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eBook Structure of Fibrous Biopolymers ePub

by E. D. T. Atkins,A. Keller

  • ISBN: 0408706937
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: E. D. T. Atkins,A. Keller
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Butterworths (July 1975)
  • Pages: 476
  • ePub book: 1890 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1225 kb
  • Other: txt lrf lit doc
  • Rating: 4.8
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Structures of carbohydrate polymers: E. Atkins. 1 Gardner, K. H. and Blackwell,J. Biopolymer$ 1974, 13, 1975 2 Sarko, A. in 'Structure of Fibrous Biopolymers', (Eds E. T. will undergo a transformation with subsequent consequences on macromolecular interactions, properties and behaviour. Atkins and A. Keller), Butterworths, London, p. 335 3 Fulton, W. S. and Atkins, E. in 'Fibre Diffraction. Methods', (Eds A. French and K. Gardner), ACS Symposium Series 141, 1980, 385 4 Gardner, K. Biopolymers 1975, 14, 1581 5 Frei,E.

Structure of Fibrous Biopolymers. Keller Butterworths; London, 1975 437 pages. The title is mis-leading, since the symposium was mainly concerned with the structure and function of collagen and mucopolysaccharides, though about one-third of the papers dealt with plant cell-wall polysaccharides, insect cuticle, starch, keratin and model polypeptides

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