By Stefan Hohmann
Aquaporins summarizes the current wisdom during this increasing box of study, beginning with the structural research of water channel proteins. next chapters commence with mammalian aquaporins, studying body structure and pathophysiology, research of knock-out version animals, and the rules of aquaporin functionality. additionally lined is the distribution and rules of aquaporins in crops and the functionality of water and glycerol channels in microbial structures. Key positive factors* finished remedy of a topical study box* Authored by means of international leaders within the box* Covers structural biology and body structure* Covers assorted experimental and organic structures* Chapters on plant and microbial platforms* wide therapy of mammalian body structure and pathophysiology* Structural research excellently illustrated
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