Energetics of Biological Macromolecules: Volume 259
- Hardback | 761 pages
- 158 x 226 x 36mm | 1,161.21g
- 20 Oct 1995
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
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Table of contents
Y. Huang and D.W. Bolen, Probes of Energy Transduction in Enzyme Catalysis.
V.A. Parsegian, R.P. Rand, and D.C. Rau, Macromolecules and Water: Probing with Osmotic Stress.
I. Wong and T.M. Lohman, Linkage of Protein Assembly to Protein-DNA Binding.
E. Di Cera, Q.D. Dang, Y. Ayala, and A. Vindigni, Linkage at Steady State: Allosteric Transitions of Thrombin.
E. Freire, Thermal Denaturation Methods in Study of Protein Folding.
L. Chen, R.L. Biltonen, and M.L. Johnson, Kinetics of Lipid Membrane Phase Transitions: A Volume Perturbation Calorimeter Study.
M.L. Doyle, G. Louie, P. Dal Monte, and T. Sokoloski, Tight Binding Affinities Determined from the Thermodynamic Linkage to Protons by Titration Calorimetry.
H.F. Fisher and N. Singh, Calorimetric Methods for Interpreting Protein-Ligand Interactions.
K.J. Breslauer, Extracting Thermodynamic Data from Equilibrium Melting Curves for Oligonucleotide Order-Disorder Transitions.
M.J. Serra and D.H. Turner, Predicting Thermodynamic Properties of RNA.
K.B. Hall and J.K. Kranz, Thermodynamics and Mutations in RNA-Protein Interactions.
D.E. Draper and T.C. Gluick, Melting Studies of RNA Unfolding and RNA-Ligand Interactions.
L. Jen-Jacobson, Structural-Perturbation Approaches to Thermodynamics of Site-Specific Protein-DNAInteractions.
Y. Bai, J.J. Englander, L. Mayne, J.S. Milne, and S.W. Englander, Thermodynamic Parameters from Hydrogen Exchange Measurements.
C.A. Royer, Application of Pressure to Biochemical Equilibria: The Other Thermodynamic Variable.
L.M. Rellick and W.J. Becktel, Molecular Volume.
C.R. Robinson and S.G. Sligar, Hydrostatic and Osmotic Pressure as Tools to Study Macromolecular Recognition.
T.M. Laue, Sedimentation Equilibrium as Thermodynamic Tool.
J. Yang and J. Carey, Footprint Phenotypes: Structural Models of DNA-Binding Proteins from Chemical Modification Analysis of DNA.
M. Perrella and I. Denisov, Low-Temperature Electrophoresis Methods.
M.R. Eftink, Use of Multiple Spectroscopic Methods to Monitor Equilibrium Unfolding of Proteins.
B. Garcia-Moreno, Probing Structural and Physical Basis of Protein Energetics Linked to Protons and Salt.
C.N. Pace, Evaluating Contribution of Hydrogen Bonding and Hydrophobic Bonding to Protein Folding.
B. Lee, Analyzing Solvent Reorganization and Hydrophobicity.
T.P. Creamer and G.D. Rose, Simple Force Field for Study of Peptide and Protein Conformational Properties.
M. Martinez-Carrion, A. Artigues, A. Berezov, M.L. Bianconi, A.M. Reyes, and A. Iriarte, Probes for Analysis of Stability of Different Variants of Aspartate Aminotransferase.
N.M. Allewell and V.J. LiCata, Thermodynamic Approaches to Understanding Aspartate Transcarbamylase.
R. Lumry, On the Interpretation of Data from Isothermal Processes.
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