This title includes a number of Open Access chapters.
Advances in biochemistry directly influence medicine and the field of human health. The field of biochemistry is constantly changing with new discoveries being made all the time. This new book covers a range of advances in the field of biochemistry, including new research techniques and methods, a classification system, new research, and more.
Table of Contents
Biochemical Characterization of Bovine Plasma Thrombin-Activatable Fibrinolysis Inhibitor (TAFI)
Ion Uptake Determination of Dendrochronologically-Dated Trees Using Neutron Activation Analysis: Progress Reports 1 3
A Novel Method for Screening the Glutathione Transferase Inhibitors
Role of the UPS in Liddle Syndrome
A Novel Mechanism in Regulating the Alpha-Subunit of the Epithelial Sodium Channel (ENaC) by the Alternatively Spliced Form ENaC-b
A Novel Human NatA N -Terminal Acetyltransferase Complex: hNaa16p-hNaa10p (hNat2-hArd1)
Biochemical Characterization and Cellular Imaging of a Novel, Membrane Permeable Fluorescent Camp Analog
Fast Benchtop Fabrication of Laminar Flow Chambers for Advanced Microscopy Techniques
A New Classification System for Bacterial Rieske Non-Heme Iron Aromatic Ring-Hydroxylating Oxygenases
The Camp-HMGA1-RBP4 System: A Novel Biochemical Pathway for Modulating Glucose Homeostasis
Advances in Parasite Genomics: From Sequences to Regulatory Networks
XML-Based Approaches for the Integration of Heterogeneous Bio-Molecular Data
Dr. Harold H. Trimm was born in 1955 in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Trimm is the chairman of the Chemistry Department at Broome Community College in Binghamton, New York. In addition, he is an Adjunct Analytical Professor, Binghamton University, State University of New York, Binghamton, New York.
He received his PhD in chemistry, with a minor in biology, from Clarkson University in 1981 for his work on fast reaction kinetics of biologically important molecules. He then went on to Brunel University in England for a postdoctoral research fellowship in biophysics, where he studied the molecules involved with arthritis by electroptics. He recently authored a textbook on forensic science titled Forensics the Easy Way (2005).
William Hunter III lives in Houghton, New York. He holds a master's degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a specific focus in ecology and evolution. He has done extensive research in the fields of limnology and the effect of water quality on aquatic life, and he is in the midst of project funded by the National Science Foundation researching the effects of a new sewer project on the water chemistry and aquatic life of Cuba Lake. A longtime science-lover, he has worked for Ward s Natural Science Inc., to create new biology, chemistry, and environmental science products to serve the science education community. He currently shares his interest in biology and chemistry with his New York state students to help build another generation of scientists