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The Resource Molecular evolution of physiological processes : Society of General Physiologists, 47th Annual Symposium : Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 8-11 September, 1993, edited by Douglas M. Fambrough

Molecular evolution of physiological processes : Society of General Physiologists, 47th Annual Symposium : Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 8-11 September, 1993, edited by Douglas M. Fambrough

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Molecular evolution of physiological processes : Society of General Physiologists, 47th Annual Symposium : Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 8-11 September, 1993
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Molecular evolution of physiological processes
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Society of General Physiologists, 47th Annual Symposium : Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 8-11 September, 1993
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edited by Douglas M. Fambrough
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1993 :
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Society of General Physiologists
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  • Fambrough, Douglas M
  • Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.)
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Society of General Physiologists series
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v. 49
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  • Life
  • Molecular evolution
  • Biodiversity
  • Proteins
  • Phylogeny
  • Cell membranes
  • Cell physiology
  • Cell Membrane
  • Cell Physiological Phenomena
  • Genetic Variation
  • Biological Evolution
  • Cytoskeletal Proteins
  • Membrane Proteins
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Molecular evolution of physiological processes : Society of General Physiologists, 47th Annual Symposium : Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 8-11 September, 1993, edited by Douglas M. Fambrough
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  • Interpretation of diversity : homology testing and generation of phylogenetic trees. Molecular clocks are not as bad as you think / W.M. Fitch and F.J. Ayala -- Reconstructing the history of evolutionary processes using maximum likelihood / Michael J. Sanderson -- Introns, the broken transposons / Andrew J. Roger, Patrick J. Keeling, and W. Ford Doolittle -- Monophyletic origin of animals : a shared ancestry with the fungi / Patricia O. Wainright, David J. Patterson, and Mitchell L. Sogin -- To tree the truth : biological and numerical simulations of phylogeny / David M. Hillis and John P. Huelsenbeck -- Genome organization and the generation of diversity. Transposable elements and the evolution of heterochromatin / Allan C. Spradling -- Gene conversion and the evolution of gene families in mammals / John C. Schimenti -- Functional polymorphism in class I major histocompatibility complex genes / Peter Parham -- The generation of protein isoform diversity by alternative RNA splicing / David M. Helfman
  • (Cont.) Evolution of the actin and myosin-related families of cytoskeletal proteins. Profilins, ancient actin binding proteins with highly divergent primary structures / Thomas D. Pollard and Stephen Quirk. The evolution of the chicken sarcomeric myosin heavy chain multigene family / Everett Bandman ... [et al.] -- Molecular evolution of the myosin superfamily : application of phylogenetic techniques to cell biological questions / Holly V. Goodson -- Diversity of myosin-based motility : multiple genes and functions / Allison Weiss, D.C. Ghislaine Mayer, and Leslie A. Leinwand -- The actin protein superfamily / Christine Fyrberg ... [et al.] -- Structure, function, evolution of plasma membrane proteins. Ion channels of microbes / Yoshiro Saimi ... [et al.] -- Using sequence homology to analyze the structure and function of voltage-gated ion channel proteins / H. Robert Guy and Stewart R. Durell -- Molecular evolution of K+ channels in primitive eukaryotes / Timothy Jegla and Lawrence Salkoff -- The connexins and their family tree / M.V.L. Bennett, X. Zheng, and M.L. Sogin
  • (Cont.) Relationships of G-protein-coupled receptors. A survey with the photoreceptor opsin subfamily / Meredithe L. Applebury -- Evolution of the G protein alpha subunit multigene family / Thomas M. Wilkie and Shozo Yokoyama -- Molecular evolution of the calcium-transporting ATPases analyzed by the maximum parsimony method / Yan Song and Douglas Fambrough
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30760207
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26 cm
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x, 297 pages
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9780874700558
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94065642
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illustrations (some color)
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Molecular evolution of physiological processes : Society of General Physiologists, 47th Annual Symposium : Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 8-11 September, 1993, edited by Douglas M. Fambrough
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Interpretation of diversity : homology testing and generation of phylogenetic trees. Molecular clocks are not as bad as you think / W.M. Fitch and F.J. Ayala -- Reconstructing the history of evolutionary processes using maximum likelihood / Michael J. Sanderson -- Introns, the broken transposons / Andrew J. Roger, Patrick J. Keeling, and W. Ford Doolittle -- Monophyletic origin of animals : a shared ancestry with the fungi / Patricia O. Wainright, David J. Patterson, and Mitchell L. Sogin -- To tree the truth : biological and numerical simulations of phylogeny / David M. Hillis and John P. Huelsenbeck -- Genome organization and the generation of diversity. Transposable elements and the evolution of heterochromatin / Allan C. Spradling -- Gene conversion and the evolution of gene families in mammals / John C. Schimenti -- Functional polymorphism in class I major histocompatibility complex genes / Peter Parham -- The generation of protein isoform diversity by alternative RNA splicing / David M. Helfman
  • (Cont.) Evolution of the actin and myosin-related families of cytoskeletal proteins. Profilins, ancient actin binding proteins with highly divergent primary structures / Thomas D. Pollard and Stephen Quirk. The evolution of the chicken sarcomeric myosin heavy chain multigene family / Everett Bandman ... [et al.] -- Molecular evolution of the myosin superfamily : application of phylogenetic techniques to cell biological questions / Holly V. Goodson -- Diversity of myosin-based motility : multiple genes and functions / Allison Weiss, D.C. Ghislaine Mayer, and Leslie A. Leinwand -- The actin protein superfamily / Christine Fyrberg ... [et al.] -- Structure, function, evolution of plasma membrane proteins. Ion channels of microbes / Yoshiro Saimi ... [et al.] -- Using sequence homology to analyze the structure and function of voltage-gated ion channel proteins / H. Robert Guy and Stewart R. Durell -- Molecular evolution of K+ channels in primitive eukaryotes / Timothy Jegla and Lawrence Salkoff -- The connexins and their family tree / M.V.L. Bennett, X. Zheng, and M.L. Sogin
  • (Cont.) Relationships of G-protein-coupled receptors. A survey with the photoreceptor opsin subfamily / Meredithe L. Applebury -- Evolution of the G protein alpha subunit multigene family / Thomas M. Wilkie and Shozo Yokoyama -- Molecular evolution of the calcium-transporting ATPases analyzed by the maximum parsimony method / Yan Song and Douglas Fambrough
Control code
30760207
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
x, 297 pages
Isbn
9780874700558
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
94065642
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)

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