Review of exam 2_chap6_tochap11

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33 questions in the second exam Note: This short review is just a summary of some key points in each chapter. There is no guarantee that the questions in exam 2 will be based just on it. Study the lecture notes as well and assigned homework problems! Chapter 9 is not included.
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Antibodies, ELISA, immunoblot assay Chapter 5:
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Chapter 6: Transition state stabilization Binding energy Acid-base; covalent catalysis, metal ion catalysis Kinetic measurements and Michaelis Menton equation: V 0 , K M , V max , k cat , plots (including linearized plots) and turnover number k cat and specificity constant k cat /K M Competitive inhibition including K i Chymotrypsin, enolase and hexokinase: any allosteric control, conformational change, active site description and mechanism of action. Allosteric modulation
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Chapter 7: structures and names of glucose and ribose (including both linear and cyclic forms) Stereochemistry: enantiomers, diasteriomers, epimers pyranoses (including chair conformation), furanoses, Fischer and Haworth projections
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