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  • ISBN: 9780121947125
  • ISBN10: 0121947122

Techniques in Protein Chemistry VI

by Crabb, John W.

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  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Academic Press
  • Publish date: 03/03/1995
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Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. Mass Spectrometry of Peptides and Proteins: The Use of a Volatile N-Terminal Degradation Reagent for Rapid, High-Sensitivity Sequence Analysis of Peptides by Generation of Sequences Ladders, M. Bartlet-Jones, W.A. Jeffery, H.F. Hansen, and D.J.C. Pappin. Investigation of Polyethylene Membranes as Potential Sample Supports for Linking SDS-PAGE with MALDI-TOF MS for the Mass Measurement of Proteins, J.A.Blackledge and A.J. Alexander. Comparison of ESI-MS, LSIMS, and MALDI-TOF-MS for the Primary Structure Analysis of a Monoclonal Antibody, L. Cano, K.M. Swiderek, and J.E. Shively. MS Based Scanning Methodologies Applied to Conus Venom, A.G. Craig, W.H. Fischer, J.E. Rivier, J.M. McIntosh, and W.R. Gray. Direct Coupling of an Automated 2-Dimensional Microcolumn Affinity Chromatography-Capillary HPLC System with Mass Spectrometry for Biomolecule Analysis, D.B Kassell, T.G. Consler, M. Shalaby, P. Sekhri, N. Gordon, and T. Nadler. Edman Degradation and MALDI Sequencing Enables N- and C-Terminal Sequence Analysis of Peptides, R. Kellner, G. Talbo, T. Houthaeve, and M. Mann. Identification of the Amino Terminal Peptide of N-Terminally Blocked Proteins by Differential Deutero-Acetylation Using LC/MS Techniques, C.D. Thulin and K.A. Walsh. Analysis of Posttranslational Processing Events: HPAEC-PAD Analysis of Monoclonal Antibody Glycosylation, J. Rohrer, J. Thayer, N. Avdalovic, and M. Weitzhandler. Carbohydrate Structure Characterization of Two Soluble Forms of a Ligand for the ECK Receptor Tyrosine Kinase, C.L. Clogston, P.L. Derby, R. Toso, J.D. Skrine, M. Zhang, V. Parker, G.M. Fox, T.D. Bartley, and H.S. Lu. Characterization of Individual N- and O-Linked Glycosylation Sites Using Edman DegradationA.A. Gooley, N.H. Packer, A. Pisano, J.W. Redmond, K.L. Williams, A. Jones, M. Loughnan, and P.F. Alewood. The Unexpected Presence of Hydroxylysine in Noncollagenous Proteins, M.S. Molony, S.-L. Wu, L.K. Keyt, and R.J. Harris. Isolation of Escherichia coli Synthesized Recombinant Proteins that Contain ( e -N-Acetyllysine, B.N. Violand, M.R. Schlittler, C.Q. Lawson, J.F. Kane, N.R. Siegel, C.E. Smith, and K.L. Duffin. LC-MS Methods for Selective Detection of Posttranslational Modifications in Proteins: Glycosylation, Phosphorylation, Sulfation, and Acylation, M.F Bean, R.S. Annan, M.E. Hemling, M. Mentzer, M.J. Huddleston, and S.A. Carr. Identification of Phosphorylation Sites by Edman DegradationJ.D. Shannon and J.W. Fox. Determination of the Disulfide Bonds of Human Macrophage Chemoattractant Protein-1 Using a Gas Phase Sequencer, R. Seetharam, J.I. Corman, and S.M. Kamerkar. Protein Sequencing and Amino Acid Analysis: Enzymatic Digestion of PVDF-Bound Proteins in the Presence of Glucopyranoside Detergents: Applicability to Mass Spectrometry, J. Fernandez, F. Gharahdaghi, and S.M. Mische. In-Gel Digestion of SDS PAGE-Separated Proteins: Observations from Internal Sequencing of 25 Proteins, K.R. Williams and K.L. Stone. Peptide Mapping at the 1 m Level: In-Gel vs. PVDF Digestion Techniques, L.A. Merewether, C.L. Clogston, S.D. Patterson, and H.S. Lu. Enzymatic Digestion of Proteins in Zinc Chloride and Ponceau S Stained Gels, S. Zhou and A. Admon. Direct Collection Onto Zitex and PVDF for Edman Sequencing: Elimination of Polybrene, W.A. Burkhart, M.B. Moyer, W.M. Bodnar, A.M. Everson, V.G. Valladares, and J.M. Bailey. Minimizing N-to-O Shift in Edman Sequencing, W.H. Vensel and G.E. Tarr. The Hydrolysis Process and the Quality of Amino Acid Analysis: ABRF-94AAA Collaborative Trial, K. , Yksel, T.T. Andersen, I. Apostol, J.W. Fox, R.J. Paxton, and D.J. Strydom. A Ne
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