Harper's Illustrated Biochemistry

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Lange Medical Books/McGraw-Hill, 2006 - Science - 692 pages
Known world-wide for its comprehensive and up-to-date coverage Integrating detailed discussions of biochemical diseases, updated clinical information, case studies, and extensive illustrations, this classic can be used as both a text and USMLE review book. Extensively illustrated: 500+ clear, descriptive illustrationsNew chapters on amino acids and peptides, structures of protein, and the Human Genome project

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I am not so familiar with this book.It seems rare for me.Many people tell me that it is a good book used in our medical school.As a first year I had to first admit it as been fine.I came to use this book sometime but each time proves hard for me to understand may be because I am still new to it-I don't know.I can understand some of the things but need to get others from many other sources in order for me to come to an understanding of some processes.My ranking of the book is good though. 

About the author (2006)

Robert Murray, MD - Professor of Biochemistry, University of Toronto

Daryl Granner, MD - Professor of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, Vanderbilt University

David Bender, PhD - Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University College of London

Kathleen Botham, PhD - Dept. of Veterinary Basic Sciences, The Royal Veterinary College

Victor Rodwell, PhD - Professor of Biochemistry, Purdue University

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