Links a los capítulos de libros que inspiran algunas de las clases.


·      “Biological Physics” de P. Nelson. Capítulos 2, 10 y 11 (“What's inside cells”, “Enzymes and Molecular Machines” y “Molecular machines in membranes”)

·      “Physical Modeling of Living Systems” de P. Nelson et al. Capítulos 3, 4, 5, 7 (“Discrete randomness”, “Some useful discrete distributions”, “Continuous Distributions”, “Poisson Processes”, “Randomness in Cellular Processes”)

·      “Physical Biology of the Cell”, de R. Phillips et al. Capítulos 2, 13, 14 y 19 (“What and Where”, “A Statistical View of Biological Dynamics”, “Life in Crowded and Disordered Environments” y “Organization of Biological Networks”) 

·      “Essential Cell Biology” de B. Alberts et al. Capítulo 13 (“How Cells Obtain Energy From Food”).

·      “Essential Cell Biology” de B. Alberts et al. Capítulos 7 y 8 (“From DNA to Protein: How Cells Read the Genome” y “Control of Gene Expression”).

·      “Molecular Driving Forces” de K.A. Dill y S. Bromberg. Capítulo 1 (Principles of probability).

·      “Random Walks in Biology” de H. Berg. Capítulos 1, 2 y 4 (“Diffusion: Microscopic Theory”, “Diffusion: Macroscopic Theory”, “Diffusion with drift”). 

·      “Mathematical Physiology” de J. Keener & J. Sneyd. Capítulos 1, 2, 3, 5 y parte del 9 (“Biochemical reactions”; “Cellular Homeostasis” y “Membrane Ion Channels”); “Excitability” y “Neuroendocrine cells”

·      “Biophysics. Searching for Principles” de W. Bialek. Capítulos 4, 5.3 y 6 (“Noise is not negligible” “States of the cell” y “Efficient representation”