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  1. #1 new daily updated resource for e-books and structured info 
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    new daily updated resource for e-books and structured information for biology and bioinformatics

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  3. #2 see the current content of www.bioxplorer.com at 16.10.2007 
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    every day a bunch of new links to biology and medical books is added

    see the current content of www.bioxplorer.com at 16.10.2007:

    A Guide to Analysis of DNA Microarray Data (2004)
    Adenoviral Vectors for Gene Therapy (2002)
    Analyzing T Cell Responses (2005)
    Apoptosis Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology: Approaches to Measurement and Quantification(2007)
    Cell Biology - A Laboratory Handbook Vol 1-4 (2006)
    Downstream Processing of Proteins: Methods and Protocols (2000)
    Drug Metabolism: Chemical and Enzymatic Aspects (2007)
    Environmental Biotechnology - Concepts and Applications (2005)
    Environmental Biotechnology - Theory and Application (2003)
    Farnesyltransferase Inhibitors in Cancer Therapy (2000)
    Food Microbiology Protocols (2000)
    Free-Radical-Induced DNA Damage and Its Repair - A Chemical Perspective (2006)
    Functional Informatics in Drug Discovery (2007)
    Functional Protein Microarrays in Drug Discovery (2007)
    Fundamentals of Protein Structure and Function (2007)
    Genomic Regulatory Systems: Development and Evolution (2001)
    Genomics and Evolution of Microbial Eukaryotes (2006)
    GIS for Health and the Environment (2007)
    Halophilic Microorganisms and Their Environments (2002)
    Immune-Mediated Diseases - From Theory to Therapy (2007)
    Inborn Errors of Development: The Molecular Basis of Clinical Disorders of Morphogenesis (2004)
    Infectious Causes of Cancer: Targets for Intervention (2000)
    Insect Pheromone Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2003)
    Methods in Cell Biology vol.83 - Cell Mechanics (2007)
    Molecular Biology and Genomics (The Experimenter Series) (2006)
    Molecular Cell Biology (2003)
    Molecular Targeting and Signal Transduction (2004)
    Peptide Nucleic Acids, Morpholinos and Related Antisense Biomolecules (2006)
    Physiology (2006)
    Rand & Dale's Pharmacology (2007)
    Sports Endocrinology (2000)
    Subcellular Proteomics: From Cell Deconstruction to System Reconstruction (2007)
    The Microbial Models of Molecular Biology: From Genes to Genomes (2003)
    The Papillomaviruses (2007)
    Topics in Current Genetics vol.11 - Microbial Protein Toxins (2005)
    Water and the Cell (2006)
    Web Mobile-Based Applications for Healthcare Management (2007)
    Zinc Finger Proteins: From Atomic Contact to Cellular Function (2005)


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    Looking through these titles, it seems that biology has drifted from understanding the processes of life (during the middle of the last century) to manipulating the processes of life. This is somewhat depressing, although there is plenty of room for both. Discovery is more inherently exciting than technical proficiency. Perhaps this is why astronomy has taken off as a hot field in recent decades.
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    Quote Originally Posted by free radical
    Looking through these titles, it seems that biology has drifted from understanding the processes of life (during the middle of the last century) to manipulating the processes of life. This is somewhat depressing, although there is plenty of room for both. Discovery is more inherently exciting than technical proficiency. Perhaps this is why astronomy has taken off as a hot field in recent decades.
    Most of biology is very reductionist in nature right now. Only a few people (relatively) are still looking at the big picture, which is a bit of a shame because biology is hierarchical in nature. The sum process cannot be explained satisfactorily by the parts. IMHO
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    to download the latest updates ofbiology and medical books @ www.bioXplorer.com

    see the current content (02.12.2007):

    A Guide to Analysis of DNA Microarray Data (2004)
    A Pharmacology Primer: Theory, Applications, and Methods (2006)
    Adenoviral Vectors for Gene Therapy (2002)
    Advanced Endourology - The Complete Clinical Guide (2006)
    Advances in Mass Data Analysis of Signals and Images in Medicine, Biotechnology and Chemistry (2007)
    Aging of the Genome: The Dual Role of DNA in Life and Death (2007)
    Alkaliphiles: Genetic Properties and Applications of Enzymes (2006)
    Analyzing Microarray Gene Expression Data (2004)
    Analyzing T Cell Responses (2005)
    Apoptosis and Autoimmunity (2003)
    Apoptosis Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology: Approaches to Measurement and Quantification(2007)
    Apoptosis, Cell Signaling, and Human Diseases - Molecular Mechanisms vol.1 (2007)
    Apoptosis, Cell Signaling, and Human Diseases - Molecular Mechanisms vol.2 (2007)
    Artificial Cells (2007)
    Artificial cells, cell engineering and therapy (2007)
    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: From Genes to Patients (2005)
    Bacterial Fish Pathogens: Disease of Farmed and Wild Fish (2007)
    Bioinorganic Chemistry: A Short Course (2007)
    Biological Membrane Ion Channels: Dynamics, Structure, and Applications (2007)
    Bringing Pain Relief to Children: Treatment Approaches (2006)
    Calcium : A Matter of Life or Death (2003)
    Calcium Signalling and Disease: Molcular Pathology of Calcium (2007)
    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (2004)
    CD137 Pathway: Immunology and Diseases (2006)
    Cell Biology - A Laboratory Handbook Vol 1-4 (2006)
    Cells and Robots - Modeling and Control of Large-Size Agent Populations (2007)
    Cheese problems solved (2007)
    Clinical Atlas of Interstitial Lung Disease (2006)
    Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the United States (2005)
    Conformational Proteomics of Macromolecular Architecture (2004)
    Creatine and Creatine Kinase in Health and Disease (2007)
    Current Diagnosis and Treatment: Emergency Medicine (2007)
    Cytokines and Autoimmune Diseases (2002)
    Downstream Processing of Proteins: Methods and Protocols (2000)
    Drug Metabolism: Chemical and Enzymatic Aspects (2007)
    Ecology of Saprotrophic Basidiomycetes (2007)
    Endothelial Biomedicine (2007)
    Environmental Biotechnology - Concepts and Applications (2005)
    Environmental Biotechnology - Theory and Application (2003)
    Essays in Brewing Science (2006)
    Essential Microbiology (2005)
    Evolution through Genetic Exchange (2007)
    False Hope: Bone Marrow Transplantation for Breast Cancer (2007)
    Farnesyltransferase Inhibitors in Cancer Therapy (2000)
    Fatty Acids in Foods and their Health Implications (2007)
    Fish Histology: Female Reproductive Systems (2007)
    Flow Cytometry - Principles and Applications (2007)
    Flow Cytometry for Biotechnology (2005)
    Food Microbiology Protocols (2000)
    Foodborne Diseases (2007)
    Free-Radical-Induced DNA Damage and Its Repair - A Chemical Perspective (2006)
    Frontiers in Research of the Renin-Angiotensin System on Human Disease (2007)
    Functional Informatics in Drug Discovery (2007)
    Functional Protein Microarrays in Drug Discovery (2007)
    Fundamentals of Protein Structure and Function (2007)
    Gene Expression Systems: Using Nature for the Art of Expression (1999)
    General Principles of Tumor Immunotherapy (2007)
    Genes and DNA: A Beginners Guide to Genetics and Its Applications (2004)
    Genomic Regulatory Systems: Development and Evolution (2001)
    Genomics and Evolution of Microbial Eukaryotes (2006)
    GIS for Health and the Environment (2007)
    Halophilic Microorganisms and Their Environments (2002)
    Handbook of Cancer Survivorship (2007)
    Handbook of Cardiac Anatomy, Physiology, and Devices (2005)
    Handbook of Cell Signaling, Three-Volume Set (2003)
    Handbook of Nutrition and Food (2007)
    Hormones, Genes, and Cancer (2001)
    Human Herpesvirus-6 (2006)
    Human Herpesviruses: Biology, Therapy, and Immunoprophylaxis (2007)
    Human Viruses in Water vol.17 (2007)
    Immune-Mediated Diseases - From Theory to Therapy (2007)
    In Defense of Self: How the Immune System Really Works (2008)
    Inborn Errors of Development: The Molecular Basis of Clinical Disorders of Morphogenesis (2004)
    Infectious Causes of Cancer: Targets for Intervention (2000)
    Inflammatory Arthritis in Clinical Practice (2007)
    Information Technology Solutions for Healthcare (2006)
    Insect Pheromone Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2003)
    Introduction to Ecological Genomics (2006)
    Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry (2004)
    Lower Extremity Arterial Disease (2005)
    Maths from Scratch for Biologists (2003)
    Mechanisms of Lymphocyte Activation and Immune Regulation X: Innate Immunity (2007)
    Mechanisms of Lymphocyte Activation and Immune Regulation XI: B Cell Biology (2007)
    Medicinal Plants of the World, Volume 3 (2005)
    Methods in Cell Biology vol.83 - Cell Mechanics (2007)
    Molecular Biology and Genomics (The Experimenter Series) (2006)
    Molecular Cell Biology (2003)
    Molecular Targeting and Signal Transduction (2004)
    Myosins: A Superfamily of Molecular Motors (2007)
    Nanoparticulates As Drug Carriers (2006)
    Nanotechnology For Dummies (2005)
    Nanotechnology: Consequences for Human Health & the Environment (2007)
    Pediatric Critical Care Review (2006)
    Peptide Nucleic Acids, Morpholinos and Related Antisense Biomolecules (2006)
    Peroxiredoxin Systems: Structures and Functions (2007)
    Peyronie's Disease: A Guide to Clinical Management (2006)
    Physiology (2006)
    Plant Propagation by Tissue Culture: Volume 1. The Background (2007)
    Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases: A Molecular and Genetic Approach (2007)
    Progress in Nucleic Acid Research and Molecular Biology, Volume 75 (2003)
    Progress in Nucleic Acid Research and Molecular Biology, Volume 76 (2003)
    Progress in Nucleic Acid Research and Molecular Biology, Volume 77 (2003)
    Rand & Dale's Pharmacology (2007)
    Sequence Data Mining (2007)
    Somatostatin Analogs in Diagnostics and Therapy (2007)
    Sports Endocrinology (2000)
    Springer Handbook of Enzymes, vol.36 - Class 2 Transferases IX: EC 2.7.1.38 - 2.7.1.112 (2007)
    Springer Handbook of Enzymes, vol.37 - Class 2 Transferases X (2007)
    Springer Handbook of Enzymes, vol.38 - Class 2 Transferases XI: EC 2.7.6 - 2.7.7 (2007)
    Stem Cell Repair and Regeneration (2007)
    Subcellular Proteomics: From Cell Deconstruction to System Reconstruction (2007)
    The Achilles Tendon (2007)
    The Biology of Schwann Cells: Development, Differentiation and Immunomodulation (2007)
    The Chemokine Receptors (2007)
    The Forensic Laboratory Handbook: Procedures and Practice (2006)
    The GABA Receptors (2007)
    The Genetics of Male Infertility (2006)
    The Human Nervous System: Structure and Function (2005)
    The Microbial Models of Molecular Biology: From Genes to Genomes (2003)
    The NPY Family of Peptides in Immune Disorders, Inflammation, Angiogenesis, and Cancer (2005)
    The Orexin/Hypocretin System: Physiology and Pathophysiology (2005)
    The Papillomaviruses (2007)
    The Zebrafish Genetics, Genomics and Informatics (2004)
    Thyroid Disease: A Case-Based and Practical Guide for Primary Care (2005)
    TNF Superfamily (2007)
    Topics in Current Genetics vol.11 - Microbial Protein Toxins (2005)
    Transactions on Computational Systems Biology VIII (2007)
    Translational Control of Gene Expression (2000)
    Understanding Multiple Sclerosis (2006)
    Virology: Principles and Applications (2007)
    Water and the Cell (2006)
    Web Mobile-Based Applications for Healthcare Management (2007)
    Zinc Finger Proteins: From Atomic Contact to Cellular Function (2005)
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    Knowledge of evolution may not be strictly useful in everyday commerce. You can live some sort of life and die without ever hearing the name of Darwin. But if, before you die, you want to understand why you lived in the first place, Darwinism is the one subject that you must study.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spuriousmonkey
    Quote Originally Posted by free radical
    Looking through these titles, it seems that biology has drifted from understanding the processes of life (during the middle of the last century) to manipulating the processes of life. This is somewhat depressing, although there is plenty of room for both. Discovery is more inherently exciting than technical proficiency. Perhaps this is why astronomy has taken off as a hot field in recent decades.
    Most of biology is very reductionist in nature right now. Only a few people (relatively) are still looking at the big picture, which is a bit of a shame because biology is hierarchical in nature. The sum process cannot be explained satisfactorily by the parts. IMHO
    I like the reductionist view m'self. I mean, the "big picture" is nice and all, but I think it's less practical. I would like to look at the big picture for aesthetic purposes, but that's about it.

    But I'm a prospective research microbiologist... so I would say that, wouldn't I?
    Whence comes this logic: no evidence = false?

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    This is spam.
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    I concur.

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