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biochemist

A person with an advanced degree in biochemistry who is scientifically (but not medically) qualified to provide opinions on the significance of normal and abnormal values in body fluid chemistries.
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I thoroughly enjoyed reading How Life Works: The Inside Word from a Biochemist and recommend it as a valuable addition to the class or school library.
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1953 Biochemists James Watson and Francis Crick discover that the DNA molecule has a double-helix structure.
I moved to Southampton as Consultant Clinical Biochemist in 1976 and then to a similar position at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, in 1980.
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THE biochemist arrested after the 7/7 attacks yesterday admitted he did know two of the bombers.
I've picked him because he's a biochemist, so he understands what I tell him.

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