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  1. Medical Biochemistry, Fourth Edition by N. V. Bhagavan, 2001-10-04
  2. Biochemistry Laboratory: Modern Theory and Techniques by Rodney F. Boyer, 2006-07-07

141. Texas Tech University - Department Of Chemistry And Biochemistry
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About 200 K12 lesson plans for Anatomy Physiology, Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Genetics, Environmental Studies Ecology, biochemistry, and General Biology.
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  • Gathering data about respiration by Charles Buzek - John Spry School
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  • 143. Www.worthington-biochem.com8080/
    The biochemistry Home PageWelcome to KState s Department of biochemistry website! The biochemistry Program offers BS, BA, MS, and Ph.D. degrees. Graduate biochemistry Group. Courses.

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    145. The Virtual Biochemistry Laboratory
    The Virtual biochemistry Laboratory In the Virtual biochemistry Laboratory, you can move around, perform experiments and listen to lectures.
    The Virtual Biochemistry Laboratory
    In the Virtual Biochemistry Laboratory, you can move around, perform experiments and listen to lectures. You can also take on the "Nobel Challenge" consisting of 12 biochemistry missions. Biochemistry is the study of life processes at a molecular level. This Virtual Biochemistry Laboratory consists of several rooms, each focusing on one particular method used in biochemistry: "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance", "Electrophoresis", "Chromatography", "Protein Sequencing", "X-ray Diffraction" and "Protein Folding". The different methods help scientists find out more about molecules, for example proteins. Welcome in!
    Due to upgrading of software, there are today the following faults in the Virtual Biochemistry Lab:
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    -Separation Hall (you can't reach the lab bench in one of the three electrophoresis experiments).

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    147. Redirect To New Dept. Of Biochemistry Web Site
    Greetings. The Department of biochemistry has a new Web site at a new address. You will be transferred to the new site in 15 seconds.
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    148. Trends In Biochemical Sciences
    TiBS covers discoveries in the fields of biophysics, biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, and cell biology. Aimed at both scientists and students.


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    Trends in Biochemical Sciences An official publication of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
    Link to Latest issue If you have a personal print subscription to a Trends title please click here Aims and Scope Trends in Biochemical Sciences (TiBS) is designed to keep its readers up-to-date and well informed about recent advances in biochemistry and molecular biology. In addition to topical reviews, which provide the main focus of each issue, TiBS provides a platform for debate and hypothesis where new ideas can be discussed. A popular section is the Protein Sequence Motif column, which publishes short reports of new motifs or sequence homologies that have been recognized in known sequences. TiBS also features letters, reviews of computer applications and techniques, historical perspectives of biochemical and molecular biology research, and book reviews. TiBS is part of the Trends journal series, now recognized as the most highly cited group of monthly review journals in the world.

    149. Jon Maber's Homepage
    Jon Maber s Home Page. These pages contain resources for students of biochemistry and some other material. WWW Resources for Students of biochemistry.
    Jon Maber's Home Page
    These pages contain resources for students of Biochemistry and some other material. There is also an advert for my book Data Analysis for Biomolecular Sciences
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    Data Analysis for Biomolecular Sciences
    You can look at the cover here ISBN 0-582-30595-0 This new text is an ideal introduction to statistics for biomolecular science students based on a successful course and relating statistical theory to real life examples. Data Analysis for Biomolecular Sciences covers the statistics of biological tests and assays, communication of the results of analyses and the use of statistical tests to aid decision making. Topics include probability, precision and accuracy of measurements, significance testing, the t-test, analysis of variance and linear/nonlinear regression. Students of biological subjects often think of statistics as difficult or unappealing so Data Analysis for Biomolecular Sciences aims to demystify the subject and provide motivation for learning data handling techniques.

    150. BJPP
    Formerly, Fiziologia na rasteniyata, Sofia, this journal publishes original scientific and methodological papers, brief communications and reviews on special topics in the field of plant physiology and biochemistry.
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    Tables of contents Publisher BULGARIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY (former Fiziologia na rasteniyata, Sofia) publishes original scientific and methodological papers, brief communications and reviews on special topics in the field of plant physiology and biochemistry. The papers should not be published or intended for publication elsewhere.
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    Editorial Bord Ivan Yordanov , Editor in chief,
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    7-12 September 2002. Varna, Bulgaria Acad. M. Popov Institute of Plant Physiology Proceedings Go to top Go to top Go to top ... Go to top Instructions to authors Submitting and processing manuscripts: All correspondence should be addressed to: Prof. Dr. Ivan Yordanov, Editor in chief

    151. USUHS Medical Biochemistry Exams
    USUHS Medical biochemistry Exams. Click here for nonframes version. Awards Received. Links2Go biochemistry Award (http//
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  • 152. Biochem Rice & Med Center MENU
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    153. NRC Research Press: Biochemistry And Cell Biology
    NRC Research Press biochemistry and Cell Biologybiochemistry and Cell Biology Special issues each year are dedicated to expanding new areas of research in biochemistry and cell biology.

    154. Fatty Acid Oxidation
    An introduction, mobilization of fat stores, oxidation reactions, alternative oxidation pathways, regulation of fatty acid metabolism, clinical aspects of fatty acid metabolism, ketogenesis, regulation of ketogenesis, and clinical significance of ketogenesis.
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    Utilization of dietary lipids requires that they first be absorbed through the intestine. As these molecules are oils they would be essentially insoluble in the aqueous intestinal environment. Solubilization (emulsification) of dietary lipid is accomplished via bile salts that are synthesized in the liver and secreted from the gallbladder.
    The emulsified fats can then be degraded by pancreatic lipases ( lipase and phospholipase A ). These enzymes, secreted into the intestine from the pancreas, generate free fatty acids and a mixtures of mono- and diacylglycerols from dietary triacylglycerols. Pancreatic lipase degrades triacylglycerols at the 1 and 3 positions sequentially to generate 1,2-diacylglycerols and 2-acylglycerols. Phospholipids are degraded at the 2 position by pancreatic phospholipase A releasing a free fatty acid and the lysophospholipid.
    Following absorption of the products of pancreatic lipase by the intestinal mucosal cells, the resynthesis of triacylglycerols occurs. The triacylglycerols are then solubilized in lipoprotein complexes (complexes of lipid and protein) called chylomicrons . A chylomicron contains lipid droplets surrounded by the more polar lipids and finally a layer of proteins. Triacylglycerols synthesized in the liver are packaged into VLDLs and released into the blood directly. Chylomicrons from the intestine are then released into the blood via the lymph system for delivery to the various tissues for storage or production of energy through oxidation.

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    156. University Of Bristol, Biochemistry Department
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    157. BBA - Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta (Elsevier)
    Comprehensive journal published by Elsevier Science. Topics covered include bioenegetics, biomemebranes, cancer, cell biology, genetics, and biochemistry.
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    158. Phytochemistry
    Phytochemistry covers research on all aspects of plant chemistry, plant biochemistry, plant molecular biology and chemical ecology.

    159. Ingenta: All Issues -- Analytical Biochemistry
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