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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This book offers a detailed exposition of these fundamentals and of the treatment of multiple equilibria in successive steps of the binding of ligands to receptors. Lipton Paperback, 7. Forces of Interaction A Guide for the Perplexed Irving M.
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Ligand-Receptor Energetics: A Guide for the Perplexed
Author Klotz, Irving M. Publication Data Place of Publication. Paperback Irving Wallace Books. A Guide for the Perplexed A Wiley-interscience publication. Subjects Ligand binding Biochemistry — Thermodynamics.
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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. The Biology of Belief: A Brief History Of Time: Login to add to list. Open to the public From a Stoichiometric Perspective. Table of contents Number of Liganded Molecules.
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Ligand-Receptor Energetics: A Guide for the Perplexed by Irving M. Klotz (Paperback, 1997)
The University of Queensland. 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. Show more Show less. Would you like to change to the site?
Energetkcs alsodescribes the calculations and meanings of energetic quantities forligand-receptor complexes. Be the first to add this to a list. Add a tag Cancel Binding molecular. It features numerous specific examples; tables of literature results; extensive, up-to-date thermodynamic data; graphical representations of ligand bonding concepts; and four helpful appendices.
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Researchers in the life sciences who are unaware of the origins of the fundamental concepts and theoretical constructs in ligand-receptor energetics may fail to recognize the hidden assumptions and premises in their interpretations of observed phenomena.
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