What is the difference between Biochemistry vs. Molecular Cell Biology? Is the former from chemists who became interested in biology and the later from biologists who became interested in chemistry? Why can't we all just get along...
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Generally, biochemistry is a wider term.
Molecular Cell Biology is defined as
Biochemistry, on the other hand, is described like this:
On the same wiki article you can also find this:
So basically, biochemistry is a wider term which covers not only molecular cell biology, but other fields; molecular cell biology is a smaller branch of science that deals with a more narrow range of problems.