Corwin Bundle Five, 1st Edition

  • Published By:
  • ISBN-10: 1506303714
  • ISBN-13: 9781506303710
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released February 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2008
  • Price:  Sign in for price

About

Overview

Corwin Collection 5

This collection of professional development resources are designed to help hone the teaching skills of K-12 educators, and improve classroom outcomes. All of titles in this bundle are aligned to national standards, authored

Additional Product Information

Table of Contents

Front Cover._x000D_
Half Title Page._x000D_
Title Page._x000D_
Copyright Page._x000D_
Editors-In-Chief._x000D_
Editorial Board._x000D_
Contributors._x000D_
How to Use the Encyclopedia._x000D_
Preface._x000D_
Contents._x000D_
Contents by Subject Area._x000D_
1: AAA-ATPases._x000D_
2: ABC Transporters._x000D_
3: Actin Assembly/Disassembly._x000D_
4: Actin-Capping and -Severing Proteins._x000D_
5: Actin Organization._x000D_
6: Actin-Related Proteins._x000D_
7: Adenylyl Cyclases._x000D_
8: Adipocyte Fat Mobilization: The Regulatory Roles of Perilipin 1, Adipose Triglyceride Lipase, and Hormone-Sensitive Lipase._x000D_
9: Adipogenesis._x000D_
10: Adrenergic Receptors._x000D_
11: Affinity Tags for Protein Purification._x000D_
12: Algal Hydrogen Production._x000D_
13: Allosteric Regulation._x000D_
14: Alternative Splicing._x000D_
15: Alternative Splicing: Regulation of Drosophila Melanogaster Sex Determination._x000D_
16: Amine Oxidases._x000D_
17: Amino Acid Metabolism._x000D_
18: Aminopeptidases._x000D_
19: Amyloid._x000D_
20: Anaplerosis._x000D_
21: Angiotensin Receptors._x000D_
22: Anorexigenic and Orexigenic Gut Peptides._x000D_
23: Aquaporin Water Channels._x000D_
24: Arachidonic Acid Regulated Calcium Channel._x000D_
25: Arf Family._x000D_
26: Aspartic Proteases._x000D_
27: ATP in Plant Mitochondria: Substrates, Inhibitors, and Uncouplers._x000D_
28: ATP Synthesis: Mitochondrial Cyanide-Resistant Terminal Oxidases._x000D_
29: Autophagy in Fungi and Mammals._x000D_
30: B12-Containing Enzymes._x000D_
31: B-Cell Antigen Receptor._x000D_
32: Bcl2 Family: Cell Death Enhancers and Inhibitors._x000D_
33: Bile Salts._x000D_
34: Biochemistry: Niacin/NAD(P)._x000D_
35: Biochemistry of Development: Striated Muscle._x000D_
36: Biochemistry of Hematopoiesis._x000D_
37: Biochemistry of Liver Regeneration._x000D_
38: Biochemistry of Neurogenesis._x000D_
39: Biochemistry of Thiamine and Thiamine Phosphate Compounds._x000D_
40: Bioenergetics and the Mitochondrial Genome._x000D_
41: Bioenergetics: General Definition of Principles._x000D_
42: Biotin._x000D_
43: Biotinylation of Proteins._x000D_
44: Bmp Signaling and Vascular Disease._x000D_
45: Bradykinin Receptors._x000D_
46: Branched-Chain Amino Acids._x000D_
47: Brassinosteroids._x000D_
48: Cadherin-Mediated Cell–Cell Adhesion._x000D_
49: Cadherin Signaling._x000D_
50: Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide and Adrenomedullin Receptors._x000D_
51: Calcitonin Receptor._x000D_
52: Calcium-Binding Proteins: Cytosolic (Annexins, Gelsolins, and C2-Domain Proteins)._x000D_
53: Calcium, Biological Fitness of._x000D_
54: Calcium-Buffering Proteins: Calbindin._x000D_
55: Calcium-Buffering Proteins: ER Luminal Proteins._x000D_
56: Calcium/Calmodulin-Dependent Protein Kinase II._x000D_
57: Calcium/Calmodulin-Dependent Protein Kinases._x000D_
58: Calcium in the Regulation of Gene Expression._x000D_
59: Calcium-Modulated Proteins (EF-Hand)._x000D_
60: Calcium Oscillations._x000D_
61: Calcium-Sensing Receptor (CaSR)._x000D_
62: Calcium Signaling by Cyclic ADP-Ribose and NAADP._x000D_
63: Calcium Signaling: Calmodulin-Dependent Phosphatase._x000D_
64: Calcium Signaling: NO Synthase._x000D_
65: Calcium Transport in Mitochondria._x000D_
66: Calpain._x000D_
67: Carbohydrate Chains: Enzymatic and Chemical Synthesis._x000D_
68: Carbohydrate Metabolism in the Central Nervous System._x000D_
69: Carbohydrate-Responsive Element Binding Protein._x000D_
70: Cardiac Excitation–Contraction Coupling._x000D_
71: Carnitine and β-Oxidation._x000D_
72: Caspases and Cell Death._x000D_
73: Catalysis by RNA, Structural Themes: Group I Introns._x000D_
74: Cell Cycle: Control of Entry and Progression through S Phase._x000D_
75: Cell-Cycle Controls in G1 and G0._x000D_
76: Cell Cycle: DNA Damage Checkpoints._x000D_
77: Cell Cycle: Mitotic Checkpoint._x000D_
78: Cell Death by Apoptosis and Necrosis._x000D_
79: Cell–Matrix Interactions._x000D_
80: Cell Migration._x000D_
81: Cell Migration Within Three-Dimensional Matrices._x000D_
82: Centromeres._x000D_
83: c-fes Proto-Oncogene._x000D_
84: Chaperonins._x000D_
85: Chemiluminescence and Bioluminescence._x000D_
86: Chemiosmotic Theory._x000D_
87: Chemistry of Alzheimer Disease._x000D_
88: Chemokine Receptors._x000D_
89: Chemolithotrophy._x000D_
90: Chemotactic Peptide/Complement Receptors._x000D_
91: Chlorophylls and Carotenoids._x000D_
92: Chloroplasts._x000D_
93: Chloroplast Signaling and Redox Control._x000D_
94: Cholesterol Synthesis and Regulation._x000D_
95: Chromatin: Methyl-CpG-Binding Proteins._x000D_
96: Chromatin: Nucleosome Positioning – The GAL Promoter._x000D_
97: Chromatin: Physical Organization._x000D_
98: Chromosome Organization and Structure, Overview._x000D_
99: Coenzyme A._x000D_
100: Collagenases._x000D_
101: Collagens._x000D_
102: Color Vision._x000D_
103: Conservative Site-Specific Recombination._x000D_
104: Cyclic AMP Receptors of Dictyostelium._x000D_
105: Cyclic GMP Phosphodiesterases._x000D_
106: Cyclic Nucleotide-Dependent Protein Kinases._x000D_
107: Cyclic Nucleotide Phosphodiesterases._x000D_
108: Cyclic Nucleotide-Regulated Cation Channels._x000D_
109: Cysteine Proteases._x000D_
110: Cytochrome bc1 Complex (Respiratory Chain Complex III)._x000D_
111: Cytochrome c._x000D_
112: Cytochrome Oxidases, Bacterial._x000D_
113: Cytochrome P-450._x000D_
114: Cytokines._x000D_
115: Cytokinesis._x000D_
116: Cytokinin._x000D_
117: Cytoskeletal Motors: General Principles._x000D_
118: Desmosomes and Hemidesmosomes._x000D_
119: Detergent Properties._x000D_
120: Diabetes._x000D_
121: Diacylglycerol Kinases and Phosphatidic Acid Phosphatases._x000D_
122: Disulfide Bond Formation._x000D_
Half Title Page._x000D_
Title Page._x000D_
1: DNA Base Excision Repair Pathways._x000D_
2: DNA Damage: Alkylation._x000D_
3: DNA Glycosylases: Mechanisms._x000D_
4: DNA Helicases: Hexameric Enzyme Action._x000D_
5: DNA Ligases: Mechanism and Functions._x000D_
6: DNA Ligases: Structures._x000D_
7: DNA Methyltransferases: Eubacterial GATC._x000D_
8: DNA Mismatch Repair and Homologous Recombination._x000D_
9: DNA Mismatch Repair and the DNA Damage Response._x000D_
10: DNA Mismatch Repair in Bacteria._x000D_
11: DNA Mismatch Repair in Disease and Aging._x000D_
12: DNA Mismatch Repair in Mammals._x000D_
13: DNA Modification, Restriction Endonucleases: Type I Enzymes._x000D_
14: DNA Oxidation._x000D_
15: DNA Polymerase β, Eukaryotic._x000D_
16: DNA Polymerase I, Bacterial._x000D_
17: DNA Polymerase III, Bacterial._x000D_
18: DNA Polymerases: Kinetics and Mechanism._x000D_
19: DNA Polymerases: Reverse Transcriptase Integrase, and Retrovirus Replication._x000D_
20: DNA Replication: Eukaryotic Origins and the Origin Recognition Complex._x000D_
21: DNA Replication Fork, Bacterial._x000D_
22: DNA Replication Fork, Eukaryotic._x000D_
23: DNA Replication: Initiation in Bacteria._x000D_
24: DNA Replication, Mitochondrial._x000D_
25: DNA Restriction and Modification: Type II Enzymes._x000D_
26: DNA Restriction and Modification: Type III Enzymes._x000D_
27: DNA Secondary Structure._x000D_
28: DNA Sequence Recognition by Proteins._x000D_
29: DNA Supercoiling._x000D_
30: DNA Topoisomerases: Type I._x000D_
31: DNA Topoisomerases: Type II._x000D_
32: Dopamine Receptors._x000D_
33: Dynactin._x000D_
34: Dynamic Behavior of Photosystem II Light Harvesting._x000D_
35: Dynein._x000D_
36: Eicosanoid Receptors._x000D_
37: Elastin._x000D_
38: Endocannabinoids._x000D_
39: Endocytosis._x000D_
40: Endoplasmic Reticulum-Associated Protein Degradation._x000D_
41: Energy Transduction in Anaerobic Bacteria._x000D_
42: Enzyme Inhibitors._x000D_
43: Enzyme Kinetics._x000D_
44: Enzyme Reaction Mechanisms: Stereochemistry._x000D_
45: ER/SR Calcium Pump: Function._x000D_
46: ER/SR Calcium Pump: Structure._x000D_
47: Eukaryotic Chemotaxis._x000D_
48: Eukaryotic DNA Polymerase α._x000D_
49: Eukaryotic DNA Polymerase δ._x000D_
50: Eukaryotic Protein Biosynthesis: The Elongation Cycle._x000D_
51: Evolving Concepts of Leptin._x000D_
52: Exosomes and Microvesicles._x000D_
53: FAK Family._x000D_
54: F-ATPases._x000D_
55: Fatty Acid Metabolism and Cancer._x000D_
56: Fatty Acid Oxidation._x000D_
57: Fatty Acid Structure and Synthesis._x000D_
58: Fatty Acyl-CoA Synthetases._x000D_
59: Ferredoxin._x000D_
60: Ferredoxin-NADP+ Reductase._x000D_
61: Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptors and Cancer-Associated Perturbations._x000D_
62: Flavins._x000D_
63: Flippases._x000D_
64: Focal Adhesions and Related Integrin Contacts._x000D_
65: Folate and Vitamin B12 Function._x000D_
66: Free Oligosaccharides: Formation and Degradation (Free Oligosaccharides Related to N-Linked Glycans)._x000D_
67: Friedreich's Ataxia._x000D_
68: FX, FA, and FB Iron–Sulfur Clusters in Type I Photosynthetic Reaction Centers._x000D_
69: G12/G13 Family._x000D_
70: GABAA Receptor._x000D_
71: GABAB Receptor._x000D_
72: Gastrointestinal Digestion and Absorption._x000D_
73: Gene Expression in Bacterial Systems: The trp Operon and Attenuation._x000D_
74: Gene Expression in Eukaryotes: RNA Polymerase II Structure._x000D_
75: Genome-Wide Analysis of Gene Expression._x000D_
76: Giant Mitochondria (Megamitochondria)._x000D_
77: Gi Family of Heterotrimeric G Proteins._x000D_
78: Gluconeogenesis._x000D_
79: Glucose/Sugar Transport in Bacteria._x000D_
80: Glucose/Sugar Transport in Mammals._x000D_
81: Glutamate Receptors, Metabotropic._x000D_
82: Glutathione Peroxidases._x000D_
83: Glycation._x000D_
84: Glycerolipid Structure, Function, and Synthesis in Eukaryotes._x000D_
85: Glycine Receptors._x000D_
86: Glycogen Metabolism._x000D_
87: Glycogen Storage Diseases._x000D_
88: Glycogen Synthase Kinase-3._x000D_
89: Glycolipid-Dependent Adhesion Processes._x000D_
90: Glycolysis Overview._x000D_
91: Glycoprotein Folding and Processing Reactions._x000D_
92: Glycoprotein-Mediated Cell Interactions, Nonmucin-Type O-Linked._x000D_
93: Glycoproteins, N-Linked._x000D_
94: Glycoproteins, Plant._x000D_
95: Glycosylation, Congenital Disorders of._x000D_
96: Glycosylphosphatidylinositol Anchors._x000D_
97: Golgi Complex._x000D_
98: G-Protein-Coupled Receptor Kinases and Arrestins._x000D_
99: G Protein Signaling Regulators._x000D_
100: Gq Family._x000D_
101: Green Bacteria: Chlorophyll Biosynthesis, Light-Harvesting, Reaction Centers, and Electron Transport._x000D_
102: Green Bacteria: Secondary Electron Donor (Cytochromes)._x000D_
103: Green Bacteria: The Light-Harvesting Chlorosome._x000D_
104: Gs Family of Heterotrimeric G Proteins._x000D_
105: Heat/Stress Responses._x000D_
106: Hematopoietin Receptors._x000D_
107: Heme Proteins._x000D_
108: Heme Synthesis._x000D_
109: Hexokinase/Glucokinase._x000D_
110: HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase Structures._x000D_
111: HIV Protease._x000D_
112: Homologous Recombination in Meiosis._x000D_
113: Hydrogenases, Structure and Function._x000D_
114: Immunoglobulin (Fc) Receptors._x000D_
115: Indicators of Intracellular Calcium._x000D_
116: Inositol Phosphate Kinases and Phosphatases._x000D_
117: Inositol Trisphosphate and Calcium Signaling._x000D_
118: Insect Biochemistry/Hormones._x000D_
119: Insulin- and Glucagon-Secreting Cells of the Pancreas._x000D_
120: Insulin Mechanisms/Metabolic Actions._x000D_
121: Integrin Signaling._x000D_
122: Intercellular Ca2+ Waves: Mechanisms of Initiation and Propagation._x000D_
123: Interferon Receptors._x000D_
124: Intermediate Filament Linker Proteins: Plectin and BPAG1._x000D_
125: Intermediate Filaments._x000D_
126: Intracellular Calcium Channels: NAADP+-Modulated._x000D_
127: Intracellular Calcium Waves._x000D_
128: Ion Channel Protein Superfamily._x000D_
129: IP3 Receptors._x000D_
130: Iron–Sulfur Proteins._x000D_
131: Keratins and the Skin._x000D_
132: Kinesins as Microtubule Disassembly Enzymes._x000D_
133: Kinesin Superfamily Proteins._x000D_
134: Kinetic Isotope Effects._x000D_
135: lac Operon._x000D_
136: Lectins._x000D_
137: LexA Regulatory System._x000D_
138: Ligand-Operated Membrane Channels: Calcium (Glutamate)._x000D_
139: Ligand-Operated Membrane Channels: GABA._x000D_
140: Light-Harvesting Complex I and II: Pigments and Proteins._x000D_
141: Lipases._x000D_
142: Lipid Bilayer Structure._x000D_
143: Lipid Modification of Proteins: Targeting to Membranes._x000D_
144: Lipid Rafts._x000D_
145: Lipid Signaling and Ion Channels._x000D_
146: Live Cell Imaging of Nuclear Dynamics._x000D_
147: Low-Barrier Hydrogen Bonds._x000D_
148: Luft's Disease._x000D_
Half Title Page._x000D_
Title Page._x000D_
1: Major Sperm Protein and Sperm Locomotion._x000D_
2: Mammalian DNA Methyltransferase Structural Themes._x000D_
3: Mass Spectrometry of Native Complexes._x000D_
4: Meiosis._x000D_
5: Melanocortin System._x000D_
6: Membrane-Associated Energy Transduction in Bacteria and Archaea._x000D_
7: Membrane Fusion._x000D_
8: Membrane Transporters: Na+/Ca2+ Exchangers._x000D_
9: Membrane Transport, General Concepts._x000D_
10: Messenger RNA Degradation in Bacteria._x000D_
11: Messenger RNA Processing in Eukaryotes._x000D_
12: Metabolic Control during Ischemia of the Heart._x000D_
13: Metabolic Roles of Adiponectin._x000D_
14: Metabolic Roles of the Orexigenic and Anorexigenic Neuropeptides._x000D_
15: Metabolite Channeling: Creatine Kinase Microcompartments._x000D_
16: Metalloproteases._x000D_
17: Metalloproteinases, Matrix._x000D_
18: MicroRNAs in Eukaryotes._x000D_
19: Microtubule-Associated Proteins._x000D_
20: Mitochondria in Myocardial Ischemia._x000D_
21: Mitochondrial Auto-Antibodies._x000D_
22: Mitochondrial Calcium Transport: Historical Aspects._x000D_
23: Mitochondrial Channels._x000D_
24: Mitochondrial DNA._x000D_
25: Mitochondrial Dynamics._x000D_
26: Mitochondrial Genes and Their Expression: Yeast._x000D_
27: Mitochondrial Membranes, Structural Organization._x000D_
28: Mitochondrial Metabolite Carrier Protein Family._x000D_
29: Mitochondrial Outer Membrane and the VDAC Channel._x000D_
30: Mitochondrial Permeability Transition Pore._x000D_
31: Mitochondria: Source and Target of Free Radicals._x000D_
32: Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Family._x000D_
33: Mitosis._x000D_
34: Monoamine Oxidase._x000D_
35: mRNA Polyadenylation in Eukaryotes._x000D_
36: mTOR and Its Downstream Targets._x000D_
37: Mucin Family of Glycoproteins._x000D_
38: Mucins in Embryo Implantation._x000D_
39: Multidrug Resistance Membrane Proteins._x000D_
40: Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptors._x000D_
41: Myosin Motors._x000D_
42: Natriuretic Peptides, Their Receptors and Therapeutic Applications._x000D_
43: Neoglycoproteins._x000D_
44: Neuronal Intermediate Filaments._x000D_
45: Neurotransmitter Transporters._x000D_
46: Neurotrophin Receptor Signaling._x000D_
47: Nicotinamide Nucleotide Transhydrogenase._x000D_
48: Nitric Oxide Signaling._x000D_
49: N-Linked Glycan-Processing Glucosidases and Mannosidases._x000D_
50: Nonhexameric SF1 DNA Helicases/Translocases._x000D_
51: Nonhomologous End Joining in Bacteria._x000D_
52: Nonhomologous End Joining in Eukaryotes._x000D_
53: Nonhomologous Recombination: Bacterial Transposons._x000D_
54: Nonhomologous Recombination: Retrotransposons._x000D_
55: Nuclear Calcium in Synapse-to-Nucleus Communication: Common Regulator of Persistent Adaptations in the Nervous System._x000D_
56: Nuclear Compartmentalization._x000D_
57: Nuclear Factor Kappa B._x000D_
58: Nuclear Genes Involved in Mitochondrial Function and Biogenesis._x000D_
59: Nuclear Lamina._x000D_
60: Nuclear Organization, Chromatin Structure, and Gene Silencing._x000D_
61: Nuclear Pores and Nuclear Import/Export._x000D_
62: Nucleolus, Overview._x000D_
63: Nucleotide Excision Repair, Bacterial: The UvrABCD System._x000D_
64: Nucleotide Excision Repair: Biology._x000D_
65: Nucleotide Excision Repair in Eukaryotes._x000D_
66: Olfactory Receptors._x000D_
67: O-Linked GlcNAc Biosynthesis and Function._x000D_
68: Opioid Receptors._x000D_
69: ORAI Store-Operated Calcium Channel._x000D_
70: Organization of the Bacterial Nucleoid._x000D_
71: Oxygenases._x000D_
72: P2Y Receptors._x000D_
73: p53 Family._x000D_
74: Parathyroid Hormone/Parathyroid Hormone-Related Protein Receptor._x000D_
75: Pentose Phosphate (Hexose Mono Phosphate) Pathway._x000D_
76: Peptide Amidation._x000D_
77: Periplasmic Electron-Transport Systems in Bacteria._x000D_
78: Peroxidase Biochemistry and Redox Signaling._x000D_
79: Peroxisomal Metabolism._x000D_
80: Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptors._x000D_
81: Peroxisomes._x000D_
82: Phage Display for Protein Binding._x000D_
83: Phagocytosis._x000D_
84: Pheromone Receptors (Yeast)._x000D_
85: Phosphatidylinositol-3-Phosphate._x000D_
86: Phosphatidylinositol Bisphosphate and Trisphosphate._x000D_
87: Phosphofructokinase-2/Fructose Bisphosphatase-2._x000D_
88: Phosphoinositide 4- and 5-Kinases and Phosphatases._x000D_
89: Phosphoinositide-Dependent Protein Kinases._x000D_
90: Phospholipase C._x000D_
91: Phospholipase D._x000D_
92: Phospholipid Synthesis in Yeast._x000D_
93: Photoinhibition and Photoprotection in Plants, Algae, and Cyanobacteria._x000D_
94: Photoreceptors._x000D_
95: Photosynthesis._x000D_
96: Photosynthetic Carbon Dioxide Fixation._x000D_
97: Photosystem I._x000D_
98: Photosystem II: Assembly and Turnover of the D1 Protein._x000D_
99: Photosystem II: Redox and Protein Components._x000D_
100: Photosystem II: Water Oxidation, Overview._x000D_
101: Plasma-Membrane Calcium Pump: Structure and Function._x000D_
102: Plastocyanin._x000D_
103: Platelet-Activating Factor Receptor._x000D_
104: Platelet-Derived Growth Factor Receptor Family._x000D_
105: Porphyrin Metabolism._x000D_
106: Potassium Channels in the Inner Membrane of Mitochondria in Various Organisms: From Unicellular Eukaryotes to Higher Plants and Mammals._x000D_
107: Pre-tRNA and Pre-rRNA Processing in Bacteria._x000D_
108: Primary Biliary Cirrhosis._x000D_
109: Prions of Yeast and Fungi: Proteins Acting as Genes._x000D_
110: Prions Overview._x000D_
111: Processivity Clamps in DNA Replication._x000D_
112: Prostaglandins and Leukotrienes._x000D_
113: Proteases in Blood Clotting._x000D_
114: Proteasomes, Overview._x000D_
115: 26S Proteasome: Structure and Function._x000D_
116: Proteinase-Activated Receptors._x000D_
117: Protein Carboxyl Esterification._x000D_
118: Protein Data Resources._x000D_
119: Protein Degradation._x000D_
120: Protein Folding and Assembly._x000D_
121: Protein Import into Mitochondria._x000D_
122: Protein Kinase C Family._x000D_
123: Protein N-Myristoylation._x000D_
124: Protein Palmitoylation._x000D_
125: Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases._x000D_
126: Proteoglycans._x000D_
127: Proton Pumping in the Respiratory Chain._x000D_
128: Pteridines._x000D_
129: P-Type Pumps: Copper Pump._x000D_
130: P-Type Pumps: H+/K+ Pump._x000D_
131: P-Type Pumps: Na+,K+-ATPase._x000D_
132: P-Type Pumps: Plasma-Membrane H+ Pumps._x000D_
133: Purple Bacteria: Electron Acceptors and Donors._x000D_
134: Purple Bacteria: Photosynthetic Reaction Centers._x000D_
135: Pyridoxal Phosphate._x000D_
136: Pyrimidine Biosynthesis and Degradation (Catabolism)._x000D_
137: Pyruvate Kinase._x000D_
138: Quinones._x000D_
Half Title Page._x000D_
Title Page._x000D_
1: Rab Family._x000D_
2: Ran GTPase._x000D_
3: Ras Family._x000D_
4: Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species: Interactions with Mitochondria and Pathophysiology._x000D_
5: Recombination-Dependent DNA Replication._x000D_
6: Recombination: DNA Helicases and Nucleases._x000D_
7: Recombination: DNA-Strand Transferases._x000D_
8: RecQ Helicase Systems._x000D_
9: Regulated Intramembrane Proteolysis._x000D_
10: Regulation of Body Weight by Malonyl-CoA in the CNS._x000D_
11: Regulation of Chromatin Dynamics._x000D_
12: Regulation of Gene Transcription by Hypoxia-Inducible Factor 1._x000D_
13: Renewable Hydrogen from Biomass._x000D_
14: Repair of G–T Mismatches by Escherichia coli Vsr and Eukaryotic DNA Glycosylases._x000D_
15: Respiration in Phototrophic Microorganisms._x000D_
16: Respiratory Chain and ATP Synthase._x000D_
17: Respiratory Chain Complex I._x000D_
18: Respiratory Chain Complex II and Succinate: Quinone Oxidoreductases._x000D_
19: Respiratory Chain Complex IV._x000D_
20: Retinoblastoma Protein (pRB)._x000D_
21: Retinoic Acid Receptors._x000D_
22: Rho GTPases and Actin Cytoskeleton Dynamics._x000D_
23: Ribosome Assembly._x000D_
24: Ribosome Regulation by EF-G and EF-Tu._x000D_
25: Ribosome Structure._x000D_
26: Riboswitches._x000D_
27: Ribozymes and Evolution._x000D_
28: Ribozyme Structural Elements: Group II Introns and the Spliceosome._x000D_
29: RNA Editing._x000D_
30: RNA Polymerase I and RNA Polymerase III in Eukaryotes._x000D_
31: RNA Polymerase II and Its General Transcription Factors._x000D_
32: RNA Polymerase II Elongation Control in Eukaryotes._x000D_
33: RNA Polymerase Reaction in Bacteria._x000D_
34: RNA Polymerase Structure, Bacterial._x000D_
35: RNA Splicing._x000D_
36: Roles of Micro-RNAs in Metabolism._x000D_
37: Ryanodine Receptor Calcium Ion Channels._x000D_
38: Secretases._x000D_
39: Secretory Pathway._x000D_
40: Selenoprotein Synthesis._x000D_
41: Septins and Cytokinesis._x000D_
42: Serine/Threonine Phosphatases._x000D_
43: Serotonin Receptor Signaling._x000D_
44: Siglecs._x000D_
45: Sigma Factors._x000D_
46: Sliding Clamps in DNA Replication: Escherichia coli β-Clamp and PCNA Structure._x000D_
47: Small GTPases._x000D_
48: Small RNAs in Bacteria._x000D_
49: Sodium–Calcium Exchanger: Structural Aspects._x000D_
50: Somatostatin Receptors._x000D_
51: Spastic Paraplegia._x000D_
52: Spectrophotometric Assays._x000D_
53: Sphingolipid Biosynthesis._x000D_
54: Sphingolipid Catabolism._x000D_
55: Src Family of Protein Tyrosine Kinases._x000D_
56: Starvation._x000D_
57: Steroid/Thyroid Hormone Receptors._x000D_
58: Store-Operated Calcium Channels._x000D_
59: Structure and Regulation of Pyruvate Dehydrogenases._x000D_
60: Structure–Function of the Cytochrome b6f Complex of Oxygenic Photosynthesis._x000D_
61: Structure of P-Type Adenosine Triphosphatases._x000D_
62: Structure of Respiratory Complex I._x000D_
63: Substrate Binding, Catalysis, and Product Release._x000D_
64: Sugar Nucleotide Transporters._x000D_
65: Superoxide Dismutase._x000D_
66: T7 RNA Polymerase._x000D_
67: Tachykinin/Substance P/Neurokinin-1 Receptors._x000D_
68: Taste Receptors._x000D_
69: T-Cell Antigen Receptor._x000D_
70: T-Cell Receptor Signaling to NF-κB._x000D_
71: Telomeres: Maintenance and Replication._x000D_
72: Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone/Luteinizing Hormone/Follicle-Stimulating Hormone Receptors._x000D_
73: Tight Junctions._x000D_
74: Toll-Like Receptors._x000D_
75: Transcription-Coupled DNA Repair Overview._x000D_
76: Transcription Termination._x000D_
77: Transient Receptor Potential Channels._x000D_
78: Translation Elongation in Bacteria._x000D_
79: Translation Initiation in Bacteria: Factors and Mechanisms._x000D_
80: Translation Initiation in Eukaryotes: Factors and Mechanisms._x000D_
81: Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle._x000D_
82: tRNA Synthetases._x000D_
83: Troponin._x000D_
84: Tubulin and Its Isoforms._x000D_
85: Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptors._x000D_
86: Two-Hybrid Protein–Protein Interactions._x000D_
87: Tyrosine Sulfation._x000D_
88: Ubiquitin-Like Proteins._x000D_
89: Ubiquitin System._x000D_
90: UmuC D Lesion Bypass DNA Polymerase V._x000D_
91: Uncoupling Proteins._x000D_
92: Unfolded Protein Responses._x000D_
93: Urea Cycle: Disease Aspects._x000D_
94: Vacuoles._x000D_
95: Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptors._x000D_
96: Vasopressin/Oxytocin Receptor Family._x000D_
97: V-ATPases._x000D_
98: Vitamin A (Retinoids)._x000D_
99: Vitamin C._x000D_
100: Vitamin D._x000D_
101: Vitamin D Receptor._x000D_
102: Vitamin E._x000D_
103: Vitamin K: Biochemistry, Metabolism, and Nutritional Aspects._x000D_
104: Voltage-Dependent K+ Channels._x000D_
105: Voltage-Gated Ca2+ Channels._x000D_
106: Voltage-Gated Sodium Channels: Structure, Function, and Pathophysiology._x000D_
107: von Hippel–Lindau (VHL) Protein._x000D_
108: XPV Polymerase and the Bypass of Ultraviolet DNA Damage._x000D_
109: Zinc Fingers._x000D_
Index._x000D_