Achievements of biological chemistry in recent decades are striking. This is true not only for current popular molecular genetics but for all branches of science dealing with chemical compounds of living matter and their transformations. In many laboratories throughout the world highly qualified scientists use first-class physical instruments and sophisticated chemical and biological techniques to isolate, purify, and characterize low- and high-molecular compounds responsible for the functioning of the chemical machinery of cell and tissues, in order to determine the chemical mechanisms and the kinetic and thermodynamic parameters of biochemical processes.
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