Download or read online books in PDF, EPUB and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

Protein Engineering and Design

Protein Engineering and Design Author Paul R. Carey
ISBN-10 0080539971
Release 1996-06-21
Pages 361
Download Link Click Here

The design and production of novel peptides and proteins occupy pivotal positions in science and technology and will continue to do so in the 21st century. Protein Engineering and Design outlines the rapid advances in computer-based modeling, protein engineering, and methods needed for protein and peptide preparation and characterization. This indispensable reference lays the groundwork for understanding this multidisciplinary activity while providing an introduction for researchers and students to the field of protein design. Introduces and defines the techniques involved in protein engineering and design Provides a concise overview of key technologies involved and demonstrates their contributions to the specialized design and production of novel proteins and peptides



Protein Engineering and Design

Protein Engineering and Design Author Sheldon J. Park
ISBN-10 1420076590
Release 2009-09-25
Pages 416
Download Link Click Here

Experimental protein engineering and computational protein design are broad but complementary strategies for developing proteins with altered or novel structural properties and biological functions. By describing cutting-edge advances in both of these fields, Protein Engineering and Design aims to cultivate a synergistic approach to protein science. Experimental Protein Engineering The first half of the book discusses experimental approaches to protein engineering and starts by describing several high-throughput screening platforms for protein engineering. Key techniques used for diversity generation are also discussed. The next few chapters present examples of therapeutics, enzymes, biomaterials, and other proteins that have been engineered by rational or combinatorial approaches. The section finishes with a chapter on the use of non-natural amino acids in protein engineering. Computational Protein Design The second half of the book introduces computational protein design, beginning with a chapter on computational and informatics algorithms used in protein engineering. Core components of computational protein design are then discussed in detail, and examples of heuristic protein design are provided. Subsequent chapters present examples of how computational design has played a critical role in advancing the field of protein engineering. Concluding with a chapter outlining current challenges in the field, this book makes computational protein design and diversity-oriented protein engineering widely accessible to a broad audience in academia and industry alike.



Concepts in protein engineering and design

Concepts in protein engineering and design Author Paul Wrede
ISBN-10 UOM:39015033328595
Release 1994
Pages 378
Download Link Click Here

Concepts in protein engineering and design has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Concepts in protein engineering and design also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Concepts in protein engineering and design book for free.



Protein Engineering Design and Selection

Protein Engineering  Design and Selection Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105123121332
Release 2009
Pages
Download Link Click Here

Protein Engineering Design and Selection has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Protein Engineering Design and Selection also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Protein Engineering Design and Selection book for free.



Protein Engineering

Protein Engineering Author Saran A. Narang
ISBN-10 9781483161280
Release 2016-05-24
Pages 284
Download Link Click Here

Protein Engineering: Approaches to the Manipulation of Protein Folding outlines the complexity of the protein-folding problem and the potential of using genetic tools which, in combination with physical techniques, are expected to shed new light. The book begins with an overview of the basic concepts of protein folding, along with prediction methods and protein-folding models. Separate chapters cover experimental approaches to in vitro protein folding; general approaches used to characterize the folding reaction, equilibrium and kinetic experiments; and strategies employed to elucidate structure/function relationships in proteins of unknown tertiary structure. Subsequent chapters cover the structural and functional features of the HIV envelope protein; x-ray diffraction of proteins; application of Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy to probe the secondary structure and orientation of membrane-associated proteins; and fluorescence measurements of proteins. The final chapters discuss nuclear magnetic resonance studies of proteins and the potential of the synthetic gene approach applied to the problem of protein folding.



Protein Engineering Techniques

Protein Engineering Techniques Author Krishna Mohan Poluri
ISBN-10 9789811027321
Release 2016-12-31
Pages 134
Download Link Click Here

This brief provides a broad overview of protein-engineering research, offering a glimpse of the most common experimental methods. It also presents various computational programs with applications that are widely used in directed evolution, computational and de novo protein design. Further, it sheds light on the advantages and pitfalls of existing methodologies and future perspectives of protein engineering techniques.



Protein Engineering

Protein Engineering Author Raghupathy Sarma
ISBN-10 9780323150309
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 440
Download Link Click Here

Protein Engineering: Applications in Science, Medicine, and Industry deals with the scientific, medical, and industrial applications of protein engineering. Topics range from protein structure and design to mutant analysis and complex systems. Applications such as production of novel antibiotics, genetic transformation of plants, and genetic engineering of bioinsecticides are described. This book is comprised of 25 chapters and begins with an overview of trends and developments in protein chemistry and their relevance to protein engineering, followed by a discussion on protein sequence data banks. Subsequent chapters explore the design and construction of biologically active peptides, including hormones; structural and functional analysis of thermophile proteins; the conformation of diphtheria toxin; and applications of surface-simulation synthesis in protein molecular recognition. The use of oligonucleotide-directed site-specific mutagenesis in functional analysis of the signal peptide for protein secretion is also considered. The results of studies on the mechanism of membrane fusion are presented. This monograph will serve as a useful guide for those who are already working on protein engineering and those who are about to start research in this field.



Protein Engineering and Design

Protein Engineering and Design Author Sheldon J. Park
ISBN-10 1420076590
Release 2009-09-25
Pages 416
Download Link Click Here

Experimental protein engineering and computational protein design are broad but complementary strategies for developing proteins with altered or novel structural properties and biological functions. By describing cutting-edge advances in both of these fields, Protein Engineering and Design aims to cultivate a synergistic approach to protein science. Experimental Protein Engineering The first half of the book discusses experimental approaches to protein engineering and starts by describing several high-throughput screening platforms for protein engineering. Key techniques used for diversity generation are also discussed. The next few chapters present examples of therapeutics, enzymes, biomaterials, and other proteins that have been engineered by rational or combinatorial approaches. The section finishes with a chapter on the use of non-natural amino acids in protein engineering. Computational Protein Design The second half of the book introduces computational protein design, beginning with a chapter on computational and informatics algorithms used in protein engineering. Core components of computational protein design are then discussed in detail, and examples of heuristic protein design are provided. Subsequent chapters present examples of how computational design has played a critical role in advancing the field of protein engineering. Concluding with a chapter outlining current challenges in the field, this book makes computational protein design and diversity-oriented protein engineering widely accessible to a broad audience in academia and industry alike.



Protein Design

Protein Design Author Raphael Guerois
ISBN-10 9781597451161
Release 2006
Pages 299
Download Link Click Here

Recent major advances in our understanding of modulating protein functions has led to the development of new methods and algorithms to predict and decipher how amino acid sequences shape three-dimensional structures. Protein Design: Methods and Applications presents the most up-to-date protein design and engineering strategies so that readers can undertake their own projects with a maximum chance of success. The authors present integrated computational approaches that require various degrees of computational complexity, and the major accomplishments that have been achieved in the design and structural characterization of helical peptides and proteins. Other topics of discussion include: design of structural elementary motifs, entire proteins, and interfaces of protein complexes, and of amyloidogenic polypeptides and amyloid inhibitors. Authoritative and cutting-edge, Protein Design: Methods and Applications will be of major interest to protein scientists, biochemists, and all experimentalists selecting the strategy most adaptable for their design problem.



Protein Engineering

Protein Engineering Author Uwe T. Bornscheuer
ISBN-10 1493973649
Release 2017-10-30
Pages 350
Download Link Click Here

This volume details basic and advanced protocols for both stages of protein engineering: the library design phase and the identification of improved variants by screening and selection. Chapters focus on enzyme engineering using rational and semi-rational approaches. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and cutting-edge, Protein Engineering: Methods and Protocols aims to aid scientists in the planning and performance of their experiments. The chapter 'Functional Analysis of Membrane Proteins Produced by Cell-Free Translation' is open access under a CC BY 4.0 license via link.springer.com.



Protein Engineering Protocols

Protein Engineering Protocols Author Kristian M. Müller
ISBN-10 9781597451871
Release 2007
Pages 335
Download Link Click Here

Protein Engineering Protocols considers the general, but not mutually exclusive, strategies for protein engineering. The first is known as rational design, in which the scientist uses detailed knowledge of the structure and function of the protein to make desired changes. The second strategy is known as directed evolution. This volume provides a comprehensive guide to the methods used at every stage of the engineering process. It combines a thorough theoretical foundation with detailed protocols and will be invaluable to all research workers in the area, from graduate students to senior investigators.



Protein Engineering

Protein Engineering Author Jeffrey L. Cleland
ISBN-10 UOM:39015037309690
Release 1996-02-07
Pages 518
Download Link Click Here

PROTEIN ENGINEERING Principles and Practice Edited by JEFFREY L. CLELAND CHARLES S. CRAIK Proteins are involved in every aspect of life-structure, motion, catalysis, recognition and regulation. Protein Engineering: Principles and Practice provides a basic framework for understanding both proteins and protein engineering. This comprehensive book covers general, yet essential knowledge required for successful protein engineering, including everything from the fundamentals to modifying existing proteins and developing new proteins. The book begins by introducing the main concepts of protein engineering, including: understanding protein conformation, comprehending the relationship between protein composition and structure, and potential methods for predicting a protein's conformation. Other major subjects addressed are: * Using different host cell expression systems to produce specific proteins * Protein folding * Structure and function of proteins in relation to drug design * Construction of synthetic metal binding sites in proteins * Manufacture of tissue plasminogen activator * Generation of therapeutic antibodies This broad range of topics provides a solid foundation in protein engineering and supplies readers with knowledge essential to the design and production of proteins. Of primary interest to protein scientists-both students and researchers, in academia as well as industry-Protein Engineering is also extremely useful to chemical engineers, protein chemists, biochemists, and pharmaceutical chemists.



Protein Engineering Handbook

Protein Engineering Handbook Author Stefan Lutz
ISBN-10 9783527667017
Release 2012-07-31
Pages 1015
Download Link Click Here

Unparalleled in size and scope, this new major reference integrates academic and industrial knowledge into a single resource, allowing for a unique overview of the entire field. Adopting a systematic and practice-oriented approach, and including a wide range of technical and methodological information, this highly accessible handbook is an invaluable 'toolbox' for any bioengineer. In two massive volumes, it covers the full spectrum of current concepts, methods and application areas.



Engineering the Genetic Code

Engineering the Genetic Code Author Nediljko Budisa
ISBN-10 9783527607099
Release 2006-05-12
Pages 312
Download Link Click Here

The ability to introduce non-canonical amino acids in vivo has greatly expanded the repertoire of accessible proteins for basic research and biotechnological application. Here, the different methods and strategies to incorporate new or modified amino acids are explained in detail, including a lot of practical advice for first-time users of this powerful technique. Novel applications in protein biochemistry, genomics, biotechnology and biomedicine made possible by the expansion of the genetic code are discussed and numerous examples are given. Essential reading for all molecular life scientists who want to stay ahead in their research.



Methods in Protein Design

Methods in Protein Design Author
ISBN-10 9780123946294
Release 2013-02-14
Pages 520
Download Link Click Here

This new volume of Methods in Enzymology continues the legacy of this premier serial by containing quality chapters authored by leaders in the field. This volume covers methods in protein design and it has chapters on such topics as protein switch engineering by domain insertion, evolution based design of proteins, and computationally designed proteins. Continues the legacy of this premier serial with quality chapters authored by leaders in the field Covers methods in protein design Contains chapters with such topics as protein switch engineering by domain insertion, evolution-based design of proteins, and computationally designed proteins



Enzyme Functionality

Enzyme Functionality Author Allan Svendsen
ISBN-10 9780824756918
Release 2003-10-28
Pages 712
Download Link Click Here

Enzyme Functionality serves as a conduit for trailblazing research in enzyme engineering-relating current understanding of sequence families, the new notion of enzyme structure classes, and modern methods in protein engineering, design, and directed evolution to accelerate the development of novel enzyme functionalities. This reference gathers the diverse perspectives of nearly 80 scientists from around the globe and surveys all leading rational and random approaches to the artificial evolution of enzymes. Citing more than 1500 notable works, it outlines assays for enzyme activity, stability, and specificity and a wide variety of site-directed, redesign, and evolutionary engineering methods.



Medicinal Protein Engineering

Medicinal Protein Engineering Author Yury E. Khudyakov
ISBN-10 1420007300
Release 2008-12-01
Pages 584
Download Link Click Here

An All-Inclusive Review of the Achievements and Trends in the Fast-Growing Protein Engineering Field From humble beginnings like making fire for mere survival, engineering now steadfastly penetrates all aspects of our lives and even life itself at the molecular level. Protein engineering is a molecular biological discipline focused on designing and constructing novel proteins with desired properties. The currently limited understanding of the relationship between protein structure and function greatly hinders rational protein design. However, despite great challenges, protein engineering has become a major molecular discipline with a large array of successful applications to many complex medicinal problems. Medicinal Protein Engineering sheds light on this largely unchartered field, covering major strategies for engineering of proteins with predetermined biological properties. It discusses computational approaches to protein design and experimental approaches to protein construction. This volume also explores the tight connection between protein and genetic engineering. It moves researchers beyond experimental protein construction and theoretical protein design to the medicinal applications of engineered proteins. Examines Medicinal Applications of Protein Engineering for the Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention of Diseases Focusing on the application of protein engineering to medicine, this seminal work outlines the appropriate techniques for studying protein properties and building mathematical engineering models of novel vaccines, diagnostic reagents, and therapeutic treatments. As a truly comprehensive assessment of the medical protein engineering research available and its future implications for disease control and prevention, this is an indispensable reference for biological researchers in this groundbreaking field.