The first two volumes of the "Handbook of Metalloproteins", published in 2001, focused on a number of metals, including iron, nickel, manganese, cobalt, copper and vanadium. Now we are delighted to present volume three which extends the wealth of knowledge and focuses on proteins found in the redox-inactive ions of zinc and calcium.
• Colour illustrations throughout
• 3D structures of modified metalloproteins for easier understanding of functions
• International expert contributors
The amazing new set will prove to be an essential reference providing comprehensive understanding and focused coverage of metalloproteins.
"it is a pleasure to use ...this excellent, authoritative, and valuable text...I regard this work as essential for library purchase..." (Natural Products Report, Vol.19, No.4, 2002)
"highly recommended as a resource for bioinorganic chemistry. It will have lasting value for researchers in the field" (The Alchemist - Chemweb, 2002)
|Edition description:||3 Volume Set|
|Product dimensions:||8.80(w) x 11.32(h) x 3.42(d)|
Table of Contents
Heme Proteins: Oxygen Storage and Oxygen Transport Proteins.
Heme Proteins: Cytochromes.
Heme Proteins: Cytochrome Peroxidases.
Heme Proteins: Cytochrome P-450.
Heme Proteins: Oxidoreductases.
Non-Heme Proteins: Iron-Sulfur Clusters.
Non-Heme Proteins: Mononuclear Iron Proteins.
Non-Heme Proteins: Dinuclear Iron Proteins.
Non-Heme Proteins: Iron Storage.
Non-Heme Proteins: Iron Transport.
Cupredoxins (Type-1 Copper Proteins).
Type-2 Copper Enzymes.
Binuclear Copper: Type-3 Copper Enzymes.
Binuclear Copper: CuA Copper.
Copper Storage and Transport.
Hydrolases: Acting on ester bonds.
Hydrolases: Acting on peptide bonds.
Hydrolases: Acting on carbon-nitrogen bonds, other than peptide bonds.
Other zinc proteins.
EF-hand Ca2+-binding proteins.
List of contributors.
PDB code list.