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April 24, 1943

Laboratory Directions in Biochemistry

JAMA. 1943;121(17):1418. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840170102025

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Biochemistry has been recognized as an important subject in the medical curriculum for many years and, more recently, detailed work in this subject has been given in schools of dentistry. The present loose leaf manual of directions for laboratory work for a course of biochemistry in medical schools and in dental schools will be viewed with interest by many teachers of biochemistry. The author states that the directions were prepared originally for his students at the Albany Medical College in 1910. The original manual has been revised each year, and today the directions for laboratory work in biochemistry are thoroughly in keeping with newer developments of the subject. The directions for experiments are divided into sections on introductory biochemistry and clinical biochemistry and a course in practical laboratory work for dental students. An outline of the plan of lectures and laboratory work as presented at Western Reserve University is provided

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