1 edition of Single molecule biology found in the catalog.
Single molecule biology
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Alex E. Knight|
|Contributions||ScienceDirect (Online service)|
|LC Classifications||QH506 .S5458 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 332 p. :|
|Number of Pages||332|
|ISBN 10||008092123X, 0123742277|
|ISBN 10||9780080921235, 9780123742278|
Single-molecule biochemistry coming of age / S. Leuba and J. Zlatanova --Protein structural dynamics by single-molecule fluorescence polarization / J. N. Forkey, M. E. Quinlan and Y. E. Goldman --Single molecule force spectroscopy in biology using the atomic force microscope / J. Zlatanova, S. M. Lindsay and S. H. Leuba --Mechanical design of. Some in the emerging science of molecular biology were critical. Linus Pauling and Max Perutz were both damning about the book in , on the centenary of Schrödinger’s birth.
Biology books online These biology books are designed to allow students and all biology enthusiasts to gain insights into subjects such as kinetics, cancer biology or clinical biochemistry. Molecular Conformations. Kinetics for Bioscientist. Measurements of Body Composition by . Definition noun, plural: molecules A tiny or a very small piece (of something). (biology or biochemistry) An extremely small particle or substance, especially at cellular or structural level, as a biomolecule. (physics and chemistry) The smallest unit of an element or compound, made up of two or more atoms held together by strong chemical bond. Supplement.
DNA molecule. This is the second most important discovery in the history of biology, ranking just behind that of Charles Darwin. This discovery marked the beginning of an intense study of molecular biology, one that dominates modern biology and that will continue to do so into the foreseeable future. Macromolecules are comprised of single units scientists call monomers that are joined by covalent bonds to form larger polymers. The polymer is more than the sum of its parts: it acquires new characteristics, and leads to an osmotic pressure that is much lower than that formed by its ingredients.
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This book reveals how single molecule techniques have revolutionized our understanding of biology at the nanoscale and it is the first book to be focused on the biology, rather than the techniques themselves.
As such, it is targeted at. Single Molecule Biology. Book • This chapter focuses on the single molecule studies of myosins and specifically research work with myosin II and myosin V. Single molecule studies of actomyosin, the molecular motor system of actin and myosin, have been at the forefront in terms of technology development and applying new and emerging.
Single molecule biology is an inherently cross-disciplinary field of research, so this book appeals to workers from a broad range of disciplines, including structural. Single Molecule and Single Cell Sequencing (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology Book ) - Kindle edition by Yutaka Suzuki, Suzuki, Yutaka.
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: Single-Molecule Techniques: A Laboratory Manual (): Selvin, Paul R, Taekjip, Ha: Books Geared toward research scientists Single molecule biology book structural and molecular biology, biochemistry, and biophysics, the manual will be useful to all who are interested in observing, manipulating, and elucidating the molecular mechanisms and.
The aim of this volume Single molecule biology book to provide a broad overview of single-molecule approaches applied to biomolecules. Chapters in Single Molecule Techniques: Methods and Protocols, Second Edition detail the most widely used single-molecule techniques, such as DNA, DNA-binding proteins, motor proteins, and are becoming commonplace in molecular biophysics, biochemistry, and molecular and cell biology.
Recent years have witnessed the emergence of an entirely new field of science, often referred to as single-molecule (SM) biology (or biochemistry) (Science, Science ().
Washington, DC: Science/AAAS. March issue devoted to reviews on single-molecule approaches. Molecular Biology, Third Edition, provides a thoroughly revised, invaluable resource for college and university students in the life sciences, medicine and related fields. This esteemed text continues to meet the needs of students and professors by offering new chapters on RNA, genome defense, and epigenetics, along with expanded coverage of.
Browse Subjects. Use this page to explore the subject terms that have been assigned to articles published in width of each bar shows the relative number of articles for each subject term. As molecular and cellular biologists move toward nano–techniques for performing experiments on single molecules rather than on populations of molecules, a comprehensive manual on how (and why) to carry out such experiments is needed.
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This is the first book solely devoted to single-molecule biochemistry and molecular biology. Authors were selected on the basis of their contribution to this new and exciting field, and were asked to focus more on the biological problems that can be approached using single-molecule techniques rather than on the techniques per se.
The methodologies presented in Single Molecule Techniques: Methods and Protocols are being applied more and more to the study of biologically relevant molecules, such as DNA, DNA-binding proteins, and motor proteins, and are becoming commonplace in molecular biophysics, biochemistry, and molecular and cell biology.
The aim of Single Molecule. This volume provides a comprehensive overview for investigating biology at the level of individual cells. Chapters are organized into eight parts detailing a single-cell lab, single cell DNA-seq, RNA-seq, single cell proteomic and epigenetic, single cell multi-omics, single cell screening, and single cell live imaging.
Recent advances in single molecule science have presented a new branch of science: single molecule cellular biophysics, combining classical cell biology with cutting-edge single molecule biophysics.
This textbook explains the essential elements of this new discipline, from the state-of-the-art single molecule techniques to real-world Cited by: 7. Single-Molecule Techniques: A Laboratory Manual fills this requirement—it is the first to take researchers who know nothing about single–molecule analyses to the point where they can successfully design and execute appropriate experiments.
Geared toward research scientists in structural and molecular biology, biochemistry, and biophysics. Written by the leading experts in the field, this book describes the development and current state-of-the-art in single molecule spectroscopy.
The application of this technique, which startedin physics, chemistry and biosciences is. Get this from a library. Single molecule biology. [Alex Knight;] -- "This book reveals how single molecule techniques have revolutionized our understanding of biology at the nanoscale - and it is the first book to be focused on the biology, rather than the techniques.
Single Molecule Biology PDF By:Alexander E. Knight Published on by Academic Press. Single molecule techniques, including single molecule fluorescence, optical tweezers, and scanning probe microscopy, allow for the manipulation and measurement of single biological molecules within a live cell or in culture.
Abstract. Single-molecule methods have emerged as powerful tools in life science research. These techniques allow the detection and manipulation of individual biological molecules and investigate, with unprecedented resolution, their conformations and dynamics at the nanoscale level.
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The region of a protein that associates with a ligand, known as the ligand’s binding site, usually consists of a cavity in the protein surface formed by a particular arrangement of amino acids. These amino acids can belong to different portions of the polypeptide chain that are brought together when the protein folds (Figure ).Separate regions of the protein surface generally provide.Get this from a library!
Single molecule biology. [Alex Knight;] -- Single molecule techniques, including single molecule fluorescence, optical tweezers, and scanning probe microscopy, allow for the manipulation and measurement of single biological molecules within a.Concomitantly, classical biology evolved to molecular biology and then to molecular structural biology.
Moving ahead, molecular structural biology is no longer restricted to the study of single molecules, but rapidly gaining competence to understand and predict the behavior of biological systems based on a set of molecules involved and the.