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Mechanisms, Biology and Disease
Edited by Claudio M. Gomes and Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede
About the Book
This Protein Folding and Metal Ions: Mechanics, Biology and Disease is edited by Claudio M. Gomes and Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede. It presents the contributions of a cadre of international experts who offer a comprehensive exploration of this timely subject at the forefront of current research.
What You will Learn
Provides case study examples of protein folding and stability studies in particular systems or proteins that comprise different metal ions of co-factors
Reviews the proteins that shuttle metal ions in the cell to a particular target metalloprotein
Illustrates how metal binding can be connected to pathological protein conformations in unrelated diseases, from cancer to protein deposition disorders such as Parkinson’s disease
Addresses protein redesign of metal-containing proteins by computational methods, folding simulation studies, and work on model peptides -dissecting the relative energetic contribution of metals sites to protein folding and stability.
For Whom is this Book For
This Protein Folding and Metal Ions: Mechanics, Biology and Disease is the mostly required book for those working in structural biology and bioinorganic chemistry, those studying protein folding and disease, and those involved in the molecular and cellular aspects of metals in biological systems. Provides information on proteins thus helpful for B.Sc, M.Sc, PhD, Biochemistry students and Biochemists. It is a reference copy for Healthcare Professionals including Doctors, Pharmacists and Nurses.
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