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The lifetime of Calcium can be considered infinite in biological time scales, it is not a real biomolecule. The half-life time of other biomolecules like IP3, PIP2, receptors, hormones, etc. is species-dependent and within the species strongly depending on the cell and its metabolic state. Short answer: There is no overview for lifetimes of biomolecules. It ...


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IIT-JAM, stands form of Indian Institute of Technology - Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. An engineering candidate who has completed his bachelors degree and is want to pursue Master degree from India's reputed IIT's need to qualify this entrance test. Coming back to your question there are many books of biology. one well know author is Pranav Kumar, Usha Mina ...


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I haven't started it yet, but practical computing for biologists by Haddock and Dunn might be a good place to start. Its what I will use for my Bioinformatics class. This course looks at large sets of genomic data and seeks to use analytical programs to parse out the data into codons, genes, single nucleotide polymorphisms, and mutations. If you can write a ...


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I have also come from purely non-Bio background (I am a Software/Electrical engineer who didn't study Bio even in his high-school). As others have pointed out in comments above that Molecular Biology is a vast field. But if you want resources covering all the basics of Genetics/Molecular Genetics, then I can easily recommend the following to anyone (which ...


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There are three seminal works that will give you an excellent grounding in the study of dynamical systems in population biology. The first details the foundations of population genetics: Crow, James F., and Motoo Kimura. An introduction to population genetics theory. (1970). The second deals with population ecology: Maynard-Smith, John. Models in ...



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