Metal ions in metalloproteins are critical to the protein's function, structure, and stability. Because numerous essential biological functions require metal ions and most of these functions involve metalloproteins, understanding metalloproteins and how to manipulate them is of great importance in the biological and medical fields. This book examines current research on metalloproteins and the interplay between theory and experiment, detailing the role of theoretical modeling in the field and explaining how it aids experiments. The text also presents the current state of computational protein modeling, enabling researchers to adopt computation as an integral component of their studies.
Korea University, Korea