Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry is a comprehensive guide to the principle of biochemistry.
Summary of the Book
Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry is a classic, which introduces the fundamentals of biochemistry to its readers. The authors were able to combine the laboratory methods with the classroom teachings in this book. Although the book is very much like its older editions, it is packed with all latest developments and research in the field of genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology. Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry has several colorful diagrams and pictures, which make the book very interactive and easy-to-understand. The book covers all the major topics in biochemistry, from the fundamentals to the complex topics like protein structure, protein functions, and enzyme kinetics. This book will be very helpful for all life science students at the graduate and postgraduate level and also for researchers and teachers.
About the Authors
Albert Lehninger was an American biochemist in the field of bioenergetics. He made the most important contribution in understanding metabolism at a molecular level. He is the author of a number of classic texts, including: Biochemistry, The Mitochondrion, and Bioenergetics.
David L. Nelson is a Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is also the Director of Academic Program for the Institute for Cross-college Biology Education at the University of Wisconsin.