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1 Xing, Wan-Li Biochips I10797 2003 eBook  
2 Csermely, Peter Weak Links I08197 2009 eBook  
3 Xu, Ying Computational Methods for Protein Structure Prediction and Modeling I06814 2007 eBook  
4 Koonin, Eugene V Power Laws, Scale-Free Networks and Genome Biology I06757 2006 eBook  
5 Xu, Ying Computational Methods for Protein Structure Prediction and Modeling I05881 2007 eBook  
6 Frauenfelder, Hans The Physics of Proteins I05637 2010 eBook  
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TitleBiochips : Technology and Applications
Author(s)Xing, Wan-Li;Cheng, Jing
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003.
DescriptionVII, 134 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis book brings together contributions from internationally renowned experts in the biochip field. These chapters present not only the authors' latest research work, but also discuss current trends in biochip technology. Specific topics include microarray technology and its applications, microfluidics, drug discovery, detection technology, lab-on-chip technology and bioinformatics. Both newcomers to the field and experienced biochip researchers will benefit from this book
ISBN,Price9783662050927
Keyword(s)1. Biological and Medical Physics, Biophysics 2. BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS 3. Biomedical engineering 4. Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering 5. BIOPHYSICS 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. Human genetics 9. Measurement Science and Instrumentation 10. Measurement?????? 11. NANOTECHNOLOGY 12. PHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS 13. Proteomics
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TitleWeak Links : The Universal Key to the Stability of Networks and Complex Systems
Author(s)Csermely, Peter
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009.
DescriptionXIX, 392 p : online resource
Abstract NoteHow can our societies be stabilized in a crisis? Why can we enjoy and understand Shakespeare? Why are fruitflies uniform? How do omnivorous eating habits aid our survival? What makes the Mona Lisa???s smile beautiful? How do women keep our social structures intact? ??? Could there possibly be a single answer to all these questions? This book shows that the statement: "weak links stabilize complex systems" provides the key to understanding each of these intriguing puzzles, and many others too. The author (recipient of several distinguished science communication prizes) uses weak (low affinity, low probability) interactions as a thread to introduce a vast variety of networks from proteins to economics and ecosystems. Many people, from Nobel Laureates to high-school students have helped to make the book understandable to all interested readers. This unique book and the ideas it develops will have a significant impact on many, seemingly diverse, fields of study. A very personal, engaging, and unique book that will appeal to readers and get them thinking Steve Strogatz An adventurous, entertainingly eclectic and rich work both for experts and laymen L??szl??-Albert Barab??si This masterpiece should serve as an example of how science can be discussed Gy??rgy Buzs??ki Outstanding - I wish more books were written this way Daniel J. Bilar
ISBN,Price9783540311577
Keyword(s)1. Biological and Medical Physics, Biophysics 2. BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS 3. BIOPHYSICS 4. COMPLEX SYSTEMS 5. DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. ENVIRONMENT 9. Environmental geology 10. Geoecology 11. Geoecology/Natural Processes 12. NATURE 13. Popular Science in Nature and Environment 14. Popular Science, general 15. Popular works 16. Proteomics 17. STATISTICAL PHYSICS
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TitleComputational Methods for Protein Structure Prediction and Modeling : Volume 1: Basic Characterization
Author(s)Xu, Ying;Xu, Dong;Liang, Jie
PublicationNew York, NY, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer New York, 2007.
DescriptionXX, 396 p. 88 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteVolume one of this two volume sequence focuses on the basic characterization of known protein structures as well as structure prediction from protein sequence information. The 11 chapters provide an overview of the field, covering key topics in modeling, force fields, classification, computational methods, and struture prediction. Each chapter is a self contained review designed to cover (1) definition of the problem and an historical perspective, (2) mathematical or computational formulation of the problem, (3) computational methods and algorithms, (4) performance results, (5) existing software packages, and (6) strengths, pitfalls, challenges, and future research directions
ISBN,Price9780387683720
Keyword(s)1. BIOINFORMATICS 2. Biological and Medical Physics, Biophysics 3. BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS 4. BIOPHYSICS 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. Protein Science 8. Proteins?? 9. Proteomics
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TitlePower Laws, Scale-Free Networks and Genome Biology
Author(s)Koonin, Eugene V;Wolf, Yuri;Karev, Georgy
PublicationNew York, NY, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer US, 2006.
DescriptionXVI, 258 p : online resource
Abstract NotePower Laws, Scale-free Networks and Genome Biology deals with crucial aspects of the theoretical foundations of systems biology, namely power law distributions and scale-free networks which have emerged as the hallmarks of biological organization in the post-genomic era. The chapters in the book not only describe the interesting mathematical properties of biological networks but moves beyond phenomenology, toward models of evolution capable of explaining the emergence of these features. The collection of chapters, contributed by both physicists and biologists, strives to address the problems in this field in a rigorous but not excessively mathematical manner and to represent different viewpoints, which is crucial in this emerging discipline. Each chapter includes, in addition to technical descriptions of properties of biological networks and evolutionary models, a more general and accessible introduction to the respective problems. Most chapters emphasize the potential of theoretical systems biology for discovery of new biological phenomena
ISBN,Price9780387339160
Keyword(s)1. BIOCHEMISTRY 2. Biochemistry, general 3. BIOINFORMATICS 4. Biological and Medical Physics, Biophysics 5. BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS 6. BIOPHYSICS 7. EBOOK 8. EBOOK - SPRINGER 9. Microbial genetics 10. Microbial Genetics and Genomics 11. Microbial genomics 12. PHYSICS 13. Physics, general 14. Proteomics
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TitleComputational Methods for Protein Structure Prediction and Modeling : Volume 2: Structure Prediction
Author(s)Xu, Ying;Xu, Dong;Liang, Jie
PublicationNew York, NY, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer New York, 2007.
DescriptionXX, 322 p. 41 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteVolume 2 of this two-volume sequence focuses on protein structure prediction and includes protein threading, De novo methods, applications to membrane proteins and protein complexes, structure-based drug design, as well as structure prediction as a systems problem. A series of appendices review the biological and chemical basics related to protein structure, computer science for structural informatics, and prerequisite mathematics and statistics
ISBN,Price9780387688251
Keyword(s)1. BIOINFORMATICS 2. Biological and Medical Physics, Biophysics 3. BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS 4. BIOPHYSICS 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. Proteomics
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TitleThe Physics of Proteins : An Introduction to Biological Physics and Molecular Biophysics
Author(s)Frauenfelder, Hans;Chan, Shirley S;Chan, Winnie S
PublicationNew York, NY, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer New York, 2010.
DescriptionXVI, 448 p. 221 illus., 7 illus. in color : online resource
Abstract NotePhysics and the life sciences have established new connections within the past few decades, resulting in biological physics as an established subfield with strong groups working in many physics departments. These interactions between physics and biology form a two-way street with physics providing new tools and concepts for understanding life, while biological systems can yield new insights into the physics of complex systems. To address the challenges of this interdisciplinary area, The Physics of Proteins: An Introduction to Biological Physics and Molecular Biophysics is divided into three interconnected sections. In Parts I and II, early chapters introduce the terminology and describe the main biological systems that physicists will encounter. Similarities between biomolecules, glasses, and solids are stressed with an emphasis on the fundamental concepts of living systems. The central section (Parts III and IV) delves into the dynamics of complex systems. A main theme is the realization that biological systems, in particular proteins, do not exist in unique conformations but can assume a very large number of slightly different structures. This complexity is captured in the concept of a free energy landscape and leads to the conclusion that fluctuations are crucial for the functioning of biological systems. The final chapter of this section challenges the reader to apply these concepts to a problem that appears in the current literature. An extensive series of appendices (Part V) provide descriptions of the key physical tools and analytical methods that have proven powerful in the study of the physics of proteins. The appendices are designed to be consulted throughout the section on protein dynamics without breaking the deductive flow of the logic in the central section of the book
ISBN,Price9781441910448
Keyword(s)1. BIOCHEMISTRY 2. Biochemistry, general 3. Biological and Medical Physics, Biophysics 4. BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS 5. Biomedical engineering 6. Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering 7. Biomedicine, general 8. BIOPHYSICS 9. EBOOK 10. EBOOK - SPRINGER 11. MEDICINE 12. Protein Science 13. Proteins?? 14. Proteomics
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