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Structural aspects of recognition and assembly in biological macromolecules

proceedings of the Seventh Aharon Katzir-Katchalsky Conference, the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, and Kibbutz Nof Ginossar, February 24-29, 1980
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Balaban International Science Services, Distributed by International Science Services , Rehovot, Philadelphia, Glenside, Pa
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Statementorganized by Joel Sussman, Wolfie Traub, and Ada Yonath ; edited by Miriam Balaban.
ContributionsSussman, Joel., Traub, Wolfie, 1927-, Yonath, Ada., Balaban, Miriam., Mekhon Ṿaitsman le-madaʻ.
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LC ClassificationsQH506 .A34 1980
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Pagination2 v. (xxii, 961 p.) :
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Open LibraryOL4255539M
ISBN 100866890025, 0866890033
LC Control Number81000889

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This volume is a collection of the contributions presented at the 42nd Erice Crystallographic Course whose main objective was to train the younger generation on advanced methods and techniques for examining structural and dynamic aspects of biological macromolecules.

The papers review the techniques used to study protein assemblies and their dynamics, including X-ray diffraction and. Pages (October ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Structural aspects of recognition and assembly in biological macromolecules.

Watson Fuller. Page Download PDF; select article Heparin (and related polysaccharides) — structural and functional properties. From a structural point of view, biological tissues contain highly ordered arrays of macromolecules.

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Balaban International Science Tocoverstructural aspectsofrecogni. Proteins, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, and lipids are the four major classes of biological macromolecules—large molecules necessary for life that are built from smaller organic molecules. Macromolecules are made up of single units known as monomers that are joined by covalent bonds to form larger polymers.

"This book seems to fit our needs very well, I would certainly recommend it. I would consider changing the course to reflect material in this book" –Dr RJ Cox, University of Bristol "Worth pursuing as an excellent text for structural aspects.

Would be very good for postgraduate courses as well" –Dr N. Botting, University of St AndrewsCited by:   Basics of Molecular Recognition explores fundamental recognition principles between monomers or macromolecules that lead to diverse biological functions.

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All biological functions depend on events that occur at the molecular level. These events are directed, modulated, or detected by complex biological machines, which are themselves large molecules or clusters of molecules. Included are proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, lipids, and complexes of them.

Many areas of biological science focus on the signals detected by these machines or the. In this lecture I would like to make a few remarks concerning the nature and the use of the results of structural investigations on biological macromolecules. Hopefully, they will encourage the reader to look up some of the references and perhaps even to take a slightly different look at some of the problems of the structure and function of Author: M.

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(Ada Yonath). The relationship between feedback methods and isomorphous difference Pattersons in the solution of biological macromolecules. Rayment, M. Rossmann, D. Suck, T. Tsukihara.

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A structural. Structural aspects of recognition and assembly in biological macromolecules: proceedings of the Seventh Aharon Katzir-Katchalsky Conference, the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, and Kibbutz Nof Ginossar, February/ organized by Jo. Biosensors & Bioelectronics 9 () Structural aspects of biomolecular recognition and self-assembly Richard N.

Perham Cambridge Centre for Molecular Recognition, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, Tennis Court Road, Cambridge CB2 1QW, UK Abstract: Proteins are capable of fulfilling two important features of any likely system of bioelectronics: the ability to Cited by: 4.

Book Description. Basics of Molecular Recognition explores fundamental recognition principles between monomers or macromolecules that lead to diverse biological functions. Based on the author’s longtime courses, the book helps readers understand the structural aspects of macromolecular recognition and stimulates further research on whether molecules similar to DNA or protein can be.

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The genetic apparatus of the cell is responsible for the accurate biosynthesis of the primary structure of macromolecules which then spontaneously fold up and, in certain circumstances, aggregate to yield the complex tertiary and quaternary structures of the biologically active by: Physical criteria for folding units of globular proteins.

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Cells use the different classes of biological macromolecules in different ways. Polysaccharides are used primarily for energy storage (glycogen, starch) and static structures (such as cellulose, chitin), but can also play important roles in cell-cell recognition/adhesion and signaling.

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We strive to decipher basic principles in their assembly and evolution.Biological Self-Assembly has emerged over times a hybrid methodology that combines nature’s molecular tools with synthetic nanoscale constructs. A process called Biopatterning, a concept for depositing active biomolecules on solid surfaces with submicronic spatial resolution and high reproducibility [7] to aid self-assembly of inorganic.