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The main article for this category is Biochemistry.

Biochemistry is the chemistry of life. Biochemists study the elements, compounds and chemical reactions that are controlled by biomolecules (such as polypeptides, polynucleotides, polysaccharides, lipids and chemical messengers) and take place in all living organisms.

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Bioluminescence

Biomolecules

Cellular respiration

Chemical ecology

Chemical pathology

Chemical weapons

Cryobiology

Fermentation

Food chemistry

Gene expression

Glycobiology

Medicinal chemistry

Metabolism

Molecular biology

Neurochemistry

Photosynthesis

Professorships in biochemistry

Reagents for biochemistry

Signal transduction

 

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1-Hydroxy-7-azabenzotriazole

Acid phosphatase

Adamkiewicz reaction

Adenylylation

Agricultural chemistry

Alpha oxidation

Amylolytic process

Antiparallel (biochemistry)

Arachidonic acid 5-hydroperoxide

Assay

BASys

BOP reagent

BRENDA tissue ontology

Bacterial microcompartment

Benzoxazinone biosynthesis

Bio-Rad Laboratories

Biochemical detection

Biochemistry

Bioconjugation

Bioenergetics

Bioinorganic chemistry

Biological aspects of fluorine

Biological unit

Biomolecule

Bioorganic chemistry

Bioorganometallic chemistry

Bis-choline tetrathiomolybdate

Book:Biomolecular Structure

Browning (food process)

Burst kinetics

Bx1 benzoxazin1

C3orf14-Chromosome 3 open reading frame 14

Canadian Reference Materials

Capsinoids

Carbon chauvinism

Carnitine shuttle

CellCognition

ChemProt

Chi site

Chromium in glucose metabolism

Chromosome combing

Citric acid cycle

Cleavable detergent

Coding region

Coil–globule transition

Composition of the human body

Crabtree effect

Cytidine diphosphate glucose

Cytochemistry

Cytoplasmic inclusion

DEPBT

Dally (gene)

Demethylating agent

Depsidone

Diamino acid

Dihydrobiopterin reductase

Dihydroprogesterone

Disproportionation

EHD protein family

Ellman's reagent

Emerson effect

Energy homeostasis

Energy landscape

Entatic state

Environmental chemistry

Enzyme mimic

Ethyl eicosapentaenoic acid

Fast parallel proteolysis

Filter binding assay

Flippin–Lodge angle

Fructolysis

Function-spacer-lipid construct

Fungistatics

G protein–coupled receptor

GABA receptor antagonist

Gag-onc fusion protein

Gaseous mediator

Gaseous signaling molecules

Gluconeogenesis

Glutaminolysis

Glycobiology

Glycolysis

Glycosylation

Glyoxylate and dicarboxylate metabolism

Ground substance

Gua Operon

Henry Jay Forman

Heteromer

High anion gap metabolic acidosis

History of biochemistry

Hydrogenase mimic

Hydroxybenzotriazole

IdMOC

Immunogold labelling

Index of biochemistry articles

Instruments used in toxicology

International Cannabinoid Research Society

Ionomics

Iron stress repressed RNA

Ischemic cell death

Isohydric principle

Isozyme

K-Casein

Kodecyte

Kodevirion

Levan polysaccharide

Lipid droplet

Lipid microdomain

Lipidology

List of coffee chemicals

M1G

MINAS

Macromolecule

Magnet-assisted transfection

Matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor

Melanomorph

Melting curve analysis

Methionine sulfoxide

Methotrexate Leucovorin Rescue

Micro-arrays for mass spectrometry

Micro-incineration

Moiety conservation

Molecular probe

Molecular weight cut-off

Myc-tag

N,N'-Dicyclohexylcarbodiimide

N,N'-Diisopropylcarbodiimide

N-Ethylmaleimide

N-linked glycosylation

Neurochemistry

Nitrogenous base

Norvaline

Nucleic acid metabolism

Nucleotide Pyrophosphatase/Phosphodiesterase (NPP)

Nutritional bioactive compounds

One-compartment kinetics

Organelle biogenesis

Organotroph

Outline of biochemistry

Oxygen diffusion-enhancing compound

P-bodies

PHBV

Peptide synthesis

Percoll

Pgrac

Pharmacology

Pheophorbide A

Pheromone biosynthesis activating neuropeptide

Phosphate buffered saline

Phosphomimetics

Photosynthetic state transition

Pht01

Physiological chemistry

Plasma protein binding

Platelet membrane glycoprotein

Polyomavirus capsid protein (VP1)

Prokaryote

Protein adsorption

Protein adsorption in the food industry

Protein engineering

Protein–lipid interaction

Purine metabolism

Purine nucleotide cycle

PyBOP

RI-1(RAD51 inhibitor II)

Ramogen

Receptor theory

Recombinant AAV mediated genome engineering

Retromer

Reuterin

Reverse cholesterol transport

Rowena Green Matthews

S-Nitrosoglutathione

SR protein

STRA6

Scale (chemistry)

Secretion

Sequence space (evolution)

Sialome

Single-cell analysis

Soft chemistry

Splicing factor

Strep-tag

Streptamer

Superose

Table of standard reduction potentials for half-reactions important in biochemistry

Tether (cell biology)

The Association for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine

Thrombospondin 1

Thymidine diphosphate glucose

Tim9-Tim10 complex

Time-resolved mass spectrometry

Toxalbumin

Trace element

Transition metal dioxygen complex

Transition metal thiolate complex

Vesicle fusion

Vibrational circular dichroism

Wikifood

Zymology


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