Intrinsic Disorder in Proteins: The Principles and Practice of Unfoldomics
by Vladimir N Uversky (9783527322008)

Intrinsic Disorder in Proteins: The Principles and Practice of Unfoldomics
 
Vladimir N Uversky
Release Date: 30 September 2009
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 350
Category: Biochemistry
Publisher: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
ISBN: 9783527322008
ISBN-10: 3527322000



The first book on this emerging hot topic is an introductory guide to the realm of unfolded or non-folded proteins. Based on their decades of practical experience, the authors explain the biochemical and biophysical reasons for disorder in proteins, survey analytical techniques to detect and model such disorder, and discuss the importance of disorder for protein function and malfunction. They conclude by introducing a number of well-documented examples of disordered proteins, including some that play a central role in such diseases as cancer and neural degeneration.
By starting with basic considerations and slowly working up to more complex questions, this didactic book can be profitably read by everyone -- from student to professional researcher.

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