Post-translational Processing: A Practical Approach

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S. J. Higgins, B. D. Hames
OUP Oxford, May 20, 1999 - Medical - 338 pages
Post - Translational Modification: A Practical Approach and its companion volume Protein Expression: A Practical Approach form the final part of the PAS mini-series on protein synthesis and processing. This volume begins with a chapter on protein sequencing followed by a chapter on protein folding and import into organelles. The next three chapters cover the three major forms of covalent modification: phosphorylation, glycosylation, and lipid modification. Proteolytic processing the is the next topic and the final two chapters are concerned with protein turnover in mammalian cells and yeast. This book is a comprehensive volume of the best current methodology and is designed to be used at the bench or away from the bench to gain insight into future experimental approached.

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