Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins

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J. S. Davies
Royal Society of Chemistry, 1995 - Reference - 424 pages
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Contents

Introduction
2
Physicochemical Studies of Amino Acids
51
Analytical Methods
71
Peptide Synthesis
98
A List of Syntheses Reported in 1993
122
Purification Methods
132
Analogue and Conformational Studies on Peptide
157
Confortnationaliy Restricted Cyclic and Bridged
171
Cyclic Modified and Conjugated Peptides
235
Current Trends in Protein Research
283
Protein Folding and Protein Stability
289
Protein Engineering
321
PLactam Chemistry
330
Clavulanic Acid Oxapenams and Oxapenems
343
Carbapenems Carbapenams Carbacephems
351
Azetidin2ones
357

Dehydroamino Acid Analogues
180
Side Chain Interactions Studied by Residue Substitution
208
References
219
Mechanistic Studies Mode of Action Degradation
380
Appendix
387
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