e-books in Biochemistry category
- National Academies Press , 2017
The human organism is a true ecosystem composed of human cells, bacteria, fungi, algae, and viruses. As such, humans are not unlike other complex ecosystems containing microbial assemblages observed in the marine and earth environments.
by Mahesh K. Lakshman, Fumi Nagatsug - MDPI AG , 2017
Nucleosides are the fundamental components of genetic material, present in all living organisms, and in viruses. By virtue of their ubiquity, they are highly important biomolecules. Nucleosides consist of a heterocyclic aglycone and a sugar unit ...
by Murat Senturk (ed.) - InTech , 2017
This book is focusing on the research area of enzyme inhibitor and activator, enzyme-catalyzed biotransformation, usage of microbial enzymes, enzymes associated with programmed cell death, natural products as potential enzyme inhibitors, etc.
by Nuno Vale - De Gruyter Open Ltd , 2016
'Biomedical Chemistry' provides readers with an understanding of how fundamental chemical concepts are used to combat some diseases. The authors explain the interdisciplinary relationship of chemistry with biology, physics, pharmacy and medicine.
by Ibrokhim Y. Abdurakhmonov (ed.) - InTech , 2016
This book explains basic principles, types, and property of inducers, structural modifications, and various successful bench-to-field or clinic applications with some aspects of limitations, alternative tools, safety, and risk assessment ...
by Amanullah Mohammed - New Central Book Agency , 2011
The book provides an understanding of the basic concepts in biochemistry and biotechnology which are required for them in a simple and interesting manner. It is prepared for students of undergraduate courses in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, etc.
by Timea Gerczei, Scott Pattison - Walter De Gruyter Inc , 2014
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 Arthur Harden - Longmans, Green & Co. , 1914
In the following chapters, based on courses of lectures, an account is given of the work done on alcoholic fermentation since Buchner's epoch-making discovery of zymase, only in so far as it appears to throw light on the nature of that phenomenon.
- Wikibooks , 2011
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; Chromosome and its structure; etc.
- Wikipedia , 2013
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 Zvy Dubinsky - InTech , 2013
While photosynthesis fuels all the life supporting processes and activities of all living creatures on Earth, from bacteria though mankind, it also created in the first place, our life supporting oxygenic atmosphere, and keeps maintaining it.
by Chuan-Fa Chang (ed.) - InTech , 2012
Written by experts from the fields of chemistry, glycobiology, microbiology, immunology, botany, zoology, as well as biotechnology. In addition to the basic research, this book also offers much in the way of experiences, tools, and technologies.
by Christopher Wood - BookBoon , 2010
The book introduces physical and biochemical concepts that determine the conformation of a protein. It starts by describing how DNA is converted into proteins and then continues with those factors that influence conformational change in a protein.
by Graham Basten - BookBoon , 2011
This book is a concise introduction to the common blood tests and concepts used in pathology. It is aimed for undergraduate students reading medicine, nursing and midwifery and subjects allied to health such as Biomedical Science.
- Wikibooks , 2012
Structural biochemistry is a branch of the life sciences which combines biology, physics, and chemistry to study living organisms. Biochemistry involves studying the cells, and the functions of its components, since it focuses on biomolecules.
by Deniz Ekinci - InTech , 2012
Chemical biology utilizes chemical principles to modulate systems to either investigate the underlying biology or create new function. This book covers protein purification, enzymology, vitamins, antioxidants, biotransformation, gene delivery, etc.
by E. Rabinowitch, Govindjee - Wiley , 1970
Topics covered: Overall Chemistry of Photosynthesis; Energetics of Photosynthesis; Solar Energy and its Utilization; Structure and Composition of the Photosynthetic Apparatus; Action Spectrum and Quantum Yield of Photosynthesis; etc.
by Melvin Calvin, James Alan Bassham - W.A. Benjamin , 1962
In this book we review the evidence leading to the formulation of the carbon reduction cycle and discuss its quantitative importance. We describe as far as possible the biosynthetic pathways which we believe exist in the chloroplast.
by R. Plimmer - Longmans , 1918
This book gives a nearly complete statement of the whole subject. The essential points are illustrated by the practical experiments. The book is intended mainly for medical students, but it contains the essentials for all students of Biology.
by J. Grotendorst, N. Attig, S. Bluegel, D. Marx - Julich Supercomputing Centre , 2009
Coarse graining of molecular systems and solids, quantum/classical hybrid methods, embedding and multiple time step techniques, creating reactive potentials, multiscale magnetism, adaptive resolution ideas or hydrodynamic interactions are discussed.
by Peter Klappa - BookBoon , 2009
The subject of reaction kinetics includes analysis of how fast reactions occur, the predictions of concentrations of reactants and products and how reactions can be altered by changing conditions. The book introduces the concept of reaction kinetics.
by David Bakewell - BookBoon , 2009
This ebook is generally intended for undergraduate students from chemical, life and physical sciences wanting to find out about the basic properties of biomolecules and how they can be transported in liquids on the micro- to nano-scale.
- Educational Testing Service , 2008
This free GRE practice book contains one actual, full-length GRE Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology Test and test-taking strategies. You can become familiar with test structure, content, test instructions and answering procedures.
by Henry Jakubowski , 2009
From the table of contents: introduction to biochemistry; lipid structure; protein structure; carbohydrates; DNA, genomics, and proteomics; binding; transport and kinetics; catalysis; oxidation/phosphorylation; signal transduction.
by Martin F. Chaplin, Christopher Bucke - Cambridge University Press , 1990
This textbook provides an authoritative guide to the principles and practice of the utilization of enzymes in biotechnology. Enzymes have increasingly important applications in the food and pharmaceutical industry, in medicine, and as biosensors.
by Ajit Varki, et al. - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press , 2008
The book covers the general principles and describes the structure and biosynthesis, diversity, and function of glycans and their relevance to both normal physiologic processes and human disease. An important read for all biomedical scientists.
by Bertini, Gray, Lippard, Valentine - University Science Books , 1994
This book covers material of a course in bioinorganic chemistry for graduate and advanced undergraduate students in chemistry or biochemistry. It should provide students with the background required to follow the research literature in the field.
- National Institutes of Health , 2007
This is a short and easy-to-read biochemistry book: proteins as the body's worker molecules, X-ray crystallography, NMR: magnets and radio waves, structure-based drug design: from the computer to the clinic, beyond drug design.