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Molecular Mechanisms of Cell Function

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BIOC 212 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Motor Protein, Sec61, Prenylation
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Intracellular Trafficking Summary Comparison Compare Contrast What uses GTP? o SRP SRP receptor, Ras family (Sar1, Arf1), Dynamin What uses ATP? o Hsp70, Hsp90, chaperonins, etc. Targeting modification signalsmotifs o ...

Biochemistry
BIOC 212
Jason Young
BIOC 212 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Groel, Proteasome, Groes
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Compare Contrast Summary Tables Amino Acid Interactions Hydrophobic Carbon chains Alanine, valine, leucine, isoleucine, interactions proline, phenylalanine, methionine, tryptophan BenzeneOH Tyrosine (2 CH2Glutamine, threo...

Biochemistry
BIOC 212
Jason Young
BIOC 212 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cytosol, Hydrolysis, Tyrosine
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Membrane Proteins Summary Comparison Compare Contrast Look at different lipids and how they compare to amino acids o Chemical structures of lipids Size Polarity, charge Hydrophobicity (Head groups) Phospholipids > aa Ver...

Biochemistry
BIOC 212
Jason Young
BIOC 212 Final: Final Exam Study Guide

McGill University BIOC 212 Final Exam Study GuideBIOC 212 Study Guide Cellular proteins o Proteins are the main functional components in cells o Genes and mRNA are linear o Proteins are made as linear polypeps by cytosolic...

Biochemistry
BIOC 212
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BIOC 212 Study Guide - Coenzyme Q10, Phosphofructokinase, Mitochondrion

Master List for Metabolism (BOC/ANAT 212 Winter 2014) Glycolysis Step 1: Hexokinase converts glucose to glucose­6­phosphate (need ATP) Step 2: Isomerase converts glucose­6­phosphate to fructose­6­phosphate  – hexose t...

Biochemistry
BIOC 212
Thomas Duchaine
BIOC 212 Study Guide - Hsf1, Coevolution, Lysine

A)  Protein  Folding   1.  Elements  of  protein  structure     Polypeptides   • Amino  acid  residues  covalently  link  into  polypeptides   • ...

Biochemistry
BIOC 212
Jason Young

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