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Calcium inhibits GTP-binding proteins in squid photoreceptors

Calcium inhibits GTP-binding proteins in squid photoreceptors
Calcium inhibits GTP-binding proteins in squid photoreceptors
A NATO Advanced study Institute on "Receptors, Membrane Trans­ port and Signal Transduction", was held on the Island of Spet­ sai, Greece, from August 16-27, 1988, in order to consider re­ cent developments in membrane receptor research, membrane trans­ port and signal transduction mechanisms. These topics were put in the larger context of current knowledge on the structure and function of membranes; connections between different fields of research were established by in-depth dis­ cussions of energy transduction and transport mechanisms. The general principles of regulation by signal transduction and protein phosphorylation/dephosphorylation were presented in the context of specific cellular processes. Discussions included al­ so the role of protein tyrosine kinases which are structurally related to oncogene products and, therefore, implicated in va­ rious aspects of cell development and transformation. This book presents the content of the major lectures and a se­ lection of the most relevant posters presented during the course of the Institute. The book is intended to make the proceedings of the Institute accessible to a larger audience and to offer a comprehensive account of those topics on receptors, membrane transport and signal transduction that were discussed extensive­ ly during the course of the Institute.
76-86
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
Baverstock, Jenny
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Sailbil, Helen
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Fyles, Julie
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Baverstock, Jenny
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Sailbil, Helen
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Baverstock, Jenny, Sailbil, Helen and Fyles, Julie (1989) Calcium inhibits GTP-binding proteins in squid photoreceptors. In, NATO ASI Series 29: Receptors, Membrane Transport and Signal Transduction. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 76-86.

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A NATO Advanced study Institute on "Receptors, Membrane Trans­ port and Signal Transduction", was held on the Island of Spet­ sai, Greece, from August 16-27, 1988, in order to consider re­ cent developments in membrane receptor research, membrane trans­ port and signal transduction mechanisms. These topics were put in the larger context of current knowledge on the structure and function of membranes; connections between different fields of research were established by in-depth dis­ cussions of energy transduction and transport mechanisms. The general principles of regulation by signal transduction and protein phosphorylation/dephosphorylation were presented in the context of specific cellular processes. Discussions included al­ so the role of protein tyrosine kinases which are structurally related to oncogene products and, therefore, implicated in va­ rious aspects of cell development and transformation. This book presents the content of the major lectures and a se­ lection of the most relevant posters presented during the course of the Institute. The book is intended to make the proceedings of the Institute accessible to a larger audience and to offer a comprehensive account of those topics on receptors, membrane transport and signal transduction that were discussed extensive­ ly during the course of the Institute.

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Accepted/In Press date: 1989
Published date: 1989

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Local EPrints ID: 455683
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/455683
PURE UUID: 2b988d85-5346-473d-84ed-d60188f1c9c9
ORCID for Jenny Baverstock: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-1777-2894

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Author: Helen Sailbil
Author: Julie Fyles

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