By K. Mühlethaler (auth.), Professor Dr. Giorgio Semenza, Professor Dr. Ernesto Carafoli (eds.)
This quantity includes the lawsuits of the FEBS Sym posium at the Biochemistry of Membrane delivery, which was once held on the Swiss Institute of know-how, Zlirich, July 18-23, 1976. Of the audio system invited or iginally, basically 5 couldn't attend the assembly, and of the lectures given, all yet one of many texts are released right here. hence, this quantity offers a loyal ac count number of how the assembly was once initially conceived and truly came about. This Symposium on Biochemistry of Membrane delivery was once the 1st Symposium backed via the FEBS outdoor the annual FEBS-Meetings, after the certain assembly on business Biochemistry, which happened in Dublin in 1973, and it displays the curiosity and the rage for gatherings of smaller measurement than the legit FEBS conferences. the subject of the Symposium used to be a simple selection, not just simply because membrane delivery is becom ing an increasing number of vital to biochemistry each year, but additionally as a result of the long-standing curiosity of Swiss technology within the box. within the collection of the subjects and of the audio system, efforts have been made to accomplish as balanced a insurance of the world as attainable. even though, for the reason that a few points of membrane biochemistry have been handled greatly on the parallel tenth Inter nationwide Congress of Biochemistry in Hamburg, GFR, cer tain issues got much less emphasis than others. The Symposium was once attended by way of approximately four hundred individuals (we anticipated 200-250); between them forty eight have been invited audio system, and a few 2 hundred contributed posters.
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Biochemistry of Membrane Transport: FEBS — Symposium No. 42 by K. Mühlethaler (auth.), Professor Dr. Giorgio Semenza, Professor Dr. Ernesto Carafoli (eds.)