1. Edition March 2005 55.90 Euro 2005. 542 Pages, Softcover - Textbook - ISBN 978-0-471-49894-0 - John Wiley & Sons
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Short description Although many of the major biochemistry textbooks introduce the subject of proteins, they often employ outdated approaches and do not address the significance of proteins in modern biochemistry. Other books on the subject are too advanced for undergraduate coursework. Proteins: Structure & Function bridges the gap between conventional textbooks and advanced resources, providing a solid introduction to the study of proteins suitable for undergraduates. By introducing the concepts connected with protein folding in a user-friendly manner, it provides students with the groundwork they need to undertake more advanced study and analysis of proteins.
From the contents Introduction
Chapter 1: A short chapter outlining the rest of the book.
Chapter 2: The Building Blocks of Proteins.
Chapter 3: The Diversity of Proteins.
Chapter 4: The Three Dimensional Structure of Proteins.
Chapter 5: Enzymes.
Chapter 6: Protein Biosynthesis.
Chapter 7: The Isolation and Characterisation of Proteins.
Chapter 8: Physical Methods of Determining Three Dimensional Structure.