2004

Supramolecular Structure and Function 8

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ISBN: 978-0-306-48661-6 (Print) 978-0-306-48662-3 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

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    Pages 1-13

    Structural Basis of Protein Synthesis

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    Pages 15-29

    The Relationship Between Protein Sequence, Structure and Function

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    Pages 31-52

    Differences in Binding of Stereoisomers to Protein Active Sites

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    Pages 53-71

    Analytical Centrifugation: Looking at Aggregation in Free Solution

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    Pages 73-98

    Time Resolved Protein Fluorescence. Application to Multi-Tryptophan Proteins

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    Pages 99-118

    Novel (Bio)chemical and (Photo)physical Probes for Imaging Living Cells

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    Pages 119-134

    Observing Structure and Dynamics of Membrane Proteins by High-Resolution Microscopy

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    Pages 135-143

    A 2D-Infrared Study of Human Lipoproteins

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    Pages 145-156

    An Introduction to Biological Solid State NMR

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    Pages 157-177

    Multi-Frequency EPR Spectroscopy Studies of the Structure and Conformational Changes of Site-Directed Spin Labelled Membrane Proteins

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    Pages 179-197

    Identification of Protein Structure and its Modifications by Electrospray Mass Spectrometry in Proteomics

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    Pages 199-230

    A Microscopic Study of Disorder-Order Transitions in Molecular Recognition of Unstructured Proteins: Hierarchy of Structural Loss and the Transition State Determination from Monte Carlo Simulations of P27 KIP1 Protein Coupled Unfolding and Unbinding

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    Pages 231-271

    Computational Detection of the Binding Site Hot Spot and Predicting Energetics of Ligand Binding at the Remodeled Human Growth Hormone-Receptor Interface Using a Hierarchy of Molecular Docking and Binding Free Energy Approaches

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    Pages 273-286

    Molecular and Cellular Levels of Biological Evolution