This book is a fully revised and updated edition of thesuccessful Biocalorimetry: Applications of Calorimetry inthe Biological Sciences, published in , English, Book, Illustrated edition: Biocalorimetry 2: applications of calorimetry in the biological sciences / edited by John E. Ladbury, Michael L. Doyle. The book draws these together to create the definitive biological calorimetric text book Biocalorimetry 2: Applications Of Calorimetry In The Biological Sciences.
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Biocalorimetry 2 : applications of calorimetry in the biological sciences
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Applications extend from studies in small molecule and solvent biophysics, through drug screening to whole cell assays.
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