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BCHM 426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Reaction Rate, Reaction Mechanism, Phosphatase

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28 Mar 2017
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The process by which there is an inhibition of substrate binding to enzyme. In absence of interfering agents, it just proceeds. Complex reaction mechan
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BCHM 426 Lecture 4: Fluorescence-4

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BCHM 426 Lecture 3: Fluorescence-3

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9 Mar 2017
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BCHM 426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Phenyl Group, Semipermeable Membrane, Ion Exchange

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4 Apr 2017
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Have to exploit something that is different about your protein compared to all other proteins. *binding sites and substrates what ligands they have. So
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BCHM 426 Lecture 5: Fluorescence-5

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BCHM 426 Lecture 7: Fluorescence-8

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9 Mar 2017
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BCHM 426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Western Blot, Fragment Crystallizable Region, Immunoglobulin Heavy Chain

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4 Mar 2017
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Specificity only wants to see 1 band (ignore everything else) Sensitivity get enough protein to detect (get small amount of protein) Large glycoprotein
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BCHM 426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lysis, Bradford Protein Assay, Acrylamide

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18 Apr 2017
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Run on fblc on continuous trace to detect proteins. By the intensity, you can tell which fraction has your protein. Put together gel and want to load c
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BCHM 426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Enzyme Kinetics, Activation Energy, Reaction Mechanism

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21 Mar 2017
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They induce the activation energy, which affects the kinetics of the rxn. If they were evolved to be perfect binders, they would be receptors and would
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BCHM 426 Lecture 1: Fluorescence

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9 Mar 2017
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BCHM 426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis, Free-Radical Reaction, Acrylamide

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21 Feb 2017
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Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and transfer to pvdf membrane. Run complex mix of proteins in gel matrix to separate proteins based on their propert
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BCHM 426 Lecture 2: Fluorescence-2

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9 Mar 2017
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