By: Nicholas Price and Jacqueline Nairn
512 pages, Figs, tabs
Exploring Proteins offers a complete course in developing the skills to be able to understand the way proteins behave and the methods used to separate, identify and characterise them. It equips you with the skills you need to plan and carry out this experimental work, and to understand, analyse, and present the data your work generates.
It is a lot clearer that many other textbooks that I have used as the page layout is very well arranged, highlighting examples so that they are easy to follow and the written text is easy to digest and understand. Aimee Procter, Student, Liverpool John Moores University This book very cogently and comprehensively draws together an immense amount of information of everyday value to researchers interested in understanding protein structure and function. I highly recommend this book to laboratory workers and institutional libraries. Microbiology Today
SECTION A - THE BASIC CONCEPTS AND TOOLS; 1. Conceptual toolkit: The molecular principles for understanding proteins; 2. The key mathematical tools; 3. Calculations in the molecular biosciences; Part 1. Characterisation of molecular components; 4. Calculations in the molecular biosciences: Part 2. Characterisation of processes; SECTION B - GOALS AND METHODS; 5. The important properties of proteins and how to explore them; SECTION C - DATA ANALYSIS IN PRACTICE; 6. Analytical methods; 7. Purification of proteins; 8. Determination of protein structure; 9. Enzyme activity and mechanism; 10. Binding of ligands to proteins; 11. How to report experimental work
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