author={Frank George Young},
  journal={The Indian Medical Gazette},
  pages={92 - 92}
  • F. Young
  • Published 1 February 1955
  • Education
  • The Indian Medical Gazette
The Department of Biochemistry is internationally recognized for its research and education and offers a world-class interdisciplinary research environment in a beautiful mountain setting. As part of a commitment to continuing this tradition of excellence, the department provides a graduate program that integrates opportunities for cuttingedge creative research and study across a wide range of areas including: 

April, 2007

Research on Teaching Reform on Environmental Biochemistry Based on Teaching Materials

New teaching model is exploring, so as to improve teaching quality as well as cultivate innovative and application-oriented environmental talents.

The isolation and Characterization of Novel Postsynaptic Antibodies for Danio Rerio

67 pages. A THESIS Presented to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Clark Honors College of the University of Oregon in partial fulfillment of the requirements for degree of Bachelor

Challenges for the 'chemical-systems' biologist.

The special challenges and opportunities confronted at the burgeoning interface of chemical and systems biology are discussed.

Microbial Genomics and the Periodic Table

There is now basic understanding of how cultivated bacteria transduce the chemical energy of a growth substrate into the work and biosynthetic processes that underlie both survival and growth.


This paper aims to demonstrate the efforts towards in-situ awareness that is needed to improve the quality and quantity of animal studies in the field of nutrition and food science.

Anticipating innovations in structural biology

The method by which data deposited by scientists are prepared for worldwide distribution is presented, and it is argued that data archiving in a trusted repository must be an integral part of any scientific investigation.

New for High-Pressure Biochemistry

The recent studies of molecular structure of proteins utilizing high-pressure spectroscopes (FTIR, NMR, SAXS) and the MD computer simulation are reviewed.

Chemical biology in China takes on signal transduction.

A new funding initiative from the National Natural Science Foundation of China provides a model of a targeted funding program in the area of signal transduction, which is essential for chemical biology growth around the world.

Biological inorganic chemistry at the beginning of the 21st century

  • H. Gray
  • Chemistry
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  • 2003
Advances in bioinorganic chemistry since the 1970s have been driven by three factors: rapid determination of high-resolution structures of proteins and other biomolecules, utilization of powerful