Progress in Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry, Volume 12, provides an overview of the state of knowledge in biophysics and biological chemistry.
The book begins with a study on cell division synchronization. This is followed by separate chapters on the biology and function of the nucleolus; the nature of ribosomes and their involvement in protein synthesis; taste receptor stimulation; and the various methods developed for quantitative estimation of the amount of dye deposited in a stained preparation as well as some of the associated theoretical and practical implications.
Subsequent chapters deal with the preparation, fractionation, physical properties, analysis, and functions of histones; and the use of tritium labelled DNA precursors in autoradiography.
1 Cell Division Synchronization
2 The Nucleolus
3 Ribosomes and the Synthesis of Proteins
4 Taste Receptor Stimulation
5 Quantitative Staining in Histo- and Cytochemistry
6 The Histones
7 Progress in Tritium Autoradiography
Addendum to the Nucleolus
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- 1st January 1962
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