5 edition of Solvent-dependent flexibility of proteins and principles of their function found in the catalog.
by D. Reidel, Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston, Hingham, MA
Written in English
|Statement||Alex I. Käivaräinen.|
|Series||Advances in inclusion science|
|LC Classifications||QP551 .K4913 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||83019121|
A Low-temperature 1H NMR Study of H2O and D2O Associated Competitively with Immunoglobulin G in Solution flexibility of proteins and principles of of Proteins and Principles of Their Function. Other Protein Functions. Proteins perform essential functions throughout the systems of the human body. In the respiratory system, hemoglobin (composed of four protein subunits) transports oxygen for use in cellular metabolism. Additional proteins in the blood plasma and lymph carry nutrients and metabolic waste products throughout the body.
A protein that contains a metal ion ass cofactor known as Metalloprotein. Metalloproteins have many different functions in cells, such as enzymes, transport and storage proteins, and signal transduction proteins. Indeed, about one quarter to one third of all proteins require metals to carry out their functions. Proteins are the most versatile macromolecules in living systems and serve crucial functions in essentially all biological processes. They function as catalysts, they transport and store other molecules such as oxygen, they provide mechanical support and immune protection, they generate movement, they transmit nerve impulses, and they control growth and by:
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics () Mechanical Softening of a Small Ubiquitin-Related Modifier Protein Due to Temperature Induced Flexibility at Cited by: In their recent study, with the aid of circular dichroism size-exclusion chromatography and NMR, they found that some of their active, α-helical proteins formed structures that fluctuated between monomeric and dimeric states. This indicates that a fully ordered structure of simple proteins is not a prerequisite for their by: 2.
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Molecular biology has now advanced to the point where it is no longer possible to give a complete review of the available data on the conformational features of proteins. New data keep streaming in, and.
Solvent-dependent flexibility of proteins and principles of their function. Dordrecht ; Boston: D. Reidel ; Hingham, MA: Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: 1 / The Properties of Water Pure Water Water in Model Systems / Principles and Implications of the Dynamic Model of Behavior of Proteins in Aqueous Media Description of the Properties of Proteins in Terms of the Dynamic.
The part of this research activity was summarized in book of this author: "Solvent - dependent flexibility of proteins and principles of their function", D Reidel Pub Co.,ISBN: The development of new Hierarchic theory of condensed matter was started by this author in Cite this chapter as: Käiväräinen A.I.
() Dynamic Model of Protein Behavior and Mechanism of Enzymatic Function. In: Käiväräinen A.I. (eds) Solvent-Dependent Flexibility of Proteins and Principles of Their : Alex I. Käiväräinen. Käiväräinen A.I. () Conformational Mobility of Proteins. In: Käiväräinen A.I.
(eds) Solvent-Dependent Flexibility of Proteins and Principles of Their Function. Advances in Author: Alex I. Käiväräinen. Cite this chapter as: Käiväräinen A.I. () Dynamic Model of Association and Dissociation of Specific Complexes.
In: Käiväräinen A.I. (eds) Solvent-Dependent Flexibility of Proteins and Principles of Their : Alex I. Käiväräinen. Proteins rely on flexibility to respond to environmental changes, ligand binding and chemical modifications. Potentially, a perturbation that changes the flexibility of a protein may interfere with its function.
Millions of mutations have been performed on thousands of proteins in quests for a delineation of the molecular details of their by: The papers in this volume are from the workshop on Protein Flexibility and Folding held in Traverse City, Michigan from August 13 - 17, The purpose of the workshop was to bring together diverse people interested in protein folding and flexibility from theoretical, computational and experimental perspectives and to encourage discussion on new approaches and challenges in the Edition: 1.
If the dynamic model of behavior of proteins in water is accepted, the system: protein + bound water must be considered as one single whole.
The changes in the state of the water and macromolecular segments solvated by it are clearly interrelated and : Alex I. Käiväräinen. Proteins are dynamic entities, and they possess an inherent flexibility that allows them to function through molecular interactions within the cell, among cells and even between organisms.
The part of this research activity was summarized in book of this author: "Solvent - dependent flexibility of proteins and principles of their function", D Reidel Pub Co.,ISBN: The development of new Hierarchic theory of condensed matter was started by this author in Cited by: 4. Solvent-Dependent Flexibility of Proteins and Principles of Their Function.
Alex I. Kaivarainen $ the globular proteins, function as enzymes, transport proteins, or antibodies. Fibrous proteins tend to be water-insoluble, while globular proteins tend to be water-soluble.
Polypeptides are unique among biological molecules in their flex-ibility, which allows them to fold into characteristic three-dimensionalFile Size: 2MB. Protein stability, flexibility and function. and describing and quantifying protein flexibility is important when studying the function of proteins and their complexes.
on first principles. Author(s): Kiaĭviariaĭnen,A I(Aleksandr Ivanovich) Title(s): Solvent-dependent flexibility of proteins and principles of their function/ Alex I.
Käiväräinen. Country of Publication: Netherlands Publisher: Dordrecht ; Boston: D. Reidel ; Hingham, MA, USA: Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Academic Publishers, c mend the book to that audience. Doonan Solvent-dependent Flexibility of Protein and Principles of their Function by A.I.
KCk-iinen D. Reidel Publishing Company; Dordrecht, I Xiv + pages. f, $ It is now accepted that the earlier view of proteins as rigid molecules is no longer tenable. Proteins. Intorest in the dymamical basis of protein function has come to the forefront only in _.
the last i O years. Prof. Careri was one of the. early pioneers in the area. In. he  wrote a seminal article with the simple (but alluring) title, "The Fluctuating Enzyme".
(77ie present author would later use this as the title of,a book [')Cited by: 2. Often the proteins fail to fold into their normal configuration; in this misfolded state, the proteins can become toxic in some way (a gain of toxic function) or they can lose their normal proteopathies (also known as proteinopathies, protein conformational disorders, or protein misfolding diseases), include such diseases as.
However, the specialized functions of many of the proteins you will encounter elsewhere in this book are based on similar principles. All Proteins Bind to Other Molecules The biological properties of a protein molecule depend on its physical interaction with other molecules. New Hierarchic theory of water and its role in biosystems.
The quantum Psi problem. Solvent-Dependent Flexibility of Proteins and Principles of Their : Alex Kaivarainen.Solvent-dependent flexibility of proteins and principles of their function, pp, (), Reidel-Kluwer, Holland; Mesoscopic properties of matter and its interaction with light.
Principles of self-organization in ice, water and biosystems.1. The state equation for real gas 2. New state equation for condensed matter pressure 4.
Surface tension 5. Mesoscopic theory of thermal conductivity : Alex Kaivarainen.