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Totally revised and expanded, the Color Atlas of Biochemistry presents the fundamentals of human and mammalian biochemistry on 215 stunning color plates. Alongside a short introduction to chemistry and the "classical topics" of biochemistry, the 2nd edition covers new approaches and aspects in biochemistry, such as links between chemical structure and biological function or pathways for information transfer, as well as recent developments and discoveries, such as the structures of many new important molecules. Key features of this title include: - The unique combination of highly effective color graphics and comprehensive figure legends; - Unified color-coding of atoms, coenzymes, chemical classes, and cell organelles that allows quick recognition of all involved systems; - Computer graphics provide simulated 3D representation of many important molecules. This Flexibook is ideal for students of medicine and biochemistry and a valuable source of reference for practitioners.
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Jan (Johan) Philip Koelman (11 March 1818, The Hague – 10 January 1893, The Hague) was a Dutch painter, sculptor, writer and teacher, involved during part of his life in revolutionary activity.
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