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Biochemistry Laboratory Manual For Undergraduates

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Biochemistry Laboratory Manual For Undergraduates
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Publisher: Walter De Gruyter Inc
ISBN/ASIN: 3110411326
Number of pages: 174

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Biochemistry Laboratory Manual for undergraduates is the first textbook on the market that uses a highly relevant model, antibiotic resistance, to teach seminal topics of biochemistry and molecular biology. Inclusion of a research project does not entail a limitation: this manual includes all classic biochemistry techniques such as HPLC or enzyme kinetics and is complete with numerous problem sets relating to each topic.

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