Advances in structural biology. Vol. 5 [electronic resource] / editors, Sudarshan K. Malhotra, Jack A. Tuszy�nski. - Stamford, Conn. : JAI Press, 1998. - 1 online resource (xiii, 325 p.) : ill. - Advances in structural biology ; 5 .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Regulation of bidirectional pigment granule movement in melanophores / Helen Nilsson and Magareta Willan -- Ciliated cell electrodynamics: from cilia and flagella to ciliated sensory systems / Ezio M. Insinna -- Microtubule self-organization as an example of a biological turing structure / James Tabony and Cyril Papaseit -- Molecular automata modeling in structural biology / R. Lahoz-Beltra -- On the interaction of magnetic fields with coherent (bio)chemical reactions / K. Zioutas, L. Walckiers, M. Pagitsas, D. Sazou and D. Malchow -- Reflections of biological signaling: electronic conduction may be an important intracellular pathway / J.A. Brown and J.A. Tuszy�nski -- Ferroelectrics and their possible involvement in biology / N.E. Mavromatos, D.V. Nanopoulos, I. Samaras and K. Zioutas -- Viscoelasticity of biopolymer networks and statistical mechanics of semiflexible polymers / Erwin Frey, Klaus Kroy, and Jan Wilhelm -- Stochastic data analysis for the assembly and disassembly of microtubules in vitro / J.A. Tuszy�nski, D. Sept, H. Bolterauer and H.-J. Limbach -- Structural and functional properties of tubulin isotypes / Qing Lu, Grace D. Moore, Consuelo Walss and Richard F. Ludue�na -- Single Myosin molecule mechanics / A.D. Mehta and J.A. Spudich -- Motor proteins have highly correlated brownian engines / G.P. Tsironis and Katja Lindenberg -- Quantum mechanics in cell microtubules: wild imagination or realistic possibility / N.E. Mavromatos and D.V. Nanopoulos.

Volume 5 in the series Advances in Structural Biology is based upon a selection of articles presented at the Workshop on Molecular Bio-physics of the Cytoskeleton: Microtubule Formation, Structure, Function, and Interactions (August 18-22 1997 at the Banff Conference Centre in Banff, Alberta, Canada). Its main objective was to review the state-of-the-art of the field and stimulate a multidisciplinary investigation into the molecular biology of the cytoskeleton, which is amply manifested in the articles selected and published in this volume.

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