2 edition of Photoelectric methods in clinical biochemistry. found in the catalog.
Photoelectric methods in clinical biochemistry.
G. E. Delory
Spectrophotometry is a measurement of how much a chemical substance absorbs or transmits. Spectrophotometry is widely used for quantitative analysis in various areas (e.g., chemistry, physics, biology, biochemistry, material and chemical engineering, clinical applications, industrial applications, etc). The whole orientation of the book is to concentrate on how clinical biochemistry relates to the care of the patient and to ensure that the medical student understands how to interpret clinical biochemistry from the point of view of the clinician using the diagnostic servicePresents topics in easily accessible two-page 4/5(3).
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Genre/Form: Laboratory manuals laboratory manuals: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Delory, George Edward. Photoelectric methods in clinical biochemistry. On the dust jacket, this book is described as "A manual of colorimetric methods of analysis specially adapted to the examination of body fluids with photoelectric instruments (absorptionmeters)." From this point of view the book is woefully incomplete.
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Topics are clearly presented in a series of double-page 'learning units', each covering a particular aspect of clinical Pages: Chemistry, production, detection and uses of isotopes in biochemistry and medicine are detailed in chapter Chapter 29 deals with mechanisms of communication between cells.
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