The Structural Basis of Membrane Function is a documentation of an international symposium of the same title. This book serves as a collection of the significant articles pertaining to the field of membrane research. It is composed of seven parts, where the first and last parts are articles contributed by scientific authorities. The book generally discusses the membrane research and this studyas relevance to the society. Then, the book specifically looks into membrane features, including its structure, processes in it, functions, and types. Some of the specific topics included in the discussion of each part are phospholipases and monolayers used in studies of membrane structure; molecular aspects of active transport; and electron-transfer in energy-transducing membranes. The book also explains the two functions in common of biological membranes; synaptic receptor proteins; and liver microsomal membranes. The scope of this book is broad and helpful to many fields of scienec. It will be of great benefit to students, teachers, scientists, and researchers in the field of biochemistry, biology, molecular biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and cellular biology among others.Sphingomyelinase from S. aureus, which readily hydrolyses its substrate in the intact human erythrocyte membrane, appeared to be capable of ... Phospholipase C (B. cereus) does not act on intact erythrocytes and is not capable of hydrolysing ... A somewhat related behaviour was observed with purified phospholipase C from Cl. welchii, which enzyme alone is active on intact erythrocytes (Table II).
|Title||:||The Structural Basis of Membrane Function|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2012-12-02|