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About this product
- Author(s)A. I. Kaivarainen
- Date of Publication13/10/2011
- Series TitleAdvances in Inclusion Science
- Series Part/Volume Number2
- Place of PublicationDordrecht
- Country of PublicationNetherlands
- Content Notebiography
- Weight474 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine16 mm
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1985
- Table Of Contents1 / The Properties of Water.- 1.1. Pure Water.- 1.2. Water in Model Systems.- 2 / Principles and Implications of the Dynamic Model of Behavior of Proteins in Aqueous Media.- 2.1. Description of the Properties of Proteins in Terms of the Dynamic Model.- 2.2. A Description of the Properties of Membranes in Terms of the Dynamic Model.- 3 / Conformational Mobility of Proteins.- 3.1. Studying Hydrated Biopolymers by IR Spectroscopy.- 3.2. Fundamental Principles of Hydrogen Exchange Method.- 3.3. Results Obtained by Hydrogen Exchange and Proteolytic Studies.- 3.4. Fundamental Principles and Applications of the NMR Method.- 3.5. Gamma-Resonance Spectroscopy and its Applications.- 3.6. The Method of Spin Label and its Application.- 3.7. Application of Luminescence to the Study of Protein Dynamics.- 3.8. Results of X-Ray Diffraction Studies of Protein Mobility.- 4 / Interaction Between Proteins and Water.- 4.1. Hydration of Biopolymers and Methods of its Study.- 4.2. Protein Cavities (Clefts) and their Interaction with Water.- 4.3. The Dynamics of Water-Protein Interaction.- 5 / Effect of Perturbing Agents on the Dynamic Properties of Proteins.- 5.1. Changes in the Conformation and Stability of Proteins Brought about by Perturbing Agents.- 5.2. Effect of Temperature on Protein Dynamics and on the Interaction between the Protein and the Surrounding Solvent.- 5.3. Ultrasonic Action.- 6 / Dynamic Model of Association and Dissociation of Specific Complexes.- 6.1. Effect of Complex Formation on the Stability of the Protein.- 6.2. Effect of Complex Formation on Dynamic Properties of Proteins.- 6.3. Immunoglobulins.- 6.4. Cytochrome c.- 6.5. Myoglobulin.- 6.6. Hemoglobin.- 7 / Dynamic Model of Protein Behavior and Mechanism of Enzymatic Function.- 7.1. A Possible Connection between the Kinetic and Conformational Properties of Enzymes.- 7.2. Comparison between the Dynamic Model of Enzymatic Activity and Other Models of Enzymatic Catalysis.- 7.3. Relaxational Properties of Enzymes.- 7.4. Effect of Perturbing Agents on Enzymatic Activity.- 7.5. Action of D2 O on Enzymes.- 7.6. Glyceraldehyde-3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase.- 7.7. Transaminase.- 7.8. Myosin.- 7.9. Lysozyme.- 7.10. ?-Chymotrypsin and Pepsin.- 7.11. Study of Reactions Involving Papain at Low Temperature.- 7.12. Allosteric Enzymes.- 8 / Interactions between Macromolecules of Different Types and Proteins and Cells in Aqueous Media.- 8.1. Effect of Polymers on the Flexibility of Antibodies in Complex with Spin-labeled Hapten at Different Temperatures.- 8.2. Effect of Proteins on the Flexibility of Antibodies and Oxyhemoglobin.- 8.3. Effect of Thermality Induced Transitions of Human Serum Albumin on the Mobility of the Subunits of Spin-labeled Oxyhemoglobin.- 8.4. Effect of Polymers and Proteins in Different Ligand States of Active Sites on the Properties of the Solvent.- 8.5. Interaction between Serum Proteins and Cells.- Conclusion.- References.- Index of Authors.- Index of Subjects.
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