A Course In Practical Biochemistry

A Course In Practical Biochemistry

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>58685OU_1CD CO^>OSMANIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARYGall No. ^cession No*?*/*/? X^ 3 /?AuthorThis book should be returned on or before the; datelast marked below. t~7PRACTICAL BIOCHEMISTRYBIOCHEMISTRYA TEXT-BOOK OFFA. T P.Sr., I.C. Edition. Plates andBy CAMERON, Fifth 315s.25 Text -figures.EVANS' REGENT ADVANCES INPHYSIOLOGYW H. M.D. Sixth Fditwn. Illustrations.By NH.VTON, 10916s.HUMAN PHYSIOLOGYM L Ph D. SecondF R. and E. BAYLISS,Ry WINTON, D.,E'itinn. 221 Illustrations 16s.STARLING'S PRINCIPLES OF HUMANPHYSIOLOGYEdited and Rovispd by Professor C. LOVATT DEVANS, Sc.,F fifnn. Illustrations inF.R.C.P., F.R.S. Seventh 5-54 (625s.Colour)PRACTICALPHYSIOLOGICALCHEMISTRYBv P. B. M S,, Ph and OLAF BERorrvr, M.S., Ph.D.HAWK, D.,288 20m Colour 35s.Elfvcntk Edition. Illustrations,CHEMICAL METHODS IN CLINICALMEDICINE' Edition.By r A. HARRISON, M.D Second } Coloured Platesand 86 24s.Text-figuresEXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY FORMEDICAL STUDENTSD T M D.Sc. Third Edition.By HARRIS, D., 236Illustrations.BIOCHEMISTRY FOR MEDICALSTUDENTSBy W. V. THORPE, Ph.D. Second Edition. Illustrations.3714s.VITAMINS AND VITAMIN DEFICIENCIESVolume I. andIntroductory Historical,Vitamin and Beri-beriB,L D Sc 8s. 6d.J. HARRIS, 50 illustrations.ByA.J. & CHURCHILL LTDA COURSE INPRACTICALBIOCHEMISTRYFOR STUDENTS OF MEDICINEBYA. T. CAMERONF.R.S.C.F.I.C.,M.A., D.Sc.(Edin.),Professor of ofMedicine,'Biochemistry,FacultyManitobaof ; Biochemist, WinnipegUniversityGeneral ...

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>58685OU_1 CD CO^ > OSMANIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Gall No. ^cession No*?*/*/? X^ 3 /? Author This book should be returned on or before the; date last marked below. t~ 7 PRACTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRYA TEXT-BOOK OF FA. T P.Sr., I.C. Edition. Plates andBy CAMERON, Fifth 3 15s.25 Text -figures. EVANS' REGENT ADVANCES IN PHYSIOLOGY W H. M.D. Sixth Fditwn. Illustrations.By NH.VTON, 109 16s. HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY M L Ph D. SecondF R. and E. BAYLISS,Ry WINTON, D., E'itinn. 221 Illustrations 16s. STARLING'S PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY Edited and Rovispd by Professor C. LOVATT DEVANS, Sc., F fifnn. Illustrations inF.R.C.P., F.R.S. Seventh 5-54 (6 25s.Colour) PRACTICALPHYSIOLOGICALCHEMISTRY Bv P. B. M S,, Ph and OLAF BERorrvr, M.S., Ph.D.HAWK, D., 288 20m Colour 35s.Elfvcntk Edition. Illustrations, CHEMICAL METHODS IN CLINICAL MEDICINE ' Edition.By r A. HARRISON, M.D Second } Coloured Plates and 86 24s.Text-figures EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS D T M D.Sc. Third Edition.By HARRIS, D., 236 Illustrations. BIOCHEMISTRY FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS By W. V. THORPE, Ph.D. Second Edition. Illustrations.37 14s. VITAMINS AND VITAMIN DEFICIENCIES Volume I. andIntroductory Historical, Vitamin and Beri-beriB, L D Sc 8s. 6d.J. HARRIS, 50 illustrations.By A.J. & CHURCHILL LTD A COURSE IN PRACTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY FOR STUDENTS OF MEDICINE BY A. T. CAMERON F.R.S.C.F.I.C.,M.A., D.Sc.(Edin.), Professor of ofMedicine,'Biochemistry,Faculty Manitobaof ; Biochemist, WinnipegUniversity General Hospital AND FRANK D. WHITE F.T.C.A.R.T.G., Ph.D.(Edin.), Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, Faculty of of ManitobaMedicine, University FOURTH EDITION With 4 Plates and 23 Text Figures LONDON J. & A. CHURCHILL LTD. 104 GLOUCESTER PLAGE PORTMAN SQUARE 1940 First Edition . 1930 Second Edition . 1932 Third Edition . 1935 Fourth Edition . 1940 Printed in Great Britain PREFACE TO THE FOURTH EDITION IT has seemed to us that a text topractical designed be used in students should err if ontraining anything the conservative old tested methodsside, preferring rather than newer less tested and thusones, enabling teachers to use the same ordered fromarrangement year to until marked advances render this undesirable.year We have therefore made few alterations in this edition. Tne of certain exercises has been altered tosequence tomake the order of 'treatment conform more closely ofthe fifth edition the senior author's theoretical text. Some of the less illustrative work has beenqualitative while a number of tests have beenomitted, slightly to render their the studentmodified, performance by less to error.open any wise to an account ofIt has seemed introduce the while the estimationmicro-Kjeldahl technique, simple of ascorbic acid has been introduced as tohelping the student's of the ofstrengthen' conception reality vitamins. made to an accountNo has beenattempt incorporate of the electrical instruments for measurement ofof any or of the since it is feltphoto-electric colorimeters,joH, that while these of can beexpensive types apparatus demonstrated to there can be but fewstudents, yet laboratories in which individual medical students are to out with them.carrypermitted experiments A. T. CAMERON. F. D. WHITE. WINNIPEG. PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION THIS book consists of a series of exercises todesigned medical students in the teststrain andpractical pro- cedures used in biochemical work. It is in no sense a reference it should afford a useful intro-book, though duction to the texts such as Hawk andlarger Bergeim's " ToPractical this we havePhysiological Chemistry." indebted as a reference book bothbeen forespecially and for clinical forpractical teaching procedures many years. of a course in PracticalThe purposes Biochemistry as that in this volume should be insuch the firstgiven to demonstrate the of aplace accuracy reasonably large number of statements in lecture in thecourses,taught second to afford some in the ofplace training technique used in the and inthe procedures science,quantitative the third to continue to inculcate those methodsplace of scientific of andobservation, deduction,accuracy inmeasurement which presumably previous training has been in the more basic sciences ofgiven chemistry and physics. Such a course for medical students is cir-designed cumscribed the more(and justifiably circumscribed) by which their affords forlimited time curriculum the study of than can be allowed in a sciencebiochemistry pure and the of such ofcourse, by desirability utilising portions suchthe and as have asubject procedures bearing upon thetheir medical course and clinicalsubsequent applica- of the Hence certain moretions subject. complex pro- such asthe electrometricdetermination ofcedures, hydro- have been excludedconcentration,gen-ion deliberately