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Biochemistry
An introduction
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Biochemistry[edit]

An introduction[edit]

This collection of Wikipedia articles is intended to supplement a standard textbook of biochemistry. Students may find its explanations complement their texts for greater clarity. In some areas its information will extend past their texts. In a few areas, information is still lacking but students are warmly welcomed to make up that deficit!

Cells and water
Biochemistry
Cells
Water
Structural Biochemistry
Nucleic acids
Nucleic acid
RNA
DNA
Proteins and amino acids
Protein
Amino acid
Properties of the twenty amino acids
Myoglobin
Hemoglobin
Enzyme mechanisms
Enzyme catalysis
Enzyme kinetics
Enzyme kinetics
Lipids and membranes
Lipid
Biological membrane
Membrane protein
Cell membrane
Carbohydrate structure
Carbohydrate
Polysaccharide
Intermediary metabolism
Metabolism
Overview of metabolism
Carbohydrate metabolism
Glycolysis
Gluconeogenesis
Glycogen
Pentose phosphate pathway
Citric acid cycle
Citric acid cycle
Oxidative phosphorylation
Oxidative phosphorylation
Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis
Lipid metabolism
Fatty acid synthesis
Lipogenesis
Acetyl-CoA carboxylase
Fatty acid degradation
Beta oxidation
Nitrogen metabolism
Nitrogen fixation
Amino acid synthesis
Nucleotide
Urea cycle
Integration of metabolism
Hormone
Signal transduction
Diabetes mellitus
Informational Macromolecules
DNA synthesis and repair
DNA replication
DNA repair
Oncogenes
RNA synthesis and processing
Transcription
Regulation of gene expression
Protein synthesis and modifications
Translation
Posttranslational modification
Proteolysis
Proteasome