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Introduction of Biochemistry 

Biochemistry research focuses on the chemical processes and compounds that occur within living organisms, aiming to understand the molecular basis of life. It explores the structure, function, and interactions of biomolecules like proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and carbohydrates to decipher fundamental biological mechanisms.

Protein Structure and Function

Investigating the 3D structure and function of proteins, critical for understanding their roles in biological processes, diseases, drug development, and enzyme kinetics.

Enzyme Mechanisms and Regulation

Studying the catalytic activities, kinetics, and regulation of enzymes, which are essential for metabolic pathways, signal transduction, and maintaining cellular homeostasis.

Genomics and Proteomics

Analyzing the complete set of genes (genomics) and proteins (proteomics) within an organism to comprehend biological functions, relationships, and how they are altered in health and disease.

Metabolism and Metabolic Disorders

Exploring metabolic pathways that govern energy production, storage, and utilization, as well as investigating metabolic disorders such as diabetes and metabolic syndrome to develop targeted therapies.

Nucleic Acid Biochemistry

Studying the structure, function, replication, and transcription of DNA and RNA molecules, fundamental to genetics, gene expression, and understanding hereditary traits and diseases.


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