Phosphagen Kinases discusses phosphagen kinases and their substrates, and demonstrates that the role of the phosphagen-phosphagen kinase system is not limited to energy depositing functions. The book is unique in its complex biological, chemical, and physiological coverage of the family of related enzymes and phosphagen kinases. This book also emphasizes creatine and arginine kinases in the evolution of phosphagen kinases and provides information regarding biosynthesis, structure, physico-chemical properties, catalytic mechanisms and the regulation of the enzymes. Other topics discussed include heterogeneity; intracellular localization; and developmental, physiological, and pathological changes of creatine kinase. Researchers and students specializing in biochemistry, enzymology, zoology, developmental biology, physiology, and medicine will find the book to be an invaluable source of information.... specifications made during investigation of creatine kinase from skeletal muscle of the eastern grey kangaroo, aquot; noting ... equilibrium (quasiequilibrium) mechanism may be represented as a diagram or a rapid-equilibrium grapha into whichanbsp;...
|Author||:||S. N. Lyzlova, V. E. Stefanov|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1990-12-07|