02OutlineMacromolecules10 - primary structure secondary...

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02 Outline Macromolecules Alberts et al, 3 rd ed monomers and polymers Chapter 2, pages 50-78 more on protein structure Chapter 4, pages 119-157 more on DNA structure Chapter 5, pages 171-179 ATP Chapter 3, page 105-107 Four Types of Macromolecules, monomers Carbohydrates Monosaccharides, open and closed chain, C numbering Disaccharides glycosidic linkages polysaccharides Lipids fatty acids, ester bonds, glycerol, phosphate and head goup saturated, unsaturated triacylglycerols diacylglycerols glycolipid phospholipids steroids Amino Acids general structure peptide bonds four catagories of side (R) groups Protein structure
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Unformatted text preview: primary structure secondary structure non-covalent bonds, S-S bonds folding patterns, α helix, β strand tertiary structure coiled coil, β pleated sheet quaternary structure monomers, dimers, etc structures within proteins domain, motif protein function protein interactions phosphorylation, kinase, phosphatase Nucleotides Ribose and Deoxyribose sugars Carbon numbering Phosphates phosphodiester linkages bases, pyrimidines, purines 1 hydrogen bonding DNA helix Sugar/phosphate backbone, antiparallel Double helix Base stacking H bonds Minor, major grooves 2...
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