"Structural and Organizational Aspects of Metabolic;Regulation" offers as a common thread for its collection of multidisciplinary studies the evolutionary pressures that have produced protein interactions necessary for coherent metabolic pathways - in both energy transformations and information processing. The book reports on significant advances in the area of metabolic control, investigating theories that now include interacting enzymes, the concept of flux control and the knowledge that single pacemaker enzymes are rarely found in metabolism. New methods are highlighted, such as the use of anti-idiotypic antibodies, electrophoresis in the presence of immobilized enzymes and the use of molecular genetics in the study of metabolic regulation.
Structural and Organizational Aspects of Metabolic Regulation Proceedings of an Eli-Lilly Directors/sponsors Fund-UCLA Symposium Held at Keystone, Colorado, April 17-24, 1989 - UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology
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