© 1982

Methods in Protein Sequence Analysis

  • Marshall Elzinga

Part of the Experimental Biology and Medicine book series (EBAM, volume 3)

Table of contents

  1. Communications: Sequence Methods

    1. I. V. Nazimov, N. B. Levina, L. G. Snezhkova, O. S. Reshetova
      Pages 533-534
    2. John W. Crabb, John C. Saari
      Pages 535-536
    3. M. van der Rest, P. P. Fietzek
      Pages 537-537
    4. J. Van Beeumen, J. Van Damme, J. De Ley
      Pages 541-542
  2. Communications: New Sequences

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 543-543
    2. J. H. Collins, W. J. Ball, L. K. Lane, A. S. Zot
      Pages 549-550
    3. Mary D. Dietler, Donald D. Kasarda
      Pages 551-551
    4. Bruce W. Erickson, Janet M. Sekulski, Peter H. Sellers
      Pages 553-554
    5. Rae Greenberg, Merton L. Groves
      Pages 555-556
    6. Hans Jörnvall, Jonathan Jeffery, Anders Carlström, Mats Carlquist, Viktor Mutt
      Pages 557-558
    7. Florence Lederer, Rachid Ghrir, Bernard Guiard, Akio Ito
      Pages 563-564
    8. M. B. Lees, B. Chao, R. Laursen, J. L’Italian, J. Evans
      Pages 565-566
    9. D. D. Kasarda, J-C Autran, C. C. Nimmo, E. J-L Lew
      Pages 567-567
    10. Nobuyo Maeda, Walter M. Fitch
      Pages 569-570
    11. Pier Carlo Montecucchi, Luigia Gozzini
      Pages 571-572

About this book


Methods in Protein Sequence Analysis contains an intensely prac­ tical account of all the new methodology available to scientists carrying out protein and peptide sequencing studies. Many of the striking advances in fields as diverse as immunology, cell motility, and neurochemistry have in fact been fueled by our ever more powerful ability to determine the sequences and structures of key proteins and peptides. It is our hope that the rich array of tech­ niques and methods for sequencing proteins discussed in this volume-methods that generate much of the information crucial to progress in modern biology-will now become accessible to all who can benefit from them. The papers of the present volume constitute the Proceedings of the IVth International Conference on Methods in Protein Se­ quence Analysis, which was held at Brookhaven National Labo­ ratory, Upton, NY, September 21-25, 1981. It was the most recent in a series of biennial conferences, the previous one having been held in Heidelberg, GFR, in 1979. The series was originated by Richard Laursen, and initially dealt with one aspect of the field, solid-phase sequencing. The scope of the meeting was very broad and among the many aspects of protein sequencing discussed were: instrumentation, strategy, chemicals, mass spectrometry, cleavage of proteins and separation of peptides, and solid, liquid, manual, and even "gas­ phase" sequencing.


ATP ATP-Synthase Amino acid DNA Methodologie Nucleotide RNA enzymes primary structure protein sequence protein structure proteins

Editors and affiliations

  • Marshall Elzinga
    • 1
  1. 1.Brookhaven National LaboratoryUptonUSA

Bibliographic information

  • Book Title Methods in Protein Sequence Analysis
  • Authors Marshall Elzinga
  • Series Title Experimental Biology and Medicine
  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Humana Press 1982
  • Publisher Name Humana Press
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Hardcover ISBN 978-0-89603-038-1
  • Softcover ISBN 978-1-4612-5834-6
  • eBook ISBN 978-1-4612-5832-2
  • Edition Number 1
  • Number of Pages XXVII, 589
  • Number of Illustrations 0 b/w illustrations, 0 illustrations in colour
  • Topics Biochemistry, general
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