Ionic Interactions in Natural and Synthetic MacromoleculeseBook - 2012
The book also explores complex micellar organizations involving charged macromolecules (e.g. DNA) and low-molecular-weight ampholytes and strong protein associations. The resulting structures are relevant to a variety of functional biological systems and synthetic analogs. The contribution of electrostatic and hydrophobic interaction to the stability of proteins and other supramolecular structures will also be analyzed. There are chapters on applications such as deionization and cosmetic formulation.
This 21-chapter book is divided into three sections:Fundamentals Mixed Interactions Functions and Applications