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Principles of Biochemistry

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Principles of Biochemistry

Publisher: Wikibooks

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Contents: Cell and its Biochemistry; Biomolecules; The Carbohydrates: Monosaccharides, Disaccharides and Polysaccharides; Glucose,Glycogen and Diabetes; Glycolysis; Water: The solvent of the cell; Nucleic acid I: DNA and its nucleotides; Nucleic acid II: RNA and its nucleotides; Nucleic acid III: Sythesis of nucleotides; Chromosome and its structure; Expression of gene; Enzymes; Amino acids and proteins; Lipids; Biosynthesis of lipids; Krebs cycle or Citric acid cycle; Cell Metabolism; etc.

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