Visualizing the Invisible: Imaging Techniques for the Structural Biologist introduces readers to the many techniques now available for imaging biological materials—crystallography, optical microscopy, and electron microscopy—at a level that will enable them to use them effectively to do research. Since all of these experimental methods are best understood in terms of Fourier transformations, this book explains the relevant concepts from this branch of mathematics, and then illustrates their elegance and power by applying them to each of the techniques presented.

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