This category links to categories with sites in which the topic is analysis of chemicals from living things. Nowadays, many of these analytes can be synthesized with out the need for a biological source.
The term is also used in cases where the analyte may be inorganic but the matrix is biological, such as iron in blood.
For cases of the presence of biological or inorganic contaminants in water, or effluent, see Environmental_Chemistry.
The importance of water in determining the 3D structure of biomolecules, polysaccharide hydration, and glycosylated proteins and nucleotides. Maintained at the School of Applied Science, South Bank University, London, UK.
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