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The Resource Modern Tools of Biophysics

Modern Tools of Biophysics

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Modern Tools of Biophysics
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Modern Tools of Biophysics
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dictionaries
Series statement
Handbook of Modern Biophysics
Series volume
v.5
Modern Tools of Biophysics
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Modern Tools of Biophysics
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Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- 1: Wave Theory of Image Formation in a Microscope: Basic Theory and Experiments -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Philosophy of This Chapter -- 1.3 Building the Demonstration Apparatus -- 1.4 Fundamental Concept: The Huygens-Fresnel Principle -- 1.5 Diffraction from an Arbitrary Distribution of Scatterers -- 1.6 Forming an Image: The Double Fourier Transform -- 1.7 Sharpness of the Image and Resolution -- 1.8 Summary -- Problems -- Solution -- Further Study -- References -- 2: Recording of Ionic Currents Under Physiological Conditions: Action Potential-Clamp and Ònion-Peelinǵ Techniques -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The Principles of the AP-Clamp Technique -- 2.3 A Short Historical Review -- 2.4 Variations of the AP-Clamp Technique -- 2.4.1 Using T̀ypicaĺ or S̀tandardized ́AP -- 2.4.2 Using M̀odified ́or R̀econstructed ́AP -- 2.4.3 Dynamic Clamp -- 2.4.4 The selfAP-Clamp Technique -- 2.4.5 The AP-Clamp Sequential Dissection or Ònion-Peelinǵ Technique -- 2.5 Applications of the AP-Clamp Methods -- 2.5.1 Study of the Individual Cell Electrophysiology (ICE) -- 2.5.2 Mapping the Regional and Transmural Differences -- 2.5.3 Studying the Complex Effects of Pathological Conditions -- 2.5.4 Characterization of Drug Effects -- 2.6 Technical Aspects -- 2.6.1 Cell Quality and the Solutions -- 2.6.2 The Patch Pipette and the Whole-Cell Seal Configuration -- 2.6.3 Instrumentation -- 2.7 Channel Inhibitors -- 2.8 Conclusion -- Problems -- Solutions -- Further Study -- References -- 3: Patch Clamp Technique and Applications -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Basic Recording Setup -- 3.3 Patch Clamp Configurations -- 3.4 Seal Resistance -- 3.5 Series Resistance -- 3.6 Sources of Noise -- 3.7 Current Clamp Mode -- 3.8 Voltage Clamp Mode -- 3.9 Summary -- Problem -- Solution -- Further Study -- References
  • 4: Structural Insights from Membrane Small-Angle X-ray Diffraction with Anomalous X-ray Scattering -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Background -- 4.3 Membrane Diffraction -- 4.4 The Physics of Anomalous Scattering -- 4.5 Small-Angle X-ray Scattering from AChR-Enriched Membranes -- 4.6 Summary and Future Work -- Problems -- Solutions -- Thoughts on Problem 1 -- Thoughts on Problem 2 -- Thoughts on Problem 3 -- Further Study -- References -- 5: Computer Simulations and Nonlinear Dynamics of Cardiac Action Potentials -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Cardiac Action Potential -- 5.3 Modeling of Cell Membrane and Channel Gating -- 5.4 Single Cell Simulation -- 5.5 APD Restitution and Alternans -- 5.6 Cardiac Tissue -- 5.7 Tissue Simulation: 1D Cable -- 5.8 Tissue Simulation: Spatially Discordant Alternans -- 5.9 Tissue Simulation: 2D Tissue -- 5.10 Ventricular Tachycardia and Fibrillation -- 5.11 Parallel Computing (OpenMP) -- 5.12 Parallel Computing (CUDA) -- 5.13 Summary -- Problems -- Solutions -- Further Study -- References -- 6: Hemoglobin and Myoglobin Contribution to the NIRS Signal in Skeletal Muscle -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Near-Infrared Spectroscopy -- 6.3 Source of the NIRS Signal in Skeletal Muscle -- 6.4 Presuming Hb as the Predominant Source -- 6.5 Separating Mb and Hb Signals with a Second Derivative Approach -- 6.6 Modeling Mb and Hb Contribution -- 6.7 NIRS Signal in Blood Free Isolated Heart -- 6.8 Delineating Mb and Hb Contribution with 1H-NMR Spectroscopy -- 6.9 Combined 1H-NMR, 31P-NMR, and NIRS Approach -- 6.10 Summary -- Problems -- Solutions -- Further Study -- References -- Index
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