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Published by Academic Press in Orlando .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Membrane proteins -- Metabolism.,
  • Membrane proteins -- Synthesis.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

Statementguest editors, Philip A. Knauf, John S. Cook.
SeriesCurrent topics in membranes and transport ;, v. 24
ContributionsKnauf, Philip A., Cook, John S.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQH601 .C84 vol. 24, QP552.M44 .C84 vol. 24
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 531 p. :
Number of Pages531
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2317248M
ISBN 100121533247
LC Control Number86198582

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MEMBRANE PROTEIN BIOSYNTHESIS AND TURNOVER. Volume 24 in Current Topics in Membranes and Transport Series. Hardcover – January 1, by Philip A. and John S. Cook. (Eds.). KNAUF (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from  › Books › Science & Math › Biological Sciences.   Biosynthesis and turnover of outer-membrane proteins in Escherichia coli ML Allen RJ, Scott GK. Isolated outer membranes and outer-membrane extracts from Escherichia coli ML in the early-exponential growth phase contain more protein than do corresponding preparations from late-exponential- or stationary-phase :// Membrane protein biosynthesis and turnover guest editors, Philip A. Knauf, John S. Cook (Current topics in membranes and transport, v. 24) Acadmic Press, The biosynthesis of both the protein and the heme parts of catalase has been studied on rats receiving by intraportal injection pseudo-pulses of leucine or aminolevulinic acid. The chapter describes an experiment in which biosynthetic products were isolated from rat livers by

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Membrane Protein Protein Turnover G., Lawford, G. R., and Campbell, P. N., , Biosynthesis of microsomal nicotinamide-adenine dinucleotide phosphate-cytochrome c reductase by membrane-bound and free polysomes from rat Schimke R.T. () Turnover of Membrane Proteins in Animal Cells. In: Korn E.D. (eds) Methods in Membrane Biology. As protein turnover in muscle is relatively slow, the growth component of protein synthesis accounts for a significant fraction of the total protein synthesis, and as a first approximation, the fall in RNA concentration with age may simply reflect the fall in the growth rate, that is, the rate of net protein Among mitochondrial lipids, cardiolipin occupies a unique place. It is the only phospholipid that is specific to mitochondria and although it is merely a minor component, accounting for % of the total phospholipid content, cardiolipin plays an important role in the molecular organization, and t Biosynthesis and cellular origins of hyaluronan Hyaluronan is synthesized in the plasma membrane by a membrane-bound protein whose genetic code has recently been determined in bacteria, mouse and human [12–16]. This adds sugar units from Table 1 Glycosaminoglycans Name Constituent sugars Sulphate Approx. Proteoglycans M r