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Blood Biochemistry

  • Authors
  • N. J. Russell
  • G. M. Powell
  • J. G. Jones
  • P. J. Winterburn
  • J. M. Basford

Part of the Croom Helm Biology in Medicine Series book series (CHBMS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-1
  2. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 2-3
  3. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 4-20
  4. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 21-36
  5. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 37-49
  6. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 50-67
  7. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 68-89
  8. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 90-103
  9. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 104-115
  10. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 116-130
  11. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 131-136
  12. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 137-146
  13. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 147-167
  14. N. J. Russell, G. M. Powell, J. G. Jones, P. J. Winterburn, J. M. Basford
    Pages 168-172
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 173-178

About this book

Introduction

The idea for this book arose from an integrated Iecture course on the biochemistry of blood given to medical students in the second year of their pre-clinical studies. However, the material in that course has been expanded and it is intended that the book provide both the medical and non-medical reader with a concise and up-to-date account of the status of knowiedge of the biochemistry of blood. A glance at the chapter titles shows how wide a field this covers, including many of the growth areas in biochemistry. It is assumed that readers of the book will have a basic knowiedge of biochemistry. A functional approach is, adopted, and whenever possible the material is organised in terms of biochemical functions, although there are separate chapters on the white cell and the red cello Because of the clinical importance of analysing blood components and assaying enzymes in the diagnosis of disease, chapters are included on the separation, preparation and measurement of blood components.

Keywords

biochemistry blood enzymes growth

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-7892-1
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1982
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-011-7894-5
  • Online ISBN 978-94-011-7892-1
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