Molecular Aspects of Membrane Phenomena : International Symposium held at the Battelle Seattle Research Center, Seattle, WA, USA, November 4–6, 1974

This book is a compilation of formal presentations made during a three-day invitational conference at Battelle Research Center in Seattle, Washington. The purpose of organizing and publishing the proceedings of the conference is to provide a comprehensive survey of present knowledge on the determina...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Kaback, H.R. (Editor), Neurath, H. (Editor), Radda, G.K. (Editor), Schwyzer, R. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1975, 1975
Edition:1st ed. 1975
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a Dynamic Properties -- Some New Approaches to ATPase Mechanisms in Energy Conversion -- Chemical Probes for the Geometry of Membrane Proteins -- Structure-Function Relation in Escherichia coli Membranes -- Changes in Receptor Immunoglobin Turnover during B-Lymphocyte Differentiation -- Time Domains in Membrane Kinetics -- A Genetic Approach to the Study of Oxidative Phosphorylation in Bacteria -- Adenosine Triphosphate Synthesis by Sodium, Potassium Adenosine Triphosphatase -- Bilayer Dynamics Studies Using Capacitance Relaxation -- Recognition -- Studies on Polypeptide Hormone Receptors -- Cell Surface Membrane Changes and Growth Control of Cultured Fibroblasts -- Characterization of the Thyrotropin Receptor and Its Involvement in Exophthalmos -- Binding and Gating by the Acetylcholine Receptor -- Effects of Colicin la on Membrane Functions of Escherichia coli -- Energy Coupling -- Energy Coupling and Solute Transfer -- Studies of Respiratory Control in Submitochondrial Particles and Reconstituted Systems -- Energy Coupling in the Plasma Membrane of Neurospora: ATP-Dependent Proton Transport and Proton-Dependent Sugar Cotransport -- Isolated Bacterial Cytoplasmic Membrane Vesicles: A Model System for the Study of Active Transport -- On the Diversity of Links between Transport and Metabolism in Bacteria -- Mechanisms of Membrane Electron and Proton Transfer -- The Relation of Proton Gradients to Energy Conservation in Isolated Chloroplasts -- Light Energy Transduction in Halobacterium halobium -- Rhodopsin in Experimental Membranes: An Approach to Elucidate Its Role in the Process of Phototransduction 
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520 |a This book is a compilation of formal presentations made during a three-day invitational conference at Battelle Research Center in Seattle, Washington. The purpose of organizing and publishing the proceedings of the conference is to provide a comprehensive survey of present knowledge on the determinants of membrane structure, the molec­ ular specificity of membrane function, and the dynamic properties of membranes. Each presentation was followed by discussions which, be­ cause of their informal and spontaneous character, have not been in­ cluded in this publication. Molecular studies of biological membrane phenomena have progressed over the past decade to the point where it is now realistic to expect future resolution of the physico-chemical processes or forces governing the organization, function, and dynamic properties of membranes. Drs. Radda, Kaback, and Schwyzer, each presenting a different approach to the biochemical and biophysical study of membranes, devoted four to six weeks as Battelle Visiting Fellows to developing the format and the roster of participants of the conference. The scientific "cluster" concept for planning the conference is reflected in the breadth of topics presented in this publication