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December 27, 1941

Annual Review of Biochemistry

JAMA. 1941;117(26):2292. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820520088041

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Abstract

A book which has been almost indispensable since its inception in 1932 is the Annual Review of Biochemistry. This volume presents the status of certain subjects in the biochemical field in such terms that interest not only by chemists but by practically all laboratory and clinical investigators in almost every field of biologic science is the ultimate response. The present edition reviews the more recent developments in a number of biochemical subjects by offering twenty-four articles which have been written by authorities in their respective fields of endeavor. The topics are biologic oxidations and reductions, proteolytic enzymes, nonproteolytic enzymes, chemistry of the carbohydrates and glycosides, chemistry of amino acids and proteins, the chemistry and metabolism of the compounds of sulfur, carbohydrate metabolism, fat metabolism, the metabolism of proteins and amino acids, the biochemistry of the nucleic acids, purines and pyrimidines, the biochemistry of creatine and creatinine, detoxication mechanisms, hormones, the

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