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by: Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Arthur M Lesk

 : Introduction to Protein Science: Architecture, Function, and Genomics
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Binding: Paperback
Brand: imusti
EAN: 9780198716846
Edition: 3rd UK ed.
Feature: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS ACADEM
ISBN: 0198716842
Item Dimensions: 1040760090
Label: Oxford University Press, USA
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Oxford University Press, USA
MPN: Over 500 colour illustrations
Number Of Pages: 488
Publication Date: January 14, 2016
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Studio: Oxford University Press, USA

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Proteins are essential to life, having a vital role in all living organisms. They are the ultimate micro machines: some are building blocks, joining with other substances to make the cells from which we are all formed. Some are catalysts, speeding up essential biochemical reactions to keep our cells alive. Yet others help cells to communicate, to move, and to build up the complex mix of tissues that make up our bodies. Introduction to Protein Science provides a broad ranging introduction to the contemporary study of proteins suitable for students on biosciences degrees internationally. Starting by describing the structure of proteins and how these structures can be studied, the book goes on to illustrate the wide range of functions that proteins have, showing how the shape of a protein is intimately linked to the function that it has. The book then describes how new experimental and computational techniques are helping us to predict a protein s structure and function, and how this is paving the way for us to design new proteins with specific characteristics, with exciting implications in areas such as drug design. Written by Arthur Lesk, the author of the highly successful Introduc



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