Biochemistry and Medical Science


Medical Biochemistry is a branch of medicine that represents a unique integration of basic biochemical science and clinical medicine. In addition to acting as an effective consultant for clinical colleagues, medical biochemists are trained with the knowledge and skills necessary to operate and manage clinical biochemistry laboratories. The practice of medical biochemistry is privileged to be in tertiary care centres’, as part of a multidisciplinary team including scientists and technologists.

Journal of Clinical & Medical Biochemistry covers all the fields of Clinical & Medical Biochemistry related to Clinical biochemistry, Immunology, Genetics, Biotechnology, Hematology, Microbiology, Computing and management, Clinical Chemistry, Medical biochemistry, biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Immunochemistry dealing with pathological conditions of human beings. Clinical & Medical Biochemistry is an open access journal and the main aim of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists, researchers in Clinical & Medical Biochemistry and fields all over the world to present their new ideas, discuss new strategies, and promote developments in all areas of Clinical & Medical Biochemistry.

The Journal of Clinical & Medical Biochemistry is successfully running in the Volume 3 which covers a wide variety of specialties reaching out to analytical scientists worldwide.

Biochemistry provides a foundation for understanding the action of new drugs, such as antidepressants, drugs used to treat diabetes, hypertension and heart failure, and those that lower blood lipids. It describes clinical applications of recombinant proteins, viral vectors and the ‘-omics’: proteomics, genomics and metabolomics. By providing insight into nutrition and exercise, and metabolic stress, it contributes to understanding how diet and lifestyle influence our health and performance, as well as how the organism ages. It describes how cellular signaling and communications systems respond to endogenous and environmental stress. It also incorporates enormous progress made in recent years in understanding human genetics, and links it to the emerging fields of nutrigenomics and pharmacogenomics, that will hopefully create a basis for therapies customized to an individual's genetic make-up. Medical science cannot really exist without biochemistry.

Much like medical science itself, biochemistry is a vast area of research that yields profound discoveries each year. Biochemical techniques advance our understanding of the chemical structures and processes that underpin human health and disease, revealing the underlying transformations between these two physiological states.

Martini Jones

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Clinical and Medical Biochemistry