Protein Structure, Stability, and Interactions

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Protein Structure, Stability, And Interactions

By John W. Shriver

Protein Structure, Stability, and Interactions PDF. In the areas of biochemistry and cell biology, characterizations of stability and molecular interactions call for a quantitative approach with a level of precision that matches the fine tuning of these interactions in a living cell. Supporting and up-dating previous Methods in Molecular Biology™ volumes, Protein Structure, Stability, and Interactions approaches its subject with a focus on theory and practical applications for both established methods as well as exciting new procedures. The volume presents an overview of many techniques currently used to study protein stability and interactions, including scanning and titration calorimetry, spectroscopic methods, high field NMR, and analytical ultracentrifugation. As a volume of the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology™ series, this work provides the kind of detailed description and implementation advice that is crucial for getting optimal results.

Cutting-edge and easy to reference, Protein Structure, Stability, and Interactions is an ideal guide for all scientists interested in biomolecular interactions.

Table of Contents

Protein Structure, Stability, and Interactions Table of Contents

  1. Clinical signs of disease
  2. Signs of disease requiring immediate attention by a veterinary professional
  3. Observation, physical examination and diagnostic tests
  4. General stabilization of sick birds
  5. Heat
  6. Fluid therapy
  7. Nutritional support
  8. Oxygen
  9. Analgesia and anesthesia
  10. Quick guide for stabilizing birds in case of severe dyspnea, debilitation and shock
  11. Leg band constriction
  12. Bleeding pin feather
  13. Hyperthermia
  14. Bleeding nail or beak tip
  15. Perforating (bite) trauma of the beak
  16. Lacerations and cuts
  17. Bite wound or deep wound caused by claws
  18. Self-mutilation
  19. Burn injuries
  20. Contact with rodent or insect glue
  21. Oiled birds
  22. Intoxications
  23. Concussion
  24. Cloacal prolapse
  25. Vomiting
  26. Crop stasis
  27. Seizures
  28. Egg binding / Dystocia
  29. Dyspnea
  30. Falling, abnormal stances and abnormal movements
  31. Paralysis
  32. Abnormal eye or closed eyelids (inability or unwillingness to open the eye)
  33. Abnormal position of limbs. Fractures and luxations
  34. Maxillary hyperextension/palatine bone luxation
  35. Abnormal droppings
  36. Damaged air sac

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