BIO 202 Review - ATP is the last stop in catabolism Binding...

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ATP is the last stop in catabolism Binding cofactos if a protein can’t do everything, coenzymes—vitamins, multiple active sites in enzymes are connected by tunnels, speeding up entire metabolic pathways ATP-binding cassette(ABC transporters)-uses ATP hydrolysis to pump substrates into or out of the cell, hydrophobic molecules from cytoplasm to outside of the cell, imp. In resistance of tumor cells in drugs Binding sites non-covalent Anchors hold covalent bonds to protein Psi bond rotates around a C-C bond where the 1 st C is alpha carbon and the second is the C of the C=O group Phi rotates around the N of the alpha amino group and the alpha C atom IF BOTH PHI AND PSI ARE NEGATIVE ITS AN ALPHA HELIX Phi and Psi bonds restricted due to physical interference between the O of the peptide C=O group of one amino acid and a H atom attached tot the alpha amino group of a second AA H-bonds are internal in alpha helix and how chains are attached together with a polypeptide background We need a membrane to keep a negative charge on the inside, which creates an electrical
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2011 for the course BIO 202 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '10 term at University of Delaware.

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BIO 202 Review - ATP is the last stop in catabolism Binding...

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