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Current Protocols in Protein Science

Current Protocols in Protein Science

Last Update: April 01, 2015
Print ISSN: 1934-3655
Online ISSN: 1934-3663

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Supplement 79, February 2015


Unit 15.4 Application of meta- and para-Phenylenediamine as Enhanced Oxime Ligation Catalysts for Protein Labeling, PEGylation, Immobilization, and Release
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Unit 19.25 Measuring Protein-Protein and Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions by Biolayer Interferometry
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Unit 19.26 Analysis of Protein Ligand-Receptor Binding by Photoaffinity Cross-Linking
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Unit 28.9 Analysis of Protein Stability and Ligand Interactions by Thermal Shift Assay
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Unit 30.4 Ligand-Directed Profiling of Organelles with Internalizing Phage Libraries
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Proteins are one of the fundamental elements of life, along with nucleic and fatty acids, carbohydrates, and a few other types of molecules. Current Protocols in Protein Science provides the most comprehensive collection of methods for the study of all aspects of proteins, and includes both classic and state-of-the-art methods for protein purification, identification, modification, engineering, structure determination, interaction studies, and proteomic analysis. All aspects of the study of proteins are accounted for in this unparalleled series.

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