There are more ways to study the structure and dynamics of life than ever before, and this paperback edition of Biophysical Techniques explains them all.
What does this book cover?
This text is a survey of all the ways modern biophysicists have to study cellular structure down to the level of individual molecules, and the dynamic ways different cell structures and macromolecules interact.
In Biophysical Techniques, you’ll find:
About the Author
Iain Campbell teaches Structural biology at the University of Oxford’s Department of Biochemistry. He is an Emeritus Research Fellow at that school’s St John’s College. Professor Campbell joined the Biochemistry department in 1976, so he has seen some ground-breaking changes in the way cellular processes are detected and measured.
Biophysical Techniques will help students of Biophysics and related subfields understand the many recent changes in instrumentation, technique and theory which they will have to master.