|Author:||G. Banting,S. J. Higgins|
|Subcategory:||Medicine & Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Portland Pr; 1 edition (July 1, 2000)|
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In Essays in Biochemistry: Molecular Motors, G. Banting and . Higgins, Ed. Portland Press, London, England, 2000, pp. 3–18. Privalov, Cold Inactivation of Enzymes.
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Start by marking Essays In Biochemistry Vol 35: Molecular Motors (ESSAYS IN BIOCHEMISTRY) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Biological systems abound with examples of molecular motors - biological machines for converting the chemical energy of ATP into mechanical movement by cells - they play pivotal roles in diverse cellular function.
Flagellar motor is a member of the molecular motor family that provides mechanical power at the cellular level to many living organisms. Higgins Essays in Biochemistry: Molecular Motors. In this paper, this feature of bacteria is used to power biological nanodevices. The preliminary results indicate that the flagellar motor device is at least as sensitive as existing sensors for explosives, including the conventional electrochemical and the more portable biological-based designs. Application of a PDMS Microsieve for the Patterning of Flagellar Motors in a Microfluidic System.
Kinosita et al. (2000). In Essays in Biochemistry: Molecular Motors (Banting, G. & Higgins, S. ed., pp. 3-18. Portland Press, London. Detection of movement for ATP synthase. The spinning can be easily visualised in a series of video images from a microscope. Kinosita et al. This motor is now being developed in combination with light conversion system to produce mobility – a molecular propeller. Kinesin is the cargo train of the cell. Kinesin carries ‘objects’ around the eukaryotic cell – organelles, large proteins etc.
Molecular motors are mechano-enzymes, protein machines for transducing chemical potential energy into mechanical motion. Some general principles of their mechanisms are known from now-classical biochemical and physiological studies on muscle. Some general principles of their mechanisms are known from now-classical biochemical and physiological studies on muscle
Molecular motors are mechano-enzymes, protein machines for transducing chemical potential energy into mechanical motion. The catalytic cleavage of a nucleotide (usually ATP) in the active site drives the motor into a metastable, mechanically strained conformation, and the subsequent relaxation of this conformation to an unstrained state is harnessed to do useful work.
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Elliott & Elliott: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 4e. Chapter 0. Banting, G. and Higgins, S. J. (ed. Sablin, E. P. Kinesins and microtubules: their structures and motor mechanisms.
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