Post-translational Processing: A Practical Approach by S. J. HigginsPost-translational Processing: A Practical Approach by S. J. Higgins

Post-translational Processing: A Practical Approach

EditorS. J. Higgins, B. D. Hames

Paperback | May 1, 1999

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Post - Translational Modification: A Practical Approach and its companion volume Protein Expression: A Practical Approach form the final part of the PAS mini-series on protein synthesis and processing. This volume begins with a chapter on protein sequencing followed by a chapter on proteinfolding and import into organelles. The next three chapters cover the three major forms of covalent modification: phosphorylation, glycosylation, and lipid modification. Proteolytic processing the is the next topic and the final two chapters are concerned with protein turnover in mammalian cells andyeast. This book is a comprehensive volume of the best current methodology and is designed to be used at the bench or away from the bench to gain insight into future experimental approached.
David Hames is at University of Leeds. Steve Higgins is at University of Leeds.
Title:Post-translational Processing: A Practical ApproachFormat:PaperbackPublished:May 1, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199637954

ISBN - 13:9780199637959


Table of Contents

1. Keen and Ashcroft: Sequence Analysis of Expressed Proteins2. Rassow: Protein Folding and Import into Organelles3. Walaas and Ostvold: 4. Ashford and Platt: Protein Glycosylation5. Hooper and McIlhinney: Lipid Modification of Proteins6. Creemers et al: Proteolytic Processing7. Ciechanover and Wiederanders: 8. Hilt and Wolf: Protein Degradation and Proteinases in Yeast

Editorial Reviews

`"...this book is a valuable addition to the literature and should find its way on to several laboratory benches."'MicroBioloy Today