The volume comprises an interdisciplinary survey of the molecular and biochemical functions of magnesium in cells. It should be of use to biochemists and pharmacologists studying the many processes in which magnesium has a pivotal role. Clinical researchers should be interested as magnesium is the second most common intracellular ion. Its deficiency is frequently associated, although not recognized as such, with concomitant changes in potassium ion. The book should also be of value to those who seek to understand the molecular role of metal ions in the regulation of biological processes and the role of biomolecular interactions in cellular signalling and control. This book provides an interdisiplinary survey of the molecular and biochemical functions of magnesium in the cells, and covers magnesium's widespread role in regulation of enzymes, transmitters, membrane functions and cell-signalling processes.
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