Molecular mechanisms controlling the transmission of genetic characteristics and the operation of biological processes at the molecular level are clarified by the study of the complex interactions between genetics and biochemistry in the field of biochemical genetics. Physiological changes, disease susceptibility, and hereditary metabolic problems are frequently caused by changes in biochemical pathways, which are altered by differences in genes. This study investigates how genetic information contained in DNA is converted into functional proteins (Yang et al., 2005). Biochemical genetics combines genetic and biochemical concepts to provide light on the molecular basis of life and the intricate connection between genes, proteins, and metabolism.
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