Microcharacterrization of Proteins, Second Edition

Microcharacterrization of Proteins, Second Edition

Editor(s): R. Kellner, F. Lottspeich, H. E. Meyer

Published Online: 18 DEC 2007

Print ISBN: 9783527300846

Online ISBN: 9783527613960

DOI: 10.1002/9783527613960

About this Book

Proteomics - the analysis of the whole set of proteins and their functions in a cell - is based on the revolutionary developments which have been achieved in protein analysis during the last years.
The number of finished genome projects is growing and in parallel there is a dramatically increasing need to identify the products of revealed genes. Acting on a micro level modern protein chemistry increases our understanding of biological events by elucidating the relevant structure-function relationships.
The second edition of the successful title Microcharacterization of Proteins presents a current overview of modern protein analysis: From sample preparation to sequence analysis, mass spectrometry and bioinformatics it informs about the tools needed in protein research. This makes the book indispensable for everyone involved in proteomics!

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Overview

  2. Part II: Microseparation Techniques and Sample Preparation

    1. Chapter II.6

      Sample Preparation I: Removal of Salts and Detergents (pages 87–95)

      Dorian Immler, Ehrenfried Mehl, Friedrich Lottspeich and Helmut E. Meyer

  3. Part III: Bioanalytical Characterization

    1. Chapter III.1

      Amino Acid Analysis (pages 119–139)

      Roland Kellner, Helmut E. Meyer and Friedrich Lottspeich

    2. Chapter III.6

      Electrospray Mass Spectrometry (pages 213–234)

      Jörg W. Metzger, Christoph Eckerskorn, Christoph Kempter and Beate Behnke

  4. Part IV: Computer Sequence Analysis

    1. Chapter IV.1

      Internet Resources for Protein Identification and Characterization (pages 277–299)

      Pierre-Alain Binz, Marc R. Wilkins, Elisabeth Gasteiger, Amos Bairoch, Ron D. Appel and Denis F. Hochstrasser

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