From J. Breckow, F. Cemic in "Radiation and Environmental Biophysics", Vol. 43, 2004 pp. 65-66:
"... This book is well suited for both undergraduate and graduate students of physics and biology, biotechnology and related faculties, as it is most adept for experts not being mainly involved in biophysical methodology. The reader will get a condensed and highly up-to-date presentation of a variety of modern molecular methods that are widespread and/or of relevance for future developments. The extensive reference list is a good starting point for further reading. The style, wording and graphical illustrations in the textbook are adequate and make it recommendable for the intended readership."
"(…) Nölting’s textbook is an excellent presentation of the most relevant and widespread experimental techniques in modern biophysics. (…) Nölting succeeds in achieving an appropriate balance of a basic and yet coherent description while neglecting complexity where ever possible. (…) This book is well suited for both undergraduate and graduate students of physics and biology, biotechnology and related faculties."
J. Breckow (University of Appl. Sciences, Giessen, Germany), F. Cemic
Journal: Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, Vol. 43, Pages 65-66
"(…) Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through professionals."
K.L. Schick, emeritus, Union College, NY
Journal: Choice, May 2004
I enjoyed reading the book and recommend it for beginners as well as advanced users.
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