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Transmembrane Transporters / Edition 1
     

Transmembrane Transporters / Edition 1

by Michael W. Quick, David Sibley
 

ISBN-10: 0471065137

ISBN-13: 9780471065135

Pub. Date: 08/26/2002

Publisher: Wiley

A must-have far-reaching text that provides readers with a state-of-the-art molecule update on transmembrane transporters, focusing on the methodological approaches currently employed to better understand how transporters work and how they can be used in cutting edge therapies. Each chapter begins with an overview of the importnat biological questions presently

Overview

A must-have far-reaching text that provides readers with a state-of-the-art molecule update on transmembrane transporters, focusing on the methodological approaches currently employed to better understand how transporters work and how they can be used in cutting edge therapies. Each chapter begins with an overview of the importnat biological questions presently being considered in their field, then presents scientific approaches to address these questions. In explaining approaches, the authors cover bench-top protocols, conceptual frameworks, data obtained, and pitfalls common to the techniques.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471065135
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
08/26/2002
Series:
Receptor Biochemistry and Methodology Series , #26
Pages:
316
Product dimensions:
7.20(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Series Preface.

Preface.

Contributors.

Families of Transporters and Their Classification (M. Saier).

Yeast as a Model System for Studying Glucose Transport (E. Boles).

Neurotransmitter Transporters of Drosophila (M. Burg & W. Pak).

Transgenic Mice in Monoamine Transporter Research (S. Jones).

Searching for Novel Genetic Variation in Neurotransmitter Transporters (R. Blakely & A. Belous).

Nonviral Gene Transfer Allows Up- and Down-Expression of the Brain Serotonin Transporter with Functional Consequences (M. Martres, et al.).

Methods in Studying the Regulation and Trafficking of Transmembrane Transporters (S. Deken, et al.).

Chemical Modification Strategies for Structure-Function Studies (G. Rudnick).

Methanethiosulfonate Reagent Accessibility Studies, Cysteine-Scanning Mutagenesis, Protein Overexpression, and Functional Reconstitution: A Strategy for Studying the Structure/Function Relationships within the Mitochondrial Citrate Transport Protein (R. Kaplan).

Peptide Mapping of Dopamine Transporter Ligand and Substrate Interaction Sites (M. Lowe, et al.).

Mass Spectrometry of Membrane Transport Proteins (J. Whitelegge, et al.).

Amperometric Recording of Amphetamine-Induced Dopamine Efflux (D. Sulzer, et al.).

Voltage Clamp and Fluorometric Techniques for Studying Glutamate Transporter Function (A. Tzingounis, et al.).

Studies of Glial Glutamate Transporters in Hippocampal Microcultures (S. Mennerick, et al.).

Imaging Monoamine Transporters in the Brain (H. Kung & M. Kung).

Measuring and Modeling the Spatiotemporal Profile of GABA at the Synapse (L. Overstreet, et al.).

Index.

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