Biophysics: An Introduction

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Today, courses on biophysics are taught in almost all universities in the world, often in separate biophysics departments or divisions. This reflects the enormous growth of the field, even though the problem of its formal definition remains unsettled. In spite of this lack of definition, biophysics, which can be considered as an amalgamation of the biological and the physical sciences, is recognized as a major scientific activity that has led to spectacular developments in biology. It has increased our knowledge of ...

Biophysics: An Introduction 1989, Springer

ISBN-13: 9780792300304

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Biophysics: An Introduction 1989, Springer

ISBN-13: 9780792300298

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