Membrane-active complexones

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Complex compounds., Membranes (Biology), Macromolecules., Organic cyclic compounds., Alkali me
Statementby Yu. A. Ovchinnikov, V. T. Ivanov, and A. M. Shkrob.
SeriesB.B.A. library ;, v. 12
ContributionsIvanov, Vadim Tikhonovich, joint author., Shkrob, A. M. joint author.
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LC ClassificationsQP801.C75 O913
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 464 p. :
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Open LibraryOL5436740M
ISBN 100444411593
LC Control Number73085226

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Its objects of study are membrane-active complexones (see Ovchinnikov et al., b and references therein), often called ionophores because of their ability to bind metal ions in solution and to transport them in one or the other stage of the transmembrane ion transporting process.

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Ovchinnikov. Thus, replacing the hydroxy acid residues in valinomycin by proline residues had resulted in a membrane-active complexone that acts by a different and not previously observed ion transport mechanism.

In order to explore this novel mechanism further, four cyclopeptides related to Cited by: These two books together with two recent reviews by the same author (Cell, 4, ) will convert the willing reader to quite an armchair expert in modern eucaryotic molecular biology.

Chesterton Membrane-Active Complexones BBA Library Volume 12 by Yu. Summary. Certain streptogramin antibiotics of the B group strongly interact with membranes, a fact that was hitherto unknown. According to electrical measurements on phospholipid bilayer membranes the peptide-lactone virginiamycin S facilitates the transport of protons, alkali ions, and alkaline earth ions across these membranes, thus acting as a general cation by: 4.

Part of the Proceedings in Life Sciences book series (LIFE SCIENCES) Extensive reviews by Ovchinnikov et al. () as well as by Koryta () provide clear evidence that certain lipophilic, electrically neutral compounds exhibit cation transport properties in liquid by: 4.

The reaction mechanism of the potassium ion transfer from aqueous to nitrobenzene phases, which is facilitated by valinomycin present in the organic phase, was elucidated by polarography at the ascending water electrode and chronopotentiometry at the stationary water by: You can write a book review and share your experiences.

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chemistry and biological function. FEBS Letters44 (1), DOI: /(74) D. Balasubramanian, B.C. Misra. Relative affinities of alkali metal ions to the ligands in by:   4. Ovchinnikov, Y. A., Ivanov, V. & Shkrob, A. Membrane-active Complexones, BBA Library Vol. 12 (Elsevier, New York, ). Google ScholarCited by: PDF | On Jan 1,W INGLEDEW and others published Structure and function of energy-transducing membranesEdited by K.

Van Dam and B. Van Gelder. (BBA Library, Vol. 14) Pp. Elsevier. Highly Efficient and Selective Transport of Au(III) through a Bulk Liquid Membrane using Potassium-dicyclohexylcrown-6 as Carrier Article in Separation Science and Technology 43() Both membrane-active complexones seem rather primitive representatives of the nigericin family, but lenoremycin offers a more sophisticated topography, the extra side-ring possessing probably a.

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This list may not reflect recent changes (). Membrane Active Complexones Vol 12 by Y A Ovchinnikov V T Ivanov and A M Shkrob Hardcover by Etc Y.A. Ovchinnikov, Aleksandr Moiseevich Shkrob, Vadim Tikhonovich Ivanov, I︠u︡riĭ Anatolʹevich Ovchinnikov, Ëiìu A. Ovchinnikov, Iu A. Ovchinnikov Hardcover, Pages, Published by Elsevier ISBNISBN: Description: xii, p.

illus. Language: English ISBN:LCCN: MeSH: Cell Membrane Permeability/drug effects*; Chelating Agents/pharmacology* Notes: Translation of Membranno-aktivnye komleksony.

NLM ID: [Book]. Conductometric studies of thermodynamics of complexation of Li+, Na+ and K+ ions with 4′,4″(5″)-di-tert-butyldibenzocrown-6 in binary acetonitrile–nitromethane mixtures.

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The interaction of Li + with model compounds (ethers, amides, and a thioether) of interest as building blocks in ionophores is studied by performing ab initio SCF–LCAO–MO calculations in sufficient numbers so as to be able to scan the potential energy hypersurface for the lithium ion in the field of the model compound.

As previously reported for the case of Na +, atom pair potentials are Cited by: Bioassay guided fractionation of the organic extracts obtained from cultures of several bacteria strains from the marine environment led to the isolation of twelve new and nine previously described secondary metabolites.

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The structures of these metabolites were determined by extensive chemical and spectroscopic analysis. Stable isotope incorporation experiments were also performed using one of Author: Jeffery M.

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