Molecular Biochemistry of Human Disease
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First published in 1986: This book is to help medical, pharmacy, and advanced students in science to understand the growing importance of continuously advancing biochemical concepts in human disease.
Table of Contents
1. Basis of Abnormal Biochemical Mechanisms. 2. Abnormalities of Protein Synthesis and Metabolism. 3. Abnormalities of Lipid Synthesis and Metabolism. 4. Abnormalities of Carbohydrate Synthesis and Metabolism. 5. Abnormalities of Nucleic Acid and Purine or Pyrimidine Synthesis and Metabolism. References. Further Reading. Index.
1. Abnormalities of Water and Electrolyte Metabolism. 2. Abnormalities of Trace Element Metabolism. 3. Abnormalities of Cellular Organization. Glossary. Appendix. Index.
1. Inflammation. 2. Atherosclerosis. 3. Liver Diseases. 4. Diseases of the Nervous System. References. Further Reading. Index.
George Feuer, Ph.D., is a Professor of Clinical Biochemistry and Pharmacology (Toxicology) at the University of Toronto, Canada.
Felix A. de la Iglesia, M.D., is Vice President of Pathology and Experimental Toxicology at Warner- Lambert/Park-Davis Pharmaceutical Research in Ann Arbor, Michigan.