By Jeffrey Griffith
How do you retain song of easy details at the proteins you're employed with? the place do you discover information in their physicochemical houses, amino acid sequences, and constitution? Are you uninterested in scanning assessment articles, fundamental papers, and databases to find that elusive truth?
The educational Press FactsBook sequence has validated itself because the most sensible resource of easily-accessible and exact proof approximately protein teams. defined as "a starting to be sequence of fine manuals" via Molecular drugs Today and "essential works of reference" by means of Trends in Biochemical Sciences, the FactsBooks became the preferred finished info assets to be had. utilizing an easy-to-follow layout, the FactsBooks will continue you recent with the newest advances in constitution, amino acid sequences, physicochemical homes, and organic task. Meticulously researched and compiled by way of specialists within the box, holding abreast of advancements hasn't ever been so easy!
The Transporter FactsBook comprises entries overlaying virtually 800 transporters. geared up into fifty five households of structurally comparable transporters, this quantity contains ATPases, ABC transporters, H+-dependent antiporters and symporters, Na+-dependent antiporters and symporters, and different transporters equivalent to mitochondrial transporters.
- Nomenclature, organic assets and substrates
- Phylogenetic relationships
- Predicted structures
- Physical and genetic characteristics
- Multiple amino acid series alignments
- Database accession numbers
- Key references
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