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Readership: Undergraduate students following any biochemistry, biophysics, or molecular cell biology degree programme.
Iain Campbell, Emeritus Research Fellow in Biochemistry, University of Oxford
Iain Campbell is a Professor of Structural Biology in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Oxford, and Emeritus Research Fellow of St John's College, Oxford. A member of the Department of Biochemistry since 1976, Iain has a long-held interest in the use of physical tools to find out how the machinery of the cell operates.
"Highly detailed, simply explained and well illustrated, Biophysical Techniques represents an accomplished work that guides the reader through the general principles and practicalities of a wide range of biophysical techniques." - Junaid Kashir, Journal of Biological Education
2: Molecular principles
3: Transport and heat
4: Scattering, refraction, and diffraction
5: Electronic and vibrational spectroscopy
6: Magnetic resonance
7: Microscopy and single molecule studies
8: Computational biology