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Antimicrobial Peptides

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Download Antimicrobial Peptides written by David A. Phoenix, Sarah R. Dennison, Frederick Harris in PDF format. This book is under the category Biology and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 3527332634/9783527332632. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book. We do NOT provide access codes, we provide eBooks ONLY. Instant access will be granted as soon as you complete the payment.

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book-author

David A. Phoenix, Sarah R. Dennison, Frederick Harris

publisher

Wiley-VCH

file-type

PDF

pages

248 pages

language

English

asin

B00D89KLJK

isbn10

3527332634

isbn13

9783527332632


Book Description

Antimicrobial Peptides (PDF), written by a knowledgeable and small team of contributors, presents the subject in an approach that is both simple to understand and comprehensive, making it an excellent resource for novice researchers as well as students.

The end product is a highly understandable and methodically organized introduction to antimicrobial peptides, including topics such as how they function organically, how they are created, and how they move. The authors point the best route in the direction of a rational design of this potentially very effective new class of scientific antibiotics that are on the cusp of having commercial application. They achieve this by discussing their design standards, as well as goal membranes and the linkages between building and exercise. In the final section of the book, the author discusses recent achievements in the use of peptides as anticancer agents.

NOTE: The only component of this product is a PDF version of the ebook titled “Antimicrobial Peptides.” There are no access codes contained within.

book-author

David A. Phoenix, Sarah R. Dennison, Frederick Harris

publisher

Wiley-VCH

file-type

PDF

pages

248 pages

language

English

asin

B00D89KLJK

isbn10

3527332634

isbn13

9783527332632

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