In the mid-1980s the European Journal of Biochemistry set out to publish review articles. The enterprise proved successful, resulting in high-level reviews written by well-known scientists appearing in the Journal. The reviews represent emerging and rapidly growing fields of research in fundamental as well as applied areas of biochemistry, such as medicine, biotechnology, agriculture and nutrition. Novel methodological and technological approaches which stimulate biochemical research are also included. The authors of the reviews are explicitely asked to be critical, selective, evaluative and interdisciplinary oriented. The reviews should encourage young scientists to think independently and creatively, and inform active investigators about the state of the art in a given field.
Lens crystallins of invertebrates - Diversity and recruitment from detoxification enzymes and novel proteins, 235 (449-465).- Apoptosis: molecular regulation of cell death, 236 (1-26).- A nonribosomal system of peptide biosynthesis, 236 (335-351).- Initiation of protein synthesis in eukaryotic cells, 236(747-771).- The ? A4 amyloid precursor protein gene and Alzheimer's disease, 237 (6-15).- The regulation of enzymes involved in chlorophyll biosynthesis, 237 (323-343).- Oxygenic photosynthesis - Electron transfer in photosystem I and photosystem II, 237 (519-531).- Connections with connexins: the molecular basis of direct intercellular signaling, 238 (1-27).- DNA-replication fidelity, mismatch repair and genome instability in cancer cells, 238 (297-307).- The emerging three-dimensional structure of a receptor - The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor, 239 (539-557).- The role of controlled proteolysis in cell-cycle regulation, 240 (307-313).- The regulation of human immunodeficiency virus type-1 gene expression, 240 (491-507).- Immunostimulating agents: what next? - A review of their present and potential medical applications, 242 (1-19).- Locations of functional domains in the RecA protein - Overlap of domains and regulation of activities, 242 (20-28).- Regulation of phosphorylation pathways by p21 GTPases - The p21 Ras-related Rho subfamily and its role in phosphorylation signalling pathways, 242 (171-185).- Pancreatic development and maturation of the islet B cell - Studies of pluripotent islet cultures, 242 (435-445).
Series: Ejb Reviews
Number Of Pages: 285
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 27.99 x 21.01
Weight (kg): 0.68