Intermediate Filaments: Intermediate Filaments by Harald HerrmannIntermediate Filaments: Intermediate Filaments by Harald Herrmann

Intermediate Filaments: Intermediate Filaments

EditorHarald Herrmann, J. Robin Harris


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German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany. A continuation of the journal: Sub-Cellular Biochemistry, Volumes 1 to 4 of which were published quarterly from 1972 to 1975. For researchers.
Title:Intermediate Filaments: Intermediate FilamentsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:654 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.03 inPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306458543

ISBN - 13:9780306458545

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Table of Contents

1. Fish Intermediate Filament Proteins in Structure, Evolution, and Function; J. Markl, N. Schechter. 2. Intermediate Filament Organization during Oogenesis and Early Development in the Clawed Frog, Xenopus laevis; D.L. Gard, M.W. Klymkowsky. 3. The Complexity of Gene Families Involved in Epithelial Differentiation: Keratin Genes and the Epidermal Differentiation Complex; D. Mischke. 4. Keratin Modifications and Solubility Properties in Epithelial Cells and in Vitro; M.B. Omary, et al. 5. Lessons from Keratin Transgenic and Knockout Mice; T.M. Magin. 6. The Wound Repair-Associated Keratins 6, 16, and 17: Insights into the Role of Intermediate Filaments in Specifying Keratinocyte Cytoarchitecture; K. McGowan, P.A. Coulombe. 7. Cytokeratins as Markers of Differentiation in the Diagnosis of Epithelial Tumors; R. Moll. 8. Molecular Dissection of Desmosomal Assembly and Intermediate Filament Anchorage; S.M. Troyanovsky, R.E. Leube. 9. Lens Intermediate Filament Proteins; A. Sandilands, et al. 10. Structure, Assembly, and Dynamics of Intermediate Filaments; H. Herrmann, U. Aebi. 11. Measuring the Assembly Kinetics and Binding Properties of Intermediate Filament Proteins; I. Hofmann. 12. Visoelasticity of Intermediate Filament Networks; P.A. Janmey, et al. 13. Transient Electric Birefringence in the Study of Intermediate Filament Assembly; H. van Amerongen, et al. 14. Possible Regulation of Intermediate Filament Proteins by RhoBinding Kinases; K. Matsuzawa, et al. 15. Vimentin and Lipid Metabolism; S.C. Schweitzer, R.M. Evans. 16. Desmin Cytoskeleton in Muscle Integrity and Function; Y. Capetanaki, D.J. Milner. 17. The Complexity of Intermediate Filaments in the Nervous System; C.L. Leung, et al. 18. Extensive Phosphorylation and Axonal Transport of Triton-Soluble Neurofilament Subunits; T.B. Shea, et al. 19. Lamin Assembly in Vitro; G. Krohne. 20. Nuclear Lamin-Binding Proteins; Q. Ye, et al. Index.

Editorial Reviews

From previous volumes: `The heterogeneity of topics ... is very ambitious, and the result is, overall, successful because of the high quality of the individual contributors.' American Scientist `Well produced, well referenced and has a good index; it should become a standard reference work.' Analyst