Table of Contents:
1.Evolution and Divergence of Creatine Kinases; pp. 1-26
(W. Ross Ellington1 and Tomohiko Suzuki2).
2.Using site-directed mutagenesis to elucidate structure and function in creatine kinase; pp. 27-68
(Michael J. McLeish and George L. Kenyon).
3.The Structural Enzymology of Arginine Kinase and its Implications for Creatine Kinase; pp. 69-94
(Michael S. Chapman).
4.Creatine kinase folding and unfolding; pp. 95-122
(Olivier Marcillat, Hortense Mazon, Christian Vial).
5.Molecular structure and function
of mitochondrial creatine kinase; pp. 123-170
(Uwe Schlattner and Theo Wallimann).
6.The interaction of mitochondrial creatine kinase with the outer membrane pore (VDAC), and the adenine nucleotide translocator (ANT) has important functions in regulation of energy metabolism and apoptosis; pp. 171-193
(D. Brdiczka, Dmitry B. Zorov and Michail Y. Vyssokikh).
7.Adenylate kinase and creatine kinase phosphotransfer in the regulation of mitochondrial respiration and cellular energetic efficiency; pp. 195-221
(Petras P. Dzeja and Andre Terzic).
8.The Creatine Kinase Isoenzymes in Organized Metabolic Networks and Regulation of Cellular Respiration: A New Role for Maxwell's Demon; pp. 223-267
(Saks V , Guerrero K., Vendelin M., Engelbrecht J.and Seppet E).