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From the PublisherMention in FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ABSTRACTS, Volume 37, 2005
Praise for the Second Edition:
"The clear goal of these volumes is to provide complete coverage of proteases. All known enzymes of this class are described. As a reference, this is a very worthwhile contribution. The goals of this book are well met...The major strength of this book is the comprehensive coverage...An essential reference for scientific research...A very impressive offering…Any investigator with a protease question should start here."
- Doody’s (2005)
"This handbook would be very useful a reference for a library that serves graduate and post-graduate researchers in molecular biology and related fields."
- E-STREAMS (2005)
Doody's 4-star review-
"A very impressive offering. While many of the chapters are short, they provide essential information as well as appropriate references. Any investigator with a protease question should start here."
Eugene A. Davidson, PhD, Georgetown University School of Medicine in DOODYS
"The Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes, Second Edition provides a structured and systematic, up-to-date account of the information about proteolytic enzymes...an indispensable reference for all researchers utilizing such enzymes in areas of organic chemistry, biochemistry, biotechnology and molecular biology."
John F. Kennedy and Menh M. He, Chembiotech Laboratories in CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS, April 2005
"This handbook would be a very useful reference for a library that serves graduate and post-graduate researchers in molecular biology and related fields. However, the CD-ROM version may be significantly more useful than the print version, especially for workers adept with bioinformatics."
Rafael Garcia, Chemical