Pathobiochemistry

Chemistry of diseases - pathobiochemistry.


Pathobiochemistry is an intersiciplinary scientific branch between biochemistry and pathology and examines diseases as disruption of the ordinary biochemical processes of an organism. One can call this scientific and medical field as biochemistry of diseases.

Pathochemical processes are for example the subject of clinical chemistry and other medicinal chemistry areas. Further toxicological effects play an important role in pathobiochemical operations on health.

In the list below you will find onlie available information resources about Pathobiochemistry.



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Sepsis
Pathobiochemistry of sepsis: role of proteinases, proteinase inhibitors and oxidizing agents - Format: PDF

Sphingolipids
Their metabolic pathways and the pathobiochemistry of neurodegenerative diseases - Format: PDF

Vitamin B12
The pathobiochemistry of vitamin B12 - Format: PDF



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Human diseases
That popular web resource includes over 1900 images along with text, tutorials, laboratory exercises, and examination items for self-assessment that demonstrate gross and microscopic pathologic findings associated with human disease conditions. University of Utah

Organ System Pathology Images
Cardiovascular Pathology; Central Nervous System Pathology; Endocrine Pathology; Female Pathology; Gastrointestinal Pathology; Hematopathology; Hepatic Pathology; Male Pathology; Pulmonary Pathology; Renal Pathology. University of Utah




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Last update 30.04.2016

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