Israel Program for Scientific Translations, 1964 - Biochemistry - 284 pages
Contents: physical characteristics of ionizing radiation and its interaction with matter; effect of ionizing radiation on water; formation of peroxides by ionizing radiation; effects of ionizing radiation on simple proteins and their decomposi tion products, on nucleic acids, nucleo-proteins and other complex proteins, on carbohydrates, on lipids, on enzymes and vitamins, on the in vivo activity of enzymes, on the state and metabolism of nucleoproteins and nucleic acids on protein metabolism, on carbohydrate metabolism, on lipid metabolism, and on mineral metabolism; formation of toxic substances in the irradiated organism; and biophysicochemical interpretation of radiation injury in cells.
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Part One Effect of Ionizing Radiation of Biologically
Effect of Ionizing Radiation on Water
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