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Introduction to Protein Structure
by Carl-Ivar Brändén, John Tooze

Introduction to Protein Structure gives an account of the principles of protein structure, with examples of key proteins in their biological context generously illustrated in full color top illuminate the structural principles described in the text. The first few chapters introduce the general principles of protein structure both for novices and for non-specialists needing a primer. Subsequent chapters use specific examples of proteins to show how they fulfill a wide variety of biological functions. The book ends with chapters on the experimental approach to determining and predicting protein structure, as well as engineering new proteins to modify their functions.

Introduction to Proteins
by Amit Kessel, Nir Ben-Tal

Introduction to Proteins shows how proteins can be analyzed in multiple ways. It refers to the roles of proteins and enzymes in diverse contexts and everyday applications, including medical disorders, drugs, toxins, chemical warfare, and animal behavior.

This edition includes a brand-new chapter on enzymatic catalysis and biochemistry, an in-depth discussion of G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), and a wider-scale description of methods for studying proteins.

Peptides and Proteins
by Shawn Doonan

Encompassing all aspects of the structures of peptides and proteins, this book adopts a uniquely problem-oriented approach to the topic. Starting with a look at the structures and properties of the twenty amino acids that occur in proteins, and moving on to the synthesis of polypeptides and the isolation of proteins, Peptides and Proteins then addresses the methods of analysis of protein characteristics, including the modern methods of sequence analysis by mass spectrometry. Further chapters examine the three-dimensional nature of protein structure, and introduce the student to the use of computer applications (molecular graphics, databases, bioinformatics) in protein chemistry. Original research data is used in many of the problems, and throughout sufficient background biology is included, thus putting the subject into context for chemists. Aimed at first and second-year chemistry students, this title will also be of interest to students of biochemistry. Ideal for the needs of undergraduate chemistry students, Tutorial Chemistry Texts is a major new series consisting of short, single topic or modular texts concentrating on the fundamental areas of chemistry taught in undergraduate science courses. Each book provides a concise account of the basic principles underlying a given subject, embodying an independent-learning philosophy and including worked examples.

Protein Structure and Function
by Gregory A. Petsko, Petsko, Dagmar Ringe

Introducing a new cutting edge book on protein structure and function that is an ideal introduction for students and a must for all reading lists. Protein Structure and Function considers the key concepts of protein structure and function and the relationship between sequence, structure and function with clear, concise explanations and full colour illustrations. Written by two outstanding names in the field, Gregory Petsko and Dagmar Ringe Considers the principles of protein structure and folding, functional properties of proteins and regulation of protein function, and introduces the basic principles whereby structure and function are deduced from sequence Fully up-to-date with emphasis on what sequence can tell you about structure and function The book is divided into five chapters: Chapter 1 – From Sequence to Structure – introduces the principles of protein structure and folding, with the emphasis on the biophysical properties of proteins that determine their folding and structure Chapter 2 – From Structure to Function – describes the principles of the main biochemical functions of proteins, namely binding and catalysis, with a short section on the properties of structural proteins Chapter 3 – Control of Protein Function – focuses on the regulation of protein function and contains concise descriptions of all of the regulatory mechanisms that operate on proteins, from PH to phosphorylation, with several sections on protein switches based on nucleotide hydrolysis Chapter 4 – From Sequence to Function – introduces the basic principles whereby structure and function are deduced from sequence, with illustrative examples Chapter 5 – Structure Determination – outlines the methodology of X-ray crystallography and NMR spectroscopy and how data collected by these methods are interpreted. Resources for Instructors All the 240 illustrations from Protein Structure and Function are available on the web as jpgs and downloadable tifs for teaching, at

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