About Biochemistry of Metabolism
The process that occurring within a cell. Metabolic pathways consist of anabolism-reduction synthesis of molecules and catabolism –oxidative degradation of molecules. The term metabolism is used to refer the breakdown of food and transformation into energy.
"Biochemistry of Metabolism" is a scientific journal that focuses on the study of metabolic pathways, enzymology, and regulation of metabolism. It publishes original research articles, reviews, and perspectives related to the molecular mechanisms of metabolism, the impact of metabolism on cellular and physiological processes, and the contribution of metabolism to human disease.
The journal covers a wide range of topics related to metabolism, including carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism, nucleotide metabolism, amino acid metabolism, and the regulation of metabolism by hormones and signaling pathways. It also explores the role of metabolism in energy production, cellular growth and differentiation, and the maintenance of cellular homeostasis.
The research articles published in "Biochemistry of Metabolism" use a variety of experimental techniques to investigate the molecular basis of metabolic pathways and the regulation of metabolism. These techniques include biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, structural biology, and metabolomics.
The journal also features reviews and perspectives that provide a broad overview of the current state of knowledge in specific areas of metabolism. These articles often identify knowledge gaps and highlight promising areas for future research.
"Biochemistry of Metabolism" is a valuable resource for researchers interested in understanding the fundamental processes underlying metabolism and the role of metabolism in human health and disease.