Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes

Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes

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Extensively revised and updated, the new edition of the highly regarded Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes is an essential reference for biochemists, biotechnologists and molecular biologists. Edited by world-renowned experts in the field, this comprehensive work provides detailed information on all known proteolytic enzymes to date. This two-volume set unveils new developments on proteolytic enzymes which are being investigatedin pharmaceutical research for such diseases as HIV, Hepatitis C, and the common cold.

Volume I covers aspartic and metallo petidases while Volume II examines peptidases of cysteine, serine, threonine and unknown catalytic type. A CD-ROM accompanies the book containing fully searchable text, specialised scissile bond searches, 3-D color structures and much more.
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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 4094 pages
  • 248 x 304 x 194mm | 10,019.8g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 3rd edition
  • 012382219X
  • 9780123822192
  • 1,535,964

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Praise for the Second Edition: "The clear goal of these volumes is to provide complete coverage of proteases. All known enzymes of this class are described. As a reference, this is a very worthwhile contribution. The goals of this book are well met...The major strength of this book is the comprehensive coverage...An essential reference for scientific research...A very impressive offering...Any investigator with a protease question should start here." --Doody's, 2005 "This handbook would be very useful a reference for a library that serves graduate and post-graduate researchers in molecular biology and related fields." --E-STREAMS, 2005

"A very impressive offering. While many of the chapters are short, they provide essential information as well as appropriate references. Any investigator with a protease question should start here." --Doody's "The Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes, Second Edition provides a structured and systematic, up-to-date account of the information about proteolytic enzymes...an indispensable reference for all researchers utilizing such enzymes in areas of organic chemistry, biochemistry, biotechnology and molecular biology." --Carbohydrate Polymers, April 2005

"This handbook would be a very useful reference for a library that serves graduate and post-graduate researchers in molecular biology and related fields. However, the CD-ROM version may be significantly more useful than the print version, especially for workers adept with bioinformatics." --Rafael Garcia, Chemical
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Table of contents

Aspartic Peptidases Introduction / Clan AA - Family A1 / Clan AA - Family A2 And Others / Other Clans of Aspartic Peptidases

Glutamic Peptidases

Asparragine Peptide Lyases

Metallopeptidases Introduction / Clan MA subclan E - Family M1 / Family M2 / Family M3 / Families M4,M5 and M9 / Family M13 / Other families in subclan MA(E) / Clan MA subclan M - Families M10 and M11 / Family M12 subfamily A / Other families in clan MA / Clan MC / Clan MD / Clan ME / Clan MF / Clan MG / Clan MM / Clan MO / Clan MP / Clan MH / Other clans of metallopeptidases / Metallopeptidases not yet assigned to clans

Cysteine Peptidases Introduction / Clan CA - Family C1 / Other families in clan CA / Clan CD / Clan CE / Clan PA subclan C / Other clans of cysteine peptidases / Cysteine peptidases not assigned to families

Serine and Threonine Peptidases Introduction / Clan PA subclan S - Family S1 / Other families in clan PA(S) / Clan SB - Family S8 / Family S53 / Clan SC - Family S9 / Other families in clan SC / Clan SE / Clan SF / Clan SH / Other clans of serine peptidases / Serine peptidases not assigned to family / Clan PB / Unsequenced serine peptidases / Peptidases of uncertain catalytic type
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