Publisher: Wikibooks 2012
Structural biochemistry is a branch of the life sciences which combines biology, physics, and chemistry to study living organisms. It is also referred to more generally as biochemistry. Biochemistry involves studying the cells, and the functions of its components, since it focuses on biomolecules.
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This collection of Wikipedia articles is intended to supplement a standard textbook of biochemistry. Students may find its explanations complement their texts for greater clarity. In some areas its information will extend past their texts.
by Timea Gerczei, Scott Pattison - Walter De Gruyter Inc
The Manual uses a highly relevant model, antibiotic resistance, to teach seminal topics of biochemistry and molecular biology. It includes all classic biochemistry techniques such as HPLC or enzyme kinetics and is complete with numerous problem sets.
by Graham Basten - BookBoon
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by Henry Jakubowski
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