Veterinary biochemistry

Veterinary biochemistry is the study of cellular processes at the molecular level: Proteins, enzymes and membranes. Energy changes in chemical reactions.  In veterinary education and research, biochemistry is highly relevant to understand the metabolism and functions of animals in their healthy and diseased state, and forms the basis for an intelligent understanding of major aspects in veterinary science and animal husbandry. Hence the need for adequate recognition of the value of biochemistry in veterinary education cannot be over emphasized.

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Clinical biochemistry refers to the analysis of the blood plasma (or serum) for a wide variety of substances—substrates, enzymes, hormones, etc—and their use in diagnosis and monitoring of disease. Analysis of other body fluids (eg, urine, ascitic fluids, CSF) is also included.
  • Veterinary metabolics
  • Computational biomodeling
  • Molecular medicine
  • Risk assessment of GM Food
  • Chemical ecology

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