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Elastomeric Proteins

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Klappentext Comparison of structures and mechanisms of elastic proteins in relation to their biological roles. Zusammenfassung Ela... Lire la suite
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Klappentext Comparison of structures and mechanisms of elastic proteins in relation to their biological roles. Zusammenfassung Elastic proteins occur in a diverse range of biological systems! including mammalian muscles and connective tissues! arthropods (insects and spiders)! molluscs and wheat grain. The structures and elastomeric mechanisms of these proteins are compared in relation to their biological roles and potential for exploitation. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1. The biology of elastic tissues R. McNeil Alexander; 2. Elastic proteins: biological roles and mechanical properties J. Gosline; 3. Elastin: a representative ideal protein elastomer D. W. Urry; 4. Elastin as a self-organising biomaterial F. W. Keeley; 5. Fibrillin: from microfibril assembly to biomechanical function C. M. Kielty; 6. Biology of spider silks F. Vollrath; 7. Sequences! structures and properties of spider silks R. Lewis; 8. Structure and function of resilin Svend Olav Anderson; 9. A marine bioelastomer: mussel byssus J. H. Waite; 10. Gluten! the elastomeric protein of wheat seeds P. R. Shwry; 11. Spectrin elasticity in red bllod cells G. H. Thomas and D. E. Discher; 12. Viscoelastic properties of collagen P. Fratzl; 13. Role of titin in vertebrate striated muscle J. Trinick; 14. Biological liquid crystal elastomers D. P. Knight and F. Vollrath; 15. Restraining cross-links in elastomeric proteins A. Bailey; 16. Comparative structures and properties of elastic proteins A. S. Tatham and P. R. Shewry; 17. Mechanical applications of elastic proteins J. Vincent.

Résumé
Elastic proteins occur in a diverse range of biological systems, including mammalian muscles and connective tissues, arthropods (insects and spiders), molluscs and wheat grain. The structures and elastomeric mechanisms of these proteins are compared in relation to their biological roles and potential for exploitation.

Contenu

1. The biology of elastic tissues R. McNeil Alexander; 2. Elastic proteins: biological roles and mechanical properties J. Gosline; 3. Elastin: a representative ideal protein elastomer D. W. Urry; 4. Elastin as a self-organising biomaterial F. W. Keeley; 5. Fibrillin: from microfibril assembly to biomechanical function C. M. Kielty; 6. Biology of spider silks F. Vollrath; 7. Sequences, structures and properties of spider silks R. Lewis; 8. Structure and function of resilin Svend Olav Anderson; 9. A marine bioelastomer: mussel byssus J. H. Waite; 10. Gluten, the elastomeric protein of wheat seeds P. R. Shwry; 11. Spectrin elasticity in red bllod cells G. H. Thomas and D. E. Discher; 12. Viscoelastic properties of collagen P. Fratzl; 13. Role of titin in vertebrate striated muscle J. Trinick; 14. Biological liquid crystal elastomers D. P. Knight and F. Vollrath; 15. Restraining cross-links in elastomeric proteins A. Bailey; 16. Comparative structures and properties of elastic proteins A. S. Tatham and P. R. Shewry; 17. Mechanical applications of elastic proteins J. Vincent.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Elastomeric Proteins
Sous-titre: Structures, Biomechanical Properties, and Biological Roles
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Code EAN: 9780521128483
ISBN: 052112848X
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Cambridge University Press
nombre de pages: 416
Poids: 600g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T22mm
Année: 2009