4 edition of Spin Labelling Methods in Molecular Biology found in the catalog.
Spin Labelling Methods in Molecular Biology
Gertz I. Likhtenshtein
December 1, 1976
by John Wiley & Sons Inc
Written in English
|Contributions||Philip S. Shelnitz (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
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Molecular Biology and as a reference material. This lecture note is specifically designed for medical laboratory technologists, and includes only those areas of molecular cell biology and Applied Genetics relevant to degree-level understanding of modern laboratory technology. Since genetics is prerequisite course to. specific problems of molecular biology. The main physical principles of spin labeling will be considered in further sections of this chapter. An explorer needs to know the following to use the method at the utmost efficiency: 1. The ways the ESR signals of NRs appear and are registered, the parameters that characterize the ESR spectra, the way.
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Spin Labelling Methods in Molecular Biology FEBS LETTERS November by G. Likhtenshtein John Wiley and Sons; London, New York, Sydney, Toronto, vii + pages. £$ This book was published in the USSR in and has just appeared in translation.
This unfortunate. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Likhtenshteĭn, G.I. (Gert︠s︡ Ilʹich), Spin labeling methods in molecular biology. New York: Wiley, © ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Method of spin labeling --Structure of nitroxide labels and probes --ESR signals of NRs: magnetic parameters --Methods of measurement of the ESR signal parameters --Rotational diffusion of nitroxides --Nitroxides as dielectric, pH, and redox probes.
Abstract. This chapter is a brief review of the main results obtained by the methods of spin and triplet (phosphorescence) labels. Methods of physical labelling using unpaired electron spins such as nitroxide and other stable radicals, transition and lanthanide metal complexes, and phosphoresce chromophores in the triplet state have proven to be powerful Cited by: 1.
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The book starts by providing an introduction about electron spin resonance in biology and a reporter group technique of spin labelling.
The text then describes the principles and theories of magnetic resonance; the theory of slow tumbling ESR spectra for nitroxides; and the influence of electron-electron interactions on the appearance of the.
Site-directed spin labeling (SDSL) Part of the Methods in Molecular Biology™ book series (MIMB, volume ) Abstract. Tilegenova C., Elberson B.W., Marien Cortes D., Cuello L.G.
() CW-EPR Spectroscopy and Site-Directed Spin Labeling to Study the Structural Dynamics of Ion Channels. In: Shyng SL., Valiyaveetil F., Whorton M. (eds) Potassium Channels.
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Purchase Nonisotopic DNA Probe Techniques - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNTable Comparison of the various labelling methods for DNA. commercial spin columns can be used. from the adoption of this technique in the molecular biology and bio. Methods in Molecular Biology ISBN ISBN (eBook) The publisher, the authors and the editors are safe to assume that the advice and information in this book are believed to chemical and molecular methods, the distinctive feature of histochemical techniques is the.
Insertion of two cysteine residues into the protein backbone using molecular biology methods and the subsequent labeling of the cysteine residues with a paramagnetic spin label enables the technique of EPR to be used as a molecular spectroscopic ruler. Get this from a library. Biophysical labeling methods in molecular biology.
[G I Likhtenshteĭn] -- Physical labels such as stable nitroxide radicals, luminescent and photochromic chromophores, so-called Mössbauer atoms and electron-dense assemblies of heavy atoms have proved to be effective tools.
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Spin labeling with 2 and 3 is a newly published method at the time of this writing and thus, these reagents are not yet commercially available. Therefore, the protocol for their preparation has been included.
In short, 2 and 3 were prepared by reaction of their corresponding amino derivatives 4 and 5 with thiophosgene (Fig. 6), according to the following representative protocol for the. Site-Specific Protein Labeling: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology) th Edition by Arnaud Gautier (Editor), Marlon J.
Hinner (Editor) ISBN. Purchase Riboswitch Discovery, Structure and Function, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNSpin labels are used in ESR experiments on membranes because the structure of the spin label provides an unpaired electron that can undergo transitions between spin states.
2 The structures of fatty acid spin labels that have been used to probe lipid dynamics in lipid bilayers and in biological membranes appear in Fig. Steroid spin labels have also been used to probe .By Gertz I. Likhtenshtein. This monograph describes the theoretical bases and experimental must haves for ways similar to spin fluorescence, triplet, Mössbauer, photochromic and electron-density labeling, together with the methods used to acquire particularly transformed proteins, enzymes, biomembranes, nucleic acids, and different organic molecules.
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