publication . Other literature type . Thesis . 2004 . Embargo end date: 01 Jan 2004

Functional analysis of biological matter across dimensions by atomic force microscopy (AFM): from tissues to molecules and, ultimately, atoms

Aebi, Ueli; Stolz, Martin;
English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2004
  • Publisher: (:unav)
  • Country: Indonesia
Abstract
For a detailed understanding of biological tissues and proteins and their dynamical processes the 3D structures of the components involved must be known. Most of the structural data have been obtained through the combination of three major techniques: X-ray crystallography, NMR and TEM. These three methods enable the determination of the structure of biological macromolecules at near atomic resolution and each of those was developed over many years to perfection. Nevertheless each one has its advantage and limitations and all of them may be considered today as useful and complementary tools (Schabert and Engel 1995). In addition to those established techniques, ...
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publication . Other literature type . Thesis . 2004 . Embargo end date: 01 Jan 2004

Functional analysis of biological matter across dimensions by atomic force microscopy (AFM): from tissues to molecules and, ultimately, atoms

Aebi, Ueli; Stolz, Martin;