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Information Resources in Medical Physics: Overview

A guide to information resources in medical physics.

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Trajectory of DNA on a mica surface

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This guide is an introduction to the many information resources about medical physics available through the Penn Libraries.

Please note that these are not comprehensive lists of medical physics resources!

Image: Trajectory of DNA on a mica surface
Actual shape assumed by a single molecule of DNA resting on an atomically flat surface, visualized using atomic force microscopy. The vertical direction has been exaggerated; actually the molecule is as tall as it is wide.
(Courtesy of Fernando Moreno, Delft University/Philip Nelson).

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