About the book
Protein detection is an easy method but requires precision. While many techniques make the detection simplified, the information that cannot be resolved with a single method can be handled with complementary methods. A range of techniques may provide options but sample size, composition, and origin are critical properties in choosing the right technique. It should be noted that not all proteins are straight amino acid polymers rather formed from chimeric structures. Further, the location and physical properties of proteins bring additional considerations. Imagine a membrane protein that is embedded into a lipid bilayer and an acidic protein. Therefore, selecting proper conditions such as pH buffered solutions set the right agenda for the detection. The cellular milieu and tissue environment bring additional precautions including off-targeting and interference with other macromolecules. Protein chemistry is unique and proper selection to provide the right detection. For this reason, this book covers comprehensive and innovative techniques in protein detection and may be useful for the scientific community.