Biochemistry / Jeremy M. Berg, John L. Tymoczko, Lubert Stryer ; web content by Neil D. Clarke.

By: Berg, Jeremy M. (Jeremy Mark), 1958-
Contributor(s): Tymoczko, John L, 1948- | Stryer, Lubert | Stryer, Lubert. Biochemistry
Publisher: New York : W.H. Freeman, ©2002Edition: 5th edDescription: 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0716730510; 9780716730514; 0716749548; 9780716749547; 0716746840; 9780716746843; 0716749556; 9780716749554Subject(s): Biochemistry | Biochemistry | BioquímicaGenre/Form: Fulltext. | Internet Resource. | Textbooks. Additional physical formats: Online version:: Biochemistry.DDC classification: 572 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online | kostenfrei Volltext | Click here to access online Also available in digital form from the National Center for Biotechnology Information Web site.
Contents:
Part I. The molecular design of life -- 1. Prelude -- 2. Biochemical evolution -- 3. Protein structure and function -- 4. Exploring proteins -- 5. RNA, DNA, and the flow of genetic information -- 6. Exploring genes -- 7. Exploring evolution (including bioinformatics) -- 8. Enzymes: Basic concepts and kinetics -- 9. Catalytic strategies -- 10. Regulatory strategies: Enzymes and hemoglobin -- 11. Carbohydrates -- 12. Lipids and cell membranes -- 13. Membrane channels and pumps -- Part II. Transducing and storing energy -- 14. Metabolism: Basic concepts and design -- 15. Signal-transduction pathways: An introduction to information metabolism -- 16. Glycolysis and gluconeogenesis -- 17. The citric acid cycle -- 18. Oxidative phosphorylation -- 19. The light reactions of photosynthesis -- 20. The Calvin cycle and the pentose phosphate pathway -- 21. Glycogen metabolism -- 22. Fatty acid metabolism -- 23. Protein turnover and amino acid catabolism -- Part III. Synthesizing the molecules of life -- 24. The biosynthesis of amino acids -- 25. Nucleotide biosynthesis -- 26. The biosynthesis of membrane lipids and steroids -- 27. DNA replication, recombination, and repair -- 28. RNA synthesis and splicing -- 29. Protein synthesis -- 30. The integration of metabolism -- 31. The control of gene expression -- Part IV. Responding to environmental changes -- 32. Sensory systems -- 33. The immune system -- 34. Molecular motors.
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Revised edition of: Biochemistry / by Lubert Stryer. 4th ed. 1995.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I. The molecular design of life -- 1. Prelude -- 2. Biochemical evolution -- 3. Protein structure and function -- 4. Exploring proteins -- 5. RNA, DNA, and the flow of genetic information -- 6. Exploring genes -- 7. Exploring evolution (including bioinformatics) -- 8. Enzymes: Basic concepts and kinetics -- 9. Catalytic strategies -- 10. Regulatory strategies: Enzymes and hemoglobin -- 11. Carbohydrates -- 12. Lipids and cell membranes -- 13. Membrane channels and pumps -- Part II. Transducing and storing energy -- 14. Metabolism: Basic concepts and design -- 15. Signal-transduction pathways: An introduction to information metabolism -- 16. Glycolysis and gluconeogenesis -- 17. The citric acid cycle -- 18. Oxidative phosphorylation -- 19. The light reactions of photosynthesis -- 20. The Calvin cycle and the pentose phosphate pathway -- 21. Glycogen metabolism -- 22. Fatty acid metabolism -- 23. Protein turnover and amino acid catabolism -- Part III. Synthesizing the molecules of life -- 24. The biosynthesis of amino acids -- 25. Nucleotide biosynthesis -- 26. The biosynthesis of membrane lipids and steroids -- 27. DNA replication, recombination, and repair -- 28. RNA synthesis and splicing -- 29. Protein synthesis -- 30. The integration of metabolism -- 31. The control of gene expression -- Part IV. Responding to environmental changes -- 32. Sensory systems -- 33. The immune system -- 34. Molecular motors.

Also available in digital form from the National Center for Biotechnology Information Web site.

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