Molecular Assembly in Natural and Engineered Systems by Stefan HoworkaMolecular Assembly in Natural and Engineered Systems by Stefan Howorka

Molecular Assembly in Natural and Engineered Systems

byStefan Howorka, Stefan Howorka

Other | October 12, 2011

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This volume explores some of the most exciting recent advances in basic research on molecular assembly in natural and engineered systems and how this knowledge is leading to advances in the various fields.

  • This series provides a forum for discussion of new discoveries, approaches, and idea
  • Contributions from leading scholars and industry experts
  • Reference guide for researchers involved in molecular biology and related fields
Title:Molecular Assembly in Natural and Engineered SystemsFormat:OtherDimensions:414 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:October 12, 2011Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:012415929X

ISBN - 13:9780124159297


Table of Contents

  1. Îlpha-helical peptide assemblies: Giving new function to designed structures
  2. Elizabeth Bromley and Kevin Channon

  3. Viral Capsids as Self-Assembling Templates for New Materials
  4. Michel T. Dedeo, Daniel T. Finley, and Matthew B. Francis

  5. Nanobiotechnology with S-Layer Proteins as Building Blocks
  6. Prof. Uwe B. Sleytr, Prof. Bernhard Schuster, Dr. Eva M. Egelseer, Prof. Dietmar Pum, Dipl.-Ing. Christine M. Horejs, Dr. Rupert Tscheliessnig, Dr. Nicola Ilk

  7. The structure of bacterial S-layer proteins
  8. Tea Pavkov-Keller, Stefan Howorka, Walter Keller

  9. Pili and flagella: Biology, structure and biotechnological applications
  10. Nani Van Gerven, Gabriel Waksman and Han Remaut

  11. Protein modifications giving rise to homo-oligomers
  12. Georg E. Schulz

  13. Spider silk: understanding the structure-function relationship of a natural fiber
  14. Martin Humenik, Thomas Scheibel, Andrew Smith

  15. Bacterial Microcompartments: Insights into structure, mechanism and engineering applications Todd O. Yeates and Sophia J. Tsai