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In 1975, Lubert Stryer's "Biochemistry" emerged as the text that would shape the way Biochemistry is taught. Dr. Stryer conveyed the beauty and excitement of the field with unmatched clarity and elegance. In the forthcoming sixth edition, authors Jeremy M. Berg and John L. Tymoczko responded to feedback from over a hundred instructors. The authors continue to introduce exciting new developments while refocusing on the hallmark strengths of "Biochemistry" that have helped hundreds of thousands of students worldwide.