International Research Journals

Andriole Katherine

Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Department of Radiology, Boston, Massachusetts, United States


  • Short Communication   
    A Short Note on Community Medicine and Primary Care Prevention
    Author(s): Andriole Katherine*

    The study of the biochemical pathways that lead to health and disease as well as the molecular basis of disease is known as medical biochemistry. It includes the study of the chemical reactions that take place in cells and how they are influenced by various drugs and therapeutic interventions. It also includes the study of the biochemical processes that take place in the human body and how they are affected by various diseases. Clinical organic chemistry assumes a basic part in current medication, as it gives the logical establishment to numerous symptomatic and restorative systems. For instance, clinical natural chemists utilize various strategies to dissect blood, pee, and other organic liquids to analyze infections and screen the viability of medicines. They also create and test new medicines and treatments that target specific disease-causing biochemical pathways. The ar.. View More»
    DOI: 10.14303/2141-9477.2023.33

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