Biomacromolecules: Introduction to Structure, Function and by C. Stan Tsai(auth.)

By C. Stan Tsai(auth.)

This booklet presents an built-in remedy of the constitution and serve as of nucleic acids, proteins, and glycans, together with thorough insurance of proper computational biochemistry.

The textual content starts off with an advent to the biomacromolecules, via dialogue of tools of isolation and purification, physiochemical and biochemical houses, and structural features. the subsequent part of the booklet bargains with series research, research of conformation utilizing spectroscopy, chemical synthesis, and computational ways. the next chapters speak about biomolecular interactions, enzyme motion, gene transmission, sign transduction, and biomacromolecular informatics. the writer concludes with proposing the newest findings in genomics, proteomics, glycomics, and biomacromolecular evolution.

this article is a useful source for examine pros wishing to maneuver into genomics, proteomics, and glycomics study. it's also worthwhile for college students in biochemistry, molecular biology, bioengineering, biotechnology, and bioinformatics.Content:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–14):
Chapter 2 Monomer parts of Biomacromolecules (pages 15–30):
Chapter three Purification and Characterization (pages 31–54):
Chapter four Biomacromolecular constitution: Nucleic Acids (pages 55–93):
Chapter five Biomacromolecular constitution: Proteins (pages 94–146):
Chapter 6 Biomacromolecular constitution: Polysaccharides (pages 147–182):
Chapter 7 reviews of Biomacromolecular buildings: Spectroscopic research of Conformation (pages 183–219):
Chapter eight reports of Biomacromolecular constructions: Chemical Synthesis (pages 220–248):
Chapter nine reviews of Biomacromolecular buildings: Computation and Modeling (pages 249–288):
Chapter 10 Biomacromolecular interplay (pages 289–321):
Chapter eleven Biomacromolecular Catalysis (pages 322–397):
Chapter 12 sign Transduction and Biodegradation (pages 398–435):
Chapter thirteen Biosynthesis and Genetic Transmission (pages 436–514):
Chapter 14 Biomacromolecular Informatics (pages 515–557):
Chapter 15 Genomics (pages 558–593):
Chapter sixteen Proteomics (pages 594–654):
Chapter 17 Glycomics (pages 655–679):
Chapter 18 Biomacromolecular Evolution (pages 680–709):

Show description

Read Online or Download Biomacromolecules: Introduction to Structure, Function and Informatics PDF

Similar introduction books

Mutual Funds For Dummies, 5th edition

Improved insurance of ETFs, fund possible choices, and web examine profit from the most recent wealth-building ideas with America's no 1 best-selling mutual fund publication intend to make the main of mutual cash? own finance professional Eric Tyson stocks his time-tested making an investment suggestion, in addition to updates to his fund suggestions and revised insurance of tax legislations alterations, during this effortless source.

40 Days to Success in Real Estate Investing

Buy your first funding estate in exactly forty days! many folks are looking to get into genuine property yet simply have no idea the place to start. in truth, actual property investor Robert Shemin hears an identical query persistently in his seminars--"But the place do I begin? " Now, Shemin's forty Days to luck in actual property making an investment eventually solutions that question as soon as and for all.

Extra info for Biomacromolecules: Introduction to Structure, Function and Informatics

Sample text

C—O and P—O ester bonds: Phosphate diester is tetrahedral and shows antiperiplanar conformations for the C5′—O5′ bond. X-ray structural studies of tRNA and DNA oligomers suggest that usually H4′—C4′—C5′—O5′—P adopts an extended W-conformation in these structures. , 1985). These characteristics, many of which are interrelated, are largely responsible for the great range of structures, properties and functions of proteins (Kyte, 1995; Schulz and Schirmer, 1979; Sewald and Jakubke, 2002). α-Amino acids, except for glycine, are chiral molecules and optically active.

2. 3. 4. 5. positional isomerism; structural isomerism; geometric isomerism; configurational isomerism; and conformational isomerism. g. uridine vs. pseudouridine). g. d-glucose vs. d-fructose) in structural isomerism. Positional isomers and structural isomers have different chemical and physical properties because of the different arrangement of the atoms. e. positional isomers and structural isomers), which differ in the manner in which atoms are connected or bonded together, are also called constitutional isomers.

For example, the priorities of the groups in the d-alanine molecule are NH2 > COOH > CH3 > H (priority sequence). e. H). When viewed in this way, the sequence of groups arranged according to the priority sequence can either be that of a right-handed turn (clockwise) as shown in the drawing for d-alanine (R-alanine) or that of a left-handed turn (counterclockwise). The right-handed turn indicates the configuration R (rectus); the left-handed turn configuration is S (sinister). To establish the priority sequence of groups, we first look at the atoms that are bonded directly to the central atom, arranging them in order of decreasing atomic number.

Download PDF sample

Biomacromolecules: Introduction to Structure, Function and by C. Stan Tsai(auth.)
Rated 4.00 of 5 – based on 47 votes