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Organelles in Eukaryotic Cells

Molecular Structure and Interactions

  • Joseph M. Tager
  • Angelo Azzi
  • Sergio Papa
  • Ferruccio Guerrieri

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Structure and Organization of Intracellular Organelles

    1. Angelo Azzi, Michele Müller, Néstor Labonia
      Pages 1-8
    2. Erik A. C. Wiemer, Stanley Brul, Abraham Bout, Anneke Strijland, Judith C. Heikoop, Rob Benne et al.
      Pages 27-46
  3. Intracellular Traffic of Components of Organelles

    1. John Davey
      Pages 47-58
    2. Dick Hoekstra, Sinikka Eskelinen, Jan Willem Kok
      Pages 59-83
  4. Interactions between Intracecullar Organelles

    1. Albert K. Groen, Joseph M. Tager
      Pages 85-99
    2. Dieter Häussinger
      Pages 101-114
    3. Cesare Montecucco, Emanuele Papini, Giampietro Schiavo, Dorianna Sandona’, Rino Rappuoli
      Pages 115-124
  5. Genetic Interactions

    1. Cecilia Saccone, Elisabetta Sbisa‵
      Pages 127-142
    2. Bernhard Kadenbach, Andrea Schlerf, Thomas Mengel, Ludger Hengst, Xinan Cao, Guntram Suske et al.
      Pages 143-156
    3. Roland Douce, Claude Alban, Maryse A. Block, Jacques Joyard
      Pages 157-176
    4. H. F. Tabak, B. Distel
      Pages 177-185
    5. Fred R. Opperdoes, Paul A. M. Michels
      Pages 187-195
  6. Methodological Section

  7. Back Matter
    Pages 257-270

About this book

Introduction

Every year, the Federation of European Biochemical Societies sponsors a series of Advanced Courses designed to acquaint postgraduate students and young postdoctoral fellows with theoretical and practical aspects of topics of current interest in biochemistry, particularly within areas in which significant advances are being made. This volume contains the Proceedings of FEBS Advanced Course No. 88-02 held in Bari, Italy on the topic "Organelles of Eukaryotic Cells: Molecular Structure and Interactions. " It was a deliberate decision of the organizers not to restrict FEBS Advanced Course 88-02 to a discussion of a single organelle or a single aspect but to cover a broad area. One of the objectives of the course was to compare different organelles in order to allow the participants to discern recurrent themes which would illustrate that a basic unity exists in spite of the diversity. A second objective of the course was to acquaint the participants with the latest experimental approaches being used by in­ vestigators to study different organelles; this would illustrate that methodologies developed for studying the biogenesis of the structure-function relationships in one organelle can often be applied fruitfully to investi­ gate such aspects in other organelles. A third objective was to impress upon the participants that a study of the interaction between different organelles is intrinsic to understanding their physiological functions. This volume is divided into five sections. Part I is entitled "Structure and Organization of Intracellular Organelles.

Keywords

DNA Organelle Peroxisom biochemistry chemistry enzyme enzymes evolution membrane metabolism mitochondria nitrogen metabolism protein tissue

Editors and affiliations

  • Joseph M. Tager
    • 1
  • Angelo Azzi
    • 2
  • Sergio Papa
    • 3
  • Ferruccio Guerrieri
    • 3
  1. 1.University of AmsterdamAmsterdamThe Netherlands
  2. 2.University of BernBernSwitzerland
  3. 3.University of BariBariItaly

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