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Cumulative Subject Index, Volumes 31, 32 and 34-60, Volume by Nathan P. Kaplan, Nathan P. Colowick, Martha G. Dennis,

By Nathan P. Kaplan, Nathan P. Colowick, Martha G. Dennis, Edward A. Dennis

The seriously acclaimed laboratory typical, Methods in Enzymology, is likely one of the so much hugely revered guides within the box of biochemistry. given that 1955, every one quantity has been eagerly awaited, usually consulted, and praised by way of researchers and reviewers alike. The sequence includes a lot fabric nonetheless proper at the present time - actually a necessary book for researchers in all fields of existence sciences.

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F~, LV, 368, 369 properties of reconstituted vesicles, LV, 372 dissociation and reconstitution from E. coli, LV, 800, 801 assay methods, LV, 801, 802 properties, LV, 805 of reconstituted ATPase, LV, 8O9, 810 Adenosinetriphosphatase purification of wild type and mutant ATPases, LV, 802-804 reversible dissociation, LV, 805-808 in vitro complementation of mutant and wild type, LV, 810 in E. coli cell envelope, XXXII, 91 effect of DABs or PMPs labeling, LVI, 621 efrapeptin, LV, 494, 495 electron microscopy, XXXII, 31 energy-transducing binding sites, LV, 299-302 distribution, LV, 297 physical properties, LV, 298, 299 F1, XLVI, 83, 277, 278, 287 in fat cells, XXXI, 67 gel electrophoresis, XXXII, 297 hepatoma mitochondria, LV, 81, 84, 88 inhibition by arylazido-B-alanine ATP, XLVI, 276, 277 Keilin-Hartree preparation, LV, 121, 124, 125 latent assay, activity, LV, 191, 192 DCCD-sensitive, solubilization and purification, LV, 193-195 properties, LV, 192 unmasking, LV, 188 in lung lamellar bodies, XXXI, 423, 424 membrane-bound in plants isolation, XXXII, 392-406 properties, XXXII, 403 membrane depletion, LV, 110-112 Mg2+-activated, XXXII, 289 assay in mutants, LVI, 113 everted vesicles, LVI, 235, 237, 238 Mg2 +-Na +-K +-dependent, in microsomal fractions, LII, 88 in microvillous membrane, XXXI, 130 miscellaneous inhibitors, LV, 515-518 mit mutants, LVI, 16 mitochondrial, assay, LVI, 101 mutant, complementation, LV, 810 24 in myosin measurement, XXXII, 744 Na+,K*-activated, XLVI, 523-531 active site studies, XXXVI, 489 assay, XXXII, 285-289 8-azido-ATP, LVI, 646 Ca2+-activated ATPase compared, XXXII, 305, 306 circular dichroism studies, XXXII, 230-233 gel electrophoresis, XXXII, 288, 289 isolation, XXXII, 277-290 incubation, XXXII, 281, 282 tissue preparation, XXXII, 280, 281 molecular activity, XXXII, 286 ouabain-binding capacity, XXXII, 287, 288 properties, XXXII, 279; XXXVI, 438, 439 purification, XXXII, 282-285 steroid effects, XXXVI, 434-439 zonal centrifugation, XXXII, 283, 284, 289 NCCD, LV, 500, 501 of neurosecretory granules, XXXI, 403 in nuclear membrane, XXXI, 290 oligomycin, LV, 503, 504 oligomycin-sensitive 2-azido-4-nitrophenol labeling, LVI, 683 components, LVI, 12, 40 cytoplasmic petite mutants, LVI, 155 mitochondria, LVI, 11 mutants, LVI, 105 polypeptides, LVI, 597-600 organotins, LV, 509, 510 in oxyntic cells, XXXII, 716, 717 perchloric acid, LV, 201 phosphorylating vesicles, LV, 168 in plasma membranes, XXXI, 67, 88, 148, 171, 185 preparation by chloroform technique, LV, 337, 338 from beef heart mitochondria, LV, 338 25 Adenosinetriphosphatase inhibitor concentration and further purification, LV, 338-341 energy-conserving membranes, LV, 341-343 properties, LV, 343 from E.

Coli comments, LV, 792-795 preparation of membrane particles, LV, 790 properties, LV, 795, 796 purification, LV, 791, 792 release, LV, 791 protein kinase assay, XXXVIII, 289 quercitin, LV, 491,492 reconstituted vesicles, optical probes, LV, 573 removal, by acetone, LI, 475 in rough microsomal subfractions, LII, 75, 76 rutamycin-sensitive assay method, LV, 315, 316 preparation procedure, LV, 317 in sarcoplasmic reticulum, XXXI, 241; XXXII, 79-81 assay, XXXI, 245 isolation, XXXII, 291, 292 from S.

Coli, LI, 508-512 friction ratio, LI, 505 6-halopurine ribosides as substrates, XLVI, 328 from human erythrocytes, LI, 502-507 inactivation kinetics, XLVI, 334 inhibitors, LI, 506, 507, 511 kinetic properties, LI, 506, 511 molecular weight, LI, 505, 512 in nucleotidase assay, XXXII, 127, 369 partial specific volume, LI, 505 Adenosine deaminase properties, LI, 505, 506, 511, 512 purification, LI, 503-505, 509-511 purity, LI, 511 reaction, XLVI, 332, 333 sedimentation coefficient, LI, 505 stability, LI, 505, 512 Stokes radius, LI, 505 substrate specificity, LI, 505-507, 511 subunit structure, LI, 505 Adenosinediphosphatase, in plasma membranes, XXXI, 88 Adenosine 5'-diphosphate, XXXIV, 486; XLIV, 507; XLVI, 64, 65 acceptor control ratios, LVI, 687 activator, of adenylate deaminase, LI, 496 allosteric effector, of glutamate dehydrogenase, XLIV, 507, 512, 513 analogs, XLVI, 241 aqueous stock solution, stability, LVII, 38 assay, LV, 221; LVII, 74 of creatine kinase isoenzymes, LVII, 60, 63 of mitochondrial ATP production, LVII, 4 1 4 4 of photophosphorylation, LVII, 55 of succino-AICAR synthetase, LI, 187 binding proteins, XLVI, 248, 249 bound, phosphorylation, LVI, 496 cGMP assay, XXXVIII, 112 chloroplast ATPase, LV, 300 chromatographic separation, LI, 459, 460 CoA-binding protein, XXXIV, 270 Co(III) complex, XLVI, 313 content of brain, LV, 218 of hepatocytes, LV, 214 of kidney cortex, LV, 220 of rat heart, LV, 216, 217 of rat liver, LV, 213 coupling factor, LV, 189, 190, 192 E.

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