Antifreeze Proteins Volume 2: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Applications

Hans Ramløv (Redaktør), Dennis Steven Friis (Redaktør)

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This second volume, written in four parts, offers the reader a thorough review on molecular, structural and applied aspects of antifreeze proteins. The first part treats the structure-function relationship and the physicochemical properties of antifreeze proteins; the second part provides insight into molecular mechanisms affected by antifreeze proteins; the third part presents some of the potential applications in various professional sectors and in the last part the book content is summarized and future research directions and ideas are discussed. Together with the first volume on the environment, systematic and evolution of antifreeze proteins, this book represents a unique, comprehensive work and a must-have for students and scientists in biochemistry, molecular biology, biotechnology and physical chemistry.

Antal sider362
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-030-41947-9
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-030-41948-6
StatusUdgivet - 1 jan. 2020


  • Animal
  • Antifreeze protein
  • Applications
  • Plant

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