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Concise Biochemistry

Author: Anatoly Bezkorovainy; Max E Rafelson
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 1996.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"This work offers succinct, medically-oriented coverage of biochemistry, examining biologically important materials and presenting the properties of nucleic acids as well as nucleic acid metabolism. Each metabolic process is integrated in a review of overall energy metabolism, diabetes and starvation. A solutions manual is available to instructors only."--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anatoly Bezkorovainy; Max E Rafelson
ISBN: 9781482273526 1482273527
OCLC Number: 1027745679
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF
Contents: Chapter 16 Actio nof Hormone s an d Prostaglandin s 39 --
chapter 1 Characteristic s of Cell s --
chapter 1 AS Golg i Apparatu s --
chapter 2 Bioenergetics --
chapter 2 4 REDO X REACTION S2.4.1 Redo x Potentia l and Free Energ y --
chapter 2 4.2 Nerns t Equatio n --
chapter QUESTIONS --
chapter 3 Concepts of Acid and Base Chemistr y --
chapter / \\ ... --
chapter Example 3. 1 --
chapter 3 6 BICARBONATE-CARBO N DIOXID E SYSTE M --
chapter ARTERIAL BLOO D [H*] (nmol/Liter) ARTERIAL BLOO DpH --
chapter 4 Amino Acids and Proteins --
After readin g this chapter, the student shoul d 1. Kno w th e names, structures, an d classificatio n o f al l amin o acids and their side chains present i n proteins, and be familiar with thei r physica l an d chemica l properties, suc h a s con --
formation, absorptio n o f ultraviole t light, an d reaction s wit h --
chapter 4 2.2 Physica l and Chemical Propertie s of Amino Acid s --
chapter QUESTIONS --
chapter 5 Proteins with Biological Activity: Enzyme s --
After completin g this chapter, the student shoul d the type of reactio n catalyzed b y each class . 3. Understan --
chapter 5 6.4 Uncompetitiv e Inhibition --
chapter 5J0.2 Leve l of Enzyme s --
chapter QUESTIONS --
chapter 6 Vitamins and Mineral s --
After completing this chapter, the student shoul d 1. Recogniz e th e structur e o f eac h vitami n an d it s coenzyme . 2. Kno w th e type o f reactio n catalyze d b y each coenzym e an d be able to identif y the active site of the coenzyme . 3. Kno w the etiology o f various vitamin deficiency diseases . --
chapter 7 Proteins with Biological Activity: Blood Proteins --
After completin g this chapter, the student shoul d 1. Kno w th e genera l propertie s o f blood : th e function s o f it s cellular element s an d th e meanin g o f the term s plasma, se- rum, hematocrit, plasma proteins, hemoglobin, coagulation. 2. Kno w the general properties of hemoglobin and myoglobin --
--
chapter Wavelength (nm) --
chapter High Oxygen Affinity Hemoglobins --
chapter Hemoglobins with Altered a-Helix Content --
chapter COOH --
chapter 7 5 PLASM A PROTEIN S7.5.1 Introductio n --
chapter Intrinsic system --
fibrin --
chapter 3? m --
chapter QUESTIONS --
chapter 8 Proteins with Biologica l Activity: Fibrous Proteins --
chapter 8 Chapter 8 --
chapter Sarcomere Sarcomer e --
chapter 9 Carbohydrates, Lipids, and Related Structures --
After completin g this chapter, the student shoul d bohydrates: mono-, di-, oligo-, and polysaccharides. B e famil- iar wit h thei r stereochemica l properties, reducin g properties, terminology use d t o designat e simila r sugar s (e.g., anomer s --
chapter 9 1 CARBOHYDRATE S9.1.1 Genera l Features of Carbohydrate s --
chapter c = o --
chapter CH0H CH0H --
CH0H OH H --
chapter 239 ocR --
chapter NUCLEIC ACID S AN D GENETI C CONTROL O F BIOCHEMICA L EVENT S --
chapter 10 Nucleic Acid Chemistry and Nucleotid e Metabolism --
After completin g this chapter, the student shoul d 1. Understan d th e propertie s o f purin e an d pyrimidin e base s and nucleosides, an d nucleotide s wit h varyin g amount s o f phosphate. Recogniz e th e structure s o f th e variou s xan --
chapter, : c --
chapter :ONH AT Pjft --
chapter 11 DNA and RNA Information Flow --
After completing this chapter, the student shoul d . Understan d th e Messelson-Stah l experimen t an d it s interpre --
tation to verify semiconservative DN A replication . 2. Kno w th e role s o f DN A polymeras e I, II, III, an d eukaryoti c DNA polymerases, th e role s o f primers, helicases, single --
chapter QUESTIONS --
chapter 12 Protein Biosynthesi s --
chapter 12 2 ACTIVATIO N OF AMINO ACIDS AND FORMATION OF AMINOACYL-tRNAs --
chapter 12 7 INHIBITOR S OF PROTEIN BIOSYNTHESI S --
chapter 12 10 MUTATION S --
chapter 13 Regulation of Gene Expressio n --
After completin g this chapter, the student shoul d zyme repression, coordinat e repression, 2. Understan d th e functio n o f th e opero n an d it s components . 3. Kno w th e role s o f a regulato r gene, represso r an d com --
chapter 14 Genetic Control of Synthesis of Immunoglobulins and Hemoglobi n --
chapter 15 Application of Modern Molecular Biolog y --
chapter 15 5 ENZYMATI C AMPLIFICATIO NOF DNA AND RNA SEGMENTS WITH PC R --
chapter 16 Action of Hormones and Prostaglandins --
After completin g the chapter, the student shoul d 1. Explai n th e arrangemen t o f th e hypothalamus-pituitar y hor --
mone system, includin g th e functio n o f hypothalami c releas e and releas e inhibitor y factors ; tropic an d nontropi c hormone s elaborated b y th e anterior, intermediary, an d posterio r pitu --
chapter C0 HC-C-NH --
chapter 17 Overview of Metabolism an d Oxidative Phosphorylation --
After completing this chapter, th e student should : gluconeogenesis, th e Kreb s cycle, ure a cycle, lipogenesis, lipolysis, an d oxidatio n an d describ e ho w thes e pathway s --
chapter 18 Digestion and Metabolism o f Carbohydrates --
After completin g this chapter, the student shoul d 1. Kno w th e name s an d mode s o f action o f carbohydrat e diges --
tive enzymes found in the saliva and the small intestine, includ- ing th e amylase s an d disaccharidases ; revie w ho w glucos e and other hexose s ar e absorbed . --
chapter 18 1.2 Orga n Glucos e Metabolis m --
chapter 2,3-Diphosphoglycera te --
chapter Galactose-1-P UDP-Galactose --
chapter H NHA c H NHA c --
chapter 19 Lipid Digestion and Metabolism --
chapter 10 O HOO C O CH CH, C-SCoA 4 --
HC0 ~ + AT P ° ' \ --
chapter 19 6-3 Biosynthesi s of Phosphoglyceride s --
chapter 20 Protein and Amino Acid Metabolis m --
After completin g this chapter, th e student shoul d the diet: the significance of essential amino acids, the concep t of nitroge n balance, th e meanin g o f obligator y nitroge n loss, and the natur e of protei n deficiency diseases . --
chapter 20 1 NUTRITIONA LASPECTSOF AMINO ACID AND PROTEIN METABOLIS M 20.1. 1 Essentia l Amino Acid s --
chapter 5 ° m --
chapter Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism 545 --
chapter 552 Chapter 20 --
chapter 20 4.3 Th e Urea Cycl e --
chapter 20 5.6 Metabolis m of Aromatic Amino Acid s --
chapter 21 Integration ©f Metabolism --
chapter APPENDIXES.
Responsibility: Anatoly Bezkorovainy, Max E. Rafelson.

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"This work offers succinct, medically-oriented coverage of biochemistry, examining biologically important materials and presenting the properties of nucleic acids as well as nucleic acid metabolism. Each metabolic process is integrated in a review of overall energy metabolism, diabetes and starvation. A solutions manual is available to instructors only."--Provided by publisher.

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Kno w the etiology o f various vitamin deficiency diseases . -- chapter 7 Proteins with Biological Activity: Blood Proteins -- After completin g this chapter, the student shoul d 1. Kno w th e genera l propertie s o f blood : th e function s o f it s cellular element s an d th e meanin g o f the term s plasma, se- rum, hematocrit, plasma proteins, hemoglobin, coagulation. 2. Kno w the general properties of hemoglobin and myoglobin -- -- chapter Wavelength (nm) -- chapter High Oxygen Affinity Hemoglobins -- chapter Hemoglobins with Altered a-Helix Content -- chapter COOH -- chapter 7 5 PLASM A PROTEIN S7.5.1 Introductio n -- chapter Intrinsic system -- fibrin -- chapter 3? m -- chapter QUESTIONS -- chapter 8 Proteins with Biologica l Activity: Fibrous Proteins -- chapter 8 Chapter 8 -- chapter Sarcomere Sarcomer e -- chapter 9 Carbohydrates, Lipids, and Related Structures -- After completin g this chapter, the student shoul d bohydrates: mono-, di-, oligo-, and polysaccharides. 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