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What Biochem MS1's????

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by einey, Aug 30, 2002.

  1. einey

    einey Member 10+ Year Member

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    MS 1's could you list what Biochem text you use and what school you attend?

    Also, are your Biochem labs useful? Do you do medically related experiments or is it more general biochem as in undergrade?

    What are your Biochem labs like? Thanks
     
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  3. Doctor&Geek

    Doctor&Geek 25 > 5 / 15 < 8 Physician PhD Lifetime Donor Classifieds Approved 10+ Year Member

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    Speaking in general, the Lippencott Board Review book seems to be a good study aid [some people use it as primary] for Biochemistry.

    Jason
     
  4. Wednesday

    Wednesday Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    No book. And no lab. I use my undergrad biochem book, Leninger, (which is an awesome book!) for reference. They recommend Lippencott if we want to purchase a reference and Stryer as one to use in the library.
     
  5. WSUreds

    WSUreds Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    We have no required text here except our syllabus, but the suggested reading is Marks Basic Medical Biochem here at UC.
     
  6. CANES2006

    CANES2006 Miami chica 10+ Year Member

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    lab?!! Some med schools have biochemistry lab?:eek:
     
  7. DrMom

    DrMom Official Mom of SDN Physician Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

    My thoughts exactly!
     
  8. mpp

    mpp SDN Moderator Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    Strangely enough, there is no Biochemistry course at Mayo. The undergraduate course is required prior to matriculation. There is some biochemistry in the first year Molecular Biology & Genetics course. But you are expected to already know the standard biochemical pathways (Kreb's, ETC, Urea, Gluconeogenesis, etc.). The Molecular Biology professors often cite Lenninger or Voet Voet Pratt.
     
  9. shorrin

    shorrin the ninth doctor 7+ Year Member

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    marks is our req. I think it's fab! the clinical correlations are cute and really help to reinforce why we need to understand things like the HH equation. I really lipps too!

    sorry to y'all who have to go to a lab man that sucks...
     
  10. tristate

    tristate Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    We don't have a lab. I just used our biochem notes and Lippincott's Biochem.
     
  11. Dodge This

    Dodge This Senior Member 7+ Year Member

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  12. Smoke This

    Smoke This Sweet cuppin' cakes! 10+ Year Member

    Dodge This--hello. I was wondering where you were, player.

    No lab for me. Stryer is the recommended text, and I have Garrett and Grisham from undergrad. I was also a biochem minor, so I think I'll be OK.
     

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