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BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Membrane Transport, Pentose, Phosphorylation

University of Guelph College of Biological Science Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology COURSE OUTLINE BIOC*3560 Structure and Function in Biochemistry Winter 2017 Course description This course develops the unders...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Mathew Kimber
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Binding Constant, Hyperbolic Function, Partial Pressure
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Describing Ligand Binding Definitions [P] = concentration of free protein [L] = ligand concentration [PL] = concentration of ligand-bound protein Kd= dissociation constant = [L] at which 50% of the ligand-binding si...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Van Der Waals Force, Disulfide, Quaternary
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Protein Structure Properties that interest us: - Size (molecular weight) - Shape (secondary structure, fold) - Charge (+ve, -ve patches) - Hydrophobic/hydrophilic properties Protein Struct...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Serine Protease, Aromatic Amino Acids, Chymotrypsin
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Enzyme Regulation by Proteolytic Cleavage - Some enzymes are synthesized as an inactive precursor - These enzymes are termed a zymogen if activated by a protease or a proenzyme if activated by a non-pr...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Gsk-3, Glycogen Phosphorylase, Phosphorylase Kinase
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Phosphoryl Groups Added to Enzymes Introduce: 1. A relatively bulky group (can result in steric exclusion) 2. Charge allowing electrostatic interactions (attraction, repulsion) 3. Oxygen atoms that can...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Carbamoyl Phosphate, Condensation Reaction, Wild Type
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Aspartate Transcarbamoylase: Structure and Function ** article questions: 1. What, specifically, is the D236Ac mutant? 2. What do we learn from Figure 1? Figure 2? 3. What is the significance of the D236Ac m...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cooperative Binding, Myoglobin, Hemoglobin A
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Quantitative Description of Cooperative Ligand-Binding For a protein with n ligand-binding sites: n = # of ligand binding sites on the protein ...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Enzyme Catalysis, Best Response, Enzyme Inhibitor
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Regulation of Enzymes Recall that enzymes (E) are proteins that: - Catalyze the chemical transformation of a substrate (S) to a product - Increase the rate of a reaction - Function by lowering ...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Steric Effects, Binding Constant, Hyperbolic Function

Lecture 3 Ligand Binding Definitions [P] = concentration of free protein [L] = ligand concentration [PL] = concentration of ligand-bound protein Kd= dissociation constant = [L] at which half of the ligand bind...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Dr. Laura Graham
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Gsk-3, Glycogen Phosphorylase, Phosphorylase Kinase

Lecture 7 Phosphoryl groups added to enzymes introduce: 1. A relatively bulky group (can result in steric exclusion) 2. Charge allowing electrostatic interactions (attraction, repulsion) 3. Oxygen atoms...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Dr. Laura Graham
BIOC 3560 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

Lecture 6 Paper Structure of the E.coli Aspartate Transcarbomoylase Trapped in the Middle of the Catalytic Cycle Questions to Answer: 1. What, specifically, is the D236Ac mutant? 2. What do we learn from Figure 1? 3. What ...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Dr. Laura Graham
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Best Response, Enzyme Inhibitor, Hydrolase

Lecture 5 Regulation of Enzymes enzymes (E) proteins that: catalyze the chemical transformation of a substrate (S) to a product (P) increase the rate of reaction function by lowering the activat...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Dr. Laura Graham
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cooperative Binding, Dissociation Constant, Conformational Change

Lecture 4 Quantitative Description of Cooperative Ligand-Binding Recall for one site: P + L PL For a protein with n ligand binding sites P + nL PL n P [L]^n Kd= [PLn] Y = [L]^n...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Dr. Laura Graham
BIOC 3560 Lecture 8: Lecture 8

Lecture 8 Enzyme regulation by proteolytic cleavage some enzymes are synthesized as an inactive precursor these enzymes are termed a zymogen if activated by a protease OR a proenzyme if activate by a nonprotease zymogens a...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Dr. Laura Graham
BIOC 3560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Neuron, Blood Sugar, Hemoglobin

Structure and Function in Biochemistry BIOC*3560 Lecture 1 Protein Roles enzymatic proteins function: selective acceleration of chemical reactions ex. digestive enzymes catal...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Dr. Laura Graham

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