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The Resource Mechanisms of Functional Expression of Molecular Machines

Mechanisms of Functional Expression of Molecular Machines

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Mechanisms of Functional Expression of Molecular Machines
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Mechanisms of Functional Expression of Molecular Machines
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Mechanisms of Functional Expression of Molecular Machines
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  • Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- References -- 2 Importance of{u202F}Translational, Configurational Entropy of{u202F}Water -- Abstract -- 2.1 Biological Self-assembly Processes -- 2.2 Biological Ordering Processes -- 2.3 Entropic Excluded-Volume Effect -- 2.4 Basic Concept of{u202F}Entropically Driven Self-assembly Processes -- 2.5 Integral Equation Theory -- 2.6 Morphometric Approach for{u202F}a Complexly Shaped Solute -- 2.7 Solvent Crowding -- 2.8 Protein Folding -- 2.9 Pressure and{u202F}Cold Denaturating of{u202F}a Protein -- 2.10 Modeling Water as{u202F}Neutral Hard Spheres with{u202F}no Soft Interaction Potentials -- 2.11 Roles of{u202F}Potential of{u202F}Mean Force in{u202F}Ordering Processes -- 2.12 Entropic Potential or Force -- References -- 3 Molecular Machines -- Abstract -- 3.1 Proteins and{u202F}Protein Complexes Utilizing ATP Hydrolysis Cycle and{u202F}Proton Motive Force -- 3.2 Unidirectional Movement of{u202F}Myosin Head (S1) Along F-Actin -- 3.2.1 Summary of{u202F}Experimental Observations -- 3.2.2 Model and{u202F}Theory -- 3.2.3 Summary of{u202F}Theoretical Results -- 3.2.4 Physical Picture of{u202F}the Unidirectional Movement -- 3.2.5 Is the Prevailing View Correct? -- 3.3 Insertion and{u202F}Release of{u202F}a Solute into{u202F}and from{u202F}a Biopolymer Complex: Chaperonin GroEL -- 3.3.1 Model and{u202F}Theory -- 3.3.2 Entropic Insertion of{u202F}a Solute into{u202F}a Vessel -- 3.3.3 Release of{u202F}a Solute from{u202F}a Vessel: Switch from{u202F}Insertion to{u202F}Release -- 3.3.4 Roles of{u202F}GroES as{u202F}a Lid -- 3.3.5 Mechanism Through Which a Chaperonin Works -- 3.3.6 Dynamics of{u202F}InsertionRelease Process -- 3.4 Transport of{u202F}Diverse Substrates Across Membrane by{u202F}an ABC Transporter -- 3.4.1 Model and{u202F}Theory -- 3.4.2 Entropic Release of{u202F}a Solute from{u202F}a Vessel -- 3.4.3 Multidrug Efflux -- 3.5 Rotation of{u202F}Central Subunit Within F1-ATPase -- 3.5.1 Summary of{u202F}Experimental Observations -- 3.5.2 Model and{u202F}Theory -- 3.5.3 Nonuniform Packing Efficiency in{u202F}F1-ATPase
  • 3.5.4 Physical Picture of{u202F}Rotational Mechanism -- 3.5.5 Effect of{u202F}Direct Interaction Between Subunits -- 3.6 Functional Rotation of{u202F}AcrB -- 3.6.1 Conformational Change of{u202F}AcrB During One Cycle -- 3.6.2 Model and{u202F}Theory -- 3.6.3 Nonuniform Packing Efficiency in{u202F}AcrB -- 3.6.4 Conformational Reorganization Induced by{u202F}Proton Binding or Dissociation -- 3.6.5 Physical Picture of{u202F}Functional-Rotation Mechanism -- 3.6.6 Significance of{u202F}Trimer Formation -- 3.6.7 Comparison Between AcrB and{u202F}F1-ATPase -- References -- 4 Concluding Remarks: Mechanism of{u202F}Functional Expression Common in{u202F}the Molecular Machines -- Abstract -- 4.1 Characteristics Common in{u202F}ATP-Driven Proteins and{u202F}Protein Complexes -- 4.2 Roles of{u202F}ATP Hydrolysis Cycle and{u202F}Proton Motive Force -- 4.3 Self-assembly and{u202F}Ordering Processes -- 4.4 Rotation of{u202F}Central Subunit Within F1-ATPase in{u202F}Opposite Direction -- 4.5 Movement of{u202F}Myosin Head (S1) Along F-Actin -- 4.6 Changes in{u202F}Thermodynamic Quantities upon Self-assembly Processes Measured in{u202F}Experiments -- 4.7 Correct Interpretation of{u202F}Hydrophobic Effect -- 4.8 Life and{u202F}Translational, Configurational Entropy of{u202F}Water -- References
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