Donald Haynie nsIn thermodynamics, Donald Haynie (1964-) is an American biophysicist noted for his 2001 biochemical thermodynamics textbook Biological Thermodynamics, themed on the thermodynamics of protein folding (protein thermodynamics). [1] Haynie currently is working as the co-founder of Artificial Cell Technologies, Inc., a company focused on the commercialization of polypeptide multilayer nanofilm technologies. [2]

Haynie completed his BS in physics, at the university in South Florida, and his PhD in 1993 in biophysics, on the thermodynamic properties of proteins and their conformational folding aspects, at Johns Hopkins University.

See also
Rennie vs Thompson and Harrub creationism fiasco

1. (a) Haynie, Donald T. (2001). Biological Thermodynamics. Cambridge University Press.
(b) Haynie, Donald T. (2008). Biological Thermodynamics, 2nd ed. Cambridge University Press.
2. Donald T. Haynie (overview) –

Further reading
● Yang, J., Buck, M., Pitkeathly, M., Kotik, M., Haynie, D., Dobson, C. and Radford, S. (1995). “Conformational properties of four peptides spanning the sequence of hen lysozyme”, J. Mol. Biol. 252:483-491.
● Haynie, D. and Freire, E. (1993). “Structural Energetics of the Molten Globule State”, Proteins 16:115-140.

External links
Biological Thermodynamics –
Donald Haynie (about the author) –

External links
Haynie, Donald T. (1964-) – WorldCat Identities.

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