This volume examines the role of intracellular calcium in the transmission of external chemical, physical and electrical stimuli to the interior of the cell and the role of calcium in the physiological and metabolic effects of such stimuli.
Table of Contents
The Role of Intracellular Calcium-Binding Proteins in Stimulus-Response Coupling. Chelex 100 Competitive Calcium Binding Assay as a Tool for Identifying Calcium Binding Proteins. Centrin: A Calcium-Binding Protein Associated with Centrosomes. The Contractile System in Non-Muscle Cells: Involvement of Actin and Actin-Binding Proteins. Calcium Vector Protein and Sarcoplasmic Calcium Binding Proteins from Invertebrate Muscle. Calcium-Binding Proteins in Squid Nervous Tissue. Vitamin D-Dependent Calcium-Binding Protein (Calbindin-D28K) in the Central Nervous System: Distribution and Functional Considerations. Sorcin, A Calcium-Binding Protein Overproduced in Many Multidrug-Resistant Cells. The Calcyclin Gene. The L1 Leukocyte Protein. S100 Related Proteins. Genetic Analysis of Calcium-Binding Proteins in Yeast. Torpedo Calelectrin and Related Mammalian Annexins. Calcium-Dependent Membrane-Binding Proteins as Potential Mediators of Stimulus-Secretion Coupling. Intestinal Ca2+/Lipid-Binding Proteins. Calpactins. Lipocortin-II Tetramer: A Calcium-Dependent Regulator of Actin Filament Bundling. Annexins and the Search for Function: An Immunological First Step. Ca2+-Dependent Phospholipid Binding 39 kDa Protein of Neutrophils with Special References to Stimulation Coupled Lipid-Protein Interaction. Calcium-Dependent Membrane Binding Proteins of the Mammary Gland. Lipocortins in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells. Isolation and Characterization of 67 kDa Calcimedin. Lymphocyte Calcium-Binding Proteins. 546 pp., 6 1/4 x 9 1/4, hardcover, 1990, ISBN 0-8493-8805-6.