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Structure and Function in Biochemistry

BIOC 3560- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

[BIOC 3560] Comprehensive winter guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Biological Membranes and their Functions Structure of C...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chemical Polarity, Activation Energy, Hydrophile
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BIOCHEM D Membrane Transport Pg. 5 Simple any hydrophobic molecule or molecule that is in greater concentration outside will diffuse indie so drugs, steroid hormones, cholesterol etc.. Facilitative Diffusion for polar (hy...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Mathew Kimber
BIOC 3560 Study Guide - Final Guide: Glucokinase Regulatory Protein, Glucokinase, Hexokinase

Carbohydrate Metabolism Catabolism: degradation of biomolecules Anabolism: synthesis of biomolecules Rate Limiting Steps - Depend on the activities of enzymes that catalyze each step - In each pathway, the r...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Study Guide - Final Guide: Peripheral Membrane Protein, Abo Blood Group System, Lipid

Biological Membranes and their Functions Structure of Cell Membranes - 45% lipid (long, acyl, non-polar chains, and polar head groups) - 50% protein - 5% carbohydrate - amphipathic (hydro...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neuromuscular Junction, Insulin Receptor, Signal Transduction

Biological Signaling Signalling I - Signals represent information that is detected by specific receptors (ex. Growth hormone, insulin, neurotransmitters) - Signals are converted to a cellular response...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
BIOC 3560 Study Guide - Final Guide: Spontaneous Process, Cytosol, Glycerol

Transport Across Membranes Membrane Permeability - Ions and polar molecules cannot cross impermeable and need transporters ex. Na , Cl , sugars, amino acids - Small, uncharged molecules cros...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Manfred Brauer
[BIOC 3560] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (52 pages long!)
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[BIOC 3560] Comprehensive Final Exam guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com PART A – REGULATION OF PROTEIN FUNCTION PROTEIN STRUCTURE - Chemical struc...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
John Dawson
[BIOC 3560] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 94 pages long Study Guide!
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[BIOC 3560] Comprehensive Final Exam guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com find more reso...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Mathew Kimber
BIOC 3560 Midterm: BIOCHEM Midterm notes

PART A REGULATION OF PROTEIN FUNCTION PROTEIN STRUCTURE Chemical structure dictates function of the protein Size (molecular weight), shape (2 structure, fold), charge (+ve, ve patches) and hydrophobichydrophilic properti...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
John Dawson
BIOC 3560 Final: DawsonBIOCHEMFinalNotes

Lipid Metabolism Naming the Carbon Atoms Greek letters o Alpha starts after the first carbon o Used when talking about chemical reactivity Numbering carbons o C1, C2,Cn o For location of features (i.e. double bonds) Steari...

Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
John Dawson
Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Mathew Kimber
Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Mathew Kimber
Biochemistry
BIOC 3560
Mathew Kimber

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