J. Frank, M. Radermacher, T. Wagenknecht, and A. Verschoor, Studying Ribosome Structure by Electron Microscopy and Computer-Image Processing.
G. Harauz, E. Boekema, and M. van Heel, Statistical Image Analysis of Electron Micrographs of Ribosomal Subunits.
M. Boublik, G.T. Oostergetel, V. Mandiyan, J.F. Hainfeld, and J.S. Wall, Structural Analysis of Ribosomes by Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy.
G. Stvffler, B. Redl, J. Walleczek, and M. Stvffler-Meilicke, Identification of Protein-Protein Cross-Links within the Escherichia coli Ribosome by Immunoblotting Techniques.
I.N. Shatsky and V.D. Vasiliev, Electron Microscopy Studies of Ribosomal RNA.
Other Biophysical Methods:
A. Yonath and H.G. Wittmann, Crystallographic and Image Reconstruction Studies on Ribosomal Particles from Bacterial Sources.
M.S. Capel and V. Ramakrishnan, Neutron-Scattering Topography of Proteins of the Small Ribosomal Subunit.
P. Nowotny, V. Nowotny, H. Voss, and K.H. Nierhaus, Preparation and Activity Measurements of Deuterated 50S Subunits for Neutron-Scattering Analysis.
V.N. Bushuev and A.T. Gudkov, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Techniques for Studying Structure and Function of Ribosomes.
P.B. Moore, S. Abo, B. Freeborn, D.T. Gewirth, N.B. Leontis, and G. Sun, Preparation of 5S RNA-Related Materials for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Crystallography Studies.
O.W. Odom, H.-Y. Deng, and B. Hardesty, Fluorescence Labeling and Isolation of Labeled RNA and Ribosomal Proteins.
P.H. van Knippenberg and H.A. Heus, Isolation and Characterization of Colicin Fragments of Bacterial 16S Ribosomal RNA.
This volume includes a variety of methods involving electron microscopy and other biophysical methods, such as crystallography, neutron scattering, and NMR procedures for the analysis of protein-RNA or RNA-RNA interactions by cross-linking, the use of chemical, enzymatic, and immunological probes, as well as functional and genetic approaches for the study of this nucleoprotein. These methodologies will contribute to the progress toward the elucidation of the structure, function, and regulatory processes that affect this most important complex cellular component, the ribosome.
Biochemists, microbiologists, cell and molecular biologists, biophysicists, geneticists.
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- 28th December 1988
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University of California, Santa Cruz, U.S.A.
Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, University of California, Irvine, California, U.S.A.
California Institute of Technology, Division of Biology, Pasadena, U.S.A.
The Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA, USA