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Biochemistry
Biochemistry

Author: Donald Voet, Judith G. Voet

ISBN: 9780471193500

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  • ch01-introduction
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    ch01-introduction
    Course: BIBC 102
    School: UCSD

    Basic principles of pathway chemistry 1. Chemical reactions (Chemistry) Most biologically important reactions are group transfer reactions, oxidation-reduction reactions, elimination (dehydration, decarboxylation), isomerization, rearrangement, carbo

  • Lecture17
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    Lecture17
    Course: BIOCH 623
    School: UMass (Amherst)

    Early model of the erythrocyte membrane Lipids, lipid mixtures, and p p membranes Voet & Voet Chapter 12 1, 2, 3A to C Van Meer et al. 2008. Nature Reviews Mol.Cell.Bio. 9, 112 The structure of the cellular membrane Singer and Nicolson 1972 Robe

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    ch16_polysaccharide
    Course: BIBC 100
    School: UCSD

    Monosaccharides Figure 11-7 The two alternative chair conformations of -D-glucopyranose. Voet&Voet, Biochemistry, chapter 11 Variability due to chain length and stereochemistry of sugars Cox, Lehninger Principles in Biochemistry, chapter 9, figur

  • Lecture12
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    Lecture12
    Course: BIOCH 623
    School: UMass (Amherst)

    Lipids, lipid mixtures, and membranes Voet & Voet Chapter 12 1, 2, 3A to C Jacobson et al 2007, Nat. Cell Biol. 9, 7-14 Early model of the erythrocyte membrane 1 The structure of the cellular membrane Robertson 1935 1966 Singer and Nicolson 19

  • ch14_DNA
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    ch14_DNA
    Course: BIBC 100
    School: UCSD

    DNA structure and stability Figure 1-17 Schematic diagram of DNA replication. Figure 5-1 Chemical structures of (a) ribonucleotides and (b) deoxyribonucleotides. Page 81 Voet and Voet, Biochemistry, chapter 5 Table 5-1 Names and Abbreviations o

  • Lecture 1
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    Lecture 1
    Course: CHEM 103
    School: UCSC

    Welcome to Chemistry 103 Biochemical Structures, Reactions, and Energetics Prof. Tom Schleich Contact Info 252, Physical Sciences, 9-2067, schleich@chemistry.ucsc.edu Your Link to Chem 103 Reality the Class Home Page Chemistry 103, Spring 08 Chemis

  • Lecture1
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    Lecture1
    Course: BIOCH 623
    School: UMass (Amherst)

    Voet Biochemistry 3e Page 16 2004 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Figure 1-14 Example of the hierarchical organization of biological structures. Protein sequences Voet Biochemistry 3e 2004 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2004 New Science Press Ltd new-science

  • ch11_water
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    ch11_water
    Course: BIBC 100
    School: UCSD

    Figure 2-1 Structure of the water molecule. Voet and Voet, Biochemistry, 3rd Figure 2-3 The crystal structure of ice demonstrates the tetrahedral dipole structure of water molecules. In liquid water, less then 3 hydrogen bonds are formed per water

  • ch13-cholesterol
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    ch13-cholesterol
    Course: BIBC 102
    School: UCSD

    Cholesterol (Cholest-5-en-3beta-ol) Cholesterol acyl-ester Fig. Structures of cholesterol and acyl-derivatives Figure 12-8 Cyclo-pentano-perhydrophenanthrene, the parent compound of steroids. (Voet, Biochemistry, 3rd. ed.) The three-part synthesi

  • AAcids2005
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    AAcids2005
    Course: BCH 6206
    School: University of Florida

    3. Ammonia Assimilation Ammonia is toxic in high concentrations, therefore it must be maintained at low levels. Therefore there are several mechanisms by which ammonia is trapped into organic molecules in preparation for biosynthetic pathways which

  • AAcids2003b
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    AAcids2003b
    Course: BCH 6206
    School: University of Florida

    3. Ammonia Assimilation Ammonia is toxic in high concentrations, therefore it must be maintained at low levels. Therefore there are several mechanisms by which ammonia is trapped into organic molecules in preparation for biosynthetic pathways which

  • Gluconeogenesis_handout_2009
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    Gluconeogenesis_handout_2009
    Course: BIOC 462
    School: Arizona

    Lecture notes for Bioc462b lecture 6 - Gluconeogenesis Jan 28, 2009 Learning Objectives Discuss the physiological function of gluconeogenesis in mammals. Describe the different types of precursor substrates that can feed into gluconeogenesis and the

  • Bchm4000_Macromolecular_Machines_1
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    Bchm4000_Macromolecular_Machines_1
    Course: BCHM 4000
    School: Laurentian

    Macromolecular Machines - Introduction Biochemistry 4000 Dr. Ute Kothe Macromolecular Machines 1. DNA Polymerase DNA replication, Voet chapter 30 error rate: 10-7 2. RNA-Polymerase Transcription, Voet chapter 31 error rate: 10-3 3. Ribosome Trans

  • Chapter 01
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    Chapter 01
    Course: MCDB 310
    School: University of Michigan

    Defining Biochemistry Biology Bi l Medicine M di i Questions & problems Q ti bl Answers Chemistry MCDB310 Chapter 1: Foundations of Biochemistry 1 Metabolism: Life Involves Lots of Chemistry complex biomolecules anabolism simple molecules ATP

  • Chapter 1 student
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    Chapter 1 student
    Course: MCDB 310
    School: University of Michigan

    Defining Biochemistry Biology Medicine Questions & problems Answers Chemistry MCDB310Chapter1:Foundations ofBiochemistry 1 Metabolism: Life Involves Lots of Chemistry complex biomolecules anabolism simple molecules ATP [H] complex biomolecules

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