By David C. Baker, Derek Horton
Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry, a part of a protracted working serial that all started in 1945, presents serious and informative articles written by way of examine experts that combine the commercial, analytical, and technological elements of biochemistry, natural chemistry, and instrumentation technique within the research of carbohydrates. each one article offers a definitive interpretation of the present prestige and destiny developments in carbohydrate chemistry and biochemistry.
- Features contributions from prime specialists and specialists who concentrate on carbohydrate chemistry, biochemistry, and research
- Integrates the economic, analytical, and technological features of biochemistry, natural chemistry, and instrumentation technique within the examine of carbohydrates
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