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John R. Chapman recreates the success of his earlier acclaimed book (Protein and Peptide Analysis by Mass Spectrometry, 1996) with a major new collection of cutting-edge methods in the analysis of proteins and peptides. Contributed by well-established investigators, each chapter provides background information before guiding the researcher step-by-step through the experimental process, with detailed instructions to help assure experimental success. The applications covered range widely and include protein sequencing, higher-order structure determination, epitope mapping, kinetics, quantitation, glycosylation analysis, and bacterial typing. Authoritative and eminently practical, Mass Spectrometry of Proteins and Peptides demonstrates the full scope of this versatile analytical technique. All protein chemists and biochemists, as well as bioanalytical scientists, who want to exploit these powerful methods in their work, will find this book indispensable.
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James A. Chapman (September 4, 1821 – December 12, 1885) was a physician in the U.S. state of Oregon who served three non-consecutive terms as mayor of Portland, Oregon.
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