2nd ed. 2012, XX, 407 p. 188 illus., 134 illus. in color.
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“The book under review is one of the most recent releases on textbooks in Biophysics. … the books presents all the difficulties in understand the physics of biology in a very natural language in a very straightforward format. I really recommend this book for all biology and life science students and I ask for the reader to pay attention to the problems and examples, because there is the true gold.” (Philosophy, Religion and Science Book Reviews, bookinspections.wordpress.com, December, 2013)
“The second edition of Glaser’s Biophysics is updated and expanded a bit, but retains the perspectives and strengths of the original … . This is fine book that should be accessible to students in upper-level courses. … It belongs in all college libraries. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates and above.” (K. L. Schick, Choice, Vol. 50 (3), November, 2012)