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    2004exam3

    Johns Hopkins, CHEM 020.305

    Excerpt: ... Biochemistry Exam 3 Biology 020.305 11/15/04 FULL NAME_ Page 1 Biochemistry Exam 3 Biology 020.305 November 15, 2004 Instructions for examination: 1. Print your full name clearly on each page. If there are any pages missing, obtain a new exam. No excuses will be accepted for missing pages. There are a total of 11 pages including: 1 cover (page 1) 8 question (pages 2-9) 1 scrap (page 10) 1 grading (page 11) 2. Write answers clearly and concisely in the space provided. Anything written on the back of the exam will not be graded. Extra space for doodling etc is found on the last page of the exam. If you desire partial credit for anything that is NOT in the answer space provided, you must clearly indicate where we should look for that partial credit. It cannot be on the back of the exam. 3. Exams must be written in blue or black permanent ink. Use of white-out, other corrective liquids, or erasable ink is not permitted. Failure to follow these rules will waive your right ...

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    2005exam3

    Johns Hopkins, CHEM 020.305

    Excerpt: ... Biochemistry Exam 3 Biology 020.305 11/21/05 FULL NAME_ Page 1 Biochemistry Exam 3 Biology 020.305 November 21, 2005 Instructions for examination: 1. Print your full name clearly on each page. If there are any pages missing, obtain a new exam. No excuses will be accepted for missing pages. There are a total of 12 pages including: 1 cover (page 1) 10 question (pages 2-11) 1 totaling (page 12) 2. For short answer questions, write answers clearly and concisely in the space provided. Anything written on the back of the exam will not be graded. If you desire credit for any answer that is NOT in the answer space provided, you must clearly indicate where we should look for that answer. It cannot be on any back of any page of the exam. 3. Short answer questions on the exam must be written in blue or black permanent ink. Use of pencil, white-out, other corrective liquids, or erasable ink on short answer questions is not permitted. If you fail to follow these rules you will for ...

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    Johns Hopkins, CHEM 020.305

    Excerpt: ... Biochemistry Exam 3 Biology 020.305 11/21/05 FULL NAME_ Page 1 Biochemistry Exam 3 Biology 020.305 November 21, 2005 Instructions for examination: 1. Print your full name clearly on each page. If there are any pages missing, obtain a new exam. No excuses will be accepted for missing pages. There are a total of 12 pages including: 1 cover (page 1) 10 question (pages 2-11) 1 totaling (page 12) 2. For short answer questions, write answers clearly and concisely in the space provided. Anything written on the back of the exam will not be graded. If you desire credit for any answer that is NOT in the answer space provided, you must clearly indicate where we should look for that answer. It cannot be on any back of any page of the exam. 3. Short answer questions on the exam must be written in blue or black permanent ink. Use of pencil, white-out, other corrective liquids, or erasable ink on short answer questions is not permitted. If you fail to follow these rules you will for ...

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    Biochemistry Exam 3

    Portland State, BI 350

    Excerpt: ... Biochemistry Exam 3 1) See the reactions below. Dr. Smith CH320 November 19, 2001 a) Given the general mechanism for the hydrolysis of an alkene, design the active site for the enzyme which would catalyze the hydrolysis of fumarate to Lmalonate. Be sure to show where residues should be placed in the active site and explain their role in the catalysis by drawing an abbreviated mechanism. b) Name the enzyme based on common naming conventions for enzymes. c) Use the following Lineweaver-Burk plot for the enzyme which catalyzes this reaction to determine its Vmax, Km, kcat and catalytic efficiency when [E] = 2 10-6 M. (Units for [S] are mM and for v0 are mM/mL*min.) Dr. Smith CH320 November 19, 2001 2) Which of the reactions below has a larger rate constant? Why? How does this relate to their mechanisms and the mechanisms of enzyme catalysis. Dieckmann Condensati on O O NaOEt EtO EtO Clai sen Condensation O NaOEt O O O OEt O O O Dr. Smith CH320 November 19, 2001 3) The data for the g ...

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    Biochem Exam 3

    University of Michigan, BIOLCHEM 415

    Excerpt: ... Biochem Exam 3 Signal Transduction Pathways General information about signal transduction pathways o Three pathways: epinephrine, insulin, and epidermal growth factor o Principles: release of primary messenger (signal) interaction of the primary me ...