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Biological membranes are of great importance to contemporary research in biomedicine, biochemistry, and biophysics. This book covers fundamental concepts in membrane biology and is targeted to students, postdocs and researchers who need a single source of information on the subject. The first edition was hailed as "the textbook for which many of us have been searching" and "the most complete treatment of membrane biology currently available."
1.Introduction: The Structure and Composition of Biomembranes
2.The Structures and Properties of Membrane Lipids
3.Characterization and Structural Principles of Membrane Proteins
4.Lateral and Transverse Asymmetry in Membranes
5.Membrane Dynamics and Protein-Lipid Interactions
7.Interactions of Small Molecules with Membranes
8.Pores, Channels, and Transporters
9.The Cell Surface: Receptors, Signal Transduction and Membrane Recycling
10.Membrane Biogenesis and Trafficking