Biochemistry Hardcover – 22 Mar 2002
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'A superby presented book - in keeping with the high standard of the previous editions.' -- R. E. Glass - Nottingham University
'An excellent textbook which combines basic principles of biochemistry with clinical situations and pathophysiology.' -- J. M. Land - Clinical National Hospital London
'Another fantastic book.' -- Gunnar Hansson - Gothenburg University
'I really like the chemical and structural approach to describing the changes in the molecules and the energetics involved.' -- Paul Craig, Rochester Institute of Technology
'Much improved - good cover of genetics and metabolism.' -- A. Nicolaou - Bradford University
'Nice updates, nice web resource. The organisation of some topics has improved (i.e. Glycolysis and Gluconeogenesis in the same chapter).' -- Dr Lorenzo Frigerio, University of Warwick
'The integration of evolution makes it the most exciting and revolutionary biochemistry text to appear since 1970.' -- James F. Koerner, University of Minnesota
Nice updates, nice web resource. The organisation of some topics has improved (i.e. Glycolysis and Gluconeogenesis in the same chapter).' -- Dr Lorenzo Frigerio, University of Warwick
About the Author
JEREMY M. BERG, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. JOHN L. TYMOCZKO, Carleton College. LUBERT STRYER, Stanford University School of Medicine.
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If you have studied A-level Biology I think you will find this book very easy to follow and easy on the eye.
It assumes only knowlege of biochemistry up to A-level standard and then slowly builds to give a very thorough level of understanding.
I find it just too stuffed with "words", a feature which puts off students who really want to learn this fantastic subject.
On the contrary, Stryer's Biochemistry is systematic and very well structured. The explanations are clear and concise.
As to Devlin's biochemistry, it must be said that it offers many more medical insights than the others, but it seems to me to lack clear and easy-to-study explanations upon more "traditional" concepts: glycolysis, oxidative phosphorylation and so on.
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