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Biochemical pathways : an atlas of biochemistry and molecular biology / edited by Herhard Michal, Dietmar Schomburg.

Contributor(s): Schomburg, D. (Dietmar) | Michal, Gerhard.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Wiley Online Library.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, c2012Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource : ill.ISBN: 9781118657072 (electronic bk.); 1118657071 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Metabolism -- AtlasesOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction and General Aspects / Gerhard Michal, Dietmar Schomburg -- The Cell and Its Contents / Gerhard Michal, Dietmar Schomburg -- Metabolism / Röbbe Wünschiers, Martina Jahn, Dieter Jahn, Ida Schomburg, Susanne Peifer, Elmar Heinzle, Helmut Burtscher, Julia Garbe, Annika Steen, Max Schobert, Dieter Oesterhelt, Josef Wachtveitl, Antje Chang -- Protein Biosynthesis, Modifications and Degradation / Martina Jahn, Dieter Jahn, Röbbe Wünschiers, Stefan Ries, Petra Dersch -- Viruses / Klaus Klumpp -- Transport / Wilhelm Just, Horst Klima, Gerhard Michal -- Signal Transduction and Cellular Communication / Gerhard Niederfellner -- Immune System / Ernst Peter Rieber, Anton Haselbeck -- Blood Coagulation and Fibrinolysis / Peter Müller -- Biochemical Networks, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology / Dietmar Schomburg,
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Introduction and General Aspects / Gerhard Michal, Dietmar Schomburg -- The Cell and Its Contents / Gerhard Michal, Dietmar Schomburg -- Metabolism / Röbbe Wünschiers, Martina Jahn, Dieter Jahn, Ida Schomburg, Susanne Peifer, Elmar Heinzle, Helmut Burtscher, Julia Garbe, Annika Steen, Max Schobert, Dieter Oesterhelt, Josef Wachtveitl, Antje Chang -- Protein Biosynthesis, Modifications and Degradation / Martina Jahn, Dieter Jahn, Röbbe Wünschiers, Stefan Ries, Petra Dersch -- Viruses / Klaus Klumpp -- Transport / Wilhelm Just, Horst Klima, Gerhard Michal -- Signal Transduction and Cellular Communication / Gerhard Niederfellner -- Immune System / Ernst Peter Rieber, Anton Haselbeck -- Blood Coagulation and Fibrinolysis / Peter Müller -- Biochemical Networks, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology / Dietmar Schomburg,

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Description based on title page from PDF version; (Wiley Online Library; viewed on Mar. 7, 2012).

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CHOICE Review

Biochemical Pathways is not a classical biochemistry book but rather a unique reference encapsulating the pathways of biochemistry. It contains a wealth of information beginning with two introductory chapters that provide some chemical background, overviews of energetics, enzyme kinetics, cellular structure, descriptions of the components of proteins and nucleic acids, and the conventions used in presenting each pathway. The following 18 chapters present the pathways, including short textual segments, cross-references to related pathways, and limited bibliographic references. The final chapter provides useful references to electronic databases and major print resources. This atlas of pathways is an outgrowth of the Biochemical Pathways wall chart developed by Michal 30 years ago. With its encyclopedic style, it is extremely well organized and well indexed. It is densely packed with information, yet very readable. A valuable resource for anyone needing summary information about biochemical pathways. Upper-division undergraduates and up. J. A. Kelly; University of Connecticut

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<p> GERHARD MICHAL, PhD, has retired from research at Boehringer Mannheim GmbH (now Roche Diagnostics). He is internationally acclaimed for developing the "Biochemical Pathways" wall chart. The first edition, which was published some forty years ago, has been continuously updated and is used in many biochemistry laboratories around the world.</p> <p> DIETMAR SCHOMBURG, PhD, is a Full Professor and Head of the Department of Bioinformatics and Biochemistry at the Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina in Braunschweig. His research interests include protein structure and function, structural biochemistry, bioinformatics, and enzyme information/metabolic networks. Dr. Schomburg has been widely praised for establishing BRENDA, the principal source of enzyme function and property data.</p>

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