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Class Notes for Biochemistry at Queen's University


QUEEN'SBCHM 218John AllinghamSummer

BCHM 218 Lecture 1: BCHM 218: Molecular Biology Units 1-3

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QUEEN'SBCHM 218John AllinghamSummer

BCHM 218 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: 18S Ribosomal Rna, Transfer Rna

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QUEEN'SBCHM 218John AllinghamSummer

BCHM 218 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Absorbance

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QUEEN'SBCHM 218John AllinghamWinter

BCHM 218 Lecture 2: Module 2 notes

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Part 1: section 1: dna structure and function. Oligonucleotide- short nucleic acid containing 50 or fewer nucleotides. Composed of heterocyclic (cyclic
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QUEEN'SBCHM 102Lauravan StaalduinenFall

BCHM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Arginine, Asparagine, Lysine

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Learning outcomes: define proteins and recognize importance in cell and body, classify 20 common amino acids. Identify common structure and properties
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QUEEN'SBCHM 102Lauravan StaalduinenFall

BCHM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Crispr, Cas9

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QUEEN'SBCHM 102Lauravan StaalduinenFall

BCHM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Protein Structure, Collagen, Steric Effects

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Proteins are the most abundant and diverse molecules found in nature: work-horses of the cell. Functions of proteins: enzymes and hormones regulate met
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QUEEN'SBCHM 102Lauravan StaalduinenFall

BCHM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Restriction Site, Karyotype, Amniotic Fluid

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Lecture objective: describe the size and complexity of the human genome in order to understand the necessity for tools to manipulate dna, discuss the d
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QUEEN'SBCHM 218John AllinghamFall

BCHM 218 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Non-Coding Rna, Ribosomal Rna, Protein Biosynthesis

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Molecular biology: study of essential cellular molecules (dna, rna, proteins) and the biological pathways b/w them. Overlaps w/ study of genetics and b
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QUEEN'SBCHM 218John AllinghamSummer

BCHM 218 Lecture 7: BCHM218 Units 7-9

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QUEEN'SBCHM 102Lauravan StaalduinenFall

BCHM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Isoelectric Point, Sodium Hydroxide, Alanine

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Define acid, base, ph and pka and how they apply to biochemical molecules. Explain the behaviour of weak acids and bases in solution using the henderso
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QUEEN'SBCHM 102Lauravan StaalduinenFall

BCHM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Uric Acid, Alanine, Antibiotics

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Identify the structure of nucleosides and nucleotides: understand the synthesis and degradation of purine and pyrimidine nucleotides. Nucleotides: nucl
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