DescriptionUsing a multidisciplinary approach, it features contributions and discussions of the latest research from leading scientists working on all aspects of GTPase activity. Covers all known members of the important superfamily of enzymes--the GTPases. Considers numerous key cellular functions and how they are regulated by GTPases. Also describes various regulatory proteins that modulate GTPase activity.
Elongation Factors in Protein Synthesis (B. Kraal, et al.).
Identification of ras Targets Using a Genetic Approach (U. Gaul, et al.).
Regulators of Small GTPases (Y. Takai, et al.).
Dynamin, a GTPase Involved in the Initial Stages of Endocytosis (R. Vallee, et al.).
Mx Proteins: GTPases Involved in the Interferon-Induced Antiviral State (J. Pavlovic, et al.).
Should the Tubulins Be Members of the GTPase Superfamily?
(R. Burns, et al.).