Analytical Ultracentrifugation IV

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ISBN: 978-3-7985-1106-4 (Print) 978-3-7985-1656-4 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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    Direct analysis of sedimentation equilibrium distributions reflecting macromolecular interactions

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    Pages 11-19

    Alternative strategies for the characterization of associations in multicomponent solutions via measurement of sedimentation equilibrium

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    Pages 20-26

    Non-linear curve-fitting methods for data from the XL-A analytical utltracentrifuge

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    Pages 27-35

    Rapid molecular mass determination by sedimentation velocity experiments and direct fitting of the concentration profiles

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    Pages 36-42

    A computer program based on the psi function for model-independent analysis of sedimentation equilibrium distributions reflecting macromolecular interactions

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    Pages 43-57

    Calculation of hydrodynamic parameters of biopolymers from scattering data using whole-body approaches

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    Pages 58-71

    Calculation of hydrodynamic parameters of proteins from crystallographic data using multibody approaches

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    Pages 72-76

    Analytical ultracentrifugation with fluorescence detection and biosafety containment and its application to the prion protein

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    Pages 77-81

    Dye-labelling as a means to study ternary protein complexes by analytical ultracentrifugation: the band 3/ankyrin/aldolase complex from erythrocyte membranes

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    Pages 82-87

    Studies of ligand-mediated conformational changes in enzymes by difference sedimentation velocity in the Optima XL-A ultracentrifuge

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    Pages 88-93

    Quaternary structure and interaction parameters of bovine α-crystallin: influence of isolation conditions

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    Pages 94-101

    Investigation of irradiated eye-lens proteins by analytical ultracentrifugation and other techniques

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    Pages 102-114

    Sedimentation analysis of SDS and albumin-SDS complexes

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    Pages 115-121

    The self-association of basic helix-loop-helix peptides

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    Pages 122-126

    Nuclear DNA fractions with grossly different base ratios in the genome of the marine sponge Geodia cydonium

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    Pages 127-135

    Sedimentation equilibrium studies of synthetic polyelectrolytes by means of interference optical methods

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    Pages 136-147

    Investigation of quantum size colloids using the XL-I ultracentrifuge

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    Pages 148-153

    Influence of pressure and solvent composition on the density gradient in the analytical ultracentrifuge I extended Hermans-Ende equation for the equilibrium density gradient

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    Pages 154-158

    Influence of pressure and solvent composition on the density gradient in the analytical ultracentrifuge. II direct refractometric determination of the equilibrium and non-equilibrium density gradient

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    Pages 159-165

    First experiences with the new XL-I AUC: Applications in polymer and colloid science

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