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Unformatted text preview: Chem 333: Metabolism Lecture Notes Michael Palmer, Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo, Canada Third edition, 2008 Contents About these notes ...................................................................................................... vi Chapter 1 . Introduction ............................................................................................... 1 1.1. Why study metabolism? ................................................................................... 1 1.2. What is this class all about? ................................................................................ 1 1.3. Metabolic diversity ......................................................................................... 2 1.4. Major types of foodstuffs .................................................................................. 2 1.5. The digestive tract ......................................................................................... 4 1.5.1. The stomach ..................................................................................... 4 1.5.2. The pancreas ..................................................................................... 5 1.5.3. The liver .......................................................................................... 5 1.5.4. The small intestine ............................................................................... 6 1.5.5. The lower small intestine and the large intestine ................................................ 7 1.5.6. The portal circulation ............................................................................ 7 1.6. Whats next? ............................................................................................... 7 Chapter 2 . Refresher .................................................................................................. 10 2.1. How enzymes work: Active sites and catalytic mechanisms ............................................. 10 2.2. Classification of Enzymes: Types of enzymatic reactions ................................................ 11 2.3. Energetics of enzyme-catalyzed reactions ................................................................. 11 2.3.1. A simile .......................................................................................... 11 2.4. The role of ATP in enzyme-catalyzed reactions ........................................................... 12 2.5. Regulation of enzyme activity ............................................................................. 12 Chapter 3 . Glycolysis .................................................................................................. 16 3.1. Overview of glucose metabolism .......................................................................... 16 3.2. The place of glycolysis in glucose degradation ........................................................... 16 3.3. Reactions in glycolysis .....................................................................................3....
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2011 for the course CHEM 333 taught by Professor Michaelpalmer during the Winter '07 term at Waterloo.

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