Summary and Info
Concerned with application of special instrumental methods to problems in biology. Describes the use of x-ray crystallography in biochemistry. Reviews the application of both transmission microscopy and scanning probe microscopy to biological problems. Discusses well-developed techniques used primarily in clinical laboratories.Content:
Review and Comments
Rate the Book
Methods of Biochemical Analysis: Bioanalytical Instrumentation, Volume 37 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 ratings.