Proteins at Interfaces II: Fundamentals and Applications
American Chemical Society, 1995 - Philosophy - 561 pages
Provides comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals and applications of proteins at interfaces. Describes modern experimental methods, including protein orientation by planar wavelength linear dichroism. Examines competitive adsorption in multiprotein systems and denaturation/conformational change of adsorbed proteins. Discusses surface chemistry effects in protein adsorption.
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