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eBook Organellar Proton-Atpases (Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit) ePub

by Nathan Nelson

  • ISBN: 1570591156
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Nathan Nelson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: R G Landes Co (September 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 128
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Organellar Proton-ATPases. Published in Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit 1992.

Organellar Proton-ATPases. cle{P, title {Organellar Proton-ATPases}, author {Nathan A. Nelson}, journal {Current opinion in cell biology}, year {1992}, volume {4 4}, pages {. 654-60 } }. Nathan A. Nelson. Proton pumps that belong to the families of F-ATPases and V-ATPases operate without the formation of a phosphorylated intermediate and contain several subunits grouped into distinct catalytic and membrane sectors. Nathan Nelson FATPase Organelle VATPase bacteria biology cell chloroplast enzyme enzymes evolution insects membrane metabolism. FATPase Organelle VATPase bacteria biology cell chloroplast enzyme enzymes evolution insects membrane metabolism mitochondria molecular biology. Authors and affiliations.

Organellar Proton-Atpases book. The structure, function, molecular biology and evolution of F- and V-ATPase and diseases connected with these enzymes will be discussed in the various chapters of the book.

This book examines one of the most fundamental families of enzymes in nature which is present in every . The structure, function, molecular biology and evolution of F- and V-ATPases and disease connected with these enzymes are discussed in various chapters.

This book examines one of the most fundamental families of enzymes in nature which is present in every known living cell. F-ATPase functions in mitrochondria, chloroplast and eubacteria in respiratory and photosynthetic phosphorylation. V-ATPase functions in the vacuolar system of eukaryotic cells by providing energy for numerous reactions. Nelson N1. Author information. 1. Roche Institute of Molecular Biology, Nutley, New Jersey. Recent studies on the structure and molecular biology of V-ATPases shed light not only on the structure-function relations between the two families, but also on their evolution in all organisms.

Series: Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit. Hardcover: 118 pages. Publisher: R G Landes Co (March 1, 1994). ISBN-13: 978-1570590306. Product Dimensions: . x . x 1. inches. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle. Evolution of organellar proton-ATPases. A molecular glimpse of vesicular monoamine transporters. in. press) TAIZ, L. AND NELSON, N. (1994). Molecular biology intelligence unit, Molecular biology intelligence unit (Unnumbered). Organellar proton-ATPases. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Organellar proton-ATPases from your list? Organellar proton-ATPases. Published 1995 by Springer-Verlag in New York.

Nathan Nelson is a biochemist and molecular biologist who was awarded the 2013 Israel Prize in Life Sciences. As of January 2012, he has published more than 240 scientific papers which were cited over 15,000 times. Nathan Nelson was born in Avihayil, Israel in 1938. His father Moshe, who in 1918 immigrated to Israel as a soldier in the Jewish Legion, was a pioneer who co-founded Ramat Gan and the villages of Gan Haim and Avihayil

This book examines one of the most fundamental families of enzymes in nature which is present in every known living cell. F-ATPase functions in mitrochondria, chloroplast and eubacteria in respiratory and photosynthetic phosphorylation. V-ATPase functions in the vacuolar system of eukaryotic cells by providing energy for numerous reactions. The function of V-ATPase is necessary not only for the activity of important organelles, such as synaptic vesicles, lysosomes, endosomes and others, but also for operation in the plasma membrane of specific cells. V-ATPase is involved in crucial processes, such as fertilization, pH homeostasis and calcium resorption from bone. The structure, function, molecular biology and evolution of F- and V-ATPases and disease connected with these enzymes are discussed in various chapters.