Biomolecules Lecture_1_Proteins

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Proteins 1 - Amino Acids Biomolecules and Metabolism
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Dr. Phil Cummins Endothelium Biology Group XB10 Ext: 7857 [email protected] Contact
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Examination (January) 80% 8 questions in 2 hrs CA (mid-semester) 20% TBD Examination
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Proteins - Classification and function - Amino acids - Structural organization - Case studies (e.g. myoglobin/hemoglobin) - Protein purification Enzymes - Classification and function - Mechanism of action - Kinetics - Assay - Regulation Course Outline
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Carbohydrates - Classification and function - Monosaccharides and disaccharides - Polysaccharides - Glycoproteins Lipids - Classification and function - Fatty acids and complex lipids - Membrane properties - Lipoproteins Course Outline
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Proteins 1. Substances of large molecular weights that are made from polymers called polypeptides 2. Account for 50% of the dry weight of most cells 3. Structurally and chemically the most sophisticated biomolecules known
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Protein – Functions “You are your proteins” 1. Enzymes
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