Inorganic Biochemistry An Introduction Second Edition J.A. Cowan Developments in the expanding field of inorganic biochemistry have led to major additions to this important teaching text. Like the earlier edition, the second edition does not aim to be comprehensive, but to illustrate the use of basic principles to tackle important problems in inorganic biochemistry. New features of the second edition include a section on basic kinetic and thermodynamic principles in the first chapter; coverage of iron response proteins, ribozymes, and radiopharmaceuticals; a new case study of bleomycin; a comprehensive set of problems and study questions; complete literature citations; and review questions after most of the summary sections. Inorganic Biochemistry: An Introduction, Second Edition will be of great value to senior–level undergraduates and beginning graduate students in inorganic chemistry and biochemistry. It also will be a valuable reference for biological, inorganic and organic chemists; chemical and environmental engineers; researchers in molecular biology and medical sciences; and biophysicists.
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