Biochemistry of Sensory Functions by S. L. Bonting, F. J. M. Daemen (auth.), Professor Dr. L.

By S. L. Bonting, F. J. M. Daemen (auth.), Professor Dr. L. Jaenicke (eds.)

This quantity comprises the court cases of the twenty fifth Mosbach Colloquium, the final topic of that's the Biochemistry of Sensory features. It used to be meant, carrying on with the silver-tradition of those Colloquia, to supply the uninitiated biochemist with an perception into the present prestige of a line of analysis in Molecular Biology which, greater than many different fields in Biochemistry, has maintained its contacts with and recognize for body structure. The audio system have been requested to try to stipulate their subject sufficiently to outline the basics and to accumulate upon this foundation the extra subtle information in their personal stories. it really is for the reader to judge how good either organizer and individuals 1 have attained this finish • those complaints not just replicate the hubs round which a number of teams of scientists wheel yet can also function a resource of literature references and for the complex scholar as an advent to this hugely up to date department of Biochemistry, even though no index is supplied because the desk of con­ tents is taken into account adequate to find many of the s,

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05 32 H. LANGER: Aktivitaten von ATPasen im Fliegenauge wird durch die neuesten Be£unde von K. M. WEBER [4, 5] bestarkt: Er konnte sowohl histochemisch als auch durch Zellfraktionierung nachweisen, daB diese ATPase hauptsachlich in den Rhabdomen lokalisiert ist, also den TeHen der Ommatidien, in denen der PrimarprozeB des Sehens ablauft. Literatur 1. : Studies on sodium-potas- 2. 3. 4. 5. sium·activated adenosinetriphosphatase. I. Quantitative distribution in several tissues of the cat. Arch. Biochem.

Curve 1 is the absorption spectrum of a solution that had been stored seven months at _15 0 C, during which time Amax moved from 500 to 475 nm. Within 2 min of the addition of cysteine, Amax shifted to 491 nm (Curve 2) and after half an hour to 496 nm (Curve 3), nearly all the way to its position in fresh solutions. Similar effects are observed when cysteine is added to less old preparations in which Amax has shifted less. We have not been able to 0 R. HUBBARD and L. 48 SPERLING reproduce the effect of ageing by means of oxidizing agents, such as oxygen, copper sulfate or ferricyanide.

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