Microcompartmentation and Phase Separation in Cytoplasm: Microcompartmentation and Phase Separation in Cytoplasm Microcompartmentation and Phase Separation in Cytoplasm Volume 192
This volume provides an overview of major cytoplasmic properties and events which including cytoarchitecture and the physical properties of cytoplasm, molecular compartmentation and gradients, channeling, sorting, and trafficking. It also addresses physicochemical events, both measured and anticipated, which attend solutions under conditions prevailing in cytoplasm: molecular crowding. It summarizes the current state of knowledge in the field and considers questions such as how molecules in cytoplasm interact.
- Hardback | 352 pages
- 156.2 x 236 x 19.3mm | 636.99g
- 27 Oct 1999
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
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Table of contents
V. Tolstoguzov, Compositions and Phase Diagrams for Aqueous Systems Based on Proteins and Polysaccharides.
G. Johansson and H. Walter, Partitioning and Concentrating Biomaterials in Auqeous Phase Systems.
G. Kopperschlager, Effects of Specific Binding Reactions on the Partitioning Behavior of Biomaterials.
H. Cabezas, Properties of Interfaces and Transport Across Them.
F. Tjerneld and H.-O. Johansson, Compartmentalization of Enzymes and Distribution of Products in Aqueous Two-Phase Systems.
Physicochemical Properties of Cytoplasm:
H.-O. Johansson, D.E. Brooks, and C.A. Haynes, Macromolecular Crowding and Its Consequences.
J.I. Clark and J.M. Clark, Lens Cytoplasmic Phase Separation.
K. Luby-Phelps, Cytoarchitecture and Physical Properties of Cytoplasm: Volume, Viscosity, Diffusion, Intracellular Surface Area.
T.Y. Aw, Intracellular Compartmentation of Organelles and Gradients of Low Molecular Weight Species.
J. Ovadi and P.A. Srere, Macromolecular Compartmentation and Channeling.
K.D. Garlid, The State of Water in Biological Systems.
L. Pagliaro, Mechanisms for Cytoplasmic Organization: An Overview.
Cytoplasm and Phase Separation:
D.E. Brooks, Can Cytoplasm Exist Without Undergoing Phase Separation?
H. Walter, Consequences of Phase Separation in Cytoplasm.