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By Nejat Duzgunes (Eds.)

The significantly acclaimed laboratory normal, Methods in Enzymology, is among the such a lot hugely revered guides within the box of biochemistry. considering the fact that 1955, each one quantity has been eagerly awaited, usually consulted, and praised by means of researchers and reviewers alike. The sequence includes a lot fabric nonetheless correct today--truly an important booklet for researchers in all fields of existence sciences.

* significant themes lined include:
* Cell-cell fusion mediated through viruses and viral proteins
* Conformational adjustments of proteins in the course of membrane fusion
* Membrane fusion in the course of exocytosis
* Intracellular membrane fusion
* Membrane fusion in fertilization
* creation of macromolecules into cells through membrane fusion
* Protoplast fusion

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Popovi~,M. Sarngadharan,E. Read, and R. C. Gallo,Science 224, 497 (1984). 12M. Mackett,G. L. Smith,and B. Moss, in "DNA Cloning"(D. M. ), Vol. 2, p. 191. IRL Press, Oxford, 1985. ~3p. Earl and B. Moss, in "CurrentProtocolsin MolecularBiology"(F. M. ), Vol. 2, suppl. 15, pp. 16. Wiley,New York. 14 VIRUS AND VIRAL PROTEIN MEDIATED CELL-CELL FUSION [2] control of a bacteriophage T7 promoter is constructed. ~4 Expression of CD4 is achieved on coinfection of cells with the latter virus, as well as a second recombinant vaccinia virus that contains the bacteriophage T7 RNA polymerase gene under control of a vaccinia virus promoter.

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