Perspectives in Biochemistry, Volume 2
This second volume of concise and authoritative articles reports on the exciting advances and progress in the diversified areas of biochemical research. First published in ACS's renowned journal Biochemistry in 1989 and 1990, these 29 articles were written by experts in the field. They inform the general reader of the past developments, the current status, and the future direction of areas of particular significance, including: structure and function of proteins; enzyme structure and mechanism; membrane proteins and transmembrane phenomena; nucleic acids and protein biosynthesis; proteolytic processing and protein degradation; cell growth and regulation; and bioenergetics.
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Dominant Forces in Protein Folding
The Mechanism of Protein Folding Implications of in Vitro Refolding Models
Structural Characteristics of oHelical Peptide Molecules Containing Aib Residues
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