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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbiochemistbi‧o‧chem‧ist /ˌbaɪəʊˈkemɪst $ ˌbaɪoʊ-/ noun [countable]  someone who studies or works in biochemistry
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biochemistNor, had he sought to recruit a biochemist, was there any laboratory space available for his work.A biochemist colleague has kindly provided me with a bottle of hydrogen peroxide, and enough hydroquinone for 50 bombardier beetles.Research studentships are available for biochemical, chemical and electronic engineers and for biochemists, microbiologists and others with appropriates training.The interest of psychiatrists was aroused, and so was that of biochemists.Lucid, a 53-year-old biochemist, plans a 143-day stay aboard Mir as a guest researcher.Some biochemists have built up quite elaborate blueprints for forms of life utterly different from our own.Stoichiometric procedures also help the biochemist to follow the metabolic processes that take place in organisms.
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