Author : Bret A. Shirley
Description:In Protein Stability and Folding: Theory and Practice, world-class scientists present in a single volume a comprehensive selection of hands-on recipes for all of the major techniques needed to understand the conformational stability of proteins, as well as their three-dimensional folding. The distinguished contributors provide clear, step-by-step instructions along with many troubleshooting tips, alternative procedures, and informative explanations about why certain steps are necessary. Even highly skilled researchers will find many time-saving methods. Among the techniques discussed are fluorescent, ultraviolet, and infrared spectroscopy; HPLC peptide mapping; differential scanning calorimetry; and hydrogen exchange. Shirley's Protein Stability and Folding: Theory and Practice will ensure a significant difference in the outcome of your experiments, producing the result desired even for beginners.