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This all-new edition of a best-selling text has been thoroughly updated to keep pace with the rapid progress in biological signaling. "This book is actually two books: Regulation and Signal Transduction." (Drug Research)
Originally based on a graduate course taught by the author, this true classic has once again been extensively updated to incorporate key new findings in biological signaling. With over half of the content re-written, plus 70 brand new and 50 revised figures, this is the most up-to-date textbook on signaling available anywhere. Thanks to its clear structure, hundreds of…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This all-new edition of a best-selling text has been thoroughly updated to keep pace with the rapid progress in biological signaling.
"This book is actually two books: Regulation and Signal Transduction." (Drug Research)
Originally based on a graduate course taught by the author, this true classic has once again been extensively updated to incorporate key new findings in biological signaling. With over half of the content re-written, plus 70 brand new and 50 revised figures, this is the most up-to-date textbook on signaling available anywhere. Thanks to its clear structure, hundreds of illustrative drawings, as well as chapter introductions and newly added study questions, this text excels as a companion for a course on biological signaling, and equally as an introductory reference to the field for students and researchers. Generations of students and junior researchers have relied on "the Krauss" to find their way through the bewildering complexity of biological signaling pathways.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Wiley-VCH / Wiley-VCH GmbH
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 1133366 000
  • 5. Auflage
  • Seitenzahl: 815
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. März 2014
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 244mm x 169mm x 45mm
  • Gewicht: 1621g
  • ISBN-13: 9783527333660
  • ISBN-10: 3527333665
  • Artikelnr.: 38107441
Autorenporträt
Gerhard Krauss is emeritus Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Bayreuth (Germany). His research is centered on the mechanism of interaction of DNA binding proteins and their target DNA. He is specifically interested in transcription factors, DNA methyl transferases and nucleotide excision repair. The idea for a textbook on Signal Transduction and Gene Regulation originates from a lecture course that he has been teaching at Bayreuth since the middle of the 1990s.
Inhaltsangabe
BASICS OF CELL SIGNALING Cell Signaling: Why, When and Where? Intercellular Signaling Hormones in Intercellular Signaling Intracellular Signaling: Basics Molecular Tools for Intracellular Signaling PROPERTIES OF SIGNALING PROTEINS AND ORGANIZATION OF SIGNALING Modular Structure of Signaling Proteins Modular Signaling Complexes Regulation of Signaling Enzymes by Effector Binding Posttranslational Modifications in Cellular Signaling Regulation by Phosphorylation Protein Lysine Acetylation Protein Methylation Ubiquitin Modification of Proteins Lipidation of Signaling Proteins Scaffold Proteins Organization of Signaling THE REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION The Basic Steps of Gene Expression The Components of the Eukaryotic Transcription Machinery The Principles of Transcription Regulation The Control of Transcription Factors Chromatin Structure and Transcription Regulation RNA PROCESSING, TRANSLATIONAL REGULATION AND RNA INTERFERENCE Pre
mRNA Processing Regulation at the Level of Translation Regulation by RNA Silencing SIGNALING BY NUCLEAR RECEPTORS Ligands of Nuclear Receptors Principles of Signaling by Nuclear Receptors Structure of Nuclear Receptors Transcriptional Regulation by Nuclear Receptors Regulation of Signaling by Nuclear Receptors Subcellular Localization of Nuclear Receptors Non
Genomic Functions of Nuclear Receptors and their Ligands G PROTEIN
COUPLED SIGNAL TRANSMISSION PATHWAYS Transmembrane Receptors: General Structure and Classification Structural Principles of Transmembrane Receptors G Protein
Coupled Receptors Regulatory GTPases The Heterotrimeric G
Proteins Receptor
Independent Functions of Heterotrimeric G
Proteins Effector Molecules of G
Proteins GPCR Signaling via Arrestin INTRACELLULAR MESSENGER SUBSTANCES: "SECOND MESSENGERS" General Properties of Intracellular Messenger Substances cAMP cGMP and Guanylyl Cyclases Metabolism of Inositol Phospholipids and Inositol Phosphates Storage and Release of Ca2+ Functions of Phosphoinositides Ca2+ as a Signal Molecule Diacylglycerol as a Signal Molecule Other Lipid Messengers The NO Signaling Molecule SER/THR
SPECIFIC PROTEIN KINASES AND PROTEIN PHOSPHATASES Classification, Structure and Characteristics of Protein Kinases Structure and Regulation of Protein Kinases Protein Kinase A The PI3 Kinase/Akt Pathway Protein Kinase C Ca2+/Calmodulin
Dependent Protein Kinases Ser/Thr
specific Protein Phosphatases SIGNAL TRANSMISSION VIA TRANSMEMBRANE RECEPTORS WITH TYRSINE
SPECIFIC PROTEIN KINASE ACTIVITY Structure and Function of RTKs Downstream Effector Proteins of RTKs Nonreceptor Tyrosine
Specific Protein Kinases, Non
RTKs Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases Adaptor Molecules of Receptor Tyrosine Kinases SIGNAL TRANSMISSIO VIA RAS PROTEINS The Ras Superfamily of Monomeric GTPases GTPase
Activating Proteins, GAPs, of the Monomeric GTPases Guanine Nucleotide Exchange Factors, GEFs, of the Monomeric GTPases Inhibitors of Guanine
Nucleotide Dissociation, GDIs The Ras Family of Monomeric GTPases Raf Kinase as an Effector of Signal Transduction by Ras Proteins Further Ras Family Members: R
Ras, Ral and Rap Reception and Transmission of Multiple Signals by Ras Protein The Further Branches of the Ras Superfamily INTRACELLULAR SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION: THE PROTEIN CASCADES OF THE MAP KINASE PATHWAYS Organization and Components of MAPK Pathways Regulation of MAPK Pathways by Protein Phosphatases and Inhibitory Proteins Specificity in MAPK Activation and Organization in Multiprotein Complexes The Major MAPK Pathways of Mammals MEMBRANE RECEPTORS WITH ASSOCIATED TYROSINE KINASE ACTIVITY Cytokines and Cytokine Receptors The Jak
Stat Pathway T and B Cell Receptors (TCRs and BCRs) Signal Transduction via Integrins OTHER TRANSMEMBRANE RECEPTOR CLASSES: SIGNALING BY TGFß
RECEPTORS, TNF
RECEPTORS, TOLL
RECEPTORS AND NOTH TGFß Receptor and Smad Protein Singaling Receptor Regulation by Intramembrane Proteolysis: The Notch Receptor Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor (TNFR) Superfamily Toll
Like Receptor Signaling CELL CYCLE CONTROL BY EXTERNAL SIGNALING PATHWAYS Principles of Cell Cycle Control Key Elements of the Cell Cycle Apparatus Regulation of the Cell Cycle by Proteolysis G1 Progression and S Phase Entry Transit Through S
Phase and M
Phase The DNA Damage and DNA Replication Checkpoints MALFUNCTION OF SIGNALING PATHWAYS AND TUMORIGENESIS: ONCOGENES AND TUMOR SUPPRESSOR GENES Basic Characteristics of Tumor Cells Mutation in Cancer Cells Common Physiologic Changes in Tumor Cells: The Hallmarks of Cancer Signaling Proteins Mutated in Cancer: Oncogenes Tumor Suppressor Genes: General Functions The Tumor Suppressors Rb and ARF APOPTOSIS Overview of Apoptotic Pathways Caspases: Death by Proteolysis The Family of Bcl
2 Proteins: Gatekeepers of Apoptosis The Mitochondrial Pathway of Apoptosis Death Receptor
Triggered Apoptosis Links of Apoptosis to Cellular Signaling Pathways

- Regulation of Gene Expression

- Regulation of Enzyme Activity

- Function and Structure of Signaling Pathways

- Signal Transduction by Nuclear Receptors

- G-Protein-Coupled Signal Transmission Pathways

- Intracellular Messenger Substances: "Second Messengers"

- Ser/Thr-Specific Protein Kinases and Protein Phosphatases

- Signal Transmission via Transmembrane Receptors with Tyrosine-Specific Protein Kinase Activity

- Signal Transmission via Ras Proteins

- Intracellular Signal Transduction: Protein Kinase Cascades of MAP Kinase Pathways

- Membrane Receptors with Associated Tyrosine Kinase Activity

- Transmembrane Receptors with Intrinsic Ser/Thr-Kinase Activity and Signal Transduction in the "Two-Component Pathway"

- Regulation of the Cell Cycle

- Malfunction of Signaling Pathways and Tumorigenesis: Oncogenes and Tumor Suppressor Genes

- Apoptosis
Rezensionen
"In Biochemistry of Signal Transduction and Regulation hat Günther Krauss ein einzigartiges Werk über die biologische Signaltransduktion zusammen gestellt. (...) Die gerade erschienene dritte Auflage dieses Werkes befindet sich auf dem neusten Stand der Forschung. Sie erfüllt mit fundierten Einführungen und penibler Detailtreue die Ansprüche von Spezialisten, wie Wissenschaftlern angrenzender Gebiete, die sich in diese Materie enarbeiten möchten."

Laborjournal

"Es sei als ein handlicher, ausgezeichnet lesbarer, kluger Begleiter jedem Studenten, Dozenten und Wissenschaftler für den Weg durch den "Dschungel" der Signaltransduktion wärmstens empfohlen."

Wolf Henning Gebhardt, Student an der École Supérieure de Biotechnologie de Strasbourg

Uni-Online

Kommentiertes Vorlesungsverzeichnis der Fachschaft Biologie-, Chemie- und Ernährungswissenschaften der Universität Potsdam, Wintersemester 2004/2005