Biochemistry Made Very Easy, Book One: Energy Metabolism, Carbohydrates and Lipids
The benefits of being a non-clinical medical student are very much underestimated, especially if you are one. If posed a clinical question by an overzealous clinical lecturer, as part of the next generation of interactive lectures, all one has to say is, “I haven't got the foggiest about what you are talking about, as my clinical experience is non-existent.” However, given that so many medical schools are adopting a more clinical based curriculum, this excuse is running short. So I guess I will have to grin and bear it.
The same cannot be said for marathon biochemistry lectures. Yet, the last thing I expected was to gain any help from this American question and answer book on biochemistry. Which, the author assures us, is “different from all other biochemistry textbooks.” It attempts to explain the principles of pathways through questioning the reader on his or her current knowledge on the