By J. Stenesh
In line with the growth of data in biochemistry and molecular biology, the Second Edition of this reference has been thoroughly revised and up-to-date, with nearly 16,000 new entries. Names of particular compounds and different components were considerably enlarged, and definitions were elevated for readability and precision. info is drawn from over 500 books and 1,000 articles, together with suggestions of the fee on Biochemical Nomenclature, the overseas Union of natural and utilized Chemistry, and the overseas Union of Biochemistry. phrases utilized by biochemists from a vast diversity of sciences, corresponding to chemistry, immunology, genetics, virology, biophysics, and microbiology, are incorporated. Abbreviations, either general and nonstandard, also are supplied, in addition to cross-referenced synonymous expressions.
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Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2nd Edition by J. Stenesh