Medical chemistry

The subject Medical Chemistry includes selected chapters from general, inorganic, physical, organic and bioorganic chemistry. Teaching is placed to the 1st semester of the study at Medical Faculty of UPJŠ. Knowledge of the structure and function of chemical substances and compounds, as well as their interaction and factors which can influence these interactions is very important for incoming doctors. The chapters from Medical Chemistry represent the basis for the study of Medical Biochemistry, Patobiochemistry, Patophysiology, Clinical Biochemistry, and many others specialized subjects of the medical studies.

This work contains lectures from medical chemistry – partially from inorganic, organic and bioorganic chemistry.

Contents:

1. Atom, nomenclature
2. Water, pH
3. Physical chemistry - introduction
4. Principle of thermodynamics and chemical reactions
5. Derivatices of carbohydrates
6. Heterocycles
7. Saccharides
8. Lipids
9. Amino acids and peptides
10. Proteins
11. Nucleid acids
12. Enzymes - Mechanism of action
 

Attachment   Date Size Availability [?] Clinically sensitive [?] Licence
 Atom, nomenclature 28.9.2020 723.61 KB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Water, pH 28.9.2020 1.41 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Principles of chemical reactions 1 27.10.2020 3.27 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Principles of chemical reactions 2 27.10.2020 3.71 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Carboxylic acids 27.10.2020 5.55 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Organic compound cont N, P, S 3.11.2020 4.35 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Heterocycles 3.11.2020 4.3 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Saccharides 25.11.2020 6.17 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Lipids 25.11.2020 4.75 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Amino acids and peptides 2.12.2019 3.31 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Proteins 2.12.2019 3.03 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Nucleid acids 2.12.2019 2.66 MB faculty member Creative Commons License

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