Membrane Fusion Technique, Part A: Volume 220

Membrane Fusion Technique, Part A: Volume 220 : Membrane Fusion Techniques, Part A

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The critically acclaimed laboratory standard, Methods in Enzymology, is one of the most highly respected publications in the field of biochemistry. Since 1955, each volume has been eagerly awaited, frequently consulted, and praised by researchers and reviewers alike. The series contains much material still relevant today--truly an essential publication for researchers in all fields of life sciences.
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  • Hardback | 433 pages
  • 156 x 232 x 26mm | 780.19g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 0121821218
  • 9780121821210

Table of contents

Fusion of liposomes and other artificial membranes: N. Diizg@nes and J. Wilschut, Fusion assays monitoring intermixing of aqueous contents. D. Hoekstra and N. Diizgiines, Lipid mixing assays to determine fusion in liposome systems. J Silvius, Assay of intermembrane lipid mixing using acyl chain-labeled coumarinyl phospholipids. S. W. Burgess and B.R. Lentz, Fluorescence lifetime measurements to monitor membrane lipid mixing. F Cohen and W.D. Niles, Reconstituting channels into planar membranes: A conceptual framework and optimal methods for fusing vesicles to planar bilavers phospholipid membranes. D. Friend and D. Papahadjopoulos, Freeze fracture electron microscopy of liposome fusion. P. Yeagle, "P Nuclear magnetic resonance in membrane fusion studies. S. Ohki, Fusion of spherical membranes. S. Ohki, Surface chemical techniques in studies of Membrane Fusion. L. Chernomordik, Fusion of Semispherical Membranes. D. Needham, Measurement of Interbilaver Adhesion Energies. C.A. Helm and J. Israelachvili, Forces between Phospholipid Bilayers and Their Relationship to Membrane Fusion. K. Arnold and K. Gawrish, Effects of Fusogenic Agents on Membrane Hydration: A Deuterium NMR Approach. Induction of Cell-Cell Fusion: J.M. Baldwin and J. Lucy, Chemically Induced Fusion of Erythrocyte Membranes. G.A. Neil and U. Zimmermann, Electrofusion. A.E. Sowers, Membrane Electrofusion: New Paradigm for Study of Membrane Fusion Mechanisms. S. Jr Hui and D.A. Stenger, Electrofusion of Cells: Comparison of Hybridoma Production by Electrofusion and by Poly(ethylene glycol). U. Karsten, Comparison of Poly(ethylene glycol)- and Electric Field-Mediated Cell Fusion for the Formation of Hybridomas. T. Y. Tsong, Selective B-Lymphocyte-Myeloma Cell Fusion. Fusion of Viruses with Target Membranes: M.Marsh, Biochemical and Morphological Assays of Virus Entry. D. Hoekstra and K. Klappe, Fluorescence Assavs to Monitor Fusion of Enveloped Viruses. A. Purl, AI.J Clague, C. Schoch, and R. Blumenthal, Kinetics of Fusion of Enveloped Viruses with Cells. Y. Barenholz, Metabolic Labeling of Viral Membrane Lipids bv Fluorescent Fattv Acids: Tool for Studying Viral-Induced Fusion. J Wilschut, Reconstitution of lauenza Virus. S Ohnishi and K. Kuroda, Electron Spin Resonance Methods for Studying Virus-Cell Membrane Fusion. K.Al.J. Burger, L.J Calder, P.M. Frederik, and A, Verjkleij, Electron Microscopy of Vir-us-Liposome Fusion. S Nir, Analysis of Kinetics and Extent of Fusion of Viruses with Target membranes.
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