3 edition of Methods in membrane biology. found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Edward D. Korn.|
|Contributions||Korn, Edward David.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||267|
Methods in membrane biology, vol. 7 edited by Edward D. Korn, published by Plenum Press, New York and London, $ (approx. £) (xx+ pages)Cited by: 2. Membrane structural biology is poised to answer many basic and applied questions and this cutting-edge text will provide a solid grounding for all those working in this field. Reviews ‘This sophisticated new text presents biological, chemical and physical perspectives at an advanced level while being a Cited by:
Membrane Biology Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology University of Massachusetts Medical School Membranes surround the outside of cells, as well as the individual organelles in eukaryotic cells, such as the ER, Golgi, nucleus, mitochondria and endosomes/lysosomes. Methods in Cell Biology Edited by David M. Prescott. Volume 9 () Methods in Cell Biology Edited by David M. Prescott Volume 8 () Methods in Cell Biology Edited by David M. Prescott. Volume 7 () Methods in Cell Biology Edited by David M. Prescott. Volume 6 () Methods in Cell Physiology Edited by David M. Prescott. Volume 5.
This volume expands upon the previous edition with current, detailed protocols for investigating membranes and their component lipids in artificial membranes, cells, and in silico. Methods in Molecular Biology is a book series published by Humana Press (an imprint of Springer Science+Business Media) that covers molecular biology research methods and book series was introduced by series editor John Walker in and provides step-by-step instructions for carrying out experiments in a research lab. As of January , more than volumes had been Publisher: Humana Press.
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No area of membrane biology engages the interest of more investigators than studies of the plasma membrane. Four chapters in this volume are concerned with one or more aspects of the cell surface.
Fundamental to all studies of the cell surface are the isolation and characterization of. The purposes of this senes were discussed in the preface to Volume I: to present "a range of methods from the physical to the physiological in sufficient detail for the reader to use them in his laboratory" and also to describe "the theoretical backgrounds of the methods and their limita tions in membrane biology" so that the reader will be enabled "to evaluate more critically.
Methods in membrane biology edited by Edward D. Korn. Volume 1. $ cloth Volume 2. $ cloth (Plenum Publishing Co: New York)Cited by: 3. Many of the methods now in general use in membrane biology, and not already discussed in satisfactory detail elsewhere, have been covered in the eight previously published volumes of this series.
Much of this ninth volume is occupied by one authoritative chapter, an unusually thorough and criticalBrand: Springer US. Examination of the tables of contents of journals - biochemical, molecular biological, ultrastructural, and physiological-provides convincing evidence that membrane biology will be in the s what biochemical genetics was in the s.
And for good reason. If genetics is the mechanism for main. The Paperback of the Methods in Membrane Biology: Volume 8 by Edward D. Korn at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Edward D. Korn. Authoritative and practical, Methods in Membrane Lipids, Second Edition seeks to aid scientist in further study into membrane lipids.
Product details. Series: Methods in Molecular Biology (Book ) Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Humana; 2nd ed. edition (Octo )Format: Hardcover. The purposes of this senes were discussed in the preface to Volume I: to present "a range of methods from the physical to the physiological in sufficient detail for the reader to use them in his laboratory" and also to describe "the theoretical backgrounds of the methods and their limita tions in membrane biology" so that the reader will be enabled "to evaluate more critically Author: Edward D.
Korn. In book: Methods in Molecular Biology, Chapter: Large-Scale Integration of MicroRNA and Gene Expression Data for Identification of Enriched MicroRNA–mRNA Associations in Biological Systems. Genre/Form: Periodical: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Korn, Edward D., Methods in membrane biology.
New York, Plenum Press . Three new books offer excellent reading, first for the student or researcher seeking a general introduction to the field of membrane biology, or second for those versed in a subdiscipline of membrane studies who wish to gain a critical understanding of another specialty.
tor's expressed plan in Methods in Membrane Biology is "that each volume Cited by: 3. Methods in Membrane Biology | Three articles make up Volume 10 of Methods in Membrane Biology.
In the first of these, Papahadjopoulos, Poste, and Vail extensively review much of the available data on the fusion of natural membranes, model membranes (liposomes), and natural membranes with liposomes. The purposes of this senes were discussed in the preface to Volume I: to present "a range of methods from the physical to the physiological in sufficient detail for the reader to use them in his laboratory" and also to describe "the theoretical backgrounds of the methods and their limita- tions in membrane biology" so that the reader will be enabled "to evaluate more critically and Author: Edward D.
Korn. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Methods in Membrane Biology by Edward Korn,Springer edition, paperback Methods in Membrane Biology ( edition) | Open Library.
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Topics covered in this volume include techniques for imaging and analyzing membrane dynamics and movement across membranes; cell wall composition, structure and mechanics; cytoskeleton dynamics and.
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Chapters in this new release include Genetic labeling of extracellular vesicle exosomes for studying biogenesis and uptake in living mammalian cells, Fluorescent Labeling of Extracellular Vesicles, Isolation of extracellular.
Membrane biology is the study of the biological and physiochemical characteristics of membranes, with applications in the study of cellular physiology. Membrane bioelectrical impulses are described by the Hodgkin cycle. Biophysics. Membrane biophysics is the study of biological membrane structure and function using physical, computational, mathematical, and biophysical methods.
Methods in Membrane Biology: Volume 3 Plasma Membranes David M. Neville Jr. (auth.), Edward D. Korn (eds.) Volume 3 continues the approach carried out in the first two volumes of this se ries of publishing articles on membrane methodology which include, in addition to procedural details, incisive discussions of the ap plications of the.Methods in Membrane Biology: Volume 8 Peter Zahler, Verena Niggli (auth.), Edward D.
Korn (eds.) Although not the only volume in this series in which lipids are discussed, the present volume is devoted entirely to methods for the study of membrane lipids.Get this from a library! Methods in Membrane Biology: Volume [Edward D Korn] -- Three articles make up Volume 10 of Methods in Membrane Biology.
In the first of these, Papahadjopoulos, Poste, and Vail extensively review much of the available data on the fusion of natural.