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by Robert K. Scopes

Download Protein Purification: Principles and Practice (Springer Advanced Texts in Chemistry) ePub
  • ISBN 0387965556
  • ISBN13 978-0387965550
  • Language English
  • Author Robert K. Scopes
  • Publisher Springer Verlag; Subsequent edition (November 1, 1987)
  • Pages 329
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  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
  • Size ePub 1415 kb
  • Size Fb2 1615 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 988

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Series: Springer Advanced Texts in Chemistry. Hardcover: 380 pages. I find this book, protein purification: principles and practice, is one of the best sources to understand the bases of protein purification techniques. The book describes the mechanisms, chemistry bases, and practical considerations of different protein purification methods. Moreover, the book is written easily for ns with background ranging from weak to excellent in biochemistry.

I find this book, protein purification: principles and practice, is. .He wrote this book to help biochemistry labs make more informed decisions on protein purification rather than just defaulting on some already familiar kit or protocol

I find this book, protein purification: principles and practice, is one of the best sources to understand the bases of protein purification techniques. He wrote this book to help biochemistry labs make more informed decisions on protein purification rather than just defaulting on some already familiar kit or protocol. Scopes succeeded in this purpose with flying colors: he hit a rare balance that makes this book fun to read.

However, some areas of chemistry, especially many of those taught at the graduate level, suffer from a real lack of.These should serve the needs of one semester or one quarter graduate courses in chemistry and biochemistry.

However, some areas of chemistry, especially many of those taught at the graduate level, suffer from a real lack of up-to-date textbooks. It is not often easy to persuade such individuals to set time aside to help spread the knowledge they have accumulated.

I find this book, protein purification: principles and practice, is one of the best sources to understand the bases of.

I find this book, protein purification: principles and practice, is one of the best sources to understand the bases of protein purification techniques. August 21, 1996 Format: Hardcover Scientists and educators alike will benefit from Robert K. Scopes thorough and up-to-date examination of the techniques behind the science of protein purification.

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Protein Purification. Principles and Practice Series: Springer Advanced Texts in Chemistry. Affinity Chromatography: Methods and Protocols. Each chapter describes a specific technique, and since the book is intended to help the beginner, each technique is described simply and clearly, making sure that all relevant steps are included, assuming no previous knowledge.

Release Date:October 1986.

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Talk about Protein Purification: Principles and Practice (Springer Advanced Texts in Chemistry)


krot
I am a graduate student that was given the task to purify a protein of interest. We have been trying to purify this protein for a while however since we are using recombinant technology in E. coli it's being expressed as an inclusion body. I received the second edition which was published in the late eighties before recombinant expression was widely used so it's a topic that isn't really touched in the text (although the author anticipated its wide usage in the future).

This book does have a great deal of information on the basic protocol of protein purification as well as some handy tips to use in the event that your protein is insoluble or not easily purified. I do recommend this book for people who are just starting to tackle protein purification. It is well written and the author clearly knows what he is talking about. However if you are using this to optimize purification of recombinant proteins I would recommend looking for a newer book (and if you find a better one comment back!)
Groll
I find this book, protein purification: principles and practice, is one of the best sources to understand the bases of protein purification techniques. The book describes the mechanisms, chemistry bases, and practical considerations of different protein purification methods. Moreover, the book is written easily for scientists/technicians with background ranging from weak to excellent in biochemistry. If you were new to the field of protein purification, this book will help you to build skills in a very short time since it fills the missing gapes in almost famous protocols by providing very easy background information about each purification procedure. I highly recommend to have it on your book shelf.
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Working on various biochemical techniques but I have not used them for a while. This is a great refresher and intro for beginners.
ChallengeMine
This book is great. It provides good, detailed biochemical explanations / theory for a variety of techniques used in protein purification, which are essential for troubleshooting tricky purifications or just getting more knowledgeable in the field.
Nikojas
In the first chapter of Protein Purification, Scopes notes that more and more biochemical techniques are black boxed, with kits eliminating the need for an understanding of biochemical principles (e.g., "precipitate with Acme Solution B, pour off Solution B, and redissolve precipitant in Solution C"). Scopes notes that with a proper understanding of biochemistry, one can save money on kits and do more purification steps with standard lab materials and reagents. He wrote this book to help biochemistry labs make more informed decisions on protein purification rather than just defaulting on some already familiar kit or protocol.
Scopes succeeded in this purpose with flying colors: he hit a rare balance that makes this book fun to read. Each chapter is well-laid out, concetrating on a single separation technique's general practice and the theoretical foundations for that method. The basic ideas and materials are laid out, with clear, well-picked illustrations.
I was particularly happy with the mathematical treament Scopes gives: understanding the thermodynamics or physics of a process aids your intuitive understanding and makes your troubleshooting skills much more honed.
Perius
Very good introduction to protein purification strategies.