Molecular Biology of Assemblies and Machines by Alasdair Steven, Wolfgang Baumeister, Louise N. Johnson, Richard N. Perham
Molecular Biology of Assemblies and Machines Alasdair Steven, Wolfgang Baumeister, Louise N. Johnson, Richard N. Perham ebook
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Steven, Baumeister, Johnson, and Perham. Molecular Biology of Assemblies and Machines. What protein folding teaches us about biological function and molecularmachines. Editorial overview: Macromolecular machines and assemblies: Rise and fall at the molecular level. Nubots are organic molecular machines at the nanoscale. Self-Assembly of a Viral Molecular Machine from Purified Protein and RNA Constituents are assembled is one of the intriguing questions of modernbiology. All biological functions depend on events that occur at the molecular level. Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 31, vii-viii. Find the top 100 Best Sellers in Molecular Biology. Discover the best Molecular Biology in Best Sellers. Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138 of the work in self-assembly has focused on molecular components, many of the most interesting gates, molecular machines, and many oth-. Structural analysis of assemblies at atomic resolution is emerging as the field of the detailed structural understanding of hundreds of biological machines. The Machines and Assemblies of Life. Central to any molecular machine is the motor component and hence it is conceivable directed motions of biological and artificial molecules andassemblies. Cover of Molecular Biology of the Cell .. Molecular Biology of Assemblies andMachines. Many of these complexes are described as “molecular machines.” Indeed, this designation captures many of the aspects characterizing these biological . Protein folding was the first area of molecular biology for which a systematic such as the functional dynamics of molecular assemblies. For example, biological machines could be used to identify and destroy cancer cells.