Biochemistry

by Pankaja Naik

Originally published in 2005, this existing reference/text continues with its aim to introduce biochemistry concepts important to medical and other health sciences students in a comprehensive manner. Content of the book is divided into eight sections describing: The structure and function of cell and biomolecules, Energy metabolism, nutrition and metabolism of biomolecules, Biochemistry of cellular communication, Molecular biology, Clinical biochemistry, Health, disease and environment, Biochemistry of tissue, and Basic analytical techniques in biochemistry. Each section is further divided into chapters spreading over 38 chapters covering the fundamentals of biochemistry in a relevant, interesting manner. Chapter outline allows students to preview the chapter content. Chapter introduction and review of the contents sets goals for understanding and reemphasize essential concepts from each chapter. Colored clinical boxes highlight key concepts by direct application to real world scenarios. Over 1000 interactive review practice questions comprising multiple choice questions, short answer questions, long answer questions, clinical cases followed by list of questions which provide readers an excellent opportunity of self test before the examination to ensure they understand and use all concepts introduced in the chapter.

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Book Detail

Author
1. Naik Pankaja
Author's Affiliation
1. NDMVPS Medical College, Nashik (Maharashtra)
NDMVPS Medical College, Nashik, Maharashtra, India
MVPS Dr Vasantrao Pawar Medical College, Nashik, Maharashtra, India
SMBT Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Nashik, Maharashtra, India
ISBN
9788184487077
Speciality
Biochemistry
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/11094
Edition
3/e
Publishing Year
2010
Pages
716
Book Type
Textbook

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