Hans Visser. 一 Contents 1 1 Protein Interactions , An overview M. M..
Author: Hans Visser
Publisher: Vch Pub
A knowledge of protein interaction is indispensable to successful research in biochemistry. However, the scope of relevant topics is astoundingly broad, ranging from molecular to colloidal chemistry. It is often difficult to find sufficient up-to-date information in any particular subarea. This book concentrates on two fascinating subjects in the field: * stabilization of micelles in solution * coagulation processes involved in cheese formation. 19 contributions by leading laboratories worldwide describe the most recent developments in detail. Written from both theoretical and applied points of view, the publication is a stimulating source of information, above all, for protein researchers in food chemistry. Special feature: in-depth presentation of a novel model of the casein micelle in milk and the role of water in protein interactions.
As illustrated in Figure 1 , at the first level of organization , DNA would form loops through the interaction of specific attachment sequences with structural ( " matrix " ) proteins . The second level of packing would be achieved by ...
Thesis QP517 1984 G488 Detection of DNA-protein interactions by mi I in 1 1 ii ii in ii mi ii inn i j 3 1924 001 570 401 „ DATE DUE RETURN TO ALBERT R. MANN LIBRARY - Detection of DNA-Protein Interactions by Protein-DNA Cross-Linking A ...
The interaction between RINCK and PKC [II or O. (A), FLAG-RINCK and PKC BII were co-expressed in tSA201 cells, and immunoprecipitation with the antiFLAG antibody was performed before immunoblotting with the indicated antibodies.
D-Amino Acid Oxidase: A Model 27 C. Quenching of Fluorescence upon Flavin-Protein Interaction 31 PURPOSE 32 I. Effect of the Length of the Side Chain of Flavins on Reactivity with Flavokinase 32 II. Coenzyme Specificity of D-Amino Acid ...