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Bich 411 - Comprehen Biochem Ii

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BICH 411 1st Edition Lecture 24 Outline of Last Lecture I Integration Overview II ATP in metabolism III Adenylate system IV Metabolic Integration V Creatine VI Muscle Protein Degradation VII Liver activity VIII SIR2 gene Outline of Current Lecture I Final review Current Lecture Stuff to know for the finalChapter 25 about 20 questions starts with nitrogen gas and nitrate oxidation reduced to ammonium ion know how many electrons it takes immediate donor know definitions like nitrogen fixation know about conversion to ammonium know criteria for things like nitrogen fixation reduction of Nitrogen is expensive know why they have to pay Amino acid formation anabolism some reactions assimilate ammonium ion into other intermediates know these know the enzymes know the amino acid families What the precursor molecule was good multiple choice question know what transamination is what coenzyme is involved know the ketogenic amino acids which 2 are purely ketogenic Urea cycle don t need to know enzymes just know what its job is anapleurotic benefit regulation at committed step know whether the enzyme is stimulated or inhibited These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute know where the urea atoms came from what are the targets for farmers who don t want weeds know why these therapeutics work know about the 3 inborn error of metabolism disease which is devastating manageable etc Maple syrup urine disease phenylketonuria alkaptonuria what is the most central amino acid for metabolism Chapter 26 about 15 questions all the following are true except questions the longest stage is the DNA synthesis stage so nucleic acids are a target for anticancer and antibacterial agents remember that nucleotides are used for energy CTP UDP priming THF used 2 different ways purines and pyrimidines carries single carbon purines and pyrimidines are made from precursor look at the biosynthesis

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