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`The heterogeneity of topics...is very ambitious, and the result is, overall, successful because of the high quality of the individual contributions....highly recommended.' -American Scientist, from a review of a previous volume Volume 26 examines the emerging areas of signal transduction based on myoinositol phosphates and Ca2+ while focusing on plant and animal responses. Chapters explore synthesis, separation, and identification of different inositol phosphates.
History of Phosphoinositide Research; L.E. Hokin Phosphoinositide and Synaptic Transmission; J.N. Hawthorne Control of the Ca2+ Release Induced by Myoinositol Trisphosphate and the Implication in Signal Transduction; L. Missiaen, et al. Regulation of the Actin Cytoskeleton by Inositol Phospholipid Pathways; D.E. Kandzari, P.J. Goldschmidt-Clermont Protein Phosphorylation and Signal Transduction; S. Barik Structural and Functional Roles of Glycosylphosphoinositides; A.R. Saltiel InsP5 and InsP6 Metabolism Adds Versatility to the Actions of Inositol Polyphosphates: Novel Effects upon Ion Channels and Vesicle Traffic S.B. Shears Inositol Phosphates and Their Metabolism in Plants; P.P.N. Murthy Genetics of Myoinositol Phosphate Synthesis and Accumulation; V. Raboy Metabolism of Myoinositol Phosphates and Alternative Pathway in Generation of Myoinositol Trisphosphate Involved in Calcium Mobilization in Plants; S. Biswas, B.B. Biswas Phosphoinositide Turnover and Its Role in Plant Signal; G.G. Cote, et al. Light-induced Signal Transduction Pathway Involving Inositol Phosphates; S.K. Sopory, M.R. Chandok Synthesis, Separation and Identification of Different Inositol Phosphates; C. Schultz, et al. Index.