By Alexei V. Finkelstein
Protein Physics is a full of life presentation of the main common difficulties of protein constitution, folding and serve as from the physics and chemistry viewpoint, in line with lectures given by way of the authors. It bargains with fibrous, membrane and, so much of all, with the easiest studied water-soluble globular proteins, in either their local and denatured states. the foremost facets of protein physics are coated systematically, physico-chemical houses of polypeptide chains; their secondary constructions; tertiary buildings of proteins and their class; conformational transitions in protein molecules and their folding; intermediates of protein folding; folding nuclei; actual backgrounds of coding the protein buildings through their amino acid sequences and protein capabilities on the subject of the protein constitution. The e-book should be of curiosity to undergraduate and graduate point scholars and researchers of biophysics, biochemistry, biology and fabric technological know-how.
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