By Christoph Scholtissek, B.M. Richards, R. Vendrely, C. Vendrely, D.P. Bloch

The box of nucleic acids has grown to any such tremendeous dimension that it really is very unlikely to incorporate all guides about the chemistry and organic position of nucleic acids in an editorial of the size offered during this "Volume. accordingly, it is important to pick an important contributions and people no longer integrated "in recognized experiences. in lots of situations reference is made in basic terms to the authors who summarized their really good box in chapters of the 3 volumes of "The Nucleic Acids" (edB. E. CHARGAFF and J. N. DAVIDSON, Acad. Press, long island 1955 and 19(0) or to the "Nucleic Acid Outlines" (V. R. POTTER, Burgess Publishing Comp. Minneapolis), the place additional literature and extra targeted discussions will be stumbled on. evidence and theories might be handled, yet now not lists of references. as a result it's not attainable to stick to in all circumstances the historic improvement of an concept and to admowledge all courses that may be very important and inter­ esting from one other perspective. little or no is pointed out approximately tools within the box of nucleic acids.

Show description

Read Online or Download Chemistry and Cytochemistry of Nucleic Acids and Nuclear Proteins PDF

Similar chemistry books

Reviews in Computational Chemistry, Volume 2

This moment quantity of the sequence 'Reviews in Computational Chemistry' explores new functions, new methodologies, and new views. the themes coated comprise conformational research, protein folding, strength box parameterizations, hydrogen bonding, cost distributions, electrostatic potentials, digital spectroscopy, molecular estate correlations, and the computational chemistry literature.

The Ebro River Basin

The Ebro is a standard Mediterranean river characterised via seasonal low flows and severe flush results, with vital agricultural and business job that has triggered heavy infection difficulties. This quantity bargains with soil-sediment-groundwater similar matters within the Ebro river basin and summarizes the implications generated in the eu Union-funded undertaking AquaTerra.

Biological Activities of Polymers

In accordance with a symposium subsidized via the department of natural Coatings and Plastics Chemistry on the 181st assembly of the yank Chemical Society, Atlanta, Ga. , Mar. 30-31, 1981. content material: views in bioactive polymers / Charles G. Gebelein and Charles E. Carraher, Jr. -- organic actions of metal-containing polymers / Charles E.

Extra info for Chemistry and Cytochemistry of Nucleic Acids and Nuclear Proteins

Example text

1963), GIERER (1963), and SPYRIDE, and LIPMANN (1962) have found complexes between messenger RNA's and several ribosomes in animal and bacterial cells (polysomes or ergosomes), which were the only structures for the incorporation of amino acids in an in vi t r 0 system. Similar complexes were found wi,th poliovirus RNA (PENMAN et al. 19(3). Although in thymus nuclei an RNA fr,action has been found with a base composition corresponding to the cell DNA (SIBATANI et al. 19(2), from the theoretical standpoint one should not expect 'such a correspondence in diff'erentiated cells with different functions of an organism.

16 b. 109-115. - - 1964: Behavior of virus-spezific activities in tissue cultures infected with myxoviruses after chemical changes of the viral ribonucleic acid. Virology 22, 169--176. - - P. HAUSEN, H. HAUSEN, and W. ScHAFER, 1%2: Comparative studies of RNA and protein synthesis with a myxovirus and a small polyhedral virus. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. BioI. 27, 245-257. J. H. SCHNEIDER, and V.

Un 19(0). This enzyme has been used in studies of sequence analysis (HERBERT et al. 1962 h) of transfer RNA. RNases of other specificities and properties have been isolated from several sources. For reviews see G. SCHMIDT (1955) and HEPPEL and RABINOWITZ (1958). b) Deoxyribonueleases Two different kinds of DNases were found in nature. mono· and oligonucleotides. The second one (DNase II) has an acid pH-optimum and does not require divalent cations; 3'·mono- and oligonucleotides are formed. Both enzymes do not distinguish in general between pyrimidine and purine bases.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.27 of 5 – based on 14 votes