Student Companion to Accompany Fundamentals of Biochemistry / Edition 5 available in Paperback
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This is the Student Companion to accompany Fundamentals of Biochemistry, 5th Edition.
Voet, Voet and Pratt’s Fundamentals of Biochemistry, 5th Edition addresses the enormous advances in biochemistry, particularly in the areas of structural biology and Bioinformatics, by providing a solid biochemical foundation that is rooted in chemistry to prepare students for the scientific challenges of the future. While continuing in its tradition of presenting complete and balanced coverage that is clearly written and relevant to human health and disease, Fundamentals of Biochemistry, 5e includes new pedagogy and enhanced visuals that provide a pathway for student learning.
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About the Author
Donald Voet received a Ph.D. in chemistry from Harvard University and did postdoctoral research in the Biology Department at MIT. Don took up a faculty position in the department of chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania, upon completing his postdoctoral work. He has been a visiting scholar at Oxford University, the University of California San Diego, and the Weismann Institute of Science in Israel.
Judith Voet received her Ph.D. from Brandeis University and did postdoctoral research at the University of Pennsylvania, Haverford College and the Fox Chase Cancer Center. She taught at the University of Delaware before moving to Swarthmore College. Together with Don Voet, she is Co-Editor-in-Chief of the journal Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education.
Table of ContentsPartial table of contents:
Techniques of Protein Purification.
Covalent Structures of Proteins.
Hemoglobin: Protein Function in Microcosm.
Lipids and Membranes.
MECHANISMS OF ENZYME ACTION.
Rates of Enzymatic Reactions.
Transport Through Membranes.
Citric Acid Cycle.
Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation.
THE EXPRESSION AND TRANSMISSION OF GENETIC INFORMATION.
DNA: The Vehicle of Inheritance.
Nucleic Acid Structures and Manipulation.
DNA Replication, Repair, and Recombination.
Eukaryotic Gene Expression.