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Molecular recognition

Jason A. McEvoy

Molecular recognition

biotechnology, chemical engineering and materials applications

by Jason A. McEvoy

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in Hauppauge, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Molecular recognition

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementJason A. McEvoy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP517.M67 .M645 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25041985M
    ISBN 109781611227345
    LC Control Number2010041372

    5: Appreciate how fundamental knowledge of molecular recognition is applied to the design of small molecule modulators of protein-protein or protein-nucleic acid interactions and their use as novel therapeutics. 6: Examine and evaluate experimental design, data and conclusions in primary literature studies of mechanisms of molecular recognition. Mann, S. Molecular recognition in biomineralization. Nature , Article (PDF Available) in Nature () March with Reads.

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    In chemistry and biology, molecular recognition is the specific interaction between two or more molecules through complementary noncovalent bonding, for example, via hydrogen bond ing; metal coordination; van der Waals forces; and π−π, hydrophobic, or electrostatic lar recognition plays an important role in biology and mediates interactions between receptors and .   Molecular recognition is one of the fundamental events in biological systems, as typified by enzymes that enable highly efficient and selective catalytic reactions through precise recognition of substrate(s) and cofactor(s) in the binding : Shohei Tashiro, Mitsuhiko Shionoya.


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This important topic is considered in chapter : A.D. Buckingham. This book reviews currently important work in the area of molecular recognition and focuses on recent advances in the mutual recognition of small-small, small-large and large-large molecules.

Molecular Recognition: Molecular recognition book and Biochemical Problems II covers the latest research into the theoretical and physical chemical considerations of the subject as well as the growing area of self-assembly processes. Delaage is the author of Molecular Recognition Mechanisms, published by : Hardcover.

About this book. Reasoning in terms of molecular recognition may be traced back to Emil Fischer, who practiced the art of chemistry at Humboldt University in Prussian Berlin a century ago. Today, it is clearly recognized that molecular recognition impacts and determines all life processes.

Molecular Recognition and Polymers covers the fundamental aspects and applications of molecular recognition—in the creation of novel polymeric materials for use in drug delivery, sensors, tissue engineering, molecular imprinting, and other areas.

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Principles of Molecular Recognition is far from exhaustive. The book focuses primarily on particular approaches to several distinct problems in molecular recognition, Molecular recognition book tl-,an on an extensive summary of the chemical concepts involved. Each chapter could itself be the subject of a lengthy textbook.

Design and Synthesis of Organic Molecules Based on Molecular Recognition Proceedings of the XVIIIth Solvay Conference on Chemistry Brussels, November 28 - Decem Editors: Binst, Georges van (Ed.) Free Preview.

About this book The lock-and-key principle formulated by Emil Fischer as early as the end of the 19th century has still not lost any of its significance for the life sciences. The basic aspects of ligand-protein interaction may be summarized under the term 'molecular recognition' and concern the specificity as well as stability of ligand binding.

Molecular Recognition Molecular recognition is the specific interaction between two or more molecules, which exhibit molecular complementarity, through noncovalent bonding such as hydrogen bonding, metal coordination, hydrophobic forces, van der Waals.

This volume contains the Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Molecular Recognition and Inclusion, ISMRI 9 which was held in Lyon, France during 7 to 12 September The articles reflect the over 50 oral presentations and posters which were presnted at ISMRI 9, both in the.

Molecular recognition is a vast area encompassing every aspect of biology. This book highlights all aspects of non-covalent macromolecular recognition processes, including DNA–protein recognition and sugar–protein by: 4. Basics of Molecular Recognition explores fundamental recognition principles between monomers or macromolecules that lead to diverse biological functions.

Based on the author's longtime courses, the book helps readers understand the structural aspects of macromolecular recognition and stimulates further research on whether molecules similar to DNA oCited by: 4.

Summary. Basics of Molecular Recognition explores fundamental recognition principles between monomers or macromolecules that lead to diverse biological functions.

Based on the author’s longtime courses, the book helps readers understand the structural aspects of macromolecular recognition and stimulates further research on whether molecules similar to DNA or protein can be synthesized. Molecular recognition is a vast area encompassing every aspect of biology.

This book highlights all aspects of non-covalent macromolecular recognition processes, including DNA–protein recognition and sugar–protein recognition.

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This book is a compendium of the addresses delivered at a symposium on molecular interaction at Porvoo, Finland in August Realizing that there are no a priori differ­ ences in receptor recognition in viruses, eukaryotic parasites and bacteria, we freely inter­ mingled these microbes at the symposium, and in this : Paperback.

Molecular recognition is a biological phenomenon which realizes special recognition at molecular level in living and chemical systems. The origin of the process lies in the intrinsic capacity of biomolecules to distinguish between other compounds and interact with them on the base of their molecular complementarities.

Molecular recognition plays an important role in biological systems and is observed in between receptor-ligand, antigen - antibody, DNA - protein, sugar - lectin, RNA - ribosome, etc. An important example of molecular recognition is the antibiotic vancomycin that selectively binds with the peptides with terminal.

Abstract. Biomolecular recognition, the process by which biomolecules recognize and bind to their molecular targets, typically highly specific, high affinity and reversible, and is generalizable to an effectively unlimited range of aqueous analytes.

Molecular Recognition Study on Supramolecular Systems. Molecular Recognition and Enantioselectivity of Aliphatic Alcohols by l-Tryptophan-Modified β-Cyclodextrin. The Journal of Organic Chemistry64 (5), DOI: / by: Recognition, Information, Complementarity.

Molecular Receptors — Design Principles. Spherical Recognition — Cryptates of Metal Cations. Tetrahedral Recognition by Macrotricyclic Cryptands.

Recognition of Ammonium Ions and Related Substrates. Binding and Recognition of Neutral Molecules.Molecular Recognition. Molecular recognition is a new method of selective separation or identification of various components in multicomponent mixtures, which recently attracted attention of many researchers who dealt with manufacturing [], analytical chemistry [], and separation [, ].