Medical Biochemistry and Biotechnology
by Amanullah Mohammed
Publisher: New Central Book Agency 2011
Number of pages: 408
The main purpose is to provide an understanding of the basic concepts in biochemistry and biotechnology which are required for them in a simple and interesting manner. This book has been prepared for students of undergraduate courses in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, laboratory medicine, physiotherapy, veterinary science, agriculture, biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, biotechnology, molecular biology, etc.
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