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Kinetics for Bioscientist

Kinetics for Bioscientist

According to the author, "The general concept of the book has been designed to make it useful for in-class teaching as well as self-study. The chapters of the book are arrange in so that they follow a logic flow, however, most chapters are self-contained and do not necessarily require knowledge from previous chapters. In this book I have tried to give as many life science-related examples as possible and although the general concepts of the problems are correct, often the parameters of reactions are fictional. For example, it is well known that HIV reverse transcriptase forms a dimer; however the rate constant of this process, as used in chapter 5, has been set more or less arbitrarily. This book is therefore NOT intended as a reference for accurate numbers, but should rather exemplify... Show More


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