Calmodulin and Signal Transduction

by Linda J. Van Eldik,

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  • 0080926363
  • 9780127138602
  • 9780080926360
Calmodulin and Signal Transduction focuses on emerging themes in the molecular mechanisms of calcium signal transduction through calmodulin-regulated pathways. It provides the reader with selected examples and experimental precedents that underlie current models of cell regulation through calmodulin-regulated pathways and their linkage with other regulatory pathways.
  • Molecular mechanisms of calcium signal transduction through calmodulin-regulated enzymes
  • Selected case studies and precedents related to molecular mechanisms
  • Protein-protein recognition between calmodulin and the enzymes it regulates
  • Cross-talk and interdigitation with other signal transduction pathways
  • Elsevier Science; December 2012
  • ISBN 9780080926360
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  • Title: Calmodulin and Signal Transduction
  • Author: Linda J. Van Eldik (ed.); D. Martin Watterson (ed.)
  • Imprint: Academic Press
Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 0080926363
  • 9780127138602
  • 9780080926360

In The Press

"...it can be heartily recommended for new investigators entering the field. The volume is an admirable resources and it deserves to be highly successful." --TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY

"...this is the first time that an attempt has been made to provide the readers with a more extended background with selected examples and experimental procedures underlying the current models of this regulatory mechanisms, all of the highest interest... All the papers have been masterly presented, clearly written and are of a rich content where any of us will discover many interesting aspects, so that all cellular and molecular biologists will be interested at the first degree in such presentations." --CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

"This is an exceptional discussion of calmodulin and the signaling events it mediates. In particular, the text excels in coverage of calmodulin-regulated protein kinases." --DOODY'S PUBLISHING REVIEWS