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Main description:

Current Topics in Membranes is targeted toward scientists and researchers in biochemistry and molecular and cellular biology, providing the necessary membrane research to assist them in discovering the current state of a particular field and in learning where that field is heading. This volume presents an up to date presentation of current knowledge and problems in the field of thermal receptors. This is a rapidly evolving research area and the book contains important contributions from some of the leaders in the field.


Contents:

Thermal Effects and Sensitivity of Biological MembranesLeon D. IslasTemperature Sensing by Thermal TRP Channels: Thermodynamic Basis and Molecular InsightsFeng QinGating of Thermally Activated ChannelsDavid Baez, Natalia Raddatz, Gonzalo Ferreira, Carlos Gonzalez and Ramon LatorreTRPA1 Channels: Chemical and Temperature SensitivityWillem J. Laursen, Sviatoslav N. Bagriantsev and Elena O. GrachevaTemperature Sensitivity of Two-Pore (K2P) Potassium ChannelsEve R. Schneider, Evan O. Anderson, Elena O. Gracheva and Sviatoslav N. BagriantsevLipid Modulation of Thermal Transient Receptor Potential ChannelsEnrique Hernandez-Garcia and Tamara RosenbaumStructure of Thermally Activated TRP ChannelsMatthew R. Cohen and Vera Y. Moiseenkova-BellThermal Sensitivity of CLC and TMEM16 Chloride Channels and TransportersMichael Pusch and Giovanni ZifarelliStructure and Function of The ThermoTRP Channel PoreJie Zheng and Linlin MaTemperature-Sensitive Gating of Voltage-Gated Proton ChannelsYuichiro Fujiwara and Yasushi OkamuraIntimacies and Physiological Role of The Polymodal Cold-Sensitive Ion Channel TRPM8Rodolfo Madrid and Maria PertusaThermally-Activated TRPV3 ChannelsJialie Luo and Hongzhen Hu


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ISBN-13: 9780128004487
Publisher: Elsevier (Academic Press Inc)
Publication date: October, 2014
Pages: 394

Subcategories: Biochemistry