By Bal Ram Singh
content material: uncomplicated facets of the approach and functions of infrared spectroscopy of peptides and proteins / Bal Ram Singh --
reading spectra of peptides and proteins / Samuel Krimm --
Fourier rework infrared spectroscopic stories of peptides : potentials and pitfalls / Parvez I. Haris --
Attenuated overall mirrored image infrared spectroscopy : orientation and tertiary structural alterations of proteins or peptides inserted right into a lipid bilayer / E. Goormaghtigh and J.-M. Ruysschaert --
decision of the secondary constitution of proteins from amide I and amide III infrared bands utilizing partial least-square process / S. Cai and Bal Ram Singh --
choice of secondary constitution in protein aggregates utilizing attenuated overall reflectance FTIR / A.L. Fink ... [et al.] --
Thermal denaturation of elastase within the presence and shortage of guanidinium chloride : an IR spectroscopic and DSC research / D.M. Byler, D.L. Lee, and C.S. Randall --
Molecular response mechanisms of proteins monitored via time-resolved FTIR and FT-Raman spectroscopy / Klaus Gerwert --
research of cytokine-receptor interactions via isotope-edited FTIR spectroscopy / Tiansheng Li ... [et al.].
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