Clinical Biochemistry

Clinical biochemistry is the study of the body's chemical and biochemical processes in connection with disease, primarily through the examination of bodily fluids such blood, urine, and other bodily fluids. It is accomplished by conducting and verifying chemical and biological analysis results. In comparison to data from healthy individuals, biochemical tests are made to find these changes qualitatively or quantitatively. Molecular diagnostics, enzyme activity measurements, spectrophotometry, electrophoresis, separating molecules based on physical properties, and immunoassays are only a few of the many analytical methods used in clinical biochemistry.

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