Ca2+ Fluxes and Regulation:
E. Carafoli, Membrane Transport of Calcium: An Overview. A. Complex Systems and Subcellular Fractions Involved in Ca2+ Regulation:
M. Endo and M. Lino, Measurement of Ca2+ Release in Skinned Fibers from Skeletal Muscle.
S. Seiler and S. Fleischer, Isolation and Characterization of Sarcolemmal Vesicles from Rabbit Fast Skeletal Muscle.
A. Chu, M.C. Dixon, A. Saito, S. Seiler, and S. Fleischer, Isolation of Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Fractions Referable to Longitudinal Tubules and Junctional Terminal Cisternae from Rabbit Skeletal Muscle.
B. Costello, C. Chadwick, and S. Fleischer, Isolation of the Junctional Face Membrane of Sarcoplasmic Reticulum.
R.D. Mitchell, P. Palade, A. Saito, and S. Fleischer, Isolation of Triads from Skeletal Muscle.
A.H. Caswell, N.R. Brandt, J.R. Brunschwig, and R.M. Kawamoto, Isolation of Transverse Tubule Membranes from Skeletal Muscle: Ion Transport Activity, Reformation of Triad Junctions, and Isolation of Junctional Spanning Protein of Triads.
L.R. Jones, Rapid Preparation of Canine Cardiac Sarcolemmal Vesicles by Sucrose Flotation.
B.K. Chamberlain and S. Fleischer, Isolation of Canine Cardiac Sarcoplasmic Reticulum.
M. Inui, S. Wang, A. Saito, and S. Fleischer, Junctional and Longitudinal Sarcoplasmic Reticulum of Heart Muscle.
M. Tada, M. Kadoma, M. Inui, and J. Fujii, Regulation of Ca2+-Pump from Cardiac Sarcoplasmic Reticulum.
B. Characterization of Ca2+-Pumps and Modulators from Various Sources:
G. Inesi, M. Kurzmack, and D. Lewis, Kinetic and Equilibrium Characterization of an Energy-Transducing Enzyme and Its Partial Reactions.
L. de Meis, Approaches to Studyi
The transport volumes of the Biomembranes series were initiated with Volumes 125 and 126 of Methods in Enzymology. These two volumes covered Transport in Bacteria, Mitochondria, and Chloroplasts. Volumes 156 and 157 cover ATP-Driven Pumps and Related Transport. The topic of biological membrane transport is a very timely one because a strong conceptual basis for its understanding now exists.
Biochemists, cell biologists, microbiologists, pharmacologists, biomedical scientists, biophysicists, analytical chemists, and physiologists.
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