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Chapter 7: Peptide Mapping and Sequence Analysis of Gel–resolved Proteins—References

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Further Reading

Bond J.S. and Beynon R.J., eds. 1989. Proteolytic enzymes: A practical approach. IRL Press/Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Fontana A. and Gross E. 1986. Fragmentation of polypeptides by chemical methods. In Practical protein chemistry (ed. A. Darbyre), pp. 67–120. Wiley, Chichester, United Kingdom.

Liu T.-Y. 1977. The role of sulfur in proteins. In The proteins, 3rd edition (ed. H. Neurath and R.L. Hill.), pp. 240–403. Academic Press, New York.

Lorand L., ed. 1981. Proteolytic enzymes. Methods Enzymol., vol. 80.

Snyder L.R. and Kirkland J.J. 1979. Introduction to modern liquid chromatography, 2nd edition. Wiley, New York.


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