Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine, Mass Spectrometry-based Methods of Proteome Analysis to Mucoviscidosis (Cystic Fibrosis), Molecular Cell Biology of / Edition 2

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This second edition of the Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine covers the molecular and cellular basis of life, disease, and therapy at university and professional researcher level. With its 16 volumes, this is the most comprehensive and detailed treatment of molecular cell biology and molecular medicine available today. It represents a single source library for

  • Molecular Biologists
  • Cell Biologist
  • Biochemists
  • Structural Biologists
  • Gene Technologists
  • Developmental Biologists
  • Medicinal Chemists
  • Physicians
  • Biotechnologists
  • Pharmacologists

An Editorial Board composed of renowned experts from all over the world – Nobel laureates, including the 2007 Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Sir Martin Evans, Lasker Award winners and directors of prestigious institutes and university departments – guarantees the high quality and comprehensive scope of this work. All major disciplines comprising and supporting molecular cell biology and molecular medicine are covered in true Encyclopedic detail.

Each of the over 400 articles is conceived as a self-contained treatment and begins with an outline and a keyword section, including definitions. Descriptive illustrations – many in colour -, informative tables and a glossary of basic terms in each volume enable readers to understand articles without the need to consult a dictionary, textbook or other work. Numerous cross-references and a comprehensive bibliography round off every article.

Praise from the reviews:

"... It goes without saying that no library can afford to be without this new edition. Everyone working in the areas of molecular biology, genome research, medical science, or clinical research needs to have access to these volumes... " Angewandte Chemie

"... an authoritative reference source of the highest quality… It is extremely well written and well illustrated..."American Reference Books Annual (Library & Information Science Annual - on the first edition)

For further details please visit our homepage at www.meyers-emcbmm.de

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Meet the Author

Dr. Robert A. Meyers earned his Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the University of California Los Angeles, was a post-doctoral fellow at California Institute of Technology and manager of chemical processes for TRW Inc. He has published in Science, written or edited 12 scientific books and his research has been reviewed in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. He is one of the most prolific science editors in the world having originated, organized and served as Editor-in-Chief of three editions of the Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, the Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry and two editions of the present Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine.

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Table of Contents



Editorial Board.

List of Contributors.

Color Plates.

Mass Spectrometry-based Methods of Proteome Analysis (Boris L. Zybailov, Michael P. Washburn).

Matrix, Extracellular and Interstitial (Abebe Akalu, Peter C. Brooks).

Medicinal Chemistry (David J. Triggle).

Membrane Traffic: Vesicle Budding and Fusion (Michael J. Clague, Sylvie Urbé).

Membrane Transport (Caroline Engvall, Per Lundahl).

Metabolic Basis of Cellular Energy (Meredith F. Ross, Michael P. Murphy).

Metabonomics and Metabolomics (David J. Grainger, Jeremy K. Nicholson).

Metalloenzymes (Walther R. Ellis).

Methanogens and the Archaebacteria, Molecular Biology of (Madeline E. Rasche, James G. Ferry).

Microarray-Based Technology: Basic Principles, Advantages and Limitations (Rumiana Bakalova, Ashraf Ewis, Yoshinobu Baba).

Microbial Development (Paul Robert Fisher).

Micronutrients, Trace Elements (Robert J. Cousins).

Mitochondrial Porins, Eukaryotic (Roland Benz).

Mobile Structures: Cilia and Flagella (Koji Yonekura, Keiichi Namba).

Molecular Display Technologies (Ece Karatan, Zhaozhang Han, Brian Kay).

Molecular Mediators: Cytokines (Jean-Marc Cavaillon).

Molecular Motors in Plant Cells (Anireooy S.N. Reddy).

Molecular Neurobiology, Single-Cell (Jennifer Spaethling, Emily Rozak, James Eberwine).

Molecular Systematics and Evolution (Jeffrey H. Schwartz).

Motor Neuron Diseases: Cellular and Animal Models (Georg Haase).

Motor Neuron Diseases: Molecular Mechanism, Pathophysiology, and Treatments (Michael Sendtner).

Motor Proteins (Charles L. Asbury, Steven M. Block).

Mucosal Vaccination (W. Olszewska, Peter J. M. Openshaw).

Mucoviscidosis (Cystic Fibrosis), Molecular Cell Biology of (Gerd Döring, Felix Ratjen).

Glossary of Basic Terms.

The Twenty Amino Acids that are Combined to Form Proteins in Living Things.

The Twenty Amino Acids with Abbreviations and Messenger RNA Code Designations.

Complementary Strands of DNA with Base Pairing.

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