BS111-Lecture 10 - Review of Lecture Nine Enzymes Enzymes...

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1 Review of Lecture Nine Enzymes Enzymes and energy Their substrates How enzymes lower barrier Types of catalysis Cofactors
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2 I. Lecture Ten E1 E2 E3 E4 A B C D E ± j » Regulation of enzymes and thus the rates of reactions helps maintain internal homeostasis . The production of E is tied to A E=enzyme A=product from other enzyme rx
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3 Noncompetitive inhibitors : bind to the enzyme at a different site (not the active site). The enzyme changes shape and alters the active site. II. Allosteric effects on Enzymes
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4 Most allosteric enzymes are proteins with quaternary structure. - catalytic subunit - regulatory subunits
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5 FeedBack Inhibition
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7 Hemoglobin/Myoglobin Oxygen delivery
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8 Ph effects Temperature effects
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9 Chapter Five : The Dynamic Cell Membrane
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10 I. Fluid Mosaic model
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11 A. Lipids/Bilayer Situation A: Saturated, long chains, low % cholesterol --less mobile at RT Situation B: Unsaturated, short chains, high % cholesterol ---highly mobile at RT
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12 B. Membrane Proteins Integral membrane proteins Peripheral membrane proteins
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course BS 111 taught by Professor Patterson during the Spring '05 term at Michigan State University.

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BS111-Lecture 10 - Review of Lecture Nine Enzymes Enzymes...

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