（Outline studies in biology）
Chapman and Hall, 1983
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全5件
Includes bibliographical references and index
The student of biological science in his final years as an undergraduate and his first years as a graduate is expected to gain some familiarity with current research at the frontiers of his discipline. New research work is published in a perplexing diversity of publications and is inevitably concerned with the minutiae of the subject. The sheer number of research journals and papers also causes confusion and difficulties of assimilation. Review articles usually presuppose a background know ledge of the field and are inevitably rather restricted in scope. There is thus a need for short but authoritative introductions to those areas of modern biological research which are either not dealt with in standard introductory textbooks or are not dealt with in sufficient detail to enable the student to go on from them to read scholarly reviews with profit. This series of books is designed to satisfy this need. The authors have been asked to produce a brief outline of their subject assuming that their readers will have read and remembered much of a standard introductory textbook of biology. This outline then sets out to provide by building on this basis, the conceptual framework within which modern research work is progressing and aims to give the reader an indication of the problems, both conceptual and practical, which must be overcome if progress is to be maintained.
1 Introduction.- 2 Structure.- 2.1 Carbohydrate-protein linkages.- 2.2 Sequence analysis.- 2.3 Structure of N-glyeans.- 2.4 Endo-glycosidases.- 2.5 Structure of 0-glycans.- 2.6 Membrane glycoproteins: an integrated view.- 3 Biosynthesis.- 3.1 Glycosyl transferases.- 3.2 The donors.- 3.3 TV-glycan assembly.- 3.4 0-glycan assembly.- 3.5 Cellular sites of glycosylation.- 3.6 Control of glycan biosynthesis.- 4 Function.- 4.1 Polypeptide processing.- 4.2 Lectins: carbohydrate-binding proteins.- 4.3 Intracellular transport of glycoproteins.- 4.4 Catabolism and clearance.- 4.5 Cell adhesion.- References.
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