Structure and Function of Calcium Release Channels: Volume 66
This publication also includes tools to enchance membrane protein crystallization, technique advancements, and crystallization strategies used for photosystem I and its complexes, establishing Membrane Protein Crystallization as a needed, practical reference for researchers.
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- 152.4 x 231.14 x 22.86mm | 657.71g
- 22 Sep 2010
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
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Table of contents
RyRs: their disposition, frequency and relationships with other proteins of calcium release units (Clara Franzini Armstrong).
Electron Microscopy of Ryanodine Receptors (Terrence Wagenknecht and Zheng Li).
The ryanodine receptor pore: is there a consensus view? (Carney, J; Mason, SA; Viero, CL and Williams, AJ)
Regulation of the RyR channel gating by different modulators (Derek Laver).
Regulation of Ryanodine Receptor Ion Channels through Post-translational Modifications. (Gerhard Meissner).
Crosstalk via the sarcoplasmic gap: The DHPR - RyR interaction (Manfred Grabner and Anamika Dayal).
Ryanodinopathies: RyR-linked Muscle Diseases (Lan Wei and Robert T. Dirksen).
PART 2: IP3R Ca2+ Release channels
Structure of IP3 Receptors. (Irina I. Serysheva and Steven J. Ludtke)
Molecular Architecture Of The Inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate Receptor Pore. (Darren Boehninng)
Adenophostins: high-affinity agonists of IP3 receptors. (Ana M. Rossi, Andrew, M. Riley, Barry V. L. Potter and Colin W. Taylor)
Regulation of IP3R channel gating by Ca2+ and Ca2+ Binding Proteins (J. Kevin Foskett and Don-On Daniel Mak).
Regulation of IP3R channels through phosphorylation/ATP (Matthew J. Betzenhauser and David I. Yule).
Role of thiols in the structure and function of Inositol trisphosphate receptors (Suresh Joseph).
Inositol 1,4,5-tripshosphate receptor, calcium signaling and polyglutamine expansion disorders (Ilya Bezprozvanny).