By Professor Robert Crichton
Human Blood Plasma Proteins provides an summary of the proteins present in human blood plasma, with specified emphasis on their constitution and serve as and courting to pathological states and sickness. issues lined comprise:
- introduction to blood parts and blood plasma proteins
- blood plasma protein domain names, motifs and repeats
- blood plasma protein households and posttranslational adjustments
- blood coagulation and fibrinolysis
- the supplement process
- the immune method
- cytokines and progress components
- transport and garage
the knowledge of every protein mentioned during this booklet in a few element is summarised on the finish of every bankruptcy in a Data Sheet , the place you can see an important information of every protein at one look. complete cross-referencing to protein databases is given and plenty of of the proteins mentioned are observed through their 3D constitution.
Attractively provided in complete color, Human Blood Plasma Proteins is a vital atlas of this proteome for somebody operating in biochemistry, protein chemistry and proteomics, structural biology, and medication.
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Human blood plasma proteins: structure and function by Professor Robert Crichton