The new edition of BIOCHEMISTRY ILLUSTRATED continues to provide a valuable graphical approach to biochemistry. The text has been made more accessible to students through a radical revision, presenting the material in a more logical and cohesive style. The excellent diagrams, which are the definitive feature of this book, remain as before. The book also has a larger format and content has been updated in the area of molecular biology.
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An introduction to proteins and peptides
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6-phosphate acetyl CoA activity allosteric amino acid residues amino acids antibody atom bile binding biosynthesis blood bonds carbohydrate carbon catalyses cell cholesterol chromosomes codon coenzyme complex components compounds contains cycle cytochrome cytosol degradation dehydrogenase denaturation disease DNA polymerase domain electron transport electrophoresis endoplasmic reticulum enzyme eukaryotes exons fatty acids filaments formation fructose function gene glucose Glutamate glycerol glycogen H OH helix hemoglobin hexokinase hormones hydrogen hydrolysed hydroxyl illustrated in Fig indicated inhibition inhibitor insulin interaction involved ketone bodies known lipid lipoprotein liver metabolism mitochondria molecules mRNA muscle mutation N-terminal NADH normal nucleic acid nucleotides oxaloacetate oxidation oxygen pathway peptide phosphate phospholipid phosphorylation plasma membrane polypeptide polypeptide chain precursor primary structure protein kinase pyruvate reaction receptor replication result ribosomes role sequence serum shown in Fig strands substrate subunits synthesis tertiary structure tissue transcription triacylglycerol tRNA tyrosine urea vitamin