Ligand-receptor energetics: a guide for the perplexed / Irving M. Klotz. Author. Klotz, Irving M. (Irving Myron), Published. New York: Wiley, c It alsodescribes the calculations and meanings of energetic quantities forligand- receptor -Receptor Energetics is the only book on this topic. A Guide for the Perplexed Irving M. Klotz measurements provide the essential data from which all aspects of ligand-receptor interactions are then examined.
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University of Western Australia. A Guide for the Perplexed A Wiley-interscience publication.
Numerical Evaluations of Stoichiometric Binding Constants 7. He has published books on thermodynamics and biochemical energetics, as well as many research papers on ligand-receptor interactions and the structure and function of proteins. See details x additional description. Tags What are tags? The Biology of Belief: Skip to content Skip to search.
Ligand-Receptor Energetics: A Guide for the Perplexed
A Learning Aid for Students Based on You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. This clearly written guide presents different approaches for studying the biological activities involved when small and large molecules ligands and receptors interact ligand-recpetor form complex macromolecules such as proteins.
A Brief History Of Time: Irving MyronPublished New York: University of Sydney Library. John Irving Paperback Books in English. It features numerous specific examples; tables ofliterature results; extensive, up-to-date thermodynamic data;graphical representations of ligand bonding concepts; and fourhelpful appendices.
The University of Melbourne. Table of contents Number of Liganded Molecules. Open to the public Forces of Interaction Request permission to reuse content from this site. Subjects Ligand binding Biochemistry — Thermodynamics.