BRS Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Genetics is written by Todd A. Swanson, and Sandra I. Kim, Ph.D. Glucksman, Marc J., Michael A. Lieberman. Fully updated for its fifth edition, this popular review book is an excellent preparation aid for USMLE Step 1 and for courses in biochemistry, molecular biology, and genetics. Chapters are written in an outline format and include pedagogical features such as bold keywords, figures, tables, algorithms, and highlighted clinical correlates. USMLE-style questions and answers follow each chapter, and a full quiz appears at the end of the book.
According to the Author: This review of BRS Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Genetics includes additional information and high-throughput material to help the reader master the clinical principles of medical biochemistry such as preparing for the revamped USMLE Step 1. Our goal is to offer a book of reviews that both lays the foundations of biochemistry and introduces clinically relevant correlates. Making, therefore, we have de-emphasized part of the memorization of structures and formulas that often obscure the big picture of medical biochemistry. Clinical correlates in each chapter provide additional clinical information, distilling numerous clinical correlations into a format that offers the highest performance in review.
|Book Name||BRS Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Genetics|
|Author of Book||Todd A. Swanson, Sandra I. Kim, Ph.D. Glucksman, Marc J., Michael A. Lieberman|
- All conceptual details are given according to point and in a precise manner.
- Easily understandable language and all the functions.
Topics of this Edition
This revised edition also includes a new chapter on genetics as it relates to medical biochemistry. We hope this chapter will augment other genetics review texts that students can refer to in preparation for Step 1. Many of the questions at the end of each chapter have been revised to maximize your value for the student preparing for the exam. A comprehensive review at the end of this volume reinforces the concepts in the text. Our goal has been to provide the student with clinically relevant questions in a format similar to that found in the USMLE Step 1 Boards. The breadth of the questions is one of the many features of the Lippincott Board Review.