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Global Conference on Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

Bioorganic and Biochemistry

Bioorganic and Biochemistry Bioorganic chemistry applies the principles and methods of organic chemistry to solve problems of biological relevance. Such an understanding is often achieved with the aid of molecular models chemically synthesized in the Industries and laboratory. This allows a extracting of the many variable parameters simultaneously operative within the biological system. Biological membrane work as one builds a simple model of known compositions and studies a single behavior, such as an ion transport property. Organic chemist develops artificial methodology to higher understanding organic mechanisms and make new compounds. On the other hand it includes study of life processing by means of biochemical methodology like enzyme purification and assay, radioisotope tracer studies in in-vivo system. A new dimension results from this combination of chemical and biological science that is the concept of model building to study and sort out the various parameters of a complex biological process. By means of simple organic models, many biological reactions as well as the specificity and efficiency of the enzyme involved have been reproduced in test tube. The major theme of the pharmaceutical industry is to extrapolation of multidisciplinary science to the pathological state, organic chemist and pharmacologists working together so the bioorganic chemistry is to biochemistry as medicinal chemistry is to pharmacology. Biochemistry, sometimes called biological chemistry, is the study of chemical processes within and relating to living organisms. The four main categories of molecules in organic chemistry usually referred to as biomolecules ar carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Biochemistry focuses on processes happening at a molecular level. It focuses on what’s happening within our cells, finding out elements like proteins, lipids and organelles. It also looks at how cells communicate with each other. Related societies: Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates, American Oil Chemists' Society, American Society of Brewing Chemists, Chemical Institute of Canada