|Author:||Serge N. Timasheff|
|Title:||Subunits in Biological Systems, Part A (Biological Macromolecules Series Vol. 5)|
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|Publisher:||Dekker (Marcel) Inc.,U.S.; First Edition edition (January 1, 1971)|
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Subunits in biological systems. Published 1971 by M. Dekker in New York. Includes bibliography. Biological macromolecules, v. 5-6. The Physical Object.
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International Tables for Crystallography, Volume F, Crystallography of Biological Macromolecules is an expert guide to macromolecular crystallography for the modern structural biologist. It was commissioned by the International Union of Crystallography in recognition of the extraordinary contributions that knowledge of macromolecular structure has made, and will make, to the analysis of biological systems, from enzyme catalysis to the workings of a whole cell, and to the growing field of structural genomics. Although the book is written for experienced scientists, it is recognized that the reader is more likely to be a biologist interested in structure than a classical crystallographer interested in biology.
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Chapters are written with a hands-on perspective. That is, practical applications with critical evaluations of methodologies and experimental considerations needed to design, execute, and interpret NMR experiments pertinent to biological molecules. 3586 339 nuclear magnetic resonance of biological macromolecules part b mie 2001. 53586 339 nuclear magnetic resonance of biological macromolecules part b mie 2001.
biological systems, hard ligands generally contain ionization of water; for comparison the values of )GE298 oxygen while soft ligands contain sulfur. Hard acids tend for the reactions H2O+H2O÷4OH-+H3O+ andM52+ to bind hard bases by ionic forces, while soft acids bind A+H20÷M42+AA+H30+ (M soft bases by partially forming covalent bonds. metal ions of biological significance are hard or for the ionization of a metal-bound water molecule to. intermediate between hard and soft. Most soft metal ions proceed. It appears to help bind subunits together. A third motif (III) is found in D-xylose isomerase. Metal ions in proteins are often involved in structural and involves two metal ions with several carboxylate motifs as shown in Fig.
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