By Marcus Wilhelmsson, Yitzhak Tor
Fluorescent Biomolecules and their development Blocks specializes in the layout of fluorescent probes for the 4 significant households of macromolecular construction blocks. Compiling the services of a number of authors, this e-book strikes from introductory chapters to an exploration of the layout, synthesis, and implementation of recent fluorescent analogues of biomolecular development blocks, together with examples of small-molecule fluorophores and sensors which are a part of biomolecular assemblies.
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Fluorescent analogs of biomolecular building blocks : design and applications by Marcus Wilhelmsson, Yitzhak Tor