By S.H. Leuba, J. Zlatanova

This can be the 1st booklet exclusively dedicated to single-molecule biochemistry and molecular biology. Authors have been chosen at the foundation in their contribution to this new and interesting box, and have been requested to concentration extra at the organic difficulties that may be approached utilizing single-molecule concepts instead of at the strategies in keeping with se. it's notion that such suggestions will ultimately dominate the actual characterization of biologically very important macromolecules.

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