Book 2009

Handbook of Single-Molecule Biophysics


ISBN: 978-0-387-76496-2 (Print) 978-0-387-76497-9 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxi

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-18

    Single-Molecule Fluorescent Particle Tracking

  3. Chapter

    Pages 19-42

    Single-Molecule Analysis of Biomembranes

  4. Chapter

    Pages 43-93

    Single-Molecule Imaging in Live Cells

  5. Chapter

    Pages 95-127

    Fluorescence Imaging at Sub-Diffraction-Limit Resolution with Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy

  6. Chapter

    Pages 129-163

    Single-Molecule FRET: Methods and Biological Applications

  7. Chapter

    Pages 165-182

    Single-Molecule Enzymology

  8. Chapter

    Pages 183-216

    Single-Molecule Studies of Rotary Molecular Motors

  9. Chapter

    Pages 217-241

    Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy in Living Cells

  10. Chapter

    Pages 243-263

    Precise Measurements of Diffusion in Solution by Fluorescence Correlations Spectroscopy

  11. Chapter

    Pages 265-291

    Single-Molecule Studies of Nucleic Acid Interactions Using Nanopores

  12. Chapter

    Pages 293-339

    Nanopores: Generation, Engineering, and Single-Molecule Applications

  13. Chapter

    Pages 341-370

    Single-Molecule Manipulation Using Optical Traps

  14. Chapter

    Pages 371-395

    Magnetic Tweezers for Single-Molecule Experiments

  15. Chapter

    Pages 397-406

    Folding of Proteins under Mechanical Force

  16. Chapter

    Pages 407-447

    Probing the Energy Landscape of Protein-Binding Reactions by Dynamic Force Spectroscopy

  17. Chapter

    Pages 449-485

    Probing Single Membrane Proteins by Atomic Force Microscopy

  18. Chapter

    Pages 487-523

    High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy

  19. Chapter

    Pages 525-554

    Recognition Imaging Using Atomic Force Microscopy

  20. Chapter

    Pages 555-570

    Atomic Force Microscopy of Protein–Protein Interactions

  21. Chapter

    Pages 571-589

    A New Approach to Analysis of Single-Molecule Force Measurements

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