Lipases, Part A: Biotechnology: Volume 284
- Hardback | 408 pages
- 152 x 229 x 25.4mm | 750g
- 25 Sep 1997
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
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Table of contents
M. Cygler and J.D. Schrag, Structure as a Basis for Understanding the Interfacial Properties of Lipases.
F. Drablos and S.B. Petersen, Identification of Conserved Residues in a Family of Esterase and Lipase Sequences.
S.B. Petersen, F. Drablos, M.T. Neves, and E.I. Petersen, Identification of Important Motifs in Protein Sequences: The Program Multim and Its Applications to Lipase Related Sequences.
J.D. Schrag and M. Cygler, Lipases and the (/( Hydrolase Fold.
C. Cambillau, Y. Bourne, M.P. Egloff, C. Martinez, and H. van Tilbeurgh, Pancreatic Lipases and Their Complexes with Colipases and Inhibitors: Crystallization and Crystal Packing.
M.R. Egmond and C.J.van Bemmel, Impact of Structural Information on Understanding Lipolytic Function.
M.T. Neves, P. Martel, E.I. Petersen, F. Drablos, and S.B. Petersen, Surface and Electrostatics of Cutinases.
Isolation, Cloning, Expression, and Engineering:
M.E. Lowe, Site-Specific Mutagenesis of Human Pancreatic Lipase.
H. Wong, R.C. Davis, J.S. Hill, D. Yang, and M. Schotz, Lipase Engineering: A Window into Structure-Function Relationships.
L. Blackberg, R.-D. Duan, and B. Sternby,Purification of Carboxyl Ester Lipase (Bile Salt-Stimulated Lipase) from Human Milk and Pancreas.
C. Schmidt-Dannert, M.L. R a, and R.D. Schmid, Two Novel Lipases from the Thermophile Bacillus thermocatenulatus: Screening, Purification, Cloning, Overexpression, and Properties.
P. Adlercreutz, T. Gitlesen, I. Ncube, and J.S. Read, Vernonia Lipase: A Plant Lipase with Strong Fatty Acid Selectivity.
J.S. Hill, R.C. Davis, D. Yang, M.C. Schotz, and H. Wong, Hepatic Lipase: High Level Expression and Subunit Structure Determination.
L. Alberghina and M. Lotti, Cloning, Sequencing, and Expression of Candida rugosa Lipases.
L. Dupuis, S. Canaan, M. Riviore, and C. Wicker-Planquart, Influence of Various Signal Peptides onSecretion of Mammalian Acidic Lipases in the Baculovirus/Insect Cell System.
C. Holm, J.A. Contreras, R. Verger, and M.C. Schotz, Large-Scale Purification and Kinetic Properties of Recombinant Hormone-Sensitive Lipase from Baculovirus/Insect Cell Systems.
M.E. Lowe, New Pancreatic Lipases: Gene Expression, Protein Secretion, and the Newborn.
M. Boston, C. Requadt, S. Danko, A. Jarnagin, E. Ashizawa, S. Wu, A.J. Poulose, and R. Bott, Structure and Function of Engineered Pseudomonas mendocina Lipase.
A. Svendsen, I.G. Clausen, S.A. Patkar, K. Borch, and M. Thellersen, Protein Engineering of Microbial Lipases with Industrial Interest.
E. Mas, M.-O. Sadoulet, A. El Battari, and D. Lombardo, Glycosylation of Bile Salt-Dependent Lipase (Cholesterol Esterase).
L. Haalck, F. Paltauf, J. Pleiss, R.D. Schmid, F. Spener, and P. Stadler, Steroselectivity of Lipase from Rhizopus oryzae toward Triacylglycerols and Analogs: Computer Aided Modeling and Experimental Validation.