Equilibria and Kinetics of Biological Macromolecules
provides readers with an understanding of the biophysics of macromolecules. Presented with a pedagogical approach, beginning with introductory concepts, the book addresses thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, ligand binding of proteins, and conformational stability, before focusing on focuses on kinetics and equilibria via discussion of discussion of theory, protein folding, and stochastic models. Placing a strong emphasis on molecular interactions, this reference also contains extensive appendices offer refreshers on probability, deriving grand partial functions, computational methods, helix-coil transition theory, laplace transformation, Poisson equation, defining molecular boundaries, and various equations, among other useful facts.
Keywords: Biochemistry (Chemical Biology)