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Calcium and Cell Function

Volume II

Book1982

Edited by:

WAI YIU CHEUNG

Calcium and Cell Function

Volume II

Book1982

 

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Edited by:

WAI YIU CHEUNG

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Calcium And Cell Function, Volume II covers the status of the multifunctional role of calcium in cell function. The book discusses the chemistry and metabolism of calcium, the vari ... read full description

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    Chapter 1 - Calcium Binding to Proteins and Other Large Biological Anion Centers

    B.A. LEVINE and R.J.P. WILLIAMS

    Pages 1-38

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    Chapter 2 - Mitochondrial Regulation of Intracellular Calcium

    GARY FISKUM and ALBERT L. LEHNINGER

    Pages 39-80

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    Chapter 3 - Calcium Movement and Regulation in Presynaptic Nerve Terminals

    CATHERINE F. MCGRAW, DANIEL A. NACHSHEN and MORDECAI P. BLAUSTEIN

    Pages 81-110

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    Chapter 4 - Calmodulin and Calcium-Binding Proteins: Evolutionary Diversification of Structure and Function

    JACQUES G. DEMAILLE

    Pages 111-144

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    Chapter 5 - Troponin

    JAMES D. POTTER and J. DAVID JOHNSON

    Pages 145-173

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    Chapter 6 - Vitamin D-Induced Calcium-Binding Protein

    R.H. WASSERMAN and C.S. FULLMER

    Pages 175-216

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    Chapter 7 - γ-Carboxyglutamic Acid-Containing Ca2+-Binding Proteins

    BARBARA C. FURIE, MARIANNE BOROWSKI, ... BRUCE FURIE

    Pages 217-242

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    Chapter 8 - Parvalbumins and Other Soluble High-Affinity Calcium-Binding Proteins from Muscle

    WLODZIMIERZ WNUK, JOS A. COX and ERIC A. STEIN

    Pages 243-278

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    Chapter 9 - Myosin Light Chain Kinase in Skinned Fibers

    W. GLENN and L. KERRICK

    Pages 279-295

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    Chapter 10 - Possible Roles of Calmodulin in a Ciliated Protozoan Tetrahymena

    YOSHIO WATANABE and YOSHINORI NOZAWA

    Pages 297-323

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    Chapter 11 - Calcium Control of Actin Network Structure by Gelsolin

    HELEN L. YIN and THOMAS P. STOSSEL

    Pages 325-337

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    Chapter 12 - Calcium and the Metabolic Activation of Spermatozoa

    ROBERT W. SCHACKMANN and BENNETT M. SHAPIRO

    Pages 339-353

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    Chapter 13 - The Physiology and Chemistry of Calcium during the Fertilization of Eggs

    DAVID EPEL

    Pages 355-383

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    Chapter 14 - Calcium and Phospholipid Turnover as Transmembrane Signaling for Protein Phosphorylation

    YOSHIMI TAKAI, AKIRA KISHIMOTO and YASUTOMI NISHIZUKA

    Pages 385-412

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    Index

    Pages 413-429

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    Molecular Biology

    Pages 430-431

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Calcium And Cell Function, Volume II covers the status of the multifunctional role of calcium in cell function. The book discusses the chemistry and metabolism of calcium, the various calcium-binding proteins in addition to calmodulin; and the functions of calcium, some mediated by calmodulin and some by other proteins. Physiologists, oncologists, and biochemists will find the book invaluable.

Calcium And Cell Function, Volume II covers the status of the multifunctional role of calcium in cell function. The book discusses the chemistry and metabolism of calcium, the various calcium-binding proteins in addition to calmodulin; and the functions of calcium, some mediated by calmodulin and some by other proteins. Physiologists, oncologists, and biochemists will find the book invaluable.

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ISBN

978-0-12-171402-4

Language

English

Published

1982

Copyright

Copyright © 1982 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Academic Press

Editors

WAI YIU CHEUNG

Department of Biochemistry, St Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee