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Current Topics in Biochemical Research   Volumes
Current Topics in Biochemical Research
Volume 16
Published in 2014
This is a complementary issue - Complimentary
Table of Contents
1 Calponin: A mechanical tension-modulated regulator of cytoskeleton and cell motility
Pages  1 -  15
Rong Liu, J.-P. Jin
Abstract | PDF
2 Evolutionary adaptation of the GIY-YIG domain for specific DNA binding in I-CreII
Original Communication
Pages  17 -  28
Weihua Qiu, Youzhong Guo, David L. Herrin
Abstract | PDF
3 Cellular functions and mechanisms of GPCR-mediated chemotaxis
Pages  29 -  39
Xuehua Xu, Tian Jin
Abstract | PDF
4 Diversified roles of p67/MetAP2 as a regulator of cell growth and differentiation, in tumor suppression, and in obesity
Pages  41 -  52
Bansidhar Datta
Abstract | PDF
5 Molecular chaperones: Ubiquitous proteins with great diversity of function in health and disease
Pages  53 -  65
Paul R. Johnson, Parag P. Shah, Michelle T. Barati, Evelyne Gozal, Madhavi J. Rane
Abstract | PDF
6 Assessing the contribution of coevolving residues to the stability of proteins by computational means
Pages  67 -  79
Domenico L. Gatti
Abstract | PDF
7 Long noncoding RNAs and their expanding roles in cancer
Pages  81 -  95
Edward J. Richards, Jin Q. Cheng
Abstract | PDF
8 Characterization of a non-replicative DNA polymerase III (DNA pol E) from thermophilic Geobacillus kaustophilus HTA
Original Communication
Pages  97 -  107
Cemal Sendalli, Kamalendra Singh, Mukund J. Modak
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