The primary goal of Biospectroscopy is to create a single forum for molecular spectroscopists working on biological problems and for bio-researchers who wish to use spectroscopy to advance their research. The principal role of Biospectroscopy is to provide a unique focus on the use of spectroscopy for understanding more about biological molecules.
Biospectroscopy has been conceived as a resource for the growing number of molecular spectroscopists interested in biological applications and researchers in biological areas interested in keeping current on the use of molecular spectroscopy for life-sciences problems.
Holdings: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1995)-v. 5, no. 6 (1999)
Related titles: Absorbed By: Biopolymers
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