Encyclopedia of Biological Chemistry edited by W Lennarz and M D Lane

 作者:申忮     |      日期:2019-03-15 06:05:04
By Tim Bugg WHAT is “biological chemistry”? In its early days, elucidating the principles of mechanistic enzymology required practitioners with a firm grasp of organic and physical chemistry. Nowadays a large proportion of the Journal of Biological Chemistry is cell biology, with a mixture of topics that are taught in undergraduate chemistry degrees. So it is that this Encyclopedia of Biological Chemistry is primarily an encyclopedia of biochemistry and cell biology, explained at the molecular level. The seven editors have alphabetically arranged over 500 full-colour articles of four to nine pages each. The selected topics range from lipids,