Harper's Illustrated Biochemistry, Volume 26
McGraw-Hill, Mar 18, 2003 - Medical - 693 pages
Extensively revised and updated, this authoritative biochemistry text is known worldwide for its comprehensive and up-to-date coverage. Extensively illustrated and user-friendly, the text offers examples pf how knowledge of biochemistry is essential for understanding the molecular basis of health and disease. The 26th edition also features expanded content on results of the Human Genome Project. Perfect as both text and USMLE review.
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STRUCTURES FUNCTIONS OF PROTEINS ENZYMES
Higher Orders of Structure
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