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         Biophysics:     more books (100)
  1. Cytoskeletal and Extracellular Proteins: Structure, Interactions and Assembly. The 2nd International EBSA Symposium (Springer Series in Biophysics)
  2. Nitrogen Fixation in Bacteria and Higher Plants (Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Biophysics Molekularbiologie, Biochemie und Biophysik) by R.C. Burns, R.W.F. Hardy, 1975-07-14
  3. The Mechanics and Biophysics of Hearing: Proceedings of a Conference held at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, June 25-29, 1990 (Lecture Notes in Biomathematics)
  4. The Medical Physiology and Biophysics Course for 1993 by Editor, 1993-01-01
  5. Annual Review of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry, Volume 16 (1987) by Unnamed Unnamed, 1987
  6. The ribosome (Molecular biology, biochemistry and biophysics) by A. S Spirin, 1969
  7. Photosynthesis: Physical Mechanisms and Chemical Patterns (IUPAB Biophysics Series) by Roderick K. Clayton, 1981-01-31
  8. Biophysics of Electron Transfer and Molecular Bioelectronics (Electronics and Biotechnology Advanced (Elba) Forum Series)
  9. An Introduction To Biophysics (1921) by David Burns, 2010-09-10
  10. Annual Review of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry: 1991 (Annual Review of Biophysics and Biomolecular Structure) by Donald M. Engelman, Charles R. Cantor, 1991-06
  11. Foundations of Biophysics by A. L. Stanford Jr., 1975-07
  12. Radiation Biophysics by Howard L. Andrews, 1974-12
  13. Elementary Biophysics Selected Topics by Herman T. Epstein, 1963
  14. Frontiers in High Pressure Biochemistry and Biophysics

101. SBNet - Structural Biology Network (Sweden)
The SBNet, hosted by Uppsala University, unites academic and industrial structural biologists. Its goal is to strengthen the strategic value of structural biology in Sweden.
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A course on NMR tools for the brain function investigation at the Univ. of Rome, Italy.

103. Nucleic Acid Hydration
Annotated overview of the hydration of nucleic acids along with proteins and polysaccharides.
Quick links Water molecule Hydrogen bonding Phase diagram Water spectrum Ionization Anomalies Water properties Water clusters Protein hydration Hydrocolloids Ions Table of Contents Site map
Nucleic Acid Hydration
DNA hydration
DNA processing
Nucleic acid hydration is crucially important for their conformation and utility [ ], as noted by Watson and Crick [ ]. The strength of these aqueous interactions is far greater than those for proteins due to their highly ionic character [ bp bp bp bp bp ) with differing hydration. The predominant natural DNA, B-DNA, has a wide and deep major groove and a narrow and deep minor groove and requires the greatest hydration. [ Back to Top
DNA hydration
B-DNA needs about 30%, by weight, water to maintain its native conformation in the crystalline state. Partial dehydration converts it to A-DNA (with a narrower and deeper major groove and very wide but shallow minor groove). The transition for this transformation occurs at about 20 water molecules per base pair, with its midpoint at about 15 water molecules per base pair [ ]. The B-DNA possesses a spanning water network, and it is the loss of its continuity [

104. Simulations Of Ion Channels And Excitable Membranes
Simulations of ion channels and excitable membranes including diffusion, membrane potentials, nerve voltage clamp, and propagated action potentials.
and The Molecular Basis of Excitability
The Nerve Impulse This is a brief Textbook that covers the basics of the initiation and propagation of the nerve impulse using equivalent circuits with reference to ionic conductances. Voltage dependent conductances are explained on the basis of single channel properties. The text contains links to the simulation programs
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Nerve Impulse Laboratory Manual
Experiments using the NERVE program
Simulation Programs
Diffusion Membrane NERVE (Includes Cable simulation of propagated AP) Cable Properties of the Axon Voltage dependent K Channel Sodium Channel Simulation Equivalent Circuit of The Axon
NEW!! Model of Shaker K channel gating
Contact me for comments or questions: Thank you for using these programs. F. Bezanilla (C) F. Bezanilla, 1998- 2006 List Random Site Join Ring Next

105. How Does Water Go Up In A Tree
Abstract of a study by Charles M. Redman on the fluid dynamics of plants.
How Does Water Go Up in a Tree                                                           REVIEW OF FLUID DYNAMICS OF PLANTS
                                                                                                            October 28, 2007
                                                                                                        Charles M Redman
                                        Retired, White Sands Missile Range, Test and Evaluation
                                       Retired, New Mexico State University, Solar Energy Institute
1. Wright, Karen, Antigravity Plumbing, Sept. 2002, Discover Magazine.

106. Welcome To The BioMag Wiki And Forum - Biomag
Provides access to documentation and community developed code as well as community discussion relating to magnetoencephalography, electroencephalography and other neuroimaging topics.

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