Complex Biological Systems on the Nanometer Scale with Atomic Force Microscopy.pdf

Complex Biological Systems on the Nanometer Scale with Atomic Force Microscopy

Karim El Kirat

Nanotechnology has played a tremendous role in the development of nanomaterials, which are the size of a few atoms or molecules. In Complex Biological Systems, author Karim El Kirat explores the functions and characteristics of biological systems on a nanometric scale and the repercussions of those issues.

During the last years, atomic force microscopy (AFM) has developed from a microscopy tool for solid state surface science towards a method employed in many scientific disciplines such as biology to investigate individual molecules on a nanometer scale. This article describes the current status of the imaging possibilities of The invention of the atomic force microscope by Binnig, Quate and Gerber in 1986 ... tools for imaging the surfaces of objects at nanometer scale resolutions. ... particles of different sizes formed in the yeast expression system they applied, and ... In addition to the complex cytoskeleton network, tiny protrusions around the ...

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Complex Biological Systems on the Nanometer Scale with Atomic Force Microscopy.pdf

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