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E-Book Bacterial Membranes: Structural and Molecular Biology.

E-Book Bacterial Membranes: Structural and Molecular Biology.

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This is a downloadable PDF version of the printed edition ISBN 978 190823 027 0 . Price £180.00 plus VAT

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A list of the e-chapters for this book are shown below:

• Chapter 1: Bacterial Cell Wall Growth, Shape and Division. Adeline Derouaux, Mohammed Terrak, Tanneke den Blaauwen and Waldemar Vollmer

• Chapter 2: The Outer Membrane of Gram-negative Bacteria: Lipopolysaccharide Biogenesis and Transport. Paola Sperandeo, Riccardo Villa, Gianni Dehò and Alessandra Polissi

• Chapter 3: Outer Membrane Protein Biosynthesis: Transport and Incorporation of OM Proteins (in)to the OM bilayer. Kelly H. Kim, Suraaj Aulakh and Mark Paetzel

• Chapter 4: Bacterial Lipoproteins; Biogenesis, Virulence/Pathogenicity and Trafficking. Hajime Tokuda, Peter Sander, Bok Luel Lee, Suguru Okuda, Thomas Grau, Andreas Tschumi, Juliane K. Brülle, Kenji Kurokawa and Hiroshi Nakayama

• Chapter 5: The Fascinating Coat Surrounding Mycobacteria. Mamadou Daffé and Benoît Zuber

• Chapter 6: The Role Of Lipid Composition on Bacterial Membrane Protein Conformation and Function. Vinciane Grimard, Marc Lensink, Fabien Debailleul, Jean-Marie Ruysschaert and Cedric Govaerts

• Chapter 7: Bacterial ABC Transporters: Structure and Function. Anthony M. George and Peter M. Jones

• Chapter 8: Energy-coupled Transport Across the Outer-membrane of Gram-negative Bacteria. Volkmar Braun

• Chapter 9: The Permeability Barrier: Passive and Active Drug Passage Across Membranes. Kozhinjampara R Mahendran, Robert Schulz, Helge Weingart, Ulrich Kleinekathöfer and Mathias Winterhalter

• Chapter 10: Targeting and Integration of Bacterial Membrane Proteins. Patrick Kuhn, Renuka Kudva, Thomas Welte, Lukas Sturm, and Hans-Georg Koch

• Chapter 11: Envelope Spanning Secretion Systems in Gram-negative Bacteria. Matthias J Brunner, Rémi Fronzes and Thomas C Marlovits

• Chapter 12: Signaling Mechanisms in Prokaryotes. Mariano Martinez, Pedro M. Alzari and Gwénaëlle André-Leroux

• Chapter 13: Outer-membrane-embedded and -associated Proteins and their Role in Adhesion and Pathogenesis. Vincent van Dam, Virginie Roussel-Jazédé, Jesús Arenas, Martine P. Bos and Jan Tommassen

• Chapter 14: Bacterial Membranes as Drug Targets. Alvin Lo, Gaetano Castaldo and Han Remaut





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