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  • Hardcover: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (12 Sept. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1107023084
  • ISBN-13: 978-1107023086
  • Product Dimensions: 17.4 x 1.4 x 24.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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'… hits the spot … clearly written, relatively easy to read, yet very comprehensive. It gives an overview of potential solutions, supported by success stories, and explains the mechanisms of operations from the very outset. It is definitely a recommended position for those who start with nanoscale communication concepts in biological systems.' IEEE Communications Magazine

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This detailed, accessible guide, by pioneers in the field, provides an introduction to the relevant aspects of biology and information theory, and to the practical applications of molecular communication. Ideal for graduate students, researchers and practitioners looking to get up to speed on the current practice in this growing field.

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This is a very interesting book because it provides a scientific overview of its theme in the current knowledge in logical presentation...

The researchers may find also additional useful for further research the following information:

With very simple words a clarification for The UNIFIED!!! Theory of Oncology , in order to start to understand its scientific contribution in many fields of science and its critical scientific value,e.t.c.,...
The for very many decades! of years failure of scientific research for the CAUSE(S) of Cancer illness is due to lack of UNIFIED!!! Theory of Oncology which to be valid for ALL!! the types of Cancer and which to be the “COMPASS” of orientation for the applied oncological research(es) and for the interpretation of ts results, with final goal the probably effective and efficient cure of Cancer disease in the Human and in other livng beings...
Mr. Joseph-Christos Kondylakis in the following introduce you in the First Original worldwide Logical UNIFIED!!! Theory of Oncology , with the goal to form the COMPASS for the accelaration! of applied oncological researches,e.t.c.,...

If we understand as the principle of the problem of Cancer illness its
abnormal high multiplication rate of certain cell(s), then logically
we may expect the molecular & submolecular information network(s)
which regulate the multiplication rate of certain cell(s) to be
This was the basic idea of the present author that in 1983 created his
original theoretical article in oncology that it foundate his UNIFIED!
theory of Oncology and therefore he may considered also as the father
of molecular & submolecular informatics...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Molecular informatics as more general to molecular communications & its relation to molecular & submolecular oncology 18 Jan. 2014
By E. P. Kourla - Published on
Format: Hardcover
This book is very interesting because it presents in one book selected relevant information with good scientific reasoning and with a systematic way, a good intellectual efford...
Thinking on Molecular Carcinogenesis and the Molecular Biology of Oncology TOGETHER with the Critical field of Molecular Informatics is Thinking towards the correct direction(s) to effiently approach the solution(s) of Oncological problem...
Now, Let try to Think further in the Top problem of Oncology...
I think further serious scientific Thinking and efforts must be allocated
to the THEORY! OF ONCOLOGY (Remember the Theory provides the compass for
the correct direction(s) of applied research, and I think it is mainly
because of lack of a good Theory of oncology that the problems of
oncology have not solved Efficiently)
This author since 1983 has thought of "An UNIFIED Theory of Oncology"
based mainly in molecular informatics(perhaps the first article also in
molecular informatics),etc, and he presented a summary of his theory under
the title "A note of the essay on cell abnormal multiplication rate" in
the 7th European Interuniversity Symposium, help 17-20 July 1997 in
Thessaloniki,Greece. This author perhaps may be considered that he
discovered the field of "MOLECULAR INFORMATICS" with his scientific
article on an UNIFIED Theory of Oncology , since 1983, but since then Huge
problems was created against this reviewer making very difficult to
promote his fundamentally original scientific ideas and thinking... Let
define in my understanding the field of "Molecular Informatics" as
"Molecular Informatics" we may understand information network(s) which is
created by molecule(s) carrying information. This is my original
definition of the field of "Molecular Informatics".

From: Joseph-Christos Kondylakis , on day Saturday-18-January-2014
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5.0 out of 5 stars A well-written book 3 Jun. 2014
By Noname - Published on
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The book "Molecular Communication" is well written. I found this book very useful. In my opinion, the book should be a very good reference for molecular communication (MC) researchers. MC itself is a highly interdisciplinary field of research. This book is able to provide knowledge and information to MC researchers as well as others. I found this book very informative.
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