Biochemistry

Biochemistry with chemistry of life and as such draws on analytical techniques, organic, and physical chemistry, as well as those of physiologists concerned with the molecular basis of critical processes.
Biochemistry is essential to understanding the definitions below.
•    The chemical processes that turn diet into compounds that are features of a specific species' cells.
•    The enzyme acts as a catalyst.
•    Usage of the potential energy produced through the oxidation of food ingested for the various energy-requiring processes of the living cell.
•    The properties and structure of the substances which shape the tissue and cell framework.
•    To address basic medical and biological issues.

 

Sub-Tracks

  • Biochemistry methods
  • Bioinorganic chemistry
  • Biology and pharmacology of chemical elements
  • Chemical ecology
  • Chemical pathology
  • Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition
  • Metabolisms
  • Neurochemistry
  • physiological biochemistry
  • Reagents for biochemistry

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