Textbook of Biochemistry With Clinical Correlations
Thomas M. Devlin’s Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlations presents the biochemistry of mammalian cells, relates events at a cellular level to the subsequent physiological processes in the whole animal, and cites examples of human diseases derived from aberrant biochemical processes. The organization and content are tied together to provide students with the complete picture of biochemistry and how it relates to humans. Loaded with new material and chapters and brimming with detailed, full-color illustrations that clearly explain associated concepts, this sixth edition is an indispensable tool for students and professionals in the medical or health sciences.
Key Features of the Sixth Edition:
- Over 250 Clinical Correlations highlighting the significance of the biochemistry to clinical conditions and diseases
- MCAT-Style Questions with annontated answers in every chapter – in a format similar to that used by the National Board of Medical Examiners
- More than 1,200 high-quality, full-color illustrations
- A concise appendix reviewing important Organic Chemistry Concepts
New to the Sixth Edition:
- Fully Updated with a significant revision of all chapters and major topics
- Two new chapters: Fundamentals of Signal Transduction and Cell Cycle, Programmed Cell Death, and Cancer
- A Glossary that explains important biochemical terms New sections on the Basal Lamina Protein Complex and Molecular Motors
MCP-Hahnemann Univ., Philadelphia, PA. Brandon/Hill Medical List first-purchase selection (#58). Textbook covers structure of macromolecules, transmission of information, functions of proteins, metabolic pathways and their control, and physiological processes. Includes illustrations, clinical correlations, and review questions. Previous edition: c1997. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The publisher, John Wiley & Sons
Unique in its inclusion of clinical correlations, it is an invaluable reference for medical, dentistry and veterinary students, providing exhaustive coverage of proteins, enzymes, metabolism, DNA, RNA, hormones, and more. New to this edition are chapters covering protein function, protein synthesis, genetic engineering and molecular cell biology. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
From the Back Cover
TEXTBOOK OF BIOCHEMISTRY WITH CLINICAL CORRELATIONS
Thomas M. Devlin
This newly revised and updated fifth edition of Devlin’s Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlations presents the biochemistry of mammalian cells, relates events at the cellular level to physiological processes in the whole animal, and cites examples of human diseases derived from aberrant biochemical processes.
This edition significantly expands the clinical correlation that highlight the significance of biochemistry to specific clinical problems. Full-color illustrations provide clear explanations for the concepts discussed, and end-of-chapter questions and answers act as challenging study material. Reorganized into five practical sections, Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlations covers these topics and much more:
- Structure of macromolecules–DNA, RNA, and protein structure
- Information transmission–replication, transcription, protein synthesis, and control of gene expression
- Functions of proteins–protein families, enzymes, membrane structure, and transport mechanisms
- Metabolic pathways and their control–carbohydrate, lipid, amino acid, and nucleotide metabolism
- Physiological processes–hormone and signal transduction, biochemistry of nervous tissue, muscle vision, coagulation and digestion, and principles of nutrition
–This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Thomas M. Devlin, Ph.D. – Professor Emeritus, Drexel University School of Medicine.
a fine integrative text, May 9, 2006
I wish this book had been around when I went through medical school.
Fantastic Book!, February 13, 2005
Excellent, thorough, definitive biochemistry textbook, November 27, 1999