Edited By: W Maentele
This book provides the only introductory overview to the relatively new field of protein infrared spectroscopy, which has emerged from very scattered single experiments to broad applications in the past 15 years. While some books may have covered highly specialized areas within this field, no concise introduction exists. The book leads from a summary of the state-of the art techniques to applications. Applications will be of increasing complexity and describe secondary structure analysis of proteins, interaction of proteins with membranes, stability of proteins, and finally address protein function and the analysis of enzyme reaction mechanisms by time-resolved IR spectroscopy.
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