mathematical biophysics

mathematical biophysics

[¦math·ə¦mad·ə·kəl ‚bī·ō′fiz·iks]
(biology)
A discipline which attempts to utilize mathematics to explain biophysical processes.
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Heppner, "Considerations of quasistationarity in electrophysiological systems," The Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, vol.
Hills, "Linear bulk diffusion into heterogeneous tissue," The Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, vol.
In this phase, he concentrated on mathematical biophysics, founded by his teacher Nicolas Rashevsky.
Anatol Rapoport, from the department of Mathematical Biophysics, spoke often at the regular meetings and also at special lectures.
Heppner, "Considerations of quasi-stationarity in electrophysiological systems," The Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, vol.

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