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  • Author:
    Ernesto Quagliariello,Ferdinando Palmieri
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Molecular Mechanisms Of Transport book. The Proceedings of the 22nd Symposium of the Bari Meetings provides a comprehensive and timely record of the biochemical aspects of biomembrane transport

Molecular Mechanisms Of Transport book. The Proceedings of the 22nd Symposium of the Bari Meetings provides a comprehensive and timely record of the biochemical aspects of biomembrane transport. The vast field of biomembrane transport has made great strides towards the understanding of its mechanisms by the molecular approach.

The Proceedings of the 22nd Symposium of the Bari Meetings provides a comprehensive and timely record of the biochemical aspects of biomembrane transport

The Proceedings of the 22nd Symposium of the Bari Meetings provides a comprehensive and timely record of the biochemical aspects of biomembrane transport.

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The Proceedings of the 22nd Symposium of the "Bari Meetings" provides a comprehensive and timely record of the biochemical aspects of biomembrane transport. The vast field of biomembrane transport has made great strides towards the understanding of its mechanisms by the molecular approach. This book collects papers by young members of the biochemical community, concentrating on this specific aspect of biomembrane transport and comprising the most recent results in the area. More transport systems are being defined in terms of their catalysts, pumping systems and carriers. Further, the description of transport has advanced to describe its regulation, control and mechanisms by which energy drives transport. Transport systems in a variety of membranes such as cell membranes, mitochondria and bacteria are discussed. Thus, this volume describes major achievements and new openings of interest to scientists from a variety of fields involving biological transport.