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Gerald H. Pollack)
„P„‚„€„†„u„ƒ„ƒ„€„‚ „B„p„Š„y„~„s„„„€„~„ƒ„{„€„s„€ „…„~„y„r„u„‚„ƒ„y„„„u„„„p, „s.„R„y„„„„|,
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Gerald H. Pollack
The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor
Ebner & Sons, Seattle, WA, USA. 2013

Gerald H. Pollack
Cells, Gels and the Engines of Life.
A New, Unifying Approach to Cell Function.

Ebner & Sons, Seattle, WA, USA. 2001, 305 pp.

 


„Q„u„ˆ„u„~„x„y„y „~„p „{„~„y„s„… «Cells, Gelsc»
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Reviews on «Cells, Gelsc»)


1. Thomas P. Stossel. Manifesto for a Cytoplasmic Revolution. Science 293: 611, 2001.
2. Felicia Etzkorn. A phase transition for cell biology? Trends in Microbiology, 10: 200, 2002 (PDF 150 Kb).
3. Wheatley D. Life, cells, heterodoxy and survival: problems of the exclusion principle.
Cell Biology International 26(4): 301E03, 2002 (Editorial) (PDF 56 Kb).
4. Matveev V.V. Revolution and counter revolution in cell physiology. Cell Biology
    International 26(4): 305
E08, 2002 (in PDF 72 Kb).
5. Pollackfs gel phase-transition paradigm of cell function.
Cell Biology International 26(4): 309E12, 2002 (PDF 64 Kb).


Gerald Pollack
Water, Energy and Life
University of Washington
25 February, 2008

 

 

 

 

 


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