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Well I study biochemistry and we use Principles of Biochemistry by Lehninger and find it very very good. I was given the book Biochemistry by Stryer and that too i find good becuase it is systematic and very well structured.
But what level of education you want the books to be?
For undergraduate, thanks :)
Alright well biochemistry and molecular biology is a bit far from each other :P
I know at the Southen University of Denmark where they specific have the course "biochemistry and molecular biology " they use the books:
•Campbell & Reece: Biology, 7th edt.
•Stryer: Biochemestry, 6. edt
They are both good have them both, however I don't know if they are good to connect, unless you have a lecture that know how to do it and what you need to focus on. Additional I don't know if they serve good to the subject "biochemistry and molecular biology " only know they use it but have structured lectures around the two books.