Applications in Biology and Biochemistry
- A.J. Hoff, Department of Biophysics, State University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands
This new book provides an up-to-date survey of existing EPR techniques and their applications in biology and biochemistry, and also provides a wealth of ideas for future developments in instrumentation and theory. The material is broadly organized into four parts. In the first part (chapters 1 to 6) pulsed EPR is discussed in detail. The second part (chapters 7 to 12) provides detailed discussions of a number of novel and experimental methods. The third part comprises seven chapters on double-resonance techniques, five on ENDOR and two on optically- and reaction yield-detected resonance. The final part is devoted to a thorough discussion of a number of new developments in the application of EPR to various biological and biochemical problems.Advanced EPR will interest biophysicists, physical biochemists, EPR spectroscopists and others who will value the extensive treatment of pulsed EPR techniques, the discussion of new developments in EPR instrumentation, and the integration of theory and experimental details as applied to problems in biology and biochemistry.View full description
- Published: September 1989
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISBN: 978-0-444-88050-5
The editor has done an excellent job. The book is strongly recommended for any research group seriously involved in the application of modern e.p.r. methods in biology or medicine.
P.F. Knowles, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
...the book will be valuable for several years to come and the Editor is to be congratulated on his timely venture. I urge all people who claim to be active in EPR to study it.N.M. Atherton, Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry
Table of Contents1. ESEEM and LEFE of Metalloproteins and Model Compounds (W.B. Mims, J. Peisach). 2. ESEEM of Disordered Systems: Theory and Applications (S.A. Dikanov, A.V. Astashkin). 3. Multifrequency ESEEM: Perspectives and Applications (D.J. Singel). 4. Resolution Enhancement in Time Domain Analysis of ESEEM (R. de Beer, D. van Ormondt). 5. Two Dimensional and Fourier Transform EPR (J. Gorcester et al.). 6. Pulsed EPR on Disordered Systems: Novel Experimental Schemes (A. Schweiger). 7. Looped Gas Resonators (J.S. Hyde, W. Froncisz). 8. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance at 1 Millimeter Wavelengths (D.E. Budil et al.). 9. Observation of EPR Lines Using Temperature Modulation (G. Feher et al.). 10. Time-Resolved EPR (K.A. McLauchlan). 11. Transient EPR-Spectroscopy of Photoinduced Electronic Spin States in Rigid Matrices (D. Stehlik et al.). 12. Analysis of Polarized Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectra (P.J. Hore). 13. Liquid-State ENDOR and Triple Resonance (K. Möbius et al.). 14. Heme-globin Interactions in Nitrosyl-ligated Hemoglobin as Probed by ENDOR Spectroscopy (R. Kappl, J. Hütterman). 15. Electron Nuclear Double Resonance (ENDOR) of Metalloenzymes (B.M. Hoffman et al.). 16. ENDOR Amplitude Spectroscopy (M. Brustolon, U. Segre). 17. Pulsed ENDOR (K.-P. Dinse). 18. Optically-Detected Magnetic Resonance of Triplet States (A.J. Hoff). 19. RYDMR - Theory and Applications (W. Lersch, M.E. Michel-Beyerle). 20. Spin Label Studies of the Structure and Dynamics of Lipids and Proteins in Membranes (D. Marsh, L.I. Horváth). 21. Measurements of the Concentration of Oxygen in Biological Systems Using EPR Techniques (H.M. Swartz, J.F. Glockner). 22. g-Strain: Inhomogeneous Broadening in Metalloprotein EPR (W.R. Hagen). 23. EPR of Iron-Sulfur and Mixed-Metal Clusters in Proteins (I. Moura et al.). 24. EPR Spectroscopy of Manganese Enzymes (G.W. Brudvig). 25. EPR Spectra of Active Sites in Copper Proteins (E.I. Solomon et al.). Subject Index.