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I have taught biochemistry to medical students and to undergraduates and graduate students, at both Temple University School of Medicine and at Case Western Reserve University, since 1968, so that I have had a great deal of experience in the field and have a feel for what works well for medical students.
Medical Biochemistry at a Glance would be an excellent book for USMLE Step 1. In my experience, medical students (and pre–medical students) would greatly benefit from reading it in preparation for the exam.
This compares very well with Lippincott s Biochemistry – this has the right price and approach to compete with Lippincott for a less expensive and more accessible alternative to the larger text books that are out there.
I like the way it combines the metabolic pathways and principles in such a creative fashion, and the metabolism sections are among the best I have read and the easiest to understand. Metabolism is a very complicated subject and, in my experience, most teachers of the subject would really benefit from your text. ( Richard W. Hanson, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine)

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Offering a concise, illustrated summary of biochemistry and its relevance to clinical medicine, Medical Biochemistry at a Glance is intended for students of medicine and the biomedical sciences such as nutrition, biochemistry, sports science, medical laboratory sciences, physiotherapy, pharmacy, physiology, pharmacology, genetics and veterinary science. It also provides a succinct review and reference for medical practitioners and biomedical scientists who need to quickly refresh their knowledge of medical biochemistry.

The book is designed as a revision guide for students preparing for examinations and contains topics that have been identified as ′high–yield′ facts for the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), Step 1.

This third edition:

  • Has been thoroughly revised and updated and is now in full colour throughout
  • Is written by the author of the hugely successful Metabolism at a Glance (ISBN 9781405107167)
  • Features updated and improved clinical correlates
  • Expands its coverage with a new section on Molecular Biology
  • Includes a brand new companion website of self–assessment questions and answers at www.ataglanceseries.com/medicalbiochemistry

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic Book 25 novembre 2012
Par WatermelonTiger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a great book for any medical professional, whether doctor, researcher, med student or nutritionist. It captures the major metabolic pathways in an easy to read format, with just the right mix of text and diagrams. The author's larger volume entitled Biochemistry at a Glance has even more in-depth information on the pathways, but fewer clinically relevant tidbits. I own and use both books. In fact, they are part of my go-to library of must-have reference books, spending more time out on the desk than sitting on the shelf.

I don't know if these come in an electronic format, but I bought the paper editions. With lots of graphics, ink colors and oversized pages, I think this would translate poorly into an eBook.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great little Supplement for visual learning of Medical Biochemistry 8 juillet 2010
Par J. Kraw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book saved me in the first year of medical school. I had a very poorly organized biochemistry textbook, with lectures that were not any better. I am a visual learner and needed large, detailed pictures that give an idea of the 'big picture.' That is where this small text excelled. Most of the major, basic pathways needed in medical biochemistry are covered--from TCA cycle to purine, pyrimidine, fat, and amino acid metabolism. I was not a science major in college so I needed major reviews on biochemistry.

Each 'system' is usually depicted on 2 adjacent pages, with many annotations, and usually a short, concise clinical note; but overall the majority of the page is taken up by the diagrams.

If you like systems diagrams to learn with, and need some good, visual, 'big picture' biochemistry study aids, I highly recommend this text.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent - in the same league as Salway's Metabolism at a Glance! 25 novembre 2013
Par SM60 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Way back in 1998 I came across Salway's Metabolism at a Glance, and ranked it as Excellent, Concise and Thorough! I would give the same designation to this book as well. Snippets of information are provided in each chapter, and under each diagram, that succinctly provide crucial information on each specific pathway - information that would be quite useful to a medical student or to a bio-medical researcher studying mammalian or human metabolism.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 1 juin 2015
Par Shopper123 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Awesome diagrams!! for Masters level biochem
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book for first year 19 novembre 2011
Par MedDrone - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I found this book to be extremely useful for first year medical school. It is an enormous book--that is, it is actually wider and longer than most med school texts, and this allows adequate space for their illustrations of some very long and at times complicated pathways. If you simply open this book to a page at random, it is quite likely you will be intimidated. But read the excellent descriptions on the opposing or previous pages, and the essence of the pathways depicted becomes clear. This book presents every pathway I encountered in my regular biochem text, shows you where the reactions are occurring (ie mitochondrial membrane, cytosol), and then, usually in separate diagrams, shows you where regulation occurs. After you've read your texbook or gone to class, refer to this and it will definitely help your overall understanding. My only complaint is that some of the descriptions of the pathways could be more clear and the pathways themselves could be labeled a little better. I won't say I couldn't have done med school biochem without this book, but it definitely made the subject easier to understand.
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