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AMINO ACID CATABOLISM
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fig 18-1 fate of amino nitrogen in mammals
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fig 18-2 metabolism of amino nitrogen in liver
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fig 18-2 nitrogen removal molecules…
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fig 18-2 metabolism of amino nitrogen in liver
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pg 677 transamination reaction
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fig 18-5
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fig 18-5 chemistry of the PLP aldehyde: Schiff base formation
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fig 18-6 PLP reactions: decarboxylation, deamination, racemazation
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fig 18-7 oxidative deaminiation: from amino group to ammonia
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fig 18-2 metabolism of amino nitrogen in liver
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glutamine as a carrier of NH 3 from tissue to liver fig 18-8
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fig 18-2 metabolism of amino nitrogen in liver
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actual fig 18-9 shuttling of NH4+ from muscle to liver reminiscent of the Cori cycle, yes?
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fig 18-10 the urea cycle as a method of safely disposing of all that NH 3 +
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fig 18-10
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fig 18-10
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logic of the urea cycle: NH 4 + , aspartate, and CO 2
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fig 18-11 making a transferable carbamoyl group…
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transfering that carbamoyl group…
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ornithine citruline
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Unformatted text preview: transfering that carbamoyl group citruline ATP adding a good leaving group using that good leaving group to do chemistry using that good leaving group to do chemistry fig 18-11 arginine + fumarate production of arginine arginine H O urea!! ornithine liberation of urea fig 18-12 coupling between the :Krebs cycles fig 18-13 a signal for increased urea production pg 689 administering a synthetic allosteric regulator fig 18-14 clinical biochemical strategy for removing ammonia we must consume amino acids fig 18-15 catabolism of amino acids: (most) roads lead to the Krebs cycle one-carbon metabolism cofactors fig 18-16 fig 18-16 fig 18-16 fig 18-22 amino acids are used to make many things fig 18-23 diseases of amino acid catabolism fig 18-23 an example: pheylketonurea or PKU...
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2009 for the course BIBC 102 taught by Professor Price during the Spring '02 term at UCSD.

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