physiological chemistry


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physiological chemistry

physiological chemistry

The subdivision of biochemistry concerned with chemical processes in living organisms.
See also: chemistry
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Physiological chemistry in the United States developed along different lines because of distinctly American cultural values and national character.
His work in physiological chemistry, begun about the same time, has always been much less known.
This led him to ignore or even to reject some important contemporary findings in physiological chemistry.
After the postdoc time at the Texas A+M University, USA, she obtained the habilitation in physiological chemistry from the University of Bonn, Germany.
The discoveries of new substances in the healthy and diseased body that accompanied the beginning of scientific medical research, and the development of organic and physiological chemistry, spawned a wave of interest in clinical chemistry as a recognizable identity in the late 1830s and 1840s.
This book was important for the development of clinical chemistry because it introduced a quantitative method of observation into physiological chemistry.
Murphy earned a BS in Natural Sciences from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio and a doctorate in pathology and physiological chemistry from The Ohio State University.
He received his BS from Wilmington College in 1942, his MA in Organic Chemistry from Miami University (Ohio) in 1943, and his PhD from Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Department of Physiological Chemistry in 1950.
Riemenschneider received his undergraduate degree in chemistry at the Julius Maximilians Universitat, Wurzburg, and his doctorate degree in physiological chemistry from the University of Wurzburg.
medical chemistry, pathological chemistry, clinical pathology, chemical pathology, physiological chemistry, biological chemistry, and clinical biochemistry.
Bartfai's physiological chemistry career spans 27 years, and he has made notable contributions to the understanding of the molecular/biochemical basis of cognition and fever.

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