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Mathematical and Theoretical Biology. Mathematical and Molecular Biophysics
Volume 2: Mathematical Biophysics and Molecular Biology
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Mathematical and Theoretical Biology. Mathematical and Molecular Biophysics[edit]

Volume 2: Mathematical Biophysics and Molecular Biology[edit]

Molecular biologists and biophysicists
John Randall (physicist)-SirTurton
Herbert Wilson-FRS
Erwin Chargaff
Raymond Gosling
Francis Crick
Maurice Wilkins
Rosalind Franklin
Linus Pauling
Johnjoe McFadden
Notable physicists with interests in Biology
William Lawrence Bragg-Sir
Nevill Francis Mott-Sir
Erwin Schrödinger
Ionel Solomon
Theodor V. Ionescu
Herbert S. Gutowsky
Erwin Hahn
Peter Mansfield
Paul Lauterbur
Alberte Pullman
Bernard Pullman
Herbert Fröhlich
Mathematical Biophysics
Theoretical physics
Theoretical Biophysics
Mathematical Biophysics
X-ray diffraction
Nuclear magnetic resonance
2D-FT NMRI and spectroscopy
Vibrational circular dichroism
Chemical imaging
Hyperspectral imaging
Quantum Aspects of Life
Quantum Biochemistry
Nucleic Acids and Molecular Biology
Chargaff's rules
Double helix
DNA structure
DNA polymerase
Reverse transcriptase
Telomerase reverse transcriptasehTERT
DNA computing
DNA nanotechnology
Quantum evolution (alternative)
Quantum evolution
Molecular Dynamics and Biochemistry
Molecular dynamics
Force field (chemistry)