4 edition of Calcium binding proteins found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Witold Drabikowski, Hanna Strzelecka-Gołaszewska, Ernesto Carafoli ; editorial assistant, Julitta Ploszaj.|
|Contributions||Drabikowski, Witold., Strzelecka-Gotaszewska, H., Carafoli, Ernesto., Instytut Biologii Doświadczalnej im. M. Nenckiego.|
|LC Classifications||QP551 .C32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 945 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||945|
|LC Control Number||73089153|
Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Celso Agner, MD, MS, MSc (Michigan Neurology Partners) Description: This book on calcium receptors in developing neurons seems to be a summary of multiple research projects developed over the years regarding the roles of calcium in the internal metabolism and in the metabolic cascades of cells. Purpose: The objectives of this book are well-worth, in particular Price: $ Their topics include physiological processes involving calcium binding proteins, complexes of calcium and other cations with compounds of low molecular weight, the structure and evolution of proteins, and interactions of calcium binding proteins with .
Multiple calcium signaling molecules, including calpain 9 (fold), S calcium binding protein A3 (fold), and calcium activated potassium channel beta 3 (fold), showed significantly increased expression in the midbrain after repeated blast exposures. Calcium signals are transduced into cellular responses via Ca 2+-binding proteins, of which calmodulin (CaM) is the most common (Zielinski, ). Changes in intracellular Ca 2+ and signaling via Ca 2+ are well-documented features of legume-rhizobia interactions and root nodule development (Lévy et al., ).Cited by:
Yamaguchi et al. () isolated a human brain cDNA clone encoding a novel calcium-binding protein, CABP1, which they termed calbrain. The protein contains 70 amino acids and has a predicted molecular mass of kD. Sequence analysis showed that CABP1 contains 2 putative EF-hand motifs that show significant homology to those of the calmodulin family (see ) rather than those of 2-EF. ProSpec's S Proteins include: SA1, SA10, SA11, SA4, SA6, Sb, SP, SZ, Recombinant Human.
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Calcium- binding sites in proteins coordinate the calcium ion by protein oxygen atoms and water molecules in a roughly octahedral arrangement. The prototypic EF-hand presumably gained calcium-binding ability in a similar way by modification of a protein or a protein fragment, which originally had some other function.
Calcium Binding Proteins explains the unique and highly diverse functions of calcium in biology, which are realized by calcium binding proteins. The structures and physical characteristics of these calcium binding proteins are described, as well as.
Calcium binding proteins containing a single or odd number of EF hand motifs have been reported in both bacteria and eukaryotes and are thought to function via dimerization mechanisms (Grabarek, ). Some of these Ca 2+ binding proteins such as calmodulin (CaM) act as Ca 2+ receptors.
Calcium Binding Proteins explains the unique and highly diverse functions of calcium in biology, which are realized by calcium binding proteins. The structures and physical characteristics of these calcium binding proteins are described, as well as their functions and general patterns of their evolution.
Calcium binding proteins book chapters cover physical studies on calcium-binding proteins, including X-ray, crystallography, and NMR; structure-function relationships of calcium-binding proteins and their targets; and calcium-binding proteins in health and disease.
This book will be of interest to practitioners in the fields of biology and Edition: 1. 30 rows Calbindin: Mouse Monoclonal Antibodies: WB IP ICC IHC IHC-P: Rabbit Polyclonal. Calcium-binding proteins play an important role in a variety of vital biological processes, ranging from blood clotting and signal transduction in cells, to attaching proteins to membranes and serving as an integral source of calcium.
In Calcium-Binding Protocols-Volume 1: Reviews and Case Calcium binding proteins book and Volume 2: Methods and Techniques-Hans Vogel. The calcium signal in the cell is mediated by the high-affinity calcium binding proteins (characterized by the EF-hand structural element), and by the calcium and phospholipid dependent proteins.
Many of these have been discovered most recently. A major direction in medical research leading to clinical applications targets the regulation of intracellular calcium and the various human diseases associated with an altered homeostasis of this global second messenger.
These diseases include, for example: cardiomyopathy, inflammation, brain disorders, diabetes and cancer. In Calcium-Binding Proteins and RAGE: from Structural Basics to. This newest book in the Sambrook and Tooze Guidebook Series comprehensively details all that is currently known about the calcium-binding proteins.
Biochemists will find this book particularly useful, as will biologists in many fields in which the calcium-binding proteins are involved, such as : Marco Celio. The S proteins represent a family of small proteins that contain two calcium binding motifs (EF hands) in their primary sequence [17, 18] and are characterized by tissue and cell type-specific.
"Calcium Binding Proteins explains the unique and highly diverse functions of calcium in biology, which are realized by calcium binding proteins.
The structures and physical characteristics of these calcium binding proteins are described, as well as their functions and general patterns of their evolution. Thus, calcium homeostasis, the control of intracellular Ca 2+ concentration, is very tightly regulated.
Calcium functions as an effector signaling molecule by modulating the function of intracellular enzymes and voltage-gated ion channels. Calcium-binding proteins are critical for the second messenger effects of intracellular calcium.
SA1 is a calcium-binding protein belonging to the family of S proteins, and is highly expressed in ovarian cancer. However, its role in ovarian cancer has not yet been fully elucidated. Other chapters cover physical studies on calcium-binding proteins, including X-ray, crystallography, and NMR; structure-function relationships of calcium-binding proteins and their targets; and calcium-binding proteins in health and disease.
This book will be of interest to practitioners in Manufacturer: Academic Press. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kawasaki, Hiroshi. Calcium-binding proteins 1. London, U.K.: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. calcium (Ca) [kal´se-um] a chemical element, atomic num atomic weight (See Appendix 6.) Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body.
In combination with phosphorus it forms calcium phosphate, the dense, hard material of the bones and teeth. It is an important cation in intracellular and extracellular fluid and is essential to the. Read "Calcium-Binding Proteins in the Human Developing Brain" by N. Ulfig available from Rakuten Kobo.
"This book is primarily written for neuroscientists who will always be interested in the role of calcium in the internal Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. The focus of these two books is on studies of the calcium-binding proteins and their behavior in vitro and in vivo.
The primary emphasis is on protein chemistry and biophysical methods. Many of the methods described will also be applicable to proteins that do not bind calcium.
Calcium-Binding Protein Protocols is divided into three main sections. The content of the book delves into 48 chapters including subjects such as data analysis and modern technologies to study calcium-binding and signaling in cells, the superfamily of calcium-binding proteins characterized by the EF-hand structural motif, as well as their use as diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers in Laboratory Medicine and novel.
How to Cite. Permyakov, E. A. and Kretsinger, R. H. () Protein Complexes with Metals Other than Calcium, in Calcium Binding Proteins, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Calcium Binding Proteins. by Eugene Permyakov,Robert H. Kretsinger. Wiley Series in Protein and Peptide Science (Book 15) Share your thoughts Complete your review.
Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Wiley.In Calcium-Binding Proteins and RAGE: from Structural Basics to Clinical Applications,expert researchers in the field detail many of the methods which are now commonly used to study calcium binding proteins.
These methods and techniques, such as calcium-measurements, screening methods, clinical chemistry, and therapy, are generally applicable.