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Title Electrochemical processes in biological systems / edited by Andrzej Lewenstam, Lo Gorton.
Imprint Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, 2015.

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Description 1 online resource
Series Wiley series on electrocatalysis and electrochemistry
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
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Subject Bioenergetics.
Ion exchange.
Energy Metabolism.
Ion Exchange.
Electrophysiological Phenomena.
Electrochemistry.
Biological Transport, Active.
Contents ""TITLE PAGE""; ""TABLE OF CONTENTS""; ""CONTRIBUTORS""; ""PREFACE""; ""1 MODELING OF RELATIONS BETWEEN IONIC FLUXES AND MEMBRANE POTENTIAL IN ARTIFICIAL MEMBRANES""; ""1.1 INTRODUCTORY CONSIDERATIONS""; ""1.2 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS CONCERNING MEMBRANE POTENTIALS AND TRANSFER OF IONIC SPECIES""; ""1.3 POTENTIALS AND ION TRANSPORT IN ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODES MEMBRANES""; ""1.4 SUMMARY""; ""REFERENCES""; ""2 TRANSMEMBRANE ION FLUXES FOR LOWERING DETECTION LIMIT OF ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODES""; ""2.1 INTRODUCTION""; ""2.2 DEFINITION OF THE DL""; ""2.3 SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION OF THE DL""
""2.4 THEORETICAL DESCRIPTION OF DL""""2.5 MODEL COMPARISON""; ""2.6 INVERSE PROBLEM""; ""2.7 IONS OF DIFFERENT CHARGES""; ""2.8 SUMMARY""; ""REFERENCES""; ""3 ION TRANSPORT AND (SELECTED) ION CHANNELS IN BIOLOGICAL MEMBRANES IN HEALTH AND PATHOLOGY""; ""3.1 ION CHANNELS: STRUCTURE, FUNCTION, AND METHODS OF STUDY""; ""3.2 ION CHANNELS IN HEALTH AND PATHOLOGY""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; ""REFERENCES""; ""4 ELECTRICAL COUPLING THROUGH GAP JUNCTIONS BETWEEN ELECTRICALLY EXCITABLE CELLS""; ""4.1 MOLECULAR CHARACTERISTICS OF GAP JUNCTIONS""; ""4.2 DISTRIBUTION OF GJS IN THE BRAIN""
""4.3 ELECTRICAL SIGNALING THROUGH GJS""""4.4 ROLES OF GJ-MEDIATED ELECTRICAL SIGNALING IN BRAIN FUNCTION""; ""4.5 PLASTICITY AND MODULATION OF GAP JUNCTIONAL COUPLING""; ""4.6 CLINICAL RELEVANCE""; ""4.7 CONCLUDING REMARKS""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; ""REFERENCES""; ""5 ENZYME FILM ELECTROCHEMISTRY""; ""5.1 INTRODUCTION""; ""5.2 THE FILM ELECTROCHEMISTRY EXPERIMENT""; ""5.3 ENZYME FILM ELECTROCHEMISTRY: THE BASICS""; ""5.4 MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF ENZYME ACTIVITY""; ""5.5 NONTURNOVER SIGNALS""; ""5.6 CONCLUSION""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; ""REFERENCES""
""6 PLANT PHOTOSYSTEM II AS AN EXAMPLE OF A NATURAL PHOTOVOLTAIC DEVICE""""6.1 INTRODUCTORY REMARKS ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS""; ""6.2 PHOTOSYNTHETIC EXCITATION ENERGY TRANSFER""; ""6.3 PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON AND PROTON TRANSPORT""; ""6.4 PERSPECTIVES OF BIOMIMETIC APPLICATIONS""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; ""REFERENCES""; ""7 ELECTROCHEMICAL ACTIVATION OF CYTOCHROME P450""; ""7.1 INTRODUCTION""; ""7.2 HOMOGENEOUS SYSTEMS: SMALL-MOLECULE ELECTROCHEMICAL MEDIATORS""; ""7.3 HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEMS: SURFACE-CONFINED P450 FILMS""; ""7.4 THOUGHTS ABOUT THE FUTURE OF P450 ELECTROCHEMISTRY""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""
Summary The first book to provdie a comprehensive look at bioenergetics, the energy flow in living systems, by studying ion exchange and electron transfer processes in biological membranes and artificial bio-films, and how these processes contribute to developing modern biosensor and ion-sensor technology, as well as biofuel cells.
Other Author Lewenstam, Andrzej.
Gorton, L. (Lo)
Other Title Print version: Electrochemical processes in biological systems. Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, 2015 9780470578452