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    Atomic Force Microscopy for Biologists
    V. J. Morris (Author), A. R. Kirby (Author), A. P. Gunning (Author)




    Product Details

    Hardcover: 420 pages
    Publisher: Imperial College Press; 2 edition (August 11, 2009)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 9781848164673
    ISBN-13: 978-1848164673
    ASIN: 184816467X
    Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6 x 0.9 inches
    Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds



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    This second edition of an excellent book updates considerably the information contained, and is expanded, too. The main focus of this book are the biological applications of AFM, and these are covered very well ... The chapters are in-depth and very informative, and contain lots of useful and detailed information. In general the book is well written with an informal style, and contains useful information for beginners, including detailed information on how to carry out some experiments, answers to common questions, etc. ... Overall this book is highly recommended for those wishing to get an overview of the biological applications of AFM. --Peter Eaton, University of Porto, Portugal



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    Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is part of a range of emerging microscopic methods for biologists which offer the magnification range of both the light and electron microscope, but allow imaging under the 'natural' conditions usually associated with the light microscope. To biologists, AFM offers the prospect of high resolution images of biological material, images of molecules and their interactions even under physiological conditions, and the study of molecular processes in living systems. This book provides a realistic appreciation of the advantages and limitations of the technique and the present and future potential for improving the understanding of biological systems. The second edition of this bestseller has been updated to describe the latest developments in this exciting field, including a brand new chapter on force spectroscopy. The dramatic developments of AFM over the past ten years from a simple imaging tool to the multi-faceted, nano-manipulating technique that it is today are conveyed in a lively and informative narrative, which provides essential reading for students and experienced researchers alike.

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