Membrane Protein Structure Determination: Methods and Protocols - Methods in Molecular Biology 654 (Paperback)Jean-Jacques Lacapere (editor)
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Publisher: Humana Press Inc.
Number of pages: 459
Weight: 1206 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 201
From the reviews:
"This extensive monograph devoted to membrane proteins represents just what the subheading promises: a collection of experimental protocols proven competent in renowned laboratories. ... This book introduces the reader to major techniques used in the field of membrane protein structure determination. ... Authors show how the synergy between a laboratory experiment and computational modeling leads to structural delineation of the ligand binding pocket and how this knowledge can be used for rational drug design." (Lubica Lacinova, General Physiology and Biophysics, May, 2011)
"This treatise ... is a well-rounded compilation of methodological approaches to solving membrane protein structure. ... The appropriateness of these approaches in the membrane structural biologist toolkit is nicely articulated in the example applications and state-of-the-art methodologies are described in detail. ... current title has uniquely organized individual chapters to address a broader scope ... . the effort should prove valuable to scientists unfamiliar with membrane proteins as well as more experienced investigators wanting to broaden the structural and/or computational tools at their disposal." (O. John Semmes, Proteomics, Vol. 11, (16), 2011)
"This book includes descriptions of modern methods employed for studies of membrane proteins, which represent nearly 40% of all proteins. ... gives a brief introduction into problems related to studies of membrane proteins. ... this book will be useful for biochemists, membrane biologists, molecular biologists, and biotechnologists, and also for specialists in cell biology and proteomics. There is no doubt that the material of this book will be very useful for teachers and students of colleges and universities specialized in the fields mentioned above." (G. Ya. Wiederschain, Biochemistry, Vol. 76 (11), 2011)
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