5 edition of Calcium and Calcium Binding Proteins found in the catalog.
Calcium and Calcium Binding Proteins
February 1988 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||R. Gilles (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||259|
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About this book Calcium Binding Proteins explains the unique and highly diverse functions of calcium in biology, which are realized by calcium binding proteins. The two books entitled Calcium-Binding Protein Protocols (Volumes I and II) focus on modern experimental analyses and methodologies for the study of calcium-binding proteins.
Both extracel- lar and intracellular calcium-binding proteins are discussed in detail.5/5(1). The two books entitled Calcium-Binding Protein Protocols (Volumes I and II) focus on modern experimental analyses and methodologies for the study of calcium-binding proteins.
Both extracel- lar and intracellular calcium-binding proteins are discussed in : Hans J. Vogel. Calcium and Calcium Binding Proteins Molecular and Functional Aspects. Editors: Gerday, Charles, Bolis, L., Gilles, R. (Eds.) Free Preview. Buy this book eBook ,99 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free.
The calcium signal in the cell is mediated by the high-affinity calcium binding proteins (characterized by the EF-hand structural element), and by the calcium and phospholipid dependent proteins.
Many of these have been discovered most recently. Calcium-binding proteins play an important role in a variety of vital biological processes, ranging from blood clotting and signal transduction in cells, to attaching proteins to membranes and serving as an integral source of calcium.
In Calcium-Binding Protocols-Volume 1: Reviews and Case Studies and Volume 2: Methods and Techniques-Hans Vogel. The idea of Professors Bolis and Gilles to gather together for a 3 days' meeting in the splendid environment of Crans-Montana in Switzerland a limited number of people around the subject of calcium and calcium bind ing proteins seemed at first particularly attractive, and when they asked me to take charge of the scientific organization of the symposium, I accepted with.
Calcium And Cell Function, Volume II covers the status of the multifunctional role of calcium in cell function. The book discusses the chemistry and metabolism of calcium, the various calcium-binding proteins in addition to calmodulin; and the functions of calcium, some mediated by calmodulin and some by other proteins.
About this book. Introduction. Calcium-binding proteins play an important role in a variety of vital biological processes, ranging from blood clotting and signal transduction in cells, to attaching proteins to membranes and serving as an integral source of calcium.
Calcium-Binding Proteins Calcium-binding proteins have a vital role in calcium homeostasis by buffering and probably also have a neuroprotective function. Fluctuations in intracellular calcium (Ca 2+) are central to orderly neurotransmission and the operation of a.
In Calcium-Binding Protocols- Volume 1: Reviews and Case Histories and Volume 2: Methods and Techniques-Hans Vogel and a panel of leading researchers review the protein chemistry and behavior of this significant class proteins, and provide a comprehensive collection of proven experimental techniques for studying it both in vitro and in vivo.
Free ionized calcium is essential for blood clotting, in which the calcium is needed in the clot formation, as well as skeletal muscle contraction, as well as visceral smooth muscle contractions, membrane permeability, ion channels of nerotransmitters, and in various binding proteins such as calmodulin which is a cytosolic calcium-binding.
Calcium binding proteins containing a single or odd number of EF hand motifs have been reported in both bacteria and eukaryotes and are thought to function via dimerization mechanisms (Grabarek, ). Some of these Ca 2+ binding proteins such as calmodulin.
Calcium- binding sites in proteins coordinate the calcium ion by protein oxygen atoms and water molecules in a roughly octahedral arrangement. The prototypic EF-hand presumably gained calcium-binding ability in a similar way by modification of a protein or a protein fragment, which originally had some other function.
Calcium-binding proteins are proteins that participate in calcium cell signalling pathways by binding to Ca 2+, the calcium ion that plays an important role in many cellular processes.
Calcium-binding proteins have specific domains that bind to calcium. In Calcium Binding Proteins and RAGE: from Structural Basics to Clinical Applications, expert researchers in the field detail many of the methods which are now commonly used to study calcium binding proteins. These methods and techniques, such as calcium-measurements, screening methods, clinical chemistry, and therapy, are generally applicable.
"This excellent book is not only recommended to those familiar with the recent topic of calcium binding proteins but can also be useful to neurobiologists, biochemists, molecular biologists and others who can apply the results in clinical and/or pharmacological practice.".
The virtual image of milk, which would be constructed by most people, is that of a creamy white fluid rich in calcium. The lubricity and taste of milk are related to this perception and are based upon three unique biological structures: the colloidal calcium-protein complexes (the casein micelles), the milk-fat globules with their limiting membrane, and the milk sugar:lactose ().Cited by: This newest book in the Sambrook and Tooze Guidebook Series comprehensively details all that is currently known about the calcium-binding proteins.
Biochemists will find this book particularly useful, as will biologists in many fields in which the calcium-binding proteins are involved, such as : Marco Celio. EF-HAND CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEINS. Kretsinger and Nockolds  first identified the EF-hand motif, two α-helices with an intervening residue calcium-binding loop, more than 30 years ural analysis indicates the chelating residues in the calcium-binding loop form a conserved pentagonal bipyramidal arrangement around the Ca 2+ ion, Cited by: Calcium Binding Proteins explains the unique and highly diverse functions of calcium in biology, which are realized by calcium binding proteins.
The structures and physical characteristics of these calcium binding proteins are described, as well as their functions and general patterns of their evolution.
Intracellular Ca2+ levels are mainly controlled by VDCCs located in the plasma membrane, the calcium-binding proteins (CBPs) inside the cytoplasm, calcium channels located on the intracellular calcium store (particular the endoplasmic reticulum/sarcoplasmic reticulum), and the Ca2+-pumps located in the plasma membrane and intracellular calcium Cited by: 3.
Calcium-Binding Proteins in Health and Disease includes the papers prepared by the invited speakers as well as many of the free communications.
The contributions are grouped according to their general subject matter, based on the classification made by the authors, e.g., Extracellular Metabolism: Calcium Homeostasis; Low-Affinity Calcium Book Edition: 1. Background Calcium-binding proteins (CBPs) are instrumental in the control of Ca 2+ signaling.
They are the fastest players within the Ca 2+ toolkit responding within microseconds to [Ca 2+ ] changes. The CBPs compete for Ca 2+ which plays a direct role in modulating Ca 2+ transients and the resulting biochemical by: Complementary expression of calcium binding proteins delineates the functional organization of the locomotor network.
Berg EM(1), Bertuzzi M(1), Ampatzis K(2). Author information: (1)Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, 77, Stockholm, Sweden. (2)Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, 77, Stockholm, by: 4. Calreticulin, the glucose-regulated protein 94 (GRP94) and BiP/GRP78 are the most abundant calcium-binding chaperones in the ER.
These proteins bind calcium with high affinity in their C-terminal domain where they possess several calcium-binding sites (Michalak et al., ). calcium-binding protein. The molecular weight of calcium-binding protein was found to be about x lo4 by calibrated gel filtration and about X lo4 by equilibrium sedimentation (assumed partial specific volume = ).
The formation constants between calcium-binding protein and calcium, strontium, and barium. Calcium is set free from this intracellular store by release channels located in the junctional part of the reticulum adjacent to the T-tubules. They have a tetrameric structure with huge cytoplasmic domains, which include associated calcium-binding proteins (such as calsequestrin) and modulatory proteins (such as FKBP).
The whole complex Cited by: 2. Calcium and integrin-binding protein 1 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the CIB1 gene. The protein encoded by this gene is a member of the calcium-binding protein family.
The specific function of this protein has not yet been determined; however this protein is known to interact with DNA-dependent protein kinase and may play a role in kinase-phosphatase Aliases: CIB1, CIB, CIBP, KIP1, PRKDCIP, SIP. Intracellular Ca2+ levels are mainly controlled by VDCCs located in the plasma membrane, the calcium-binding proteins (CBPs) inside the cytoplasm, calcium channels located on the intracellular calcium store (particular the endoplasmic reticulum/sarcoplasmic reticulum), and the Ca2+-pumps located in the plasma membrane and intracellular calcium Cited by: 3.
The EF-hand is a common helix-loop-helix structural motif used by proteins to bind calcium . Most proteins are endowed with an even number of EF-hands, which are usually structurally and functionally paired.
Soluble resistance-related calcium binding protein (sorcin) is a calcium binding protein belonging to the penta-EF hand (PEF) family Cited by: Product Information.
This book summarizes the recent advances in the knowledge of the structure and physiological functions of the calcium-binding proteins in the central nervous system, describes their cellular distribution and developmental appearance, and discusses their possible association with neurodegenerative disorders and their use as diagnostic tools.
Get this from a library. Calcium and calcium binding proteins: molecular and functional aspects. [Charles Gerday; Liana Bolis; R Gilles; European Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry.;]. The calcium-binding activity of tilapia scale pro - tein hydrolysates sequentially hydrolyzed by trypsin, flavor enzyme and pepsin were investi- gated.
The hydrolysates were divided into four fractions using G15 gel- chromatography, and the F3 fraction has the higher calcium-binding activity of mg/g. The UV-vis and the.
Calcium binding protein 1 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the CABP1 gene. Calcium-binding protein 1 is a calcium-binding protein discovered in It has two EF hand motifs and is expressed in neuronal cells in such areas as hippocampus, habenular nucleus of the epithalamus, Purkinje cell layer of the cerebellum, and the amacrine cells and cone bipolar Aliases: CABP1, CALBRAIN, HCALB_BR.
The beginning of the story of EF hand calcium modulated proteins dates back towhen three isotypes of a soluble calcium binding protein were. Calbindin 1 or simply calbindin was first shown to be present in the intestine in birds and then found in the mammalian kidney.
It is also expressed in a number of neuronal and endocrine cells, particularly in the is a 28 kDa protein encoded in humans by the CALB1 gene.
Calbindin contains 4 active calcium-binding domains, and 2 modified domains that have lost their calcium Locus: Chr. 8 p Additional Physical Format: Online version: Calcium- and calmodulin-binding proteins.
Orlando, Fla.: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type. "Calcium Binding Proteins explains the unique and highly diverse functions of calcium in biology, which are realized by calcium binding proteins. The structures and physical characteristics of these calcium binding proteins are described, as well as their functions and general patterns of their evolution.
The role of Ca(2+) as a key and pivotal second messenger in cells depends largely on a wide number of heterogeneous so-called calcium binding proteins (CBP).
calcium (Ca) [kal´se-um] a chemical element, atomic num atomic weight (See Appendix 6.) Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body.
In combination with phosphorus it forms calcium phosphate, the dense, hard material of the bones and teeth. It is an important cation in intracellular and extracellular fluid and is essential to the.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Methods in Molecular Biology: Calcium-Binding Proteins and RAGE: From Structural Basics to Clinical Applications (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay!
Free shipping for many products!SA1, also known as S calcium-binding protein A1 is a protein which in humans is encoded by the SA1 gene. SA1 is highly expressed in cardiac and skeletal muscle, and localizes to Z-discs and sarcoplasmic s: SA1, S, Salpha, SA, S .