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When cooked at high temperatures or over open flames, according to accumulating evidence, compounds in red and processed meats undergo biochemical reactions that produce carcinogenic compounds capable of altering the eater’s DNA.
Dylan Frank Pesick Caine will study international relations, Karen Dong is pursuing biochemical engineering, Maria Gonzalez will study biophysics and Sarah Hong lists economics as her career field.
Understanding the biochemical mechanisms responsible for this repatterning of energy metabolism will keep us busy for some time to come.
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Origin and Etymology of biochemical
International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1836
Medical Definition of biochemical
1: of or relating to biochemistry
2: characterized by, produced by, or involving chemical reactions in living organisms biochemical abnormalities biochemical processes
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