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by David Glick

Author: David Glick
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (November 19, 1976)
Pages: 435 pages
Category: Math and Science
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Methods of biochemical analysis. Methods of biochemical analysis

Methods of biochemical analysis. Methods of biochemical analysis. Volume I. CONTENTS Determination of Sulfhydryl Groups in Certain Biological Substances.

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Methods of Biochemical Analysis provides a periodic and authoritative . Founded in 1954 by Professor David Glick, Methods of Biochemical.

An encyclopaedia of methods in biochemical analysis, this modern series keeps biochemists and analytical chemists abreast of experimental innovations and improvements in biochemical techniques and instrumentation

An encyclopaedia of methods in biochemical analysis, this modern series keeps biochemists and analytical chemists abreast of experimental innovations and improvements in biochemical techniques and instrumentation.

New Biological Books. David Glick. Claude F. Baxter, "Methods of Biochemical Analysis.

Methods of Biochemical Analysis. vol. I. David Glick, Ed. Interseience, New York, 1954.

A few things of note: the book is aimed at biologists.

Series: Methods of Biochemical Analysis, V. 44 (Book 44). Paperback: 681 pages. A few things of note: the book is aimed at biologists. This is not to imply that computer scientists or actuarial scientists will never understand this book, but rather implies that the approach to instruction is taken from the biological realm and then expanded to other related fields. Also note that this is aimed strictly at comparative structural bioinformatics. While mentioned in the book, topics like transcription factors, x-ray crystalographic methods, or multi-cell signalling networks are best left for other books.