LAB 2 - ENZYMES

LAB 2 - ENZYMES - 1st Lab Report Guide 1. Please read...

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1 st Lab Report Guide 1. Please read carefully the detailed guidelines on Blackboard. 2. Formats, citations, finding primary paper etc. 3. Deadline: Feb/18 (Upload electronic file on BB and hard copy submission before the lab starts.) 4. 35 points total, average around 25-26 5. Please use my office hour if you have any questions or emails.
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ENZYMES Proteins Primary, secondary, tertiary & quaternary structure Tertiary structure (three dimensional structure of polypeptide chain) defines protein’s shape determines its function Substrate binds to a specific enzyme at its active site Digestive enzymes: proteases, amylase, lipase Plants: bromelain and papain
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Biological (organic) catalysts 1. ↑ the rate of chemical reactions 1. are not altered by the reaction 2. don’t change the final result of the reaction http://student.ccbcmd.edu/biotutorials/proteins/enzsub.html
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4. the activation energy of reactants (Ea) * Reactants = Substrates *
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“Lock and Key” Model E + S ES E + P Specificity!!!
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2010 for the course BISC 120 taught by Professor Webb,wetzer,? during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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