3 edition of Mechanical and dynamical principles of protein nanomotors found in the catalog.
Mechanical and dynamical principles of protein nanomotors
A. R. Khataee
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||authors, A.R. Khataee and H.R. Khataee.|
|Contributions||Khataee, H. R.|
|LC Classifications||TP248.65.P76 K485 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009044349|
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They are responsible for various dynamical processes for transporting single molecules over small distances to cell movement and growth.
Our reviewing from the mechanism, regulation and co-ordination of linear nanomotors, indicate that the majority of active transport in the cell is driven by linear protein nanomotors.
All of them convert the chemical energy into mechanical work directly rather than via an intermediate energy. Linear protein nanomotors Cited by: 8.
A general class of these biological nanomotors is called protein nanomotors that move in a linear fashion (e.g. the kinesin or myosin or dynein motors) or rotate (e.g. F0F1-ATP synthase or. Mechanics of Motor Proteins and the Cytoskeleton brings these new findings together. This book is for biology, physics, and engineering students who want to learn about the principles of protein mechanics and how it applies to the morphology and motility of cells.
INTRODUCTION. Motors impact almost all aspects of daily life. For example, electric motors are machines that convert electrical energy into mechanical energy and further into kinetic energy to drive the operation of other devices, and these motors have been around since the s, when Scottish monk Andrew Gordon introduced a simple electrostatic device ().Cited by: If you are a mechanical, electrical, chemical,software engineer, or engineer of any other discipline, this book would appeal for its very engineering flavor.
It looks at the mechanics of living systems from an engineer's perspective/5(2). References Roles of classical dynamics and quantum dynamics on activated processes occurring in liquids.
& Dynamical contributions to enzyme catalysis: critical tests of a popular hypothesis. & A perspective on enzyme catalysis.& Nonequilibrium solvation effects on reaction-rates for model S N2 reactions in by: In the next few years, new generations of protein composite materials with controllable optical, electrical, chemical, and mechanical properties for a range of medical purposes are anticipated (Fig.
5 right side). Protein-composite based medical devices ( Cited by: Protein dynamics. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Proteins are generally thought to adopt unique structures determined by their amino acid sequences, as outlined by Anfinsen's dogma.
However, proteins are not strictly static objects, but rather populate. Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Khataee, A.R.
(Ali Reza), Mechanical and dynamical principles of protein nanomotors. New York: Nova Science Publishers, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.
Get this from a library. Mechanical and dynamical principles of protein nanomotors: the key to nano-engineering applications. [A R Khataee; H R Khataee]. Mechanics of Motor Proteins and the Cytoskeleton brings these new findings together. This book is for biology, physics, and engineering students who want to learn about the principles of protein mechanics and how it applies to the morphology and motility of by: Living systems use biological nanomotors to build life's essential molecules—such as DNA and proteins—as well as to transport cargo inside cells with both spatial and temporal precision.
Each motor is highly specialized and carries out a distinct function within the by: Phage display can be considered as a practical realisation of an artificial chemical evolution.
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This book brings together the biochemical and physical. Enzymes play a crucial role in many biological processes which require harnessing and converting free chemical energy into kinetic forces in order to accomplish tasks. Enzymes are considered to be molecular machines, not only because of their capability of energy conversion in biological systems but also because enzymatic catalysis can result in enhanced diffusion of enzymes at a molecular by: Subunits of molecular chaperones such as ClpX or HslU pull and unfold a protein to prepare it for degradation [28, 30].
Kinesins and dyneins walk along the microtubule for intracellular cargo transport and cell division, while myosins walk along F-actins and Cited by: This first-hand account by one of the pioneers of nanobiotechnology brings together a wealth of valuable material in a single source.
It allows fascinating insights into motion at the nanoscale, showing how the proven principles of biological nanomotors are being transferred to artificial nanodevices. The basics are then directly developed for biophysical phenomena, such as water behavior, protein binding, and conformational changes.
The book’s accessible development of equilibrium and dynamical statistical physics makes this a valuable text for students with limited physics and chemistry by: This text is for biology, biochemistry and chemistry students who want to learn about the principles of protein mechanics and how it applies to the morphology and motility of cells.
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From a fundamental perspective, the mechanical response of micro- and nanomotors still requires further study in order to have a better understanding of how exactly these systems operate and the different mechanisms of motion that can be combined into one system to Cited by: 8.
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Protein-based molecular motors couple the release of chemical energy (for example hydrolysis of ATP) to mechanical work, and are essential to many cellular by: Protein–protein associations are fundamental to biological mechanisms, creating a need for a book that covers the basic principles of protein–protein association.
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The novel and ingenious configuration of these nanomotors has inspired the development of biomimetics for nanodevices. Advances in structural and functional studies have increased our understanding of the molecular basis of biological movement to the point where we can begin thinking about possible applications of the viral DNA packaging motor Cited by: 1.
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protein movements 18 example the timescale of protein conformational changes 19 example vibration of chemical bonds 21 example protein vibrations 22 motion of a mass and spring with damping 22 example motor proteins are over-damped 24 work, energy, and heat 24 example energy of chemical bonds 25 example energy stored in.
Introduction. Optical microscopy has been a major tool for biological and biomedical research for centuries. Although other techniques such as electron microscopy offer significantly better spatial resolution, light microscopy occupies a central role in biomedical science because of its ease of use and the potential for noninvasive, live cell by: Question: Biological Muscle Cellscan Be Thought Of As Nanomotors Thatuse The Chemical Energy OfATP To Produce Mechanical Work.
Measurements Show Thattheactive Proteins Within Amuscle Cell (such As Myosin And Actin) Can Produce A Force Ofabout PN And Displacements Of Nm. In order to perform their designated jobs they use energy and convert it to mechanical work.
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