Biochemistry studies the chemical composition of living cells and organisms and the chemical processes that underlie their vital functions. It is necessary to have special knowledge in such spheres as medicine and chemistry and to be acquainted with the appropriate vocabulary to ensure proper translation. A certified editor assesses the level and correspondence of the translation to the original document.
Great discoveries in physics and chemistry of the 18th-19th centuries such as the discovery of a number of simple substances and compounds, the discovery of laws of matter and energy conservation laid the scientific bases of general chemistry. The wall, separating organic compounds from inorganic ones, soon collapsed.
The basic principles of the chemical theory of action of enzymes was proved and have been keeping till nowadays.
Essential oils and terpenes have also been successfully studied by outstanding representatives of chemistry and biochemistry.
They studied oxigination in the body of plants and its influence on the transformation of proteins.
The interest in micro-organisms led to various enzymological studies and further development biochemical genetics.
Simultaneously the suppressive ability of some organisms had been carried out and as a result antibiotics were obtained and developed as well as the methods of their purification and refinement.
Biochemistry significantly contributed to heavy, light and food industry.
Biochemistry achieved great success in vitamins, hormones, minerals and microelements studies and their effects on different organisms including enzymatic reactions and metabolic processes.
Biochemistry of hormones. Vitaminology. Enzymology.
Evolutionary and comparative biochemistry.
Bioorganic chemistry. Molecular biology.