2011

Cell Signaling Reactions

Single-Molecular Kinetic Analysis

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ISBN: 978-90-481-9863-4 (Print) 978-90-481-9864-1 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 1-32

    Single-Molecule Kinetic Analysis of Receptor Protein Tyrosine Kinases

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 33-57

    Single-Molecule Kinetic Analysis of Stochastic Signal Transduction Mediated by G-Protein Coupled Chemoattractant Receptors

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 59-78

    Single-Molecule Analysis of Molecular Recognition Between Signaling Proteins RAS and RAF

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 79-105

    Single-Channel Structure-Function Dynamics: The Gating of Potassium Channels

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 107-120

    Immobilizing Channel Molecules in Artificial Lipid Bilayers for Simultaneous Electrical and Optical Single Channel Recordings

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 121-151

    Single-Protein Dynamics and the Regulation of the Plasma-Membrane Ca2+ Pump

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 153-166

    Single-Molecule Analysis of Cell-Virus Binding Interactions

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 167-182

    Visualization of the COPII Vesicle Formation Process Reconstituted on a Microscope

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 183-197

    In Vivo Single-Molecule Microscopy Using the Zebrafish Model System

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 199-219

    Analysis of Large-Amplitude Conformational Transition Dynamics in Proteins at the Single-Molecule Level

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 221-263

    Extracting the Underlying Unique Reaction Scheme from a Single-Molecule Time Series

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 265-296

    Statistical Analysis of Lateral Diffusion and Reaction Kinetics of Single Molecules on the Membranes of Living Cells

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 297-324

    Noisy Signal Transduction in Cellular Systems

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 325-330