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Data Analysis in Biochemistry and Biophysics

Book1972

Author:

Magar E. Magar

Data Analysis in Biochemistry and Biophysics

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    CHAPTER 1 - SCOPE OF PROBLEMS INVESTIGATED

    Pages 1-19

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    CHAPTER 2 - MATRICES

    Pages 20-54

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    CHAPTER 3 - ANALYSIS

    Pages 55-92

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    CHAPTER 4 - MINIMIZATION OF FUNCTIONS

    Pages 93-166

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    CHAPTER 5 - STATISTICS I

    Pages 167-215

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    CHAPTER 6 - STATISTICS II

    Pages 216-257

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    CHAPTER 7 - ABSORPTION SPECTRA OF MIXTURES

    Pages 258-271

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    CHAPTER 8 - ANALYSIS OF NUCLEIC ACID SPECTRA

    Pages 272-282

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    CHAPTER 9 - MATRIX RANK ANALYSIS

    Pages 283-298

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    CHAPTER 10 - OPTICAL ROTATORY DISPERSION AND CIRCULAR DICHROISM OF PROTEINS

    Pages 299-327

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    CHAPTER 11 - OPTICAL ROTATORY DISPERSION AND CIRCULAR DICHROISM OF NUCLEIC ACIDS AND THEIR COMPONENTS

    Pages 328-341

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    CHAPTER 12 - AGGREGATING SYSTEMS

    Pages 342-400

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    CHAPTER 13 - ALLOSTERIC EFFECTS AND OTHER COOPERATIVE PHENOMENA IN PROTEIN–LIGAND EQUILIBRIA

    Pages 401-428

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    CHAPTER 14 - ENZYME KINETICS

    Pages 429-441

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    CHAPTER 15 - RAPID REACTIONS: TRANSIENT ENZYME KINETICS AND OTHER RAPID BIOLOGICAL REACTIONS

    Pages 442-458

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    CHAPTER 16 - TRACER TECHNIQUES IN COMPARTMENTALIZED SYSTEMS

    Pages 459-469

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    APPENDIX - STATISTICAL TABLES

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    AUTHOR INDEX

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    SUBJECT INDEX

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Data Analysis in Biochemistry and Biophysics describes the techniques how to derive the most amount of quantitative and statistical information from data gathered in enzyme kinetics, protein-ligand equilibria, optical rotatory dispersion, chemical relaxation methods. This book focuses on the determination and analysis of parameters in different models that are used in biochemistry, biophysics, and molecular biology. The Michaelis-Menten equation can explain the process to obtain the maximum amount of information by determining the parameters of the model. This text also explains the fundamentals present in hypothesis testing, and the equation that represents the statistical aspects of a linear model occurring frequently in this field of testing. This book also analyzes the ultraviolet spectra of nucleic acids, particularly, to establish the composition of melting regions of nucleic acids. The investigator can use the matrix rank analysis to determine the spectra to substantiate systems whose functions are not known. This text also explains flow techniques and relaxation methods associated with rapid reactions to determine transient kinetic parameters. This book is suitable for molecular biologists, biophysicists, physiologists, biochemists, bio- mathematicians, statisticians, computer programmers, and investigators involved in related sciences

Data Analysis in Biochemistry and Biophysics describes the techniques how to derive the most amount of quantitative and statistical information from data gathered in enzyme kinetics, protein-ligand equilibria, optical rotatory dispersion, chemical relaxation methods. This book focuses on the determination and analysis of parameters in different models that are used in biochemistry, biophysics, and molecular biology. The Michaelis-Menten equation can explain the process to obtain the maximum amount of information by determining the parameters of the model. This text also explains the fundamentals present in hypothesis testing, and the equation that represents the statistical aspects of a linear model occurring frequently in this field of testing. This book also analyzes the ultraviolet spectra of nucleic acids, particularly, to establish the composition of melting regions of nucleic acids. The investigator can use the matrix rank analysis to determine the spectra to substantiate systems whose functions are not known. This text also explains flow techniques and relaxation methods associated with rapid reactions to determine transient kinetic parameters. This book is suitable for molecular biologists, biophysicists, physiologists, biochemists, bio- mathematicians, statisticians, computer programmers, and investigators involved in related sciences

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ISBN

978-0-12-465650-5

Language

English

Published

1972

Copyright

Copyright © 1972 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

Imprint

Academic Press

Authors

Magar E. Magar

Department of Statistics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin