Lecture 6 Part 2 Print Out

Lecture 6 Part 2 Print Out - 12/4/11 Protein Metabolism...

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12/4/11 1 Protein Metabolism Know the general scheme for amino acid catabolism Know the general fates of the Carbon atoms from amino acids Know the fate of the amino group from amino acids Know the two reactions required to extract the amino group from an amino acid and insert it into the Urea Cycle Selected Reading: Chapter 28 all sections Stage I of Catabolism: Digestion of Macro- molecules into subunits Stage II: Breakdown of subunits into an oxidized Form (acetyl-SCoA) Stage III: Acetyl-SCoA oxidized to produce CO 2 & Reduced Coenzymes Stage IV: Oxidative phosphorylation to 2 O
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12/4/11 2 Protein Digestion histidine isoleuine leucine lysine methionine phenylalanine threonine tryptophan valine Essential amino acids: Active General Scheme of Amino Acid Metabolism Proteins through ingestion and old proteins from cells are broken down into amino acids to form the amino acid pool Pool Amino Acids can either go to cells to form new proteins or they are broken down into the
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course BIOCHEM 212 taught by Professor Jeannestuckey during the Fall '11 term at University of Michigan.

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Lecture 6 Part 2 Print Out - 12/4/11 Protein Metabolism...

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