Biochemistry is generally related to chemical
processes which deals with the structures, functions and interactions of biological
macromolecules which determines the structure of cells and mostly depends upon
the reaction of smaller molecules and ions occurring inside a cell.
Biochemistry covers a wide range of scientific disciplines which covers
forensics, molecular biology, genetics, plant science and medicine and that why
from last 100 years many advance researches and challenging research works has
been carried out in this field.
Biochemistry has become the foundation for
understanding all biological processes. It underlies and includes such exciting
new fields as molecular genetics and bioengineering. Biochemistry is also
unique in providing teaching and research in both protein structure/function
and genetic engineering.
Biochemistry also includes many subspecialties
such as neurochemistry, bioorganic chemistry, clinical biochemistry, physical
biochemistry, molecular genetics, biochemical pharmacology and immunochemistry.
Recent advances in these areas have created links among technology, chemical
engineering and biochemistry.
- Biological macromolecules
- Metabolisms and metabolic pathways