Cama, HR (1980) Biochemistry in India. In: Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 5 (6). IV-VII.
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The spectacular advances in life sciences, particularly over the last two decades, have provided considerable stimulus for the development of biochemistry in India. As we enter the '80s India has 27 universities and other research institutes which provide training for higher degrees in biochemistry and its related disciplines - evidence of the importance placed on research in the country. In addition there are 48 other scientific research institutions concerned with the life sciences - some of which also grant higher degrees - and a further four major industrial research centres (Table I).
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