Lec 8 - Metabolic Biochemistry BIBC 102 Lecture 8 January...

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Metabolic Biochemistry BIBC 102 Lecture 8 January 26, 2007
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TEACH FOR AMERICA Panel Discussions at Career Services Monday, 12 pm and 1:30 pm
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LNC 15.16 (3rd ed.)
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LNC 15.12 near equilibrium not near equilibrium
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LNC 4th ed.
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LNC 3rd ed.
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LNC 15.18a active site active site regulatory site regulatory site Phosphofructokinase 1 (only two of four subunits shown) Fru 6-P + ATP Fru 1,6-bisphosphate + ADP
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LNC 15.18a active site active site regulatory site regulatory site Phosphofructokinase 1 (only two of four subunits shown)
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LNC 15.18b
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LNC 15.18c
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The role of adenylate kinase : 2 ADP ATP + AMP K eq = 0.44 [ATP] [AMP] Keq = 0.44 = [ADP] 2
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LNC 4th ed.
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LNC 15.18b High AMP Low AMP
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We do not normally eat GLUCOSE , but we eat carbohydrates in various forms
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Other Common Sugars Monosaccharides : fructose galactose mannose Disaccharides : sucrose Glu-Fru lactose Gal-Glu maltose Glu-Glu trehalose Glu-Glu pp. 534-537 (Section 14.2) Feeder Pathways for Glycolysis
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Disaccharides Figure 7-12 Galactose Glucose
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Figure 7-12 Glucose Fructose
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Figure 7-12 Glucose Glucose
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Lec 8 - Metabolic Biochemistry BIBC 102 Lecture 8 January...

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