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The Biophysical Chemistry of Nucleic Acids By Thomas Creighton
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This volume describes all the biophysical and chemical properties of the nucleic acids DNA and RNA: their structures and physical properties, the topological properties of DNA, and their sequencing... More > and synthesis, unfolding and hybridization, and binding to proteins. Color is used throughout to enhance the many illustrations. These chapters are taken from the larger volume "The Biophysical Chemistry of Nucleic Acids & Proteins" (2010, Helvetian Press, www.HelvetianPress.com).< Less
The Biophysical Chemistry of Proteins By Thomas Creighton
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The physical and chemical properties of proteins are described: their structures, physical properties, sequences and synthesis, evolution, chemical reactivities, unfolding and refolding, ligand... More > binding, cooperativity, allosteric interactions, catalysis by enzymes and their regulation. Full color is used throughout to enhance the many illustrations. These chapters are taken from the larger volume "The Biophysical Chemistry of Nucleic Acids & Proteins" (2010, Helvetian Press, www.HelvetianPress.com).< Less
Perspectives in Biophysical Plant Ecophysiology: A Tribute to Park S. Nobel By Erick De la Barrera, William K. Smith
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Park S. Nobel pioneered the coupling of cellular physical chemistry with plant physiology, providing a sound physicochemical interpretation of the laws of diffusion to a rapidly expanding field of... More > plant physiological ecology. His classical textbook is the only one of its kind to provide an extensive array of quantitative problems and solutions in the field of plant biophysics and ecophysiology, extending from the molecular to the ecological level. In this festschrift, former graduate students and postdocs, as well as colleagues of Prof. Nobel present a series of reviews that include scales from sub-cellular to global, and topics that range from desert succulent biology to the physiology of alpine plants, encompassing basic research and applications in agronomy and conservation biology. This state-of-the-field survey provides current and useful information for professionals and graduate students, while illustrating the broad span of the influence that Nobel's career has had on modern ecophysiology.< Less
Perspectives in Biophysical Plant Ecophysiology: A Tribute to Park S. Nobel By Erick De la Barrera, William K. Smith
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Park S. Nobel pioneered the coupling of cellular physical chemistry with plant physiology, providing a sound physicochemical interpretation of the laws of diffusion to a rapidly expanding field of... More > plant physiological ecology. His classical textbook is the only one of its kind to provide an extensive array of quantitative problems and solutions in the field of plant biophysics and ecophysiology, extending from the molecular to the ecological level. In this festschrift, former graduate students and postdocs, as well as colleagues of Prof. Nobel present a series of reviews that include scales from sub-cellular to global, and topics that range from desert succulent biology to the physiology of alpine plants, encompassing basic research and applications in agronomy and conservation biology. This state-of-the-field survey provides current and useful information for professionals and graduate students, while illustrating the broad span of the influence that Nobel's career has had on modern ecophysiology.< Less
Perspectives in Biophysical Plant Ecophysiology: A Tribute to Park S. Nobel By Erick De la Barrera, William K. Smith
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Park S. Nobel pioneered the coupling of cellular physical chemistry with plant physiology, providing a sound physicochemical interpretation of the laws of diffusion to a rapidly expanding field of... More > plant physiological ecology. His classical textbook is the only one of its kind to provide an extensive array of quantitative problems and solutions in the field of plant biophysics and ecophysiology, extending from the molecular to the ecological level. In this festschrift, former graduate students and postdocs, as well as colleagues of Prof. Nobel present a series of reviews that include scales from sub-cellular to global, and topics that range from desert succulent biology to the physiology of alpine plants, encompassing basic research and applications in agronomy and conservation biology. This state-of-the-field survey provides current and useful information for professionals and graduate students, while illustrating the broad span of the influence that Nobel's career has had on modern ecophysiology.< Less
The Physical and Chemical Basis of Molecular Biology: Fundamentals By Thomas Creighton
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This book describes the most fundamental aspects of biophysical chemistry: thermodynamics for molecular biology, calorimetry, noncovalent interactions between atoms and molecules, hydrogen bonds,... More > intramolecular interactions and cooperativity, aqueous solutions, hydration, compressibilities, the hydrophobic interaction, membranes and detergents, ionization and electrostatic interactions, buffers, Hofmeister series, kinetics of biochemical reactions, transition states, free-energy relationships, isotopes and radioactivity, hydrogen exchange, and mass spectrometry. These chapters are taken from the larger volume "The Physical and Chemical Basis of Molecular Biology" (2010, Helvetian Press, www.HelvetianPress.com).< Less
Principles of Medical and Dental Lasers: An Introduction to Laser Medicine and Laser Dentistry By Rene Franzen
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This book is especially written for physicians and dentists who are new to the exciting field of lasers. It will give you a good reference for the physical and biophysical part of laser medicine and... More > dentistry. It may also serve you well as a reference and study material in a fellowship or master's program. There are many books about lasers and laser physics, but these are written by physicists for physicists - and they generally do not address the specific knowledge a doctor needs to be aware of when it comes to laser-tissue-interaction. In this book, I want to cut to the chase. I will give you the background information you need when new to the field of laser medicine or laser dentistry: Your laser: what is that thing you just bought or are considering to use? How does absorption, scattering and transmission in biological tissues take place? On what parameters do the clinical effects depend? How can a laser be used as a minimally invasive tool in modern medicine?< Less
Cochlear Nonlinearity By Luc Johan Kanis
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A Ph.D. thesis about nonlinearity in the cochlea. Outer Hair Cells in the Organ of Corti amplify sound waves in a nonlinear way. For instance, they produce combination tones that do not exist in the... More > original sound wave.< Less
Cochlear Nonlinearity By Luc Johan Kanis
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A Ph.D. thesis about nonlinearity in the cochlea. Outer Hair Cells in the Organ of Corti amplify sound waves in a nonlinear way. For instance, they produce combination tones that do not exist in the... More > original sound wave.< Less
Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging By Yi Wang
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This text provides a contemporary (2016) introduction to fundamental concepts of MRI and connects them to the latest developments. It contains three parts: I. Section the body into voxels. Part I... More > describes the Fourier encoding using the gradient field in magnetic resonance, and k-space sampling. II. What’s in a voxel? Part II examines the effects of the biophysical processes in a voxel on MRI signal. A unified distributional evaluation of the phase factor in a voxel and intuitive biophysical models are developed for MRI signal dependence on spin fluctuation in a thermal microenvironment (T1/T2 relaxation (cellularity)), micro- and macro physiological motion (diffusion, perfusion, flow and biomechanical motion (vascularity)), and molecular electron response to the B_0 field (magnetic susceptibility and chemical shift (biomolecularity)). III. How to operate MRI? Part III describes MRI safety issues, hardware including RF coils for parallel imaging, software, MRI scanning, and routine MRI protocols.< Less