Biophysical and Biochemical Mechanisms of Organism Development in Norm and Pathology
This book advances the knowledge of the mechanism development of a lived organism during its lifetime through the normal stationary state and quasi-stationary pathologic state from the viewpoints of biochemistry, biophysics, and thermodynamics. It explores the possibility of estimating experimental results from the three points of view, giving a broad perspective on the interaction between an organism and its environment. The book also describes the biophysical and biochemical mechanisms’ maintenance stability of internal energy according to the First and Second Law of Thermodynamics.
M. R. Ponizovskiy received his PhD in 1990, having studied at M.I. Pirogov National Medical University, Ukraine and having graduated at Lvov National Medical University. He also worked at the A.V. Palladin Institute of Biochemistry of the Ukraine Academy of Sciences and the Kiev regional hospital. Now, he is retired. He is the author of numerous scientific articles, and his areas of interest include the thermodynamics of a human organism in norm and pathology, and biochemical and biophysical metabolic mechanisms in a human organism.
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