Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry, North American Edition
Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry integrates and summarizes the essentials of medical biochemistry for (1) students in the health-related professions who are preparing for licensure examination [for example, the United States Medical Licensure Examination (USMLE) Step 1], and (2) professionals who wish to review or update their knowledge in this rapidly expanding area of biomedical science. The Illustrated Review uses an information-intensive, outline format along with summary figures and practice questions to teach this complex material.
We are grateful to the many friends and colleagues who generously contributed their time and effort to help us make this book as accurate and as useful as possible. The support of our other colleagues at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey–Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is highly valued. We owe special thanks to our Chairman, Dr. Masayori Inouye, who has encouraged us over the years in this and other teaching projects. We also appreciate the many helpful comments of Dr. Åke Rökaeus.
Without talented artists, an Illustrated Review would be impossible, and we have been particularly fortunate in working with Michael Cooper throughout this project. His artistic sense and computer graphics expertise have greatly added to our ability to bring biochemistry “stories” alive for our readers.
The editors and production staff of Lippincott Williams & Wilkins were a constant source of encouragement and discipline. We particularly want to acknowledge the tremendously helpful, supportive, and creative contributions of our editor, Nancy Duffy, whose imagination and positive attitude helped us bring this complex project to completion. Final editing and assembly of the book has been greatly enhanced through the efforts of Jennifer Glazer.
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