Manfred Eigen: From relaxation kinetics to evolution

Manfred Eigen: From relaxation kinetics to evolution European Biophysics Journal (2018) 47:317–318 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00249-018-1307-1 EDITORIAL © European Biophysical Societies’ Association 2018 Manfred Eigen, the Nobel laureate in Chemistry for 1967 DNA transition of right-handed helical DNA. To provide and scholar of fast chemical reactions and molecular evo- a comparison between theoretical and experimental data, lution, celebrated his 90th birthday on May 09, 2017. A he describes a fundamental kinetic study in the microsec- whole issue of the European Biophysics Journal containing ond time range in ethanol/water mixtures at different ionic fourteen contributions from former students, post-docs, and strengths employing field jump relaxation spectroscopy. colleagues of Manfred has been dedicated to him on this Julian Victor, Gerhard Steger and Detlev Riesner discuss occasion. Manfred’s two major contributions to science are the conditions for therapeutic applications of DNAzymes illustrated best by the overwhelming response his two key and the special dependence of their action on the magnesium publications, one in each distinct field, got in the scientific concentration in cells. Thomas Jovin and Jonathan Fauer- community as “most highly cited papers”: (1) Proton trans- bach present schemes of amyloid aggregation and their anal- fer, acid–base catalysis, and enzyme hydrolysis in Ange- ysis by a novel detection probe. Isreal Pecht http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Biophysics Journal Springer Journals

Manfred Eigen: From relaxation kinetics to evolution

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2018 by European Biophysical Societies' Association
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Life Sciences; Biochemistry, general; Biological and Medical Physics, Biophysics; Cell Biology; Neurobiology; Membrane Biology; Nanotechnology
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0175-7571
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1432-1017
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10.1007/s00249-018-1307-1
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European Biophysics Journal (2018) 47:317–318 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00249-018-1307-1 EDITORIAL © European Biophysical Societies’ Association 2018 Manfred Eigen, the Nobel laureate in Chemistry for 1967 DNA transition of right-handed helical DNA. To provide and scholar of fast chemical reactions and molecular evo- a comparison between theoretical and experimental data, lution, celebrated his 90th birthday on May 09, 2017. A he describes a fundamental kinetic study in the microsec- whole issue of the European Biophysics Journal containing ond time range in ethanol/water mixtures at different ionic fourteen contributions from former students, post-docs, and strengths employing field jump relaxation spectroscopy. colleagues of Manfred has been dedicated to him on this Julian Victor, Gerhard Steger and Detlev Riesner discuss occasion. Manfred’s two major contributions to science are the conditions for therapeutic applications of DNAzymes illustrated best by the overwhelming response his two key and the special dependence of their action on the magnesium publications, one in each distinct field, got in the scientific concentration in cells. Thomas Jovin and Jonathan Fauer- community as “most highly cited papers”: (1) Proton trans- bach present schemes of amyloid aggregation and their anal- fer, acid–base catalysis, and enzyme hydrolysis in Ange- ysis by a novel detection probe. Isreal Pecht

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Published: May 17, 2018

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