The Enzymes of Biological Membranes

Volume 3: Membrane Transport (SECOND EDITION)

  • Anthony N. Martonosi

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiv
  2. W. D. Stein
    Pages 1-33
  3. Marek Michalak
    Pages 115-155
  4. B. Sarkadi, G. Gárdos
    Pages 193-234
  5. Martin Crompton
    Pages 249-286
  6. Meinrad Peterlik
    Pages 287-320
  7. Lorin J. Mullins
    Pages 321-334
  8. Terrone L. Rosenberry
    Pages 403-429
  9. L. D. Faller, A. Smolka, G. Sachs
    Pages 431-448
  10. Jeffrey E. Pessin, Michael P. Czech
    Pages 497-522
  11. Norman D. Meadow, Maria A. Kukuruzinska, Saul Roseman
    Pages 523-559
  12. Howard A. Shuman, Nancy A. Treptow
    Pages 561-575
  13. Robert Landick, Dale L. Oxender, Giovanna Ferro-Luzzi Ames
    Pages 577-615
  14. Adam Kepes, Jean Meury, Aline Robin
    Pages 653-666
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 667-676

About this book


In the first edition of The Enzymes of Biological Membranes. published in four volumes in 1976, we collected the mass of widely scattered information on membrane-linked enzymes and metabolic processes up to about 1975. This was a period of transition from the romantic phase of membrane biochemistry, preoccupied with conceptual developments and the general properties of membranes, to an era of mounting interest in the specific properties of membrane-linked enzymes analyzed from the viewpoints of modem enzymology. The level of sophistication in various areas of membrane research varied widely; the structures of cytochrome c and cytochrome b were known 5 to atomic detail, while the majority of membrane-linked enzymes had not even been isolated. In the intervening eight years our knowledge of membrane-linked enzymes ex­ panded beyond the wildest expectations. The purpose of the second edition of The Enzymes of Biological Membranes is to record these developments. The first volume describes the physical and chemical techniques used in the analysis of the structure and dynamics of biological membranes. In the second volume the enzymes and met­ abolic systems that participate in the biosynthesis of cell and membrane components are discussed. The third and fourth volumes review recent developments in active transport, oxidative phosphorylation and photosynthesis.


biochemistry cell enzyme enzymes membrane phosphorylation photosynthesis synthesis

Editors and affiliations

  • Anthony N. Martonosi
    • 1
  1. 1.State University of New YorkSyracuseUSA

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