysis ATP synthase ATPase activity bacteria bacterium binding Biochem Biol Biophys buffer Ca2+ catalysis catalytic cation cDNA cells Chem chloroplast cloned complex conﬁrmed conformational change cytochrome c oxidase cytochrome c-552 cytoplasmic deleted mtDNA dimer domain encoding enzyme Escherichia coli Fe2+ ferrooxidans ﬁndings ﬁrst ﬂuorescence FoFl fragments function Futai Gd3+ gene Halobacterium halobium hexamer Hirata homology Horai inhibition Japanese Kagawa Kawakita Maeda mechanism melibiose Mg2+ mitochondrial DNA modiﬁcation molecular mRNA mtDNA Mukohata mutations N-terminal Na+ pump Na+,K+-ATPase Nakao Noumi nucleotide nucleotide sequence Ohta ouabain oxidation Ozawa patients peptide phosphorylation phylogenetic tree presence protein proton puriﬁed reaction reconstituted region rusticyanin Saccharomyces cerevisiae sarcoplasmic reticulum sodium soluble speciﬁc SR-ATPase subunit symport synthesis translocation transmembrane transport Umemoto V-type vacuolar vacuolar membrane H+-ATPase VMA3 VMAI wild-type yeast Yoshida