Published June 1995
by Perseus Books (Sd) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
In biological systems ranging from single biomolecules to entire cells and larger biological systems, it focuses on aspects that require concepts and methods from physics for their analysis and understanding, such as the mechanics of motor proteins; how the genetic code is physically read and managed; the machinery of protein--DNA interactions; force spectroscopy of biomolecules'velopes, cytoskeletons, . Statistical Physics of Biomolecules: An Introduction brings "down to earth" some of the most intimidating but important theories of molecular biophysics. With an accessible writing style, the book unifies statistical, dynamic, and thermodynamic descriptions of molecular behavior using probability ideas as a common basis. This is an excellent book from which to learn some statistical physics and its application to the study of biomolecules. A solid background in areas such as physics, /5(8). Get Access. From the hydrophobic effect to protein-ligand binding, statistical physics is relevant in almost all areas of molecular biophysics and biochemistry, making it essential for modern students of molecular behavior. But traditional presentations of this material are often difficult to penetrate. Statistical Physics of Biomolecules: An Introduction by:
Physics of Bio-Molecules and Cells Henrik Flyvbjerg, Frank Jülicher, Pal Ormos, Francois David Aimed at those working to enter this rapidly developing field, this volume on biological physics is written in a pedagogical style by leading scientists giving explanations that take their starting point where any physicist can follow and end at. From the hydrophobic effect to protein-ligand binding, statistical physics is relevant in almost all areas of molecular biophysics and biochemistry, making it essential for modern students of molecular behavior. But traditional presentations of this material are often difficult to penetrate. Statistical Physics of Biomolecules: An Introduction brin5/5(1). What Is BiomolecularStatistical Physics? 5 What'sin This Book,andWhat'sNot 6 BackgroundExpectedofthe Student '. 7 MolecularPrologue:ADayin the Life ofButane 7 ExemplarybyIts Stupidity 9 WhatDoesEquilibriumMeanto aProtein? 9 EquilibriumamongMolecules 9 Internal Equilibrium 10 Biomolecules H+ C H O H O C H O + C H O12 22 11 2+ → 6 12 6 6 12 6 Sucrose Glucose Fructose 2. From starch: Commercially glucose is obtained by hydrolysis of starch by boiling it with dilute H2SO4 at K under pressure. H+ (C H O) + nH O6 10 5 n 2 →K; 2 File Size: 2MB.
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