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    Structure and function of human insulin-like growth factor-1

    Gill, R. and De Meyts, P. and Pitts, James and Verma, C. and Wollmer, A. and Wood, S.P. (2002) Structure and function of human insulin-like growth factor-1. In: Gromiha, M. and Selvaraj, S. (eds.) Recent Research Developments in Protein Folding, Stability and Design. Trivandrum, India: Research Signpost, pp. 105-134. ISBN 9788177360707.

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    Book synopsis: This innovative reference provides a comprehensive, current view of the structure, folding, stability and design of proteins, using recent developments in experimental and computational methods with contributions from international experts in their respective areas of research. Contents include: Molecular Life of Proteins: Folding and Stability Structure and Stability of a-Helix Identification of a Core Region and Key Residues in Refolding of Reduced Hen Lysozyme In Silico Protein Folding: Recent Developments Structural Hierarchy of Proteins Inside a Domain Packing of Secondary Structural Elements in Proteins Protein Structure: Chapters Which Have Been Missed Recent Progress in Protein Secondary Structure Prediction Conventional and Non-Conventional Use of Prediction Methods Protein Sequence to Structure with Neural Networks Progress in Protein Structure Prediction: CASP1 to CASP 4 Role of Inter-Residue Interactions in the Folding of Barrel Proteins TIM-Barrel Research in the Genomic and Proteomic Era Recent Progress in Computational Protein Design Designing Proteins from Energy Landscape Perspective and more.


    Item Type: Book Section
    School: Birkbeck Faculties and Schools > Faculty of Science > School of Natural Sciences
    Depositing User: Sarah Hall
    Date Deposited: 14 May 2019 08:09
    Last Modified: 02 Aug 2023 17:51


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