Cytochrome Complexes: Evolution, Structures, Energy Transduction, and Signaling

Cytochrome Complexes: Evolution, Structures, Energy Transduction, and Signaling
Cytochrome Complexes: Evolution, Structures, Energy Transduction, and Signaling
Springer | Plant Sciences | July 16, 2016 | ISBN-10: 940177479X | 739 pages | pdf | 21.87 mb

Editors: Cramer, William A., Kallas, Toivo (Eds.)
Encyclopedic discussion of multi-faceted functions in energy transduction, evolution, and signaling
Perspective on a major group of integral membrane proteins
Modern review of the cytochrome family extending over prokaryotes and eukaryotes

An Introduction that describes the origin of cytochrome notation also connects to the history of the field, focusing on research in England in the pre-World War II era. The start of the modern era of studies on structure-function of cytochromes and energy-transducing membrane proteins was marked by the 1988 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, given to J. Deisenhofer, H. Michel, and R. Huber for determination of the crystal structure of the bacterial photosynthetic reaction center. An ab initio logic of presentation in the book discusses the evolution of cytochromes and hemes, followed by theoretical perspectives on electron transfer in proteins and specifically in cytochromes. There is an extensive descrion of the molecular structures of cytochromes and cytochrome complexes from eukaryotic and prokaryotic sources, bacterial, plant and animal. The presentation of atomic structure information has a major role in these discussions, and makes an important contribution to the broad field of membrane protein structure-function.

Number of Illustrations and Tables
40 b/w illustrations, 138 illustrations in colour
Topics
Plant Physiology

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