A collection of detailed monographs highlighting recent developments in the use of fluorescence to investigate problems at the forefront of biochemistry and cell biology. The volume proceeds from simple biochemical systems to more complex cell biological ones, with the first chapter, for example, in
1 Fluorescence Quenching Reactions: Probing Biological Macromolecular Structures.- 2 Luminescent Trivalent Lanthanides in Studies of Cation Binding Sites.- 3 Continuous, On-Line, Real Time DNA Sequencing Using Multifluorescently Tagged Primers.- 4 Time-Resolved Fluorescence in Biology and Biochemistry.- 5 Fluorescence Investigations of Receptor-Mediated Processes.- 6 Analysis of Ligand Binding and Cross-Linking of Receptors in Solution and on Cell Surfaces: Immunoglobulin E as a Model Receptor.- 7 Fluorescence Energy Transfer in Membrane Biochemistry.- 8 Imaging Membrane Organization and Dynamics.- 9 The Dynamic Parameter: Fluorescence Photobleaching as a Tool to Dissect Space in Biological Systems.
Number Of Pages: 294
Published: April 1991
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5
Weight (kg): 0.63