Fills a gap between the existing studies of proteins, which tend to be highly technical and geared toward the practicing protein chemist, and biochemistry textbooks, which focus on general principles. Scientists cover a dozen topics by presenting fundamental principles, an overview, and the practica

chapter 1|8 pages

An Overview and Historical Perspective of Protein Biotechnology

BySidney Udenfriend

chapter 2|30 pages

Protein Structure

ByS. Russell Lehrman

chapter 3|17 pages

Protein Biosynthesis

ByRichard A. Wolfe, Stanley Stein

chapter 5|51 pages

Proteins as Biological Effectors

ByMilton T. W. Hearn, Peter G. Stanton, Joseph Bertolini

chapter 6|24 pages

Isolation of Natural Proteins

ByStanley Stein

chapter 7|9 pages

Large-Scale Production of Recombinant Proteins: Human Leukocyte Interferon

ByFazal R. Khan, Vishva R. Rai

chapter 8|9 pages

Production of Human Calcitonin by Recombinant DNA Technology

ByBarry N. Jones

chapter 9|22 pages

Structural Analysis of Proteins

ByBarry N. Jones, Stanley Stein

chapter 10|31 pages

Chemical Synthesis of Peptides

ByChester A. Meyers

chapter 11|31 pages

Production and Analysis of Proteins by Recombinant DNA Technology

BySidney Pestka

chapter 12|33 pages

Monoclonal Antibodies

ByJames N. Bausch