|1."Introduction to Bio Science" by Enger E D|
|2."Oral Bioscience" by Ferguson David|
“Oral Bioscience” by Ferguson David Book Review: The Book is published for Dental students which gives a brief introduction to the physiology and biochemistry of the mouth. The book helps to understand the interrelation between the anatomy, physiology and biochemistry of the Oral facial complex. The book covers a major part of Oral function which contains Oral structure and metabolism. It also offers a wide and integrated coverage of the subject which includes the Mechanism of Hard Tissues Mineralization Physiology and biochemistry of the dental pulp.The book also includes the role of Diet and fluoride in caries Mechanisms of oral sensation Food transport through the oral cavity. The book also lays special emphasis on Clinical dentistry of the basic science.
|3."High Pressure Bioscience" by Kazuyuki Akasaka and Hitoshi Matsuki|
“High Pressure Bioscience” by Kazuyuki Akasaka and Hitoshi Matsuki Book Review: The comprehensive textbook discusses the basic concepts and theory of bio-macromolecules and various frontiers in Bioscience and Biotechnology. The book aims to focu on pressure-related fields and also for those working in other fields of biosciences. The book begins with Early days of Pressure Denaturation Studies of Proteins, Protein Denaturation on p-T Axes, Driving Forces in Pressure-Induced Protein Transitions, Volume and Compressibility of Proteins followed by Pressure-Dependent Conformation and Fluctuation in Folded Protein Molecules.The book is designed for both students and researchers in basic and applied bioscience.
|4."The Many Faces of Osteoarthritis (Methods and Tools in Biosciences and Medicine)" by Vincent C Hascall and Klaus E Kuettner|
|5."Microinjection (Methods and Tools in Biosciences and Medicine)" by Juan Carlos Lacal and Rosario Perona|
“Microinjection (Methods and Tools in Biosciences and Medicine)” by Juan Carlos Lacal and Rosario Perona Book Review: The book revolves around Microinjections and their applications. The book gives an intense information on technique’s principles, the required equipment, preparation of receiving cells and injected material along with analysis of the results. A major part of the book is dedicated to the Xenopus laevis oocyte system.The book involves information on the technique of needle microinjection’s principle, the required equipment, preparation of receiving cells and injected material followed by analysis of the results. The book also provides a wide range of different cellular systems from the fields of cell cycle regulation, signal transduction, study of transcriptional regulations, cytoskeletal functions, secretion and intracellular transport.
|6."Techniques in Prion Research (Methods and Tools in Biosciences and Medicine)" by Jacques Grassi and Sylvain Lehmann|
“Techniques in Prion Research (Methods and Tools in Biosciences and Medicine)” by Jacques Grassi and Sylvain Lehmann Book Review: The book is very useful which describes various methods for use in TSE Research. The book gives the general description as well as the details of the techniques currently used for the study of prion diseases. The book deals with various chapters like Purification, the detection and the characterization of the different forms of this protein. Various contents are covered in the book which are Animal Models of TSEs, Cell Culture Models of TSEs, Western Immunoblotting Techniques, TSE Strain Typing in Mice, Cell-free Conversion of Prion Proteins along with Cytotoxicity of PrP Peptides. Moreover, the book is very useful for any laboratory which helps to study about TSEs.
|7."Ecology of Protozoa: The Biology of Free-living Phagotrophic Protists (Brock Springer Series in Contemporary Bioscience)" by Tom Fenchel|
“Ecology of Protozoa: The Biology of Free-living Phagotrophic Protists (Brock Springer Series in Contemporary Bioscience)” by Tom Fenchel Book Review: The book is designed for Ecologists and Protozoologists. The book discusses how protozoa plays a vital role in natural ecosystems but also poses many general problems of population and community ecology. Moreover, the book also contains some advantages of Protozoa and how they play a modest role in the development of ecology and evolutionary biology.The book has therefore a detailed information of Protozoa.
|8."Plankton Ecology: Succession in Plankton Communities (Brock Springer Series in Contemporary Bioscience)" by Ulrich Sommer|
8 Best Books on Bio Science
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