Biological NMR Spectroscopy: Biological Nmr Spectroscopy by John L. MarkleyBiological NMR Spectroscopy: Biological Nmr Spectroscopy by John L. Markley

Biological NMR Spectroscopy: Biological Nmr Spectroscopy

EditorJohn L. Markley, Stanley J. Opella

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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This book presents a critical assessment of progress on the use of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to determine the structure of proteins, including brief reviews of the history of the field along with coverage of current clinical and in vivo applications. The book, in honor of OlegJardetsky, one of the pioneers of the field, is edited by two of the most highly respected investigators using NMR, and features contributions by most of the leading workers in the field. It will be valued as a landmark publication that presents the state-of-the-art perspectives regarding one oftoday's most important technologies.
John L. Markley is at University of Wisconsin. Stanley J. Opella is at University of Pennsylvania.
Title:Biological NMR Spectroscopy: Biological Nmr SpectroscopyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:376 pages, 9.49 × 6.38 × 0.98 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195094689

ISBN - 13:9780195094688

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Table of Contents

SECTION I: History of the Biological NMR Spectroscopy1. O. Jardetsky: Simple Insights from the Beginnings of Magnetic Resonance in Molecular Biology2. M. Cohn: Choice of Problems in the Early Days of Biochemical NMR3. R.G. Shulman: Early Days of Biochemical NMR4. J.J.H. Ackerman: William D. Phillips Memorial LectureSECTION II: Protein Structural Studies5. M.R. Gryk and O. Jardetsky: Flexibility and Function of the Escherichia coli trp Repressor6. M.J. Revington, W. Lee, and C.H. Arrowsmith: Heteronuclear Strategies for the Assignment of Larger Protein/DNA Complexes7. C. Ho and H.-W. Kim: Design of Novel Hemoglobins8. C.M. Dobson: The Role of NMR Spectroscopy in Understanding how Proteins Fold9. G.C.K. Roberts, L.-Y. Lian, I.L. Barsukov, S. Modi, and W.U. Primrose: NMR Approaches to Understanding Protein Specificity10. A.P. Hinck, W.F. Walkenhorst, D.M. Truckses, and J.L. Markley: NMR and Mutagenesis Investigations of a Model Cis:Trans Peptide Isomerization Reaction11. S.J.Opella, L.E. Chirlian, and B. Bechinger: A Solid State NMR Approach to Structure Determination of Membrane Associated Peptides and Proteins12. K. Akasaka, T, Yamaguchi, H. Yamada, Y. Kamatari, and T. Konno: NMR Approach to the Heat-, Cold-, and pressure-Induced Unfolding of Proteins13. F. Mari, X. Xie, J.H. Simpson, and D.J. Nelson: Multidimensional NMR Investigation of the Neurotoxic Peptide mastoparan in the Absence and Presence of Calmodulin14. Y. Arata: NMR of Larger Proteins15. K.S. Matthews: Selective Chemical Deuteration of Aromatic Amino Acids16. T. Jardetsky: The Interactions of Antigens and Superantigens with the Human Class II Major Histocompatibility complex Molecule HLA-DR117. W.N. Lipscomb: Chorismate Mutase, Essentially a Template EnzymeSECTION III: Nucleic Acids18. R. Chen, D. Fink, and R.B. Altman: Computing the Structure of Large Complexes19. D. Wemmer: Design and Characterization of New Sequence Specific DNA Ligands20. C. Milhe, A. Lane, and J.F. Lefevre: Determination by 1H NMR of a Slow Conformational Transition and Hydration Change in the Consensus TATAAT Pribnow BoxSECTION IV: In Vivo Spectroscopy21. P.J. Cozzone, J. Vion-Dury, S. Confort-Gouny, F. Nicoli, A.-M. Salvan, and S. Lamoreux: Clinicians Need Localized Proton MRS of the Brain in the Management of HIV-related Encephalopathies22. O. Kaplan and J.S. Cohen: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Studies of cancer Cell Metabolism23. L. Litt, M.T. espanol, Y. Xu, Y. Cohen, L.-H. chang, P.R. Weinstein, P.H. Chan, and T.L. James: Ex Vivo Multinuclear NMR Spectroscopy of Perfused respiring Rat Brain Slices

Editorial Reviews

"The contributors survey the historical development and roles of NMR in a group of introductory essays, and further explore the contemporary research being done in the field with specific discussions."--SciTech Book News