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Fluorescence and phosphorescence of proteins and nucleic acids
SergeiМ† VasileМ“vich Konev
Translated from the Russian: Elektronno-vozbuzhdennye sostoyaniya biopolimerov.
|Statement||Sergei V. Konev ; translation editor, Sidney Udenfriend.|
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Fluorescence and phosphorescence are proving to be extremely sensitive probes for elucidating conformation of proteins and nucleic acids and for studying molecular interactions. Newer instrumentation and techniques hold forth great promise for the . This book is a self-contained introduction to the theory of atomic motion in proteins and nucleic acids. An understanding of such motion is essential because it plays a crucially important role in biological activity. The authors, both of whom are well known for their work in this field, describe in detail the major theoretical methods that are.
In the five years which have elapsed since the publication of the classical monograph of Konev, a wealth of new information has ap peared on the emission properties of proteins and nucleic acids. Indeed, since new publications in this area appear to be proliferating in a geometric ratio, this may be the last opportunity to provide a. "Fluorescence Energy Transfer Nucleic Acid Probes, Design and Protocols is a timely book. It is the first concise collection of fluorescence methods and assays used in exploring biomolecular structure, dynamic and interaction. a rich compendium of information for the beginner in the field, as well as a source of ideas and inspiration for.
During the summer of we discussed the state of molecular biology and biochemical developmental biology in plants on a few occasions in Paris and in Strasbourg. The number of laboratories engaged in such research is minute compared with those studying comparable problems in animal and. Emphasis on nuclear magnetic resonance and fluorescence spectroscopy provides an in-depth look at the two main methods used to study proteins and nucleic acids in solution. eText version of the Solutions Manual., free solution manual download PDF books free solution manual download PDF books free solution manual download PDF books free solution.
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Fluorescence and phosphorescence are proving to be extremely sensitive probes for elucidating conformation of proteins and nucleic acids and for studying molecular interactions. Newer instrumentation and techniques hold forth great promise for the future of these luminescence methods in biopolymer research.
Fluorescence and phosphorescence are proving to be extremely sensitive probes for elucidating conformation of proteins and nucleic acids and for studying molecular interactions.
Newer instrumentation and techniques hold forth great promise for the future of these luminescence methods in biopolymer by: Fluorescence and phosphorescence are proving to be extremely sensitive probes for elucidating conformation of proteins and nucleic acids and for studying molecular interactions.
Maryland May, v CONTENTS Introduction. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Konev, S.V. (Sergeĭ Vasilʹevich). Fluorescence and phosphorescence of proteins and nucleic acids.
New York, Plenum Press, Buy (ebook) Fluorescence and Phosphorescence of Proteins and Nucleic Acids by Sergei V. Konev, eBook format, from the Dymocks online bookstore. Fluorescence and Phosphorescence of Nucleic Acids Polarization of Fluorescence and Phosphorescence III.
Instrumentation Excitation Sources Wavelength Selectors Slits Sample Compartments Detectors Readout Systems Instrumental Distortion of Spectra Low Temperature Fluorescence Phosphorescence Measurements Sample Cells and Solvents for Phosphorimetry.
ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYS () Fluorescence of Some Proteins, Nucleic Acids and Related Compounds1 V. Shore and Arthur B. Pardee From the Department of Biochemistry and the Virus Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California Received J INTRODUCTION Though the possibility of fluorescence in proteins owing.
The fluorescence of dyes complexed to DNA has been reviewed recently. 25 Complementary singly labeled, single-strand synthetic nucleic acid oligomers that can form double-stranded DNA structures have been used for FRET measurements, ~5 and FRET promises to yield much more interesting structural information about nucleic acids and their.
Download book PDF. Excited States of Proteins and Nucleic Acids pp Fluorescence of some proteins, nucleic acids, and related compounds, Arch. Biochem. Biophys.
60, – cited in “The Fluorescence and Phosphorescence of Proteins and Nucleic Acids” (S. Konev, ed.), Plenum Press, New York (). Google Scholar. We report here development of a rapid, homogeneous, aptamer-based fluorescence assay (“molecular beacons”) for detecting proteins.
The assay involves protein-induced coassociation of two aptamers recognizing two distinct epitopes of the protein. The aptamers contain short fluorophore-labeled complementary “signaling” oligonucleotides attached to the aptamer by non-DNA linker.
Fluorescence detection is a valuable tool in biosciences [1–3]. Many fluorescence studies have taken advantage of the intrinsic fluorescence from proteins, which is due primarily to the tryptophan residues.
However in contrast to proteins, nucleic acids and the nucleotides are almost non-fluorescent in water. Essential for students of both undergraduate and postgraduate classes, Modern Plant Physiology addresses new developments in tissue culture, stress physiology, and secondary metabolities.
This detailed and comprehensive handbook, written by a renowned figure in botanical education, focuses on many essential concepts, including: the metabolisms of nitrogen, amino acids, protein, fat, and Reviews: 3. Fluorescence and Phosphorescence of Pro-teins andNucleic Acids. SERGEIV.
KONEV. Translatedfromthe Russianedition(Minsk, ). Sidney Udenfriend, Translation Ed. Plenum, New York, x + pp., illus. $ During the last ten years the contin-uing progress in optics and electronics has made it possible to study the fluo-rescence and. Tyrosine Fluorescence and Phosphorescence from Proteins and Polypeptides J.
Alexander Ross, William R. Laws, Kenneth W. Rousslang, and Herman R. Wyssbrod Historical Perspective and Background The fluorescence and phosphorescence of proteins and polypeptides is the sum of the contributions from the three aromatic amino acids tryptophan.
S.V. Konev (translation editor: Sidney Udenfriend), Fluorescence and phosphorescence of proteins and nucleic acids. Plenum Press,pp. Price $ Fluorescence and Phosphorescence Analysis by David Hercules and a great selection Fluorescence and phosphorescence of proteins and nucleic acids.
Konev, Sergej V.: Published by New York Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers.
With usual stamps and markings, In. DEBYE P, EDWARDS JO. A note on the phosphorescence of proteins. Science. Aug 8; ()– SHORE VG, PARDEE AB. Fluorescence of some proteins, nucleic acids and related compounds. Arch Biochem Biophys. Jan; 60 (1)– Fluorescence can also occur in atomic adsorption spectra Fluorescence emission is generally short-lived (e.g.
ms) Phosphorescence Phosphorescence generally takes much longer to complete (called metastable) than fluorescence because of the transition from triplet state to ground state involves altering the e-‟s spin. If the emission is in. Eisinger and A. Lamola tation spectrum of the fluorescence m:ltches the absorption spectrum of the substance being investigated.
(2,3) If this is not possible, one shoul. Using fluorescence spectroscopy and room-temperature tryptophan phosphorescence spectroscopy by the example of Escherichia coli alkaline phosphatase, it is shown that a protein can exist in many. Weber, G. () Fluorescence-polarization spectrum and electronic energy transfer in tyrosine, tryptophan and related compounds.
Biochemical Journal, 75, Konev, S.V. () Fluorescence and phosphorescence of proteins and nucleic acids. Plenum, New York. Beechem, J.M. and Brand, L. () Time-resolved fluorescence of proteins.Nucleic Acids Book. A free online book on the chemistry and biology of nucleic acids, written by Prof.
Tom Brown and Dr Tom Brown (Jnr). The book is ideal for chemistry and biology students and also provides practical information for researchers working in the lab.Schematic depicting the basic principle of fluorescence polarization.
When a small peptide or nucleic acid ligand (dark circle) with a fluorescent label attached (white circle) is excited by polarized light at the excitation wavelength of the fluorophore, the ligand reorients to a significant degree due to molecular tumbling during the excited state lifetime of the fluorophore.