Computational Approaches in Molecular Radiation Biology: Monte Carlo Methods

Computational Approaches in Molecular Radiation Biology: Monte Carlo Methods


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781475797909
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 07/01/2013
Series: Basic Life Sciences , #63
Edition description: 1994
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

Significance of Computational Biology: Computational Biology Opportunity and Challenges for the Future; J.C. Wooley, M.N. Varma. Overview of Significant Challenges in Molecular Biology Amenable to Computational Methods; R.M. Glaeser. Initial Physical and Chemical Studies: Basic Physical and Chemical Information Needed for Development of Monte Carlo Codes; M. Inokuti. Interactions of Lowenergy Electrons with Condensed Matter: Relevance for Track Structure; R.H. Ritchie, et al. Track Structure Code Development: Chargedparticle Transport in Biomolecular Media: The Third Generation; M. Zaider, et al. Track Structure, Chromosome Geometry, and Chromosome Aberations; D.J. Brenner, et al. Comparison of Track Structure Codes: Comparisons of Various Monte Carlo Track Structure Codes for Energetic Electrons in Gaseous and Liquid Water; H. Nikjoo, S. Uehara. A Comparison between Two Monte Carlo Track Codes on Determination of Transient Chemical Yields; R.N. Hamm, et al. Modeling of Biological Effects: Three Statistical Technologies with High Potential in Biological Imaging and Modeling; M. Fridman, M. Steele. A Nucleosome Model for the Simulation of DNA Strand Break Experiments; M. Terrisol, E. Pomplun. Index.

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