Gault, Victor A.

Understanding bioanalytical chemistry : principles and applications / Victor A. Gault, Neville H. McClenaghan - Chichester : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009 - X, 290 p. : il. ; 25 cm



Bioanalytical Chemistry for Life and Health Sciences: Principles and Applications is a single core textbook, with supplementary learning materials, which provides a novel teaching and learning resource for tutors and students of first year undergraduate chemistry. The book describes basic principles, terminology, and core technologies, which include modern experimental techniques and equipment used to analyse important biomolecules in diagnostic, industrial, and research laboratory settings. It also provides an introduction to advanced technologies used in the emerging fields of genomics, peptidomics/proteomics, and metabolomics. Índice: Contents Preface 1 Introduction to biomolecules 1.1 Overview of chemical and physical attributes of biomolecules 1.2 Classification of biomolecules 1.3 Features and characteristics of major biomolecules 1.4 Structurefunction relationships 1.5 Significance of biomolecules in nature and science 2 Analysis and quantification of biomolecules 2.1 Importance of accurate determination of biomolecules 2.2 Major methods to detect and quantify biomolecules 2.3 Understanding mass, weight, volume and density 2.4 Understanding moles and molarity 2.5 Understanding solubility and dilutions 3 Transition metals in health a... Etc.


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