Covers RNA splicing; observations on the life history of lymphocytes; explorations of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor; the transportation of proteins into mitochondria; what viruses look like; transmembrane signaling, G proteins, and adenylyl cyclase; and DNA replication in mammalian cells. Conveniently formatted and concisely written, it is considered one of the preeminent reference works for practitioners in the field. Includes 59 black and white illustrations.
Table of Contents
RNA Splicing in Yeast (J. Abelson).
Some Observation on the Life History of Lymphocytes (I. Weissman).
Explorations of the Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor (A. Karlin).
Transport of Proteins into Mitochondria (G. Schatz).
What Do Viruses Look Like?
Transmembrane Signaling, G Proteins, and Adenylyl Cyclase (A. Gilman).
DNA Replication in Mammalian Cells: Insights from the SV40 Model System (T. Kelly).