Cumulative Subject Index, Volumes 31, 32 and 34-60 by Nathan P. Kaplan, Nathan P. Colowick, Martha G. Dennis,

By Nathan P. Kaplan, Nathan P. Colowick, Martha G. Dennis, Edward A. Dennis

The seriously acclaimed laboratory commonplace, Methods in Enzymology, is among the so much hugely revered courses within the box of biochemistry. considering that 1955, each one quantity has been eagerly awaited, usually consulted, and praised through researchers and reviewers alike. The sequence includes a lot fabric nonetheless suitable this day - actually a vital e-book for researchers in all fields of lifestyles sciences

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Coli cell envelope, XXXII, 91 effect of DABs or PMPs labeling, LVI, 621 efrapeptin, LV, 494, 495 electron microscopy, XXXII, 31 energy-transducing binding sites, LV, 299-302 distribution, LV, 297 physical properties, LV, 298, 299 F1, XLVI, 83, 277, 278, 287 in fat cells, XXXI, 67 gel electrophoresis, XXXII, 297 hepatoma mitochondria, LV, 81, 84, 88 inhibition by arylazido-B-alanine ATP, XLVI, 276, 277 Keilin-Hartree preparation, LV, 121, 124, 125 latent assay, activity, LV, 191, 192 DCCD-sensitive, solubilization and purification, LV, 193-195 properties, LV, 192 unmasking, LV, 188 in lung lamellar bodies, XXXI, 423, 424 membrane-bound in plants isolation, XXXII, 392-406 properties, XXXII, 403 membrane depletion, LV, 110-112 Mg2+-activated, XXXII, 289 assay in mutants, LVI, 113 everted vesicles, LVI, 235, 237, 238 Mg2 +-Na +-K +-dependent, in microsomal fractions, LII, 88 in microvillous membrane, XXXI, 130 miscellaneous inhibitors, LV, 515-518 mit mutants, LVI, 16 mitochondrial, assay, LVI, 101 mutant, complementation, LV, 810 24 in myosin measurement, XXXII, 744 Na+,K*-activated, XLVI, 523-531 active site studies, XXXVI, 489 assay, XXXII, 285-289 8-azido-ATP, LVI, 646 Ca2+-activated ATPase compared, XXXII, 305, 306 circular dichroism studies, XXXII, 230-233 gel electrophoresis, XXXII, 288, 289 isolation, XXXII, 277-290 incubation, XXXII, 281, 282 tissue preparation, XXXII, 280, 281 molecular activity, XXXII, 286 ouabain-binding capacity, XXXII, 287, 288 properties, XXXII, 279; XXXVI, 438, 439 purification, XXXII, 282-285 steroid effects, XXXVI, 434-439 zonal centrifugation, XXXII, 283, 284, 289 NCCD, LV, 500, 501 of neurosecretory granules, XXXI, 403 in nuclear membrane, XXXI, 290 oligomycin, LV, 503, 504 oligomycin-sensitive 2-azido-4-nitrophenol labeling, LVI, 683 components, LVI, 12, 40 cytoplasmic petite mutants, LVI, 155 mitochondria, LVI, 11 mutants, LVI, 105 polypeptides, LVI, 597-600 organotins, LV, 509, 510 in oxyntic cells, XXXII, 716, 717 perchloric acid, LV, 201 phosphorylating vesicles, LV, 168 in plasma membranes, XXXI, 67, 88, 148, 171, 185 preparation by chloroform technique, LV, 337, 338 from beef heart mitochondria, LV, 338 25 Adenosinetriphosphatase inhibitor concentration and further purification, LV, 338-341 energy-conserving membranes, LV, 341-343 properties, LV, 343 from E.

Coli auxotrophs, XXXII, 864 Acyl-N-glycoside, XXXIV, 323, 324, see also specific glycosides Acyl hydrazide, XLVI, 209 Acyl hydrazide derivative, XXXIV, 34 Acyl hydrazide group, assay, by titration, XLIV, 93 Acyl hydrolase, lipolytic enzymatic activity, XXXI, 521, 522, 525 inhibition, XXXI, 524 in plant extracts, XXXI, 527 Acyl hydroxamate, XLIII, 477 chromatography, L, 81 1-Acyl-lysolecithin, see DL-Stearoyl-3lysolecithin 2-Acyl-lysophosphatidylethanolamine, see 2-0-Palmitoyl-sn-glycerol-3-(2'aminoethyl hydrogen phosphate) Acylmannosamine from acylneuraminic acids, L, 81, 82 thin layer chromatography, L, 81, 82 N -Acylneuraminate-4-O -acetyltransferase, from equine submandibular gland, reaction, L, 386 N-Acylneuraminate-7-O -acetyltransferase N-acylneuraminate-9(7)-O -acetyltransferase, L, 381 reaction, L, 381 N -Acylneuraminate-9(7)-O -acetyltransferase assay, L, 381-384 glycoprotein synthesis, L, 386 isolation from bovine submandibular gland, L, 384 occurrence, L, 385, 386 properties, L, 384, 385 reaction, L, 381 Acylneuraminate pyruvate-lyase acylneuraminic acid cleavage, L, 81, 82 sialic acid determination, L, 75, 76 Acylneuraminic acid Acylneuraminic acid fractionation, L, 69 isolation, L, 67, 68 purification, L, 68, 69 e r y t h r o - N -Acyl-D-sphingosine 2aminoethylphosphonate, intermediate in synthesis of sphingomyelin analogues, XXXV, 526 O-Acylthiamin hydroxylase, LII, 16 Acyltransferase, see Acyl-CoA:6aminopenicillanic acid acyltransferase N-Acylurea, formation, XLVII, 280, 281 AD, see Acyl-CoA dehydrogenase ADA, see Azodianiline Adair expression, XLVIII, 286, 288 positive cooperativity, XLVIII, 293 Adams Suction Apparatus, XXXII, 98, 99 ADC, see Analog-to-digital converter Adenine, XLVI, 19 cAMP incorporation, XXXIX, 266-268 chromatographic separation, LI, 559, 56O in cyclic AMP assay, XXXI, 105-109 determination, LI, 263 electrophoretic mobility, LI, 570 electrophoretic separation, LI, 568-570 inhibitor of adenosine deaminase, LI, 5O6 of nucleoside deoxyribosyltransferase, LI, 455 of orotate phosphoribosyltransferase, LI, 166 in media, LVIII, 54, 66 phosphodiesterase, XXXVIII, 244 product of adenosine monophosphate nucleosidase, LI, 263 radiolabeled incorporation into cAMP, XXXII, 679, 680 purification, LI, 575 18 substrate of adenine phosphoribosyltransferase, LI, 558 of tryptophanyl-tRNA synthetase, LIX, 251, 252 Adenine deaminase, in bacteria, LI, 263 Adenine nucleotide, see also specific compounds analogs, XLVI, 259, 302-307 assay, LV, 668 binding by ATPase, LVI, 527 binding sites of ATPases, LV, 300 calcium influx, LVI, 340 cell fractionation by digitonin method, LVI, 212, 213 distribution in mitochondria and cytosol using digitonin fractionation, LVI, 213-215 cavitation procedure, LVI, 219 extraction methods, LVII, 81 in mitochondria, LV, 239 production in isolated renal tubules, XXXIX, 13, 16, 18 ratio, constancy, LV, 230-232 spin-labeled, XLVI, 260 stock solutions, LVI, 531,532 transport, XLVI, 83 transporter, reconstituted, LV, 706, 710 activity, LV, 705 Adenine phosphoribosyltransferase, LI, 558-580 activity, LI, 558, 559 amino acid analysis, LI, 580 in 5'-amino- 1-ribosyl-4imidazolecarboxamide 5'phosphate synthesis, LI, 189 assay, LI, 559-561, 568-570, 574, 575 cation requirement, LI, 556, 573 cellular localization, LI, 559, 568 from E .

Coli crude extract, LIX, 297 product, adenylate kinase, XLIV, 892 production, determination, LI, 468 in protein synthesis, XXXVII, 247-248 purification, XXXVIII, 79 radiolabeled electrophoretic mobility, LI, 355 synthesis, LI, 3, 12 rate of labeling with submitochondrial particles, LV, 249-250 regenerating system, in adenylate cyclase assay, XXXI, 112 regeneration, XLIV, 887, 888 removal, XXXVIII, 25 requirement messenger ribonucleic acid binding to 40 S ribosomal subunits, LX, 409 polyphenylalanine synthesis, LX, 683, 684 28 protein kinase inhibition of protein synthesis, LX, 287-290, 503 reverse salt gradient chromatography, LIX, 216 ribosomal protein synthesis, LVI, 27 separation, XXXI, 107, 108; LV, 285, 287, 288 procedure, LV, 251, 252 reagents and materials, LV, 250, 251 spin-labeled, XLVI, 285, 286 stabilizer of ribonucleoside diphosphate reductase, LI, 228, 238, 241 submitochondrial particles, LV, 111, 112 substrate for acetyl-CoA carboxylase, XXXV, 3, 16, 17, 25 of carbamoyl-phosphate synthetase, LI, 21, 29, 33, 106, 111, 112, 122 of cytidine triphosphate synthetase, LI, 79, 84 of FGAM synthetase, LI, 193, 195, 196, 197 of firefly luciferase, LVII, 3, 37, 58, 74 of GMP synthetase, LI, 213, 219 for palmityl-CoA synthase, XXXV, 117, 122 of phosphoribosylglycinamide synthetase, LI, 179, 180 of phosphoribosylpyrophosphate synthetase, LI, 3, 10, 12 of succino-AICAR synthetase, LI, 186 of tryptophanyl-tRNA synthetase, LIX, 247, 248, 249 of uridine-cytidine kinase, LI, 299, 300, 305, 315, 320 synthesis artificially imposed electrochemical potential of protons, LV, 367, 368 by carbamoyl-phosphate synthetase subunits, LI, 26, 27 by cyanide-inhibited mitochondria, LVII, 44, 45 energetics, LIII, 374 29 Adenosine triphosphate-phosphate exchange implications of electrochemical proton gradient for mechanism, LVI, 496 in intact mitochondria, LVII, 42, 43 ionic composition, LVII, 49 by light-stimulated purple membrane vesicles assay of ATP synthesis, LV, 778, 779 of membrane potential and proton gradient, LV, 779, 780 principle, LV, 777 properties, LV, 780 reconstitution of vesicles, LV, 777, 778 measurement, LVI, 494 model reaction, LV, 538, 539 in muscle, substrate entry, XXXIX, 495 in plant, inhibition, XXXI, 531 rapid kinetics, LVII, 45-50 rate, LV, 118 reconstitution under imposed pH gradient, LV, 746-748 :resolution and reconstitution, LV, 736, 737 methods, LV, 737-741 by sonicated inner-membrane vesicles, LVII, 43, 44 steroid hydroxylation, LV, 10 using K ÷ concentration gradients, LV, 666, 667 cation fluxes mediated by carboxylic ionophores, LV, 674, 675 dependence of energy transduction on gradient, LV, 672,673 experimental procedure, LV, 667,668 general features, LV, 669, 670 properties, LV, 670-672 summary, LV, 675 yield and reproducibility, LV, 673, 674 transport, LVI, 247-250 uptake, mitochondrial composition and, LVI, 565, 566 utilization by in vitro placenta, XXXIX, 249 in vitro labeling of ribosomal proteins, LIX, 517, 527 [a-32P]Adenosine triphosphate, in tRNA end-group labeling, LIX, 103 [T-32p]Adenosine triphosphate inosamine kinase assay, XLIII, 451 preparation, LIX, 61 of labeled oligonucleotides, LIX, 58, 75 in tRNA end-group labeling, LIX, 71, 103 [14C]Adenosine triphosphate assay of AMP formation during aminoacylation, LIX, 287 of nucleotide incorporation, LIX, 182 [~H]Adenosine triphosphate, assay of CTP(ATP):tRNA nucleotidyltransferase, LIX, 123 [32p]Adenosine triphosphate assay of tryptophanyl-tRNA synthetase, LIX, 238 removal, LIX, 238 Adenosine triphosphate-adenosine diphosphate exchange, assay, LV, 285, 286, 288 Adenosine 5'-triphosphate-agarose, XXXIV, 253,261,477 meromyosin, XXXIV, 479 Adenosine triphosphate-P i exchange complex, components, LVI, 580, 584, 585, 600 Adenosine triphosphate nitrene, XLVI, 264 Adenosine triphosphate-phosphate exchange assay, LV, 286, 287, 288, 310-313 ATPase inhibitor, LV, 404, 412 DCCD, LV, 499 OSCP assay, LV, 392 preparation from E.

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