There are some excellent books which act as additional material for the
course. This is not a comprehensive list, but it helps set the scene.
(Consultants and students: please suggest others -
my fingers are tired)
The textbook which most closely follows the course material and is at
the same level is:
Introduction to Protein Structure, C. Branden and J. Tooze,
Another classic, rather more detailed, but less biological is:
Principles of Protein Structure, G.E.Schulz and R.H.Schirmer,
A short list of others
Protein Crystallography, T.L.Blundell and L.N.Johnson,
Academic Press (1976).
Principles of Nucleic Acid Structure, W.Saenger, Springer (1984).
Enzyme Structure and Mechanism, A.Fersht, (Freeman) (1984). 2/e
References for related disciplnes
Biochemistry, L.Stryer, (Freeman) (1988) 3/e
Molecular Biology of the Cell,
B.Alberts, D.Bray, J.Lewis, M.Raff, K.Roberts, J.D.Watson,