Controlled nanoscale motion ; Nobel Symposium 131 / Heiner Linke, Alf Månsson, editors.
Contributor(s): Linke, H. (Heiner) | Månsson, AlfMaterial type: TextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 711.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2007Description: 1 online resource (xx, 409 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540495222; 3540495223; 9783540495215; 3540495215Subject(s): Biological transport, Active -- Regulation | Biological transport, Active -- Congresses | Ultrastructure (Biology) | Nanotechnology | SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Biophysics | Physique | Biological transport, Active | Biological transport, Active -- Regulation | Nanotechnology | Ultrastructure (Biology) | fysica | physics | biofysica | biophysics | materialen | materials | vloeistoffen (fluids) | fluids | biomaterialen | biomaterials | biomedische wetenschappen | biomedicine | nanotechnologie | nanotechnology | Physics (General) | Fysica (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Controlled nanoscale motion.DDC classification: 571.4 LOC classification: QH509 | .N63 2005ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
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" ... based on selected contributions to the Nobel Symposium 131 on Controlled Nanoscale Motion in Biological and Artificial Systems, held on June 13-17, 2005, at Bäckaskog Slott in Sweden"--Preface.
Navigation on a micron scale / H.C. Berg -- Myosin motors: the chemical restraints imposed by ATP / I. Rayment and J. Allingham -- How linear motor proteins work / K. Oiwa and D.J. Manstein -- Axonal transport: imaging and modeling of a neuronal process / S.B. Shah [and others] -- Intracellular transport and Kinesin superfamily proteins: structure, function and dynamics / N. Hirokawa and R. Takemura -- Studies of DNA-protein interactions at the single molecule level with magnetic tweezers / J.-F. Allemand [and others] -- Membrane nanotubes / I. Derényi [and others] -- Macromolecular motion at the nanoscale of enzymes working on polysaccharides / M. Sletmoen, G.S.-Braek and B.T. Stokke -- Brownian motion after Einstein: some new applications and new experiments / D. Selmeczi [and others] -- Nonequilibrium fluctuations of a single biomolecule / C. Jarzynski -- When is a distribution not a distribution, and why would you care: single-molecule measurements of repressor protein 1-D diffusion on DNA / Y.M. Wang [and others] -- BioNEMS: nanomechanical systems for single-molecule biophysics / J.L. Arlett [and others] -- Nanodevices for single molecule studies / E.G. Craighead, S.M. Stains and K.T. Samiee -- Artificial dipolar molecular rotors / R.D. Horansky [and others] -- Using DNA to power the nanoworld / B. Yurke -- Tuning ion current rectification in synthetic nanotubes / Z.S. Siwy and C.R. Martin -- NanoShuttles: harnessing motor proteins to transport cargo in synthetic environments / V. Vogel and H. Hess -- Nanotechnology enhanced functional assays of actomyosin motility -- potentials and challenges / A. Mansson [and others].
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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When the size of a machine approaches the nanometer scale, thermal fluctuations become large compared to the energies that drive the motor. The control of motion at the nanoscale therefore requires physical understanding and technical approaches that are fundamentally different from those that are successful at the macroscale. This volume provides an introduction to the state-of-the-art of controlled nanoscale motion in biological and artificial systems. Topics include the control and function of protein motors, the physics of non-equilibrium Brownian motion, and the physics and fabrication of synthetic molecular motors. The chapters in this book are based on selected contributions on the 2005 Nobel Symposium to Controlled Nanoscale Motion and are written by leading experts in their fields.