Pathways of Human Metabolism

Stanford Pathways of Human Metabolism is a comprehensive overview of human metabolism, and forms the basis for Stanford's introductory biochemistry course for first-year medical students. While not exhaustive, the content was selected to illustrate key metabolic pathways and their interrelationships, including metabolites, enzymes and cofactors that underlie human health and disease.

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