Bioenergetics: A Practical Approach by Guy C. Brown

Bioenergetics: A Practical Approach

EditorGuy C. Brown, Chris E. Cooper

Paperback | April 1, 1995

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Bioenergetics is a very broad subject which covers a wide range of systems. The movement of electrons and ions across and through membranes is important in areas such as energy transduction, cell biology, and cell signalling. This book describes the core of bioenergetic techniques that arenecessary to analyse membrane-translocating events.

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G. C. Brown is at University of Cambridge. C. E. Cooper is at University College of London Medical School.
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Title:Bioenergetics: A Practical ApproachFormat:PaperbackPublished:April 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199634882

ISBN - 13:9780199634880

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Table of Contents

1. Oxygen, proton, and phosphate fluxes and stoichiometries2. Membrane permeability and transport3. The protonmotive force4. Reconstitution of bioenergetic proteins and the uses of proteoliposomes5. Redox states and potentials6. Control and regulation in bioenergetics7. Patch clamping of bioenergetic membranes and proteoliposomes8. Studies of cellular energetics using 31P-NMR9. Isolation and characterization of photosynthetic reaction centres from eukaryotic organisms