P.hd in Biochemistry:Genetic Engineering and Clinical BiochemistrySardar Bhagwan Singh PG Institute of Biomedical Science
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P.hd in Biochemistry:Genetic Engineering and Clinical Biochemistry
Biochemistry, soul of life sciences, has a versatile scope in the field of Agricultural, Pharmaceutical, Nutritional and Medical Sciences. It explores all aspects of organisms from its chemical composition, complexities of its metabolism, its differentiation and developments to analysis of its evolution and behavior. Biochemistry has revolutionized modern day medicine with novice discoveries of Monoclonal antibodies, DNA finger printing, Gene Therapy and Immunotherapy. In many complicated diseases physicians are totally dependent upon biochemical findings at molecular level. Biochemistry is the chemistry of life. It encompasses all aspects of Biology, from molecules to cells, to organisms, to medicine and to ecology. The understandings of biochemistry have not only laid down foundation for biotechnology but have also revolutionized the modern trends in Biomedical Sciences.
Biochemistry deals with the study of the different process going on in the biological systems at molecular level, the nature of the chemical constituents of the living beings, their functions and transformations in the biological systems, and the chemical and energy changes associated with such transformations in the course of activity.
No field of science has seen vast expansion and exploration techniques as has been encountered in the field of Biochemistry. Due to the advancement of various technicalities including computerization this branch has come up in a big way to give benefits to the ailing population.The knowledge of this subject is fast growing and newer offshoot specialties are emerging from the parent subject of biochemistry such as nutrition, immunology, genetics, biotechnology, molecular biology, clinical biochemistry, biochemical pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, agricultural biochemistry etc. In every sphere, biochemistry is forming an important base around which life-sciences are revolving.