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  1. Chiropractic: The physics of spinal correction (Chiropractic biophysics) by Donald D Harrison, 1982
  2. Detection of Liquid Explosives and Flammable Agents in Connection with Terrorism (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series B: Physics and Biophysics) ... Security Series B: Physics and Biophysics) by Hiltmar Schubert, 2008-05-29
  3. Applied Biophysics: A Molecular Approach for Physical Scientists by Tom Waigh, 2007-09-24
  4. Nonequilibrium thermodynamics in biophysics by A. Katchalsky, Peter F. Curran, 1967-01-01
  5. Biophysics by Vasantha Pattabhi, N. Gautham, 2010-05-30
  6. Thermal Biophysics of Membranes (Tutorials in Biophysics) by Thomas Heimburg, 2007-09-19
  7. Multiple Aspects of DNA and RNA: from Biophysics to Bioinformatics, Volume Session LXXXII: Lecture Notes of the Les Houches Summer School 2004
  8. Metamaterials and Plasmonics: Fundamentals, Modelling, Applications (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series B: Physics and Biophysics) (Volume 0)
  9. Biophysics
  10. The Physical Basis of Biochemistry: The Foundations of Molecular Biophysics by Peter R. Bergethon, 2010-09-01
  11. Molecular Simulations and Biomembranes: From Biophysics to Function (RSC Biomolecular Sciences)
  12. Equations of Membrane Biophysics by N. Lakshminarayanaiah, Lakshninyaiah, 1984-01
  13. Elements of Biophysics by James E. Randall, 1962-12

41. Center For Biophysics And Computational Biology | University Of Illinois At Urba
A group of research facilities and educational institutes at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 156 Davenport Hall MC-147, 607 South Mathews Avenue Urbana, IL 61801 USA Ph: (217) 333 1630, FAX: (217) 244 6615, E-Mail: Director: Robert M Clegg Administrative Coordinator: Cindy Dodds Quick Links: UIUC Student Links: Grad College Links: School of MCB Links: Other Program Links: Outside Links:
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Professor Eric Oldfield will be awarded the Biophysical Society 's 2011 Avanti Award in Lipids for his pioneering research using NMR methods to investigate lipid membrane structure, and for his work in drug discovery targeting lipid biosynthesis.
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42. Biophysics (science) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
biophysics (science), discipline concerned with the application of the principles and methods of physics and the other physical sciences to the solution of biological problems.
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Table of Contents: biophysics Article Article Historical background Historical background Interdisciplinary work Interdisciplinary work Areas of study Areas of study - Protein structure Protein structure - Deoxyribonucleic acid Deoxyribonucleic acid - The nerve impulse The nerve impulse - Biological membranes Biological membranes - Muscle contraction Muscle contraction - Sensory communication Sensory communication Additional Reading Additional Reading Related Articles Related Articles External Web sites External Web sites Citations Primary Contributor: Arthur K. Solomon

43. Egyptian Biophysical Society
Aims to encourage Egyptian researchers in the field of biophysics to exchange ideas and to encourage and help young biophysicists. Includes information on the Society, news, conferences and the journal.

44. Physics Department, Princeton University - Biophysics
Almost every area of modern biology, from molecular genetics to neuroscience, is being revolutionized by large scale, quantitative experiments.
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Princeton University offers a unique environment for research and education at the interface between physics and biology. The Department of Physics has several faculty members with interests in biology, the Department of Molecular Biology has several faculty members who were educated as physicists, and many traditional biology laboratories on campus have students or postdocs with physics backgrounds. Barriers between departments are low, and reduced still further by multidisciplinary initiatives such as the Lewis-Sigler Institute , the Neuroscience graduate program, and the Biophysics certificate program for undergraduates. In just the past few years, the number of Princeton faculty with interests at the physics/biology interface has grown enormously, creating new opportunities for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
  • Robert H. Austin : What physics can do for biology, what biology can do for physics. Dynamics of proteins, DNA and cells William Bialek : Coding, computation and learning in the nervous system; noise and the physical limits to biological functions; statistical mechanics and information theory

45. European Biophysical Societies' Association
Disseminates knowledge of the principles and applications of biophysics, and fosters the exchange of scientific information among European biophysicists.
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46. Graduate Field Of Biophysics
Graduate field of biophysics, department of molecular biology and genetics
  • Teaching Research Extension About MBG ... Graduate Programs > Field of Biophysics Biophysics A relatively young and interdisciplinary field compared with the traditional sciences of physics and chemistry, biophysics holds great promise for new understandings and practical applications. One team of biophysicists at Cornell, the Structure-Based Drug Design Group, is applying advanced techniques for determining three-dimensional molecular structures to the development of new methods for creating novel drugs. Combining the X-ray diffraction patterns of crystals, the results of high-resolution, multidimensional NMR spectroscopy and advanced computational methods, the biophysicists study the molecular architecture of specific target proteins, such as viral components, at atomic resolution to gain insight into the design of new inhibitors that could bind and disable those proteins.
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47. International Union For Pure And Applied Biophysics
Established worldwide professional society based in England for all biophysics-related disciplines.
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Application guidelines can be found at The Meeting will be held in Baltimore, Maryland, March 5-9, 2011.
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This Postgraduate Program has been produced by Professor Marcelo Morales, with the assistance of funding from both ICSU and IUPAB. BRAZIL CONF Preliminary Program News
October 1-6, 2010: International Autumn School Biophysics for Medicine
This school will cover Basic Concepts, New Techniques and Application Perspectives. It will be held at Vulcan, Brasov County, Romania. The link to the school webpage is via Conferences
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48. The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Physiology & Biophysics (Biosciences)
Lists higher education, association and resource links within the field. A part of Cornell University s World Wide Web Virtual Library.
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2004 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Awarded to Richard Axel and Linda B. Buck
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4 October 2004 The 2004 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to Richard Axel and Linda B. Buck for discoveries concerning "odorant receptors and the organization of the olfactory system." Axel is University Professor at Columbia's College of Physicians and Surgeons and Buck is currently a Member at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle. Their work has increased our understanding of the sense of smell in mammals, including the diversity of odorant receptors and the mechanisms by which we experience one of our most complex senses in an orderly fashion. In many mammals, there are about one thousand odorant receptor molecules, each a member of the same family of membrane proteins but distinct in their odorant specificity. Axel and Buck identified this gene familyforming about three percent of the genomeand found that each olfactory receptor cell in the nasal epithelium expresses only one of the thousand genes. Each receptor responds to a selective set of odors, and combinations of receptor activity account for our ability to sense many distinct odors. Additional work by Axel and Buck showed that these genes also control connections the sensory cells make on neural way stationsthe glomeruliwhich display similar specificity.

49. Biophysics - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

50. Physiology Physics Woven Fine
Science, particularly physics and biophysics, can explain many processes in physiology and medicine. This blog discusses this analytical approach.

51. Chiropractic Biophysics Online A.k.a. Clinical Biomechanics Of Posture, Develope
Dedicated to the science of Chiropractic biophysics Technique founded by Don Harrison, DC, PhD, MSE and developed by his son Deed Harrison, DC CBP Chiropractic Technique
Chiropractic BioPhysics® , or CBP® , is, in short, a higher level of chiropractic. It is a more knowledgeable, comprehensive, systematic, scientific approach to chiropractic, that provides predictable results for patients and will contribute to building a more stable and successful chiropractic practice. Support for this claim includes a considerable amount of data from research, the experience of numerous flourishing CBP® practitioners, and the longevity of the approach. CBP® combines standard chiropractic joint adjustments with mirror image® (opposite position) postural adjustments, mirror image® spinal/postural exercise, and mirror-image® traction to provide more permanent relief and improved health for patients through spine and postural correction. Choose from the following sites: Doctor Website Patient Website CBP OnLine WebStore CBP Certified Doctors Forum ... American Journal of Clinical Chiropractic

52. Kadir Ilker Sen
A reasearcher at the Institute of Molecular biophysics at FSU. Interest is protein folding with stopped flow EPR.
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53. UCSB Physics - Biophysics
biophysics. biophysics is a growing field of great intellectual activity and progress. Researchers are addressing such major questions as how the brain functions, and how nature's
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Biophysics Biophysics is a growing field of great intellectual activity and progress. Researchers are addressing such major questions as how the brain functions, and how nature's nanomachines, motor proteins and enzymes, move to do their work. The exciting new development is that rapid progress is now being made on these very old questions. Biophysics is a wonderful area for invention and instrumentation. For example, the basic inventions are now being made that will enable diagnostic arrays to be produced and read out. The science and technology necessary for DNA delivery for gene therapy, and to study individual protein molecules in action is also undergoing rapid development. Frank Brown 's interests center around the theoretical study of biological membranes and single molecule spectroscopy. His work involves a combination of analytical and numerical calculations and coarse-grained simulations. His group is currently interested in the development of continuum level (elastic, hydrodynamic) theories and simulation algorithms for the study of biomembranes and lipid bilayers and the theoretical description of photon counting spectroscopy experiments. Recent work in the group has applied these models to the study of protein diffusion on the surface of human red blood cells, the fluctuation dynamics of inter-membrane junctions and the dynamics of single enzymes in solution. Jean Carlson has been working on theoretical foundations for complex systems theory, merging concepts from statistical physics, biological evolution, and robust control theory from engineering. Her interests include adaptation and sorting in ecosystems subject to disturbance (e.g. fire prone terrestrial ecosystems), and the role of robustness in evolutionary biology from the intracellular level to populations.

54. Ilya Balabin
Works on large-scale computational biochemistry and biophysics, bioinformatics, molecular modeling and design, and molecular machines at UIUC.
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Current position Research Scholar
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Duke University
Durham, NC 27708-0349
  • Ph. D. in Physics, University of California, San Diego M. S. cum laude in Physics, Moscow State University, Russia
Principal Research Interests
I employ theory, modeling, and computer simulations to explore properties and function of biological systems. My research addresses a broad range of topics, including (but not limited to):
  • Protein dynamics and function, broadly taken Allosteric regulation in biomolecular complexes Protein-ligand and protein-protein interactions Molecular recognition Signal transduction in cells Computer-aided drug design and screening Energy transduction in protein machines Biological charge transfer reactions Molecular electronics and biomolecular engineering Bioinformatics, large-scale data mining and analysis Development of novel methods and software

Pathway dynamics in wild type azurin
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Balabin et al, PNAS 2009

55. Biophysics
Program of Study . The biophysics program prepares investigators with diverse backgrounds for independent research careers in which the concepts and methods of physical science are
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The biophysics program prepares investigators with diverse backgrounds for independent research careers in which the concepts and methods of physical science are applied to biological problems. Owing to the interdepartmental nature of the program, research may be pursued on the Cambridge campus (including within the Departments of Molecular and Cellular Biology Chemistry and Chemical Biology , and Physics , and in the Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences
To nurture independent, creative scientists, the first part of the program seeks both to introduce the student to the faculty members and their research directly, enabling the student to make a considered choice of research advisor, and to involve the student in the diverse areas of biophysics through laboratory as well as coursework. These first two years provides a background for the second part of the program in which the student trains to be an independent scientist by a period of intensive research, culminating in publications and the PhD degree. Most graduates of the biophysics program at Harvard have been undergraduate majors in physics or physical chemistry, though a few have come from biology. Consequently, the course requirements for admission are flexible.

56. Jerome Baudry
Applications of molecular modeling and computational chemistry to biophysics of large, integrated bio-systems.
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57. Biophysics
biophysics (also biological physics) is an interdisciplinary science that applies the theories and methods of physics, to questions of biology. biophysics research today comprises
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Biophysics (also biological physics) is an interdisciplinary science that applies the theories and methods of physics, to questions of biology. Biophysics research today comprises a number of specific biological studies, which do not share a unique identifying factor, nor subject themselves to clear and concise definitions. See also: The studies included under the umbrella of biophysics range from sequence analysis to neural networks. In the recent past, biophysics included creating mechanical limbs and nanomachines to regulate biological functions. Today, these are more commonly referred to as belonging to the fields of bioengineering and nanotechnology respectively. For more information about the topic Biophysics , read the full article at , or see the following related articles: Amyloid read more Molecular biology read more ... read more Note: This page refers to an article that is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License . It uses material from the article Biophysics at See the

58. The Site Has Moved
Describes current research projects in the area of computational biophysics, lists publications, includes a gallery of scientific images and a section with several membrane structures available to other researchers to download.

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59. Biophysics
biophysics is the application of physics to the realm of living things. Though an extremely broad field, a lot of the most intriguing work in biophysics involves the nervous
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    Biophysics is the application of physics to the realm of living things. Though an extremely broad field, a lot of the most intriguing work in biophysics involves the nervous system and the way that neurons transmit electrochemical signals throughout the body.
    Here is some basic information on biophysics, including some of the major work being done in the area.
    Biophysical Society
    Since 1957, the Biophysical Society has encouraged development in biophysics. They publish the monthly Biophysics Journal and their website provides useful information on the subject. zSB(3,3)
    Quantum Consciousness
    Stuart Hameroff, M.D., worked with physicist Roger Penrose to develop a theory of quantum consciousness - the theory that consciousness is a manifestation of quantum physics. He now maintains this website on the subject.
    Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research
    This online resource compiles articles from participating scientific journals to provide cutting-edge news and information in the field of biological physics.

    60. CellPress Online - Cellpress Trends
    TiBS covers discoveries in the fields of biophysics, biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, and cell biology. Aimed at both scientists and students.

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