Guidebook to the Calcium-Binding Proteins

Paperback | April 30, 1999

EditorMarco R. CeliobyThomas Pauls, Beat Schwaller

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This is the latest book in the Sambrook and Tooze Guidebook Series, and it comprehensively details all that is currently known about the calcium-binding proteins. Calcium-binding proteins form a large family and have many functions within the cell, including decoding cellular signals. Thisis an active and expanding area of research, with new and important discoveries continually being made. Biochemists will find this book particularly useful, as will biologists in many fields in which the calcium-binding proteins are involved, such as neuroscience.

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This is the latest book in the Sambrook and Tooze Guidebook Series, and it comprehensively details all that is currently known about the calcium-binding proteins. Calcium-binding proteins form a large family and have many functions within the cell, including decoding cellular signals. Thisis an active and expanding area of research, ...

Marco Celio is at University of Fribourg.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:254 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.79 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198599501

ISBN - 13:9780198599500

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Table of Contents

IntroductionAequorin and luciferin-binding proteinAlpha-ActininAnnexins (Introduction)Annexin IAnnexin IIAnnexin IIIAnnexin IVAnnexin VAnnexin VIAnnexin VIIAnnexin XIAvian thymic hormoneBacterial calcium-binding proteinsCa2+ ATPase plasma membraneCaenorhabditis elegans NCSCalcium vector proteinCalcineurinCalcyphosineCalmeginCalmodulinCalmodulin-like proteinsCalnexinCalpainsCalreticulinCalretininCalretinin 22k and 20kCalsensinCalsequestrinCentrinCrystallinsDiacylglycerol kinaseEF-hand calcium-binding proteinsERC-55ER calcistorin/protein disulfide isomeraseFlagellar calcium-binding proteinFrequeninFrequenin-like ubiquitous proteinGrancalcinHippocalcinInvertebrates plantsLyosin essential light chainMyosin regulatory light chainNCS-1Neuron specific calcium sensor (the NCS subfamily)NeurocalcinOncomolduninParvalbuminPlasmodium falciparum calcium-dependent proteinkinase (PfCPK)ProfilaggrinRecoverinReticulocalbinS100 proteinss100A1S100A2S100A3S100A4S100A5S100A6S100A7S100A8 and S100A9S100A10S100BS100CS100DS100PSarcoplasmic calcium-binding proteins and calerythrinS-modulinSorcinSPARCSpec and LPS1 proteins from sea urchinSpectrin (Brain)SquidulinTechniques for measuring the binding of Ca2+ and Mg2+ to calcium-binding proteinTCBP-25TrichohyalinTroponinCVILIP 1VILIP 2VILIP 3Visinin

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"This reference book provides an excellent and current survey of the large and important field of calcium-binding proteins. . . . Overall, this guide is very useful and will be of interest to a large number of individuals, particularly basic and clinical researchers in the field, as well as to ageneral audience interested in protein science."--The Quarterly Review of Biology"The volume provides an excellent reference book on calcium-binding proteins in a concise and well-illustrated format, with individual chapters written by experts in the field, and directs the reader to more detailed literature on each topic."--Journal of Medicinal Chemistry"Marco R. Celio has edited a very useful and comprehensive handbook....The Guidebook provides easy access to information on the entire family of calcium-binding proteins and will be useful to both experienced workers in the field for comparative purposes and newcomers wishing a handy snapshot of thefield."--Patrician B. O'Hara, Journal of American Chemical Society