By: Santiago Schnell (Author)
Providing a rational and rigorous, yet understandable treatment of steady-state approximation, Modeling Biochemical Reactions: Steady-State Approximation as case study stresses the importance of understanding how these models are derived, what their limitations are, and how they can be used in a practical fashion in biochemistry.
Written to help advanced undergraduate and graduate students in chemistry, physical chemistry, and biochemistry as well as practicing researchers understand the principles of the steady-state approximation, Modeling Biochemical Reactions: Steady-State Approximation illustrates how to use mathematical software to derive equations and test their limitations.
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