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Structure in protein chemistry, 2d ed.


Structure in protein chemistry, 2d ed.

Kyte, Jack.

Garland Science


898 pages




Kyte (chemistry, U. of California, San Diego) presents the second edition of his textbook designed for senior undergraduate or graduate courses covering the structures of proteins and biophysical chemistry. The text has been revised throughout to reflect developments in the field over the past decade, including new material on cryo-electron microscopy, nucleic acid structure, and the interactions between proteins and nucleic acids, and expanded discussion of protein folding and the structure of membrane-bound proteins. Illustrated with b&w diagrams, tables, charts, and photographs.

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