Advances in Cellular and Molecular Biology of Membranes and Organelles 4Protein Export and Membrane Biogenesis978-1-55938-924-2

Author : Alan M. Tartakoff and Ross E. Dalbey (Eds.)
"""Description:The incentive for putting together Volume 4 of this series was to review the wealth of new information that has become available in prokaryotic organisms in protein export and membrane biogenesis. Just in the last several years, protein translocation has now been efficiently reconstituted using defined components and the mechanism by which proteins are moved across membrane bilayers is now being examined at a higher resolution. In addition, because of a new technical breakthrough using osmolytes, it is now possible to reconstitute a number of channel proteins, ATPase, receptors, and transporters. In many cases, it is possible to successfully predict the membrane topology of these types of proteins using both ""hydrophobicity analysis"" and the ""positive inside"" rule. In this volume, two chapters focus on protein translocation across membranes ( Biochemical Analyses of Components Comprising the Protein Translocation Machinery of E. Coli
Categories: Biology Biotechnology
Year :1995
Publisher : Elsevier Science
Language : English
N° Of Pages : 1-276[297]
File Info : pdf 15 Mb