Author: H D Kumar
Price: RS. 1295
The book attempts to explain the extremely complicated processes that operate in living cells and organisms in terms of the laws of chemistry and physics. The substantial impact of recent advances in information production via highthroughput technologies, computational advances, nanoscience and bionanotechnology, microarray and imaging technologies and other hightech wizardry on what is happening at the molecular level is facilitating a much better understanding of biological phenomena today than it was possible a decade ago.A comprehensive account of nucleic acids, genomics, proteomics, storage and transfer of genetic information is followed by outlines of emerging and futuristic areas of intense current interest such as bioinformatics, metabolomics, systems and synthetic biology, bioengineering and designer organisms—areas that will keep researchers of nanobiology and molecular biology fully engaged in the challenging task of how to gainfully exploit the properties and capabilities of existing and novel tailormade life forms to address some of the most pressing issues in biomedical, healthcare and environmental sciences today and tomorrow. Besides its overall utility for all biologists, Molecular and Synthetic Biology should serve as a modern textbook for courses in molecular biology, biotechnology, molecular genetics, bioengineering and biomedicine. It is supported by the most updated references and a comprehensive glossary of useful terms.
HD Kumar former dean faculty of science, biotechnology programme Banaras hindu university, has served the united nation environment effects panel for the past two decades, for which he has received citations of ecvellence from the Executive Director of UNEP.
HD Kumar former dean faculty of science, biotechnology programme at Banaras Hindu University, has served the United Nations Environment Programme as a member of its Environmental Effects Panel for the past two decades, for which he has received citations of excellence from the Executive Director of UNEP. At present, he is a professor emeritus, IndoSoviet Friendship College of Pharmacy, Moga (Punjab).