Joseph J. Stephanos, Anthony W. Addison
Wiley; 1st edition
1118470443; 1118801490; 9781118801529; 1118801520; 111880158X; 1118802233; 1322007624; 1118448529
9781118470442/ 9781118448526/ 9781118801581/ 9781118801499/ 9781118802236/ 9781322007625
The Chemistry of Metalloproteins: Problems and Solutions in Bioinorganic Chemistry ebook addresses the complete spectrum of questions in the field of metalloprotein science. The book is available in PDF format.
This book, which is written in the form of a question-and-answer guide, investigates all of the major families of metal-binding proteins and presents the most recent information we have of the physicochemical, structural, and functional aspects of these proteins. In addition to this, it discusses developing and novel applications of metalloproteins in the medical field. Students will gain an understanding of both the biological and chemical principles that underlie this significant field of research in bioinorganic chemistry.
The building block strategy utilized throughout Chemistry of Metalloproteins allows students to first acquire a solid foundation in the subject's fundamentals before moving on to more advanced material. The first chapter of this ebook provides a high-level overview of metalloproteins as well as bioinorganic chemistry. The following is what it discusses:
- Vitamin B12
- Proteins made of iron
- Copper proteins
- Cations of the alkaline and alkaline earth
Students will have a much easier time properly grasping all of the molecular ideas that govern the biological action of metalloproteins thanks to the abundant illustrations that accompany each chapter. In addition, the final section of each chapter includes a list of original reviews and research articles that are recommended for additional exploration of the various themes covered.
Chemistry of Metalloproteins is recommended for researchers and students in coordination biology, chemistry, and medicine since it presents our most recent understanding of metalloproteins.
Every volume in the Wiley Series in Protein and Peptide Science delves into a distinct aspect of the discipline, examining the most recent results and presenting a diverse array of points of view. The books in this series are required reading for biophysicists, biochemists, geneticists, molecular biologists, physiologists, and cell biologists, as well as researchers in proteomics, drug design and development, and molecular medicine who have an interest in peptides and proteins. Additionally, the books in this series are appropriate for researchers in molecular medicine.