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“Advanced Topics on Crystal Growth” ed. by Sukarno Olavo Ferreira

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"Advanced Topics on Crystal Growth" ed. by Sukarno Olavo Ferreira
InTeOpP | 2013 | ISBN: 9535110101 9789535110101 | 432 pages | PDF | 41 MB
The objective of this book is not to cover all areas of crystal growth but just present, as specified in the title, important selected topics, as applied to organic and inorganic systems. All authors have been selected for being key researchers in their field of specialization, working in important universities and research labs around the world. This book is mostly recommended for students working in the field of crystal growth and for scientists and engineers in the fields of crystalline materials, crystal engineering and the industrial applications of crystallization processes.

“Advanced Topics on Crystal Growth” ed. by Sukarno Olavo Ferreira
Crystal growth is the key step of a great number of very important applications. The development of new devices and products, from the traditional microelectronic industry to pharmaceutical industry and many others, depends on crystallization processes.
The first section is mainly devoted to biological systems and covers topics like proteins, bone and ice crystallization.
The second section brings some applications to inorganic systems and describes more general growth techniques like chemical vapor crystallization and electrodeposition.

Contents
Preface
Section 1 Biological and Other Organic Systems
1 Proteins and Their Ligands: Their Importance and Howto Crystallize Them
2 Purification of Erythromycin by Antisolvent Crystallization orAzeotropic Evaporative Crystallization
3 Crystal Growth of Inorganic and Biomediated Carbonates and Phosphates
4 Direction Controlled Growth of Organic Single Crystals by Novel Growth Methods
5 Characterizations of Functions of Biological Materials Having Controlling-Ability Against Ice Crystal Growth
6 The Mineralization of Bone and Its Analogies with Other Hard Tissues
7 Modeling Ice Crystal Formation of Water in Biological System
8 Crystallization: From the Conformerto the Crystal
Section 2 Inorganic Systems
9 Chemical Vapor Transport Reactions-Methods, Materials, Modeling
10 Growth and Development of Sapphire Crystal for LED Applications
11 Crystal Growth by Electrodeposition with Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Emulsion
12 Inorganic Nanostructures Decorated Graphene
13 Metal Chalcogenides Tetrahedral Molecular Clusters: Crystal Engineering and Properties
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“Advanced Topics in Biomineralization” ed. by Jong Seto

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"Advanced Topics in Biomineralization" ed. by Jong Seto
InTeOpP | 2012 | ISBN: 9535100459 9789535100454 | 173 pages | PDF | 23 MB
This book is a compendium of current topics focusing on processes of formation, organization, as well as mineralization of novel structural materials. From enchondral ossification to the application of biomineralized cement, the subject of biomineralization encompasses a range of diverse disciplines including molecular biology, supramolecular chemistry, materials science and engineering.

“Advanced Topics in Biomineralization” ed. by Jong Seto
Contents
Preface
Part 1 Bio mineralizing Schemes and Strategies
1. Intrinsically Disordered Proteins in Bio mineralization
2. Single Amino Acids as Additives Modulating ????? Mineralization
3. Control of ????? Crystal Growth by the Acidic Proteinaceous Fraction of Calcifying Marine Organisms: An In Vitro Study of Biomineralization
Part 2 In vivo Mineralization Systems
4. The Chiton Radula: A Unique Model for Bio mineralization Studies
5. Cartilage Calcification
Part 3 Applied Bio mineralization
6. Bio mimetic Materials Synthesis from Ferritin-Related, Cage-Shaped Proteins
7. Biofilm and Microbial Applications in Bio mineralized Concrete
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“Advanced Topics in Biomineralization” ed. by Jong Seto

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"Advanced Topics in Biomineralization" ed. by Jong Seto
InTeOpP | 2012 | ISBN: 9535100459 9789535100454 | 173 pages | PDF | 23 MB
This book is a compendium of current topics focusing on processes of formation, organization, as well as mineralization of novel structural materials. From enchondral ossification to the application of biomineralized cement, the subject of biomineralization encompasses a range of diverse disciplines including molecular biology, supramolecular chemistry, materials science and engineering.

“Advanced Topics in Biomineralization” ed. by Jong Seto
Contents
Preface
Part 1 Bio mineralizing Schemes and Strategies
1. Intrinsically Disordered Proteins in Bio mineralization
2. Single Amino Acids as Additives Modulating ????? Mineralization
3. Control of ????? Crystal Growth by the Acidic Proteinaceous Fraction of Calcifying Marine Organisms: An In Vitro Study of Biomineralization
Part 2 In vivo Mineralization Systems
4. The Chiton Radula: A Unique Model for Bio mineralization Studies
5. Cartilage Calcification
Part 3 Applied Bio mineralization
6. Bio mimetic Materials Synthesis from Ferritin-Related, Cage-Shaped Proteins
7. Biofilm and Microbial Applications in Bio mineralized Concrete
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ADP-Ribosylation in Animal Tissues: Structure, Function, and Biology of Mono (ADP-ribosyl) Transferases and Related Enzymes

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ADP-Ribosylation in Animal Tissues: Structure, Function, and Biology of Mono (ADP-ribosyl) Transferases and Related Enzymes by Friedrich Haag
English | Dec 21, 2012 | ISBN: 1461346525 | 471 Pages | PDF | 35 MB
Although ADP-ribosylation has been known as a post-translational modification of proteins for approximately thirty years, the study of endogenous mono-ADP-ribosylation in animal tissues has remained somewhat of an orphan field during this time.

ADP-Ribosylation in Animal Tissues: Structure, Function, and Biology of Mono (ADP-ribosyl) Transferases and Related Enzymes
Until recently, interest in the field has concentrated on two types of phenomena: (I) poly-ADP-ribosylation of nuclear proteins in eukaryotes as a mechanism possibly involved in DNA excision repair and (2) mono-ADP-ribosylation by bacterial enzymes, either as a toxic mechanism in eukaryotic host cells or as a reversible regulatory mechanism for control of nitrogen fixation. The identification of diphtheria, cholera, and pertussis toxins as mono(ADP-ribosyl)transferases and their subsequent purification and crystallization have shaped our current knowledge of the biology of mono-ADP-ribosylation reactions and the structure-function relationships of the enzymes involved. In contrast, endogenous transferases of animal tissues escaped molecular cloning, and for a long time their biological relevance was merely postulated by analogy to their bacterial cousins.
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High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins and their Model Systems

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Klaus Möbius, Anton Savitsky, M J Davies, "High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins and their Model Systems: Characterization of Transient Paramagnetic States"
2009 | pages: 391 | ISBN: 0854043683 | PDF | 7,2 mb

High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins and their Model Systems
Understanding the major factors determining the specificity of transmembrane transfer processes in proteins is currently a hot topic in molecular bio-science. Advanced electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) at high magnetic fields is a powerful technique for characterizing the transient states of proteins in action on biologically relevant time scales. This book offers a comprehensive overview of experimental techniques in, and paradigmatic examples of, the application of high-field EPR spectroscopy in biology and chemistry. It focuses on the use of the technique in conjunction with site-specific mutation strategies and advanced quantum-chemical computation methods to reveal protein structure and dynamics. This yields new insights into biological processes at the atomic and molecular level. The theoretical and instrumental background of high-field EPR is described and examples of paradigmatic protein systems, such as photosynthesis, are discussed in the light of recent investigations. Aspects of structure-dynamics-function relations that are revealed by studying site-specific mutants are highlighted, thereby combining high-field EPR with genetic engineering techniques. The information obtained complements that obtained from protein crystallography, solid-state NMR, infrared and optical spectroscopy. The book documents both background knowledge and results of the latest research in the field. Unique features include comparisons of information content of EPR, ENDOR, Triple resonance, ESEEM and PELDOR taken at different microwave frequencies and magnetic fields. Coherent treatment of the subject by the leading Berlin high-field EPR laboratory covers the theoretical background as well as state-of-art research both in terms of instrumentation and application to biological systems. Finally, the book provides an outlook to future developments and references for further reading. High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins in Action is essential reading for scientists, professionals, academics and post graduate students working in this field.
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Engineering the Genetic Code: Expanding the Amino Acid Repertoire for the Design of Novel Proteins

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Engineering the Genetic Code: Expanding the Amino Acid Repertoire for the Design of Novel Proteins By Nediljko Budisa
2005 | 312 Pages | ISBN: 3527312439 | PDF | 4 MB

Engineering the Genetic Code: Expanding the Amino Acid Repertoire for the Design of Novel Proteins
The ability to introduce non-canonical amino acids in vivo has greatly expanded the repertoire of accessible proteins for basic research and biotechnological application. Here, the different methods and strategies to incorporate new or modified amino acids are explained in detail, including a lot of practical advice for first-time users of this powerful technique. Novel applications in protein biochemistry, genomics, biotechnology and biomedicine made possible by the expansion of the genetic code are discussed and numerous examples are given. Essential reading for all molecular life scientists who want to stay ahead in their research.
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Physics in Molecular Biology

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Physics in Molecular Biology
English | Physics, Biology | 25. August 2005 | ISBN-10: 0521844193 | 320 pages | pdf | 3 mb
Tools developed by statistical physicists are of increasing importance in the analysis of complex biological systems. Physics in Molecular Biology, first published in 2005, discusses how physics can be used in modeling life.

Physics in Molecular Biology
It begins by summarizing important biological concepts, emphasizing how they differ from the systems normally studied in physics. A variety of topics, ranging from the properties of single molecules to the dynamics of macro-evolution, are studied in terms of simple mathematical models. The main focus of the book is on genes and proteins and how they build systems that compute and respond. The discussion develops from simple to complex systems, and from small-scale to large-scale phenomena. This book will inspire advanced undergraduates and graduate students in physics to approach biological subjects from a physicist's point of view. It is self-contained, requiring no background knowledge of biology, and only familiarity with basic concepts from physics, such as forces, energy, and entropy.
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Physics in Molecular Biology

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Physics in Molecular Biology
English | Physics, Biology | 25. August 2005 | ISBN-10: 0521844193 | 320 pages | pdf | 3 mb
Tools developed by statistical physicists are of increasing importance in the analysis of complex biological systems. Physics in Molecular Biology, first published in 2005, discusses how physics can be used in modeling life.

Physics in Molecular Biology
It begins by summarizing important biological concepts, emphasizing how they differ from the systems normally studied in physics. A variety of topics, ranging from the properties of single molecules to the dynamics of macro-evolution, are studied in terms of simple mathematical models. The main focus of the book is on genes and proteins and how they build systems that compute and respond. The discussion develops from simple to complex systems, and from small-scale to large-scale phenomena. This book will inspire advanced undergraduates and graduate students in physics to approach biological subjects from a physicist's point of view. It is self-contained, requiring no background knowledge of biology, and only familiarity with basic concepts from physics, such as forces, energy, and entropy.
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Structure and Function in Cell Signalling

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John Nelson, "Structure and Function in Cell Signalling"
2008 | ISBN-10: 0470025506, 0470025514 | 410 pages | PDF | 10 MB

Structure and Function in Cell Signalling
"This book contains extremely detailed and informative content on structure and function of ligands, receptors, and signalling intermediates plus interactions the extent of detail and appropriate referencing is impressive." -Microbiology Today, July 2009 "A very well-written book suitable for use as a reference or textbook for an undergraduate subject in cell signalling. For researchers interested in the molecular basis of cell signalling and how aberrant regulation of cell signalling proteins causes diseases, this is an excellent resource of biochemical and structural information." -Australian Biochemist, August 2009 "From basics to details, this is an elegantly written and carefully edited book. The chapters on cell cycle control and oncogenesis are particularly fascinating and valuable to biomedical research. This is the book to have if you are interested in molecular mechanisms of signal transduction. It is a great introduction to the literature that will be welcomed by students and experts alike." -Doody’s, January 2009 This text is a concise and accessible introduction to the dynamic but complex field of signal transduction. Rather than simply cataloguing all signalling molecules and delineating every known pathway, this book aims to break signalling down into common elements and activities – the nuts and bolts' of cellular information exchange. With an emphasis on clarity of presentation throughout, the book teaches the basic principles focusing on a mature core of knowledge, providing students with a foundation of learning in this complex and potentially confusing subject. It also addresses the issue of variation in the numbering of key amino acids as well as featuring interaction with RasMol software, and exercises to aid understanding. An accessible introduction to the complex field of cell signalling Interacts with RasMol software – freely downloadable for viewing structures in 3D Includes exercises and clear instructions in the use of RasMol Well illustrated in full colour throughout is an invaluable resource to students across a range of life science degree programmes including biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, physiology, biomedicine and oncology. This book provides a clear, accessible introduction to this rapidly expanding field.
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Structure and Function in Cell Signalling

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John Nelson, "Structure and Function in Cell Signalling"
2008 | ISBN-10: 0470025506, 0470025514 | 410 pages | PDF | 10 MB

Structure and Function in Cell Signalling
"This book contains extremely detailed and informative content on structure and function of ligands, receptors, and signalling intermediates plus interactions the extent of detail and appropriate referencing is impressive." -Microbiology Today, July 2009 "A very well-written book suitable for use as a reference or textbook for an undergraduate subject in cell signalling. For researchers interested in the molecular basis of cell signalling and how aberrant regulation of cell signalling proteins causes diseases, this is an excellent resource of biochemical and structural information." -Australian Biochemist, August 2009 "From basics to details, this is an elegantly written and carefully edited book. The chapters on cell cycle control and oncogenesis are particularly fascinating and valuable to biomedical research. This is the book to have if you are interested in molecular mechanisms of signal transduction. It is a great introduction to the literature that will be welcomed by students and experts alike." -Doody’s, January 2009 This text is a concise and accessible introduction to the dynamic but complex field of signal transduction. Rather than simply cataloguing all signalling molecules and delineating every known pathway, this book aims to break signalling down into common elements and activities – the nuts and bolts' of cellular information exchange. With an emphasis on clarity of presentation throughout, the book teaches the basic principles focusing on a mature core of knowledge, providing students with a foundation of learning in this complex and potentially confusing subject. It also addresses the issue of variation in the numbering of key amino acids as well as featuring interaction with RasMol software, and exercises to aid understanding. An accessible introduction to the complex field of cell signalling Interacts with RasMol software – freely downloadable for viewing structures in 3D Includes exercises and clear instructions in the use of RasMol Well illustrated in full colour throughout is an invaluable resource to students across a range of life science degree programmes including biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, physiology, biomedicine and oncology. This book provides a clear, accessible introduction to this rapidly expanding field.
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