Methods in Neurosciences: G Proteins v.29

Methods in Neurosciences: G Proteins v.29

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This volume presents biochemical and molecular techniques for the functional characterization of G proteins. Detailed methodologies are described for the production and purification of recombinant G protein subunits, for the manipulation of both sense and antisense G proteins RNA and DNA.
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  • Hardback | 410 pages
  • 203 x 248 x 24mm | 980g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • index
  • 0121852997
  • 9780121852993

Table of contents

G proteins controlling differentiation, growth and development - analysis by antisense RNA/DNA technology, C.M. Moxham et al; analysis of adenylyl cyclase subspecies gene expression in brain by "in situ" hybridization histochemistry, N. Mons; site-directed mutagenesis of g protein alpha subunits - analysis of alpha-2 phosphorylation and fatty acid acylation, H. Hallak et al; protein activity in solubilized membrane preparations, I. Litosch and H. Xie; cross-linking of synaptoneurosome g proteins, S. Coulter et al; quantitative reconstitution and ADP-ribosylation assays for g proteins, J. Abramowitz; functional assays to study coupling of dopamine D2 receptors to g proteins, J.-H. Baik et al; assays for g protein beta-gamma subunit activity, J.B. Higgins and P.J. Casey; alpha-2 adrenergic receptor coupling to g proteins, A.E. Remmers; somatostatin receptor coupling to g proteins, J.R. Hadcock and J. Strnad; galanin-receptor g protein interactions and stimulation of GTPase actitivy, S.L. Gillison et al; cloning and site-directed mutagenesis studies of gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptor, S.C. Sealfon et al; use of the "xenopus laevis" expression system for structure-function analysis of g protein-coupled receptor for parathyroid hormone and parathyroid hormone-related protein, P.R. Turner et al. (Part contents).
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