The rapid growth of biotechnology and drug design, based on rational principles of biopolymer interactions, has generated many developments in the field of biophysical chemistry. This series presents overviews of these developments and of other topical areas that are attracting interest in the field, from methodological developments in high-resolution NMR spectroscopy and molecular modelling to advances in structural chemistry and mechanistic studies of proteins and other biological compounds crucial for drug design.
Sequence context and DNA reactivity: application to sequence-specific cleavage of DNA, Albert S. Benight et al; Deciphering oligosaccharide flexibility using fluorescence energy transfer, Kevin G. Rice; NMR studies of cation-binding environments of nucleic acids, William H. Braunlin; The cytochrome peroxidase oxidation of ferrocytochrome c: new insights into electron transfer complex formation and the catalytic mechanism from dynamic NMR studies, James E. Erman, James D. Satterlee; Statistical thermodynamic modelling of haemoglobin cooperativity, Michael L. Johnson; Measurement of protein-protein association equilibria by large zone analytical gel filtration chromatography and equilibrium analytical ultracentrifugation, Dorothy Beckett, Elizabeth Nenortas.
Series: Advances in Biophysical Chemistry : Book 5
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 8th January 1996
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 16.51
Weight (kg): 0.59