Biochemistry

Biochemistry aims to explain biological phenomena in chemical terms. The problems are highly complex and until the twentieth century progress was slow and unreliable. The development of biochemistry required later nineteenth-century advances in physical and organic chemistry. These included structural organic chemistry, electrochemistry, osmosis, colloid chemistry, stereochemistry and molecular energy studies together with physical techniques such as X-ray diffraction, electrophoresis, chromatography and labelling with radioisotopes.

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<a href="/book/abl-family-kinases-development-and-disease-%28molecular-biology-intelligence-unit%29">Abl Family Kinases in Development...</a>
Anthony Koleske
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<a href="/book/nucleic-acids">Nucleic acids</a>
Victor A. Bloomfield, Donald M. Crothers, Ignacio Tinoco
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<a href="/book/genomics">Genomics</a>
Charles R. Cantor, Cassandra L. Smith, Cassandra Smith
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