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    Mcb 102 Midterm I Study Guide Chapters 1 & 2 - Building blocks of cells -Compartmentalized vs. Non compartmentalized cells - Sterics / Bonding Arrangements / Chirality - Reaction Energetics - Central Dogma, Evolution - Unity of Life at the Biochemical Lev

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    Amino Acid Sequence Determination: Divide & Conquer disulfide Enzymic cleavage of polypeptide chain HOH Trypsin Endoproteinase Lys-C Carboxyl side of lysine Methionine S r-C B N Chemical cleavage of polypeptide chain CNBr Homoserine lactone + Br - + CH3-S

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    Concept: An Appropriate Starting Material Natural sources Microbial cells, plant matter, or animal tissue must be ruptured and the proteins released by various mechanical means: Dounce or Potter-Elvehjem homogenizer Waring blender Sonication Grinding with

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    An -helix: usually depicted as a "cork screw" Ferritin, an Fe2+ storage protein, is composed of 24 copies of a subunit (shown) built largely from a bundle of -helices A -strand: usually depicted as a "pointed blade" GFP, a green fluorescent protein from a

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    Computer Graphic Simulation of the Molecular Dynamics of the Catalytic Cycle of Dihydrofolate Reductase (DHFR) Metabolic Role of Dihydrofolate Reductase (DHFR) DNA ALL ABOUT ENZYMES PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO CONSULT: (a) (b) A Primer of Enzyme Nomenclature D

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    Approximate Composition of a Mammalian Cell Proteins 60% Miscellaneous low MW metabolites Nucleic acids 10% 5% 3% 6% 16% Inorganic ions Glycans Lipids Let's zoom in and take a look! Based on data from Alberts B. et al. (2002) Molecular Biology of the Cell

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    Announcements DEADLINE to DROP without a fee is THIS Friday, 6 Sept. DEADLINE to ADD without a fee is Friday, 13 Sept. Always check the MCB 102 F13 bSpace site on a regular basis for the latest bulletins and newest information. Don't forget the Nelson & C

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    MCB102 Midterm I answer Key. Note that question 10 is worthed 18 points and question 11 is worthed 9 points. pK=pKa + log[uncharged His]/[charged His] 8.0 = 6.0 + log[uncharged His]/[charged His] 2 = log[uncharged His]/[charged His] 100 = [uncharged His]/

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    MCB102 Midterm I Fall 2007 NAME with LASr_NA\@FIRSr STUDENTID Day / uf Section Time t cfw_:'cfw_\y-,r:i, TA MaximumPoints Ouestion 1 Your Points r/ t t) 15 ?LT Question2 ,/) - | 25 O . r es t ion g \? tS onq ou"rt *ZT zs a"arrr"t, 6 Ouestion * [O ,fl J It

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    MCB 102 EXAMINATION #1 QUESTION YOUR SCORE 6 OCTOBER 2009 FULL SCORE I 20 II 20 III 20 IV 20 V 20 TOTAL 100 YOUR NAME: _ (Please PRINT your name in ink on this line as legibly as possible.) YOUR SIGNATURE: _ (Please SIGN your name in ink on this line.) YO

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    Concept: A Purification Table Concept: Definition of a "Unit" of an Enzyme One unit (U) of any enzyme is that amount of the enzyme that generates 1 mole of product per min when incubated at 25C and under optimal conditions (pH, ionic strength, etc.) and i

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    MCB 102 EXAMINATION #1 QUESTION YOUR SCORE 27 SEPTEMBER 2012 FULL SCORE I 20 II 20 III 20 IV 20 V 20 TOTAL 100 YOUR NAME: _ (Please PRINT your name in ink on this line as legibly as possible.) YOUR SIGNATURE: _ (Please SIGN your name in ink on this line.)

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    MCB 102 EXAMINATION #1 QUESTION YOUR SCORE 29 SEPTEMBER 2011 FULL SCORE I 20 II 20 III 20 IV 20 V 20 TOTAL 100 YOUR NAME: _ (Please PRINT your name in ink on this line as legibly as possible.) YOUR SIGNATURE: _ (Please SIGN your name in ink on this line.)

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    MCB 102 EXAMINATION #1 QUESTION YOUR SCORE 6 OCTOBER 2009 FULL SCORE I 20 II 20 III 20 IV 20 V 20 TOTAL 100 ANSWER KEY YOUR NAME: _ _ (Please PRINT your name in ink on this line as legibly as possible.) YOUR SIGNATURE: _ (Please SIGN your name in ink on t

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    Portrait of a Catalytic Mechanism: -Chymotrypsin See also: http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=E84LsJjmAHk Primary Structure of Human Chymotrypsinogen (inactive precursor of chymotrypsin) 1 MAFLWLLSCW ALLGTTFGCG VPAIHPVLSG LSRIVNGEDA VPGSWPWQVS LQDKTGFHFC GGSLI

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    GLYCOBIOLOGY Scene from "Extraordinary Measures" (2010) Starring Harrison Ford, Keri Russell & Brendan Fraser, a film about the development of enzyme replacement therapy for Pompe disease (absence of lysosomal acid alpha-glucosidase) Carbohydrate Chemistr

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    Week 3 Quiz #1 Name_ Section_106_ 1a. Write the 3 letter and 1 letter codes for the amino acids in the order they appear in the peptide. (1 pt) VHCE Val His Cys Glu 1b. Estimate the charge on this peptide at pH 7. Show your work. (1 pt) Amino Terminus (+)

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    Protein Cleavage Reagents

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    Reagents for Protein Cleavage and Sequence DeterminaLon MCB 102 - Fall, 2012 - Prof. J. Thorner Protein Cleavage and Sequence Determination By convention, the sequence of residues in a peptide or protein is written with the N -terminus to the left

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    Enzyme Nomenclature

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    A Primer for Understanding Enzyme Nomenclature J. Thorner MCB 102 Fall, 2012 Prof. A PRIMER OF ENZYME NOMENCLATURE Enzymes, as you will see again and again in this class, are commonly named by appending a suffix, namely -ase, onto the name of the su

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    Enzyme KineLcs in the Steady State: A MtraighNorward 2 - Prof. J. Thorner SCB 102 - Fall, 201 Enzyme Kinetics in the of the MichaelisMenten EquaLon -Menten Equation DerivaLon Steady-State: Derivation of the Michaelis Rate Equations-k1 (1) E

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    ENZYME REGULATION Modes of Enzyme Regulation CONTROL OF ENZYME AMOUNT: Regulation of the rate of transcription of the gene encoding the enzyme Tissue- and compartment-specific isozymes Regulation of the rate of degradation / half-life of the enzyme Reg

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    PART I: ENZYME KINETICS Maud Menten (Canadian; 1879-1960) Leonor Michaelis (German; 1875-1949) Michaelis L, Menten ML (1913) Die kinetik der invertinwirkung. Biochemische Zeitschrift 49: 333369. E+S k1 E-S k-1 k2 E + P k2 k-2 [S]3 S P K eq ' ( K eq at p H

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    Week3Quiz#1 Section111 Name_KEY_ Quizzesare6pointstotal. ThepHofthestomachis1.Whatpercentofcysteinesareparticipatingincysteinecysteine doublebondsonthesurfaceofaproteininthestomach?1pt disulfidebonds=deprotonatedstate pH=pKa+log[A/HA] 1=8+log[A/(100%A)](s

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    Quiz #6 Name_ Section_106_ 1. Describe rho independent (spontaneous) termination (1 pt) Spontaneous Termination - Coded in the GC DNA by sequences that will form GC rich hairpin loop RNA structures, followed by a string of AAA, that will be transcribed to

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    Quiz #5 Name_ Section_106_ 1. What are the names of the following structures? (1 pt) adenosine deoxythymidylate (deoxythymidine monophosphate is ok) 2. You are sequencing DNA using Sanger Sequencing and have obtained the gel seen below. Please answer the

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    Week 4 Quiz #4 Name_ Section_112_ 1. Describe the role of glycogenin in glycogen synthesis. HINT: describe its 2 activities. (2 pts) 2. Kinase 1 phosphorylates kinase 2, which phosphorylates kinase 3, which phosphorylates kinase 4, which phosphorylates ki

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    Week 4 Quiz #3 Name_ Section_112_ 1. Given the fact that the standard free energy of a reaction is equal to -3 and the temperature at which the reaction is taking place is 25 degrees C, what is Keq? Hint: R=0.008315 kJ/mol*K. Will this reaction proceed fo

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    Week 4 Quiz #2 Name_ Section_106_ 1. Draw 2 antiparallel beta strands with at least 4 amino acids in each strand. Show all covalent and non-covalent bonds. (2 pts) 2. Given the following Ramachandran Plot, tell me something about the secondary structure o

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    Week3Quiz#1 Section109 Name_KEY_ Quizzesare6pointstotal. ThepHofthestomachis2.Whatpercentofcysteinesarenotparticipatingincysteinecysteine doublebondsonthesurfaceofaproteininthestomach?1pt notindisulfidebonds=protonatedSHstate pH=pKa+log[A/HA] 2=8+log[(100

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    Name_ Week4Quiz#2Section109 1.Onesentence:Hemoglobin,myoglobin,andMHCproteinsundergo_inducedfit_uponbindingoftheir respectiveligands0.5ptsalsoacceptedconformationalchange,butinducedfitisamorespecifictypeof conformationalchangethatisadirectresultofligandbi

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    Week8Quiz#3Section111 Name_KEY_ 1.Thestandardfreeenergychangeforthereactioncatalyzedbyphosphoglyceratemutaseis +4.7kJ/mole.Iftheconcentrationof3phosphoglycerateis2.0mM,andtheconcentrationof 2phosphoglycerateis0.5mM,whatistheactualfreeenergychangeofthisrea

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    Week8Quiz#3Section109 Name_KEY_ 1.Calculatethestandardfreeenergychangefortheformationoflactate(tableandconstants onbackofpage).1pt 0 Donor Acceptor =2*96.48kJ/V*[(0.19)(0.32)]kJ/mol =2*96*0.13(Fullcreditifyougethere) =24.96kJ/mol NOTE:0.25ptsforcalculatio

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    Name_KEY_ Week4Quiz#2Section111 1.(fromProblemSet4):Thebindingcurveofhemoglobinissigmoidal(Sshaped). a.Onesentence:Whatishappeningtohemoglobinattheinflectionpoint(steepestpart)ofthecurve?1pt hemoglobinsubunitsareswitchingconformationfromlowaffinitytautsta

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    MCB 102 SPRING 2008 METABOLISM FINAL EXAM KEY NAME:_ UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY FINAL EXAM MCB 102 METABOLISM HAAS PAVIL MAY 17, 2008 INSTRUCTOR: BRYAN KRANTZ THE TIME LIMIT FOR THIS EXAMINATION IS 2 HOURS AND 50 MINUTES SIGNATURE: SIGN your name

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    Some+things+we+recommend+memorizing...

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    - Updated on 06/28/13 The first MCB 102 exam will include: - Calculation problems. - Conceptual questions. - Multiple choice / matching questions. - Thought questions. To solve these, you will need to have the concepts we have covered in class clear and a

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    1. Protein Sequencing a.) Can the following sequences be cleaved by the protease or chemical treatment? If so, indicate where the cleavage occurs: - Ala-Phe-Met-Glu Trypsin no - Ala-Phe-X-Met-X-Glu Chymotrypsin yes, cleavage on C-term side of Met only aft

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    MCB 102 Disc. #3 problem set Protein Sequencing a.) Can the following sequences be cleaved by the protease or chemical treatment? If so, indicate where the cleavage occurs: - Ala-Phe-Met-Glu - Trypsin - Ala-Phe-Met-Glu - Chymotrypsin - Gln-Val-Trp-Pro - C

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    Practice Problems: 1. Determining protein concentration You want to measure the concentration of a peptide solution using absorbance at 280 nm. You prepare a 10-fold dilution of your protein sample, pipet it into a cuvette with a 0.5 cm pathlength and mea

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    MCB102 Discussion Sec1on 6/26/13 GSI: Adrienne Housekeeping Oce Hours Change! (due to review) Tomorrow 4-5 pm 421 Stanley Review Friday 3-5pm Quiz Ques1on #1 Quiz Ques1on #2 Quiz Ques1on #8 Proteins have 4 L

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    GSI Name: _ Name: _ Section Time: 11-12pm 12-1pm SID: _ MCB 102 Survey of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology In-Class Exam II July 22nd, 2013 INSTRUCTIONS: This is an 8 page examination. (85 points). Write your name on ALL pages! Failure to do so will res

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    Name: _ SID: _ MCB 102 Survey of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology In-Class Exam I July 3rd, 2013 INSTRUCTIONS: This is a 8 page examination. (100 points). Write you name in ALL pages! If you have a problem with a particular question, please ask. If you

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    MCB 102 Lecture Notes Exam 1 Biomolecules

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    Lecture 1: 1. Do the recommended problems mentioned in class. They could be on the exam. 2. Introduction: a. Universality of biochemistry. Yeast and muscle cell have the same enzymes in the degredation of glucose. b. Mutations in just one biomolecule can

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    Practice Problems: 1. 2. Why are peptide bonds rigid (cannot rotate freely)? When an alpha-helix unfolds into a random coil there is a large decrease in the specific rotation (measure of a solutions ability to rotate plane-polarized light). Polyglutamate

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    MCB 102 - Metabolism Midterm - Fall 2011! KEY PAGE 1 NAME:_ Student ID:_ UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY FINAL EXAM MCB 102 METABOLISM OCT 31, 2011 INSTRUCTOR: BRYAN KRANTZ THE TIME LIMIT FOR THIS EXAMINATION IS 2 HOURS SIGNATURE: _ SIGN your name in i

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    MCB 102 - Metabolism Midterm - Fall 2012! PAGE 1 NAME:_ KEY_ Student ID:_ UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY FINAL EXAM MCB 102 METABOLISM OCT 31, 2012 INSTRUCTOR: BRYAN KRANTZ THE TOTAL TIME LIMIT FOR THIS EXAMINATION IS 2 HOURS SIGNATURE: _ SIGN your na

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    MCB 102 - Metabolism Midterm - Fall 2012! PAGE 1 NAME:_ Student ID:_ UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY FINAL EXAM MCB 102 METABOLISM OCT 31, 2012 INSTRUCTOR: BRYAN KRANTZ THE TOTAL TIME LIMIT FOR THIS EXAMINATION IS 2 HOURS SIGNATURE: _ SIGN your name in

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    Practice Problems: 1. Determining protein concentration You want to measure the concentration of a peptide solution using absorbance at 280 nm. You prepare a 10-fold dilution of your protein sample, pipet it into a cuvette with a 0.5 cm pathlength and mea

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    Prob Set _4 MCB 102 F 13

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