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|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Series:||Topics in Current Chemistry Series , #273|
|Product dimensions:||6.20(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
Table of Contents
M.J.J. Blommers, A. Strauss, M. Geiser, P. Ramage, Helmut Sparrer, W. Jahnke: NMR-based Strategies to Elucidate Bioactive Conformations of Weakly Binding Ligands.- N.R. Krishna, V. Jayalakshmi: Quantitative Analysis of STD-NMR Spectra of Reversibly forming Ligand-Receptor Complexes.- M.A. Johnson, B.M. Pinto: Structural and Functional Studies of Peptide-Carbohydrate Mimicry.- J.L. Asensio, A. Bastida, J. Jiménez-Barbero: Studies on the Conformational Features of Neomycin-B and its Molecular Recognition by RNA and Bacterial Defense Proteins.- S. Afonin, U.H.N. Dürr, P. Wadhwani, J.B. Salgado, A.S. Ulrich: Solid State NMR Structure Analysis of the Antimicrobial Peptide Gramicidin S in Lipid Membranes: Concentration-dependent Re-alignment and Self-assembly as a ß-barrel.- E.V. Bocharov, K.V. Pavlov, M.J.J. Blommers, T. Arvinte, A.S. Arseniev: Modulation of the Bioactive Conformation of Transforming Growth Factor ß: Possible Implications of Cation Binding for Biological Function.- C. Rademacher, T. Peters: Molecular Recognition of Ligands by Native Viruses and Virus like Particles as Studied by NMR Experiments.- V. Dötsch: Investigation of Proteins in Living Bacteria with In-cell NMR Experiments