Protein Design (2nd Ed.):
Methods and Applications
(Methods in Molecular Biology Series,  1216)

Auteur : KÖHLER Valentin

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Date de parution : 12-2014
Langue : Anglais

Résumé de Protein Design (2nd Ed.)

Protein Design: Method and Applications, Second Edition expands upon the previous editions with current, detailed ideas on how to approach a potential protein design project. With new chapters on metals as structure-forming elements, characterization of fluorinated proteins, symmetric protein folds in an approach, functional sites of proteins, and computational design of novel enzymes without cofactor. 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.

Thorough and intuitive, Protein Design: Method and Applications, Second Edition provides a number of practical protocols and reviews to aid in the creation of new experiments.

Sommaire de Protein Design (2nd Ed.)

1. De novo Design of Stable α-helices

Alexander Yakimov, Georgy Rychkov, and Michael Petukhov


2. Design of Monomeric Water-soluble b-hairpin and β-sheet Peptides

M. Angeles Jiménez


3. Combination of Theoretical and Experimental Approaches for the Design and Study of Fibril-forming Peptides

Phanourios Tamamis, Emmanouil Kasotakis, Georgios Archontis, and Anna Mitraki


4. Posttranslational Incorporation of Non-canonical Amino Acids in the RNase S System by Semisynthetic Protein Assembly

Maika Genz and Norbert Sträter


5. Design, Synthesis, and Study of Fluorinated Proteins

Benjamin C. Buer and E. Neil G. Marsh


6. High-Quality Combinatorial Protein Libraries Using the Binary Patterning Approach

Luke H. Bradley


7. Methods for Library-Scale Computational Protein Design

Lucas B. Johnson, Thaddaus R. Huber, and Christopher D. Snow


8. Symmetric Protein Architecture in Protein Design: Top-Down Symmetric Deconstruction

Liam M. Longo and Michael Blaber


9. Identification of Protein Scaffolds for Enzyme Design using Scaffold Selection

André C. Stiel, Kaspar Feldmeier, and  Birte Höcker


10. Computational Design of Novel Enzymes without Cofactors

Matthew D. Smith, Alexandre Zanghellini, and Daniela Grabs


11. De novo Design of Peptide Scaffolds as Novel Pre-organised Ligands for Metal-ion Coordination

Aimee J. Gamble and Anna F. A. Peacock


12. Computational Design of Metalloproteins

Avanish S. Parmar, Douglas Pike, and Vikas Nanda


13. Incorporation of Modified and Artificial Cofactors into Naturally Occurring Protein Scaffolds

Koji Oohor and Takashi Hayashi


14. Computational Redesign of Metalloenzymes for Catalyzing New Reactions

Per Jr. Greisen and  Sagar D. Khare

Commentaire de Protein Design (2nd Ed.)

Includes ideas on how to approach a potential protein design project

Provides step-by-step detail essential for reproducible results

Contains key notes and implementation advice from the experts