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Introduction to Protein Structure
Published January 3rd by Garland Science first published July 1st Reviews “The strength of the book lies in its beautiful art work and its logical dissection of the baffling complexities of protein structures…admirably concise, lucid and accurate presentations of difficult concepts…invaluable for students…” Nature “As an introduction to what proteins look like, how they fold up and how they interact with other molecules, large and small this book has no peer.
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