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I, (Name) _________________________________________ have neither received nor given help BMB 401/506-Fall 2004 First Examination KEY September 21, 2004 During the exam you should not be in possession of a beeper or a cellular phone. Please place your beeper or your cellular phone in your book bag (after you turn it off!!) and place the bag against the wall of the room. You can only use calculators that do not have memory capabilities for alphabetic characters. Other calculators should also be placed in your bag. THESE ARE STANDARD SINGLE ANSWER MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS. THE POSSIBLE ANSWERS ARE LABELED A,B,C,D AND E. SELECT THE SINGLE BEST ANSWER AND MARK THE APPROPRIATE CIRCLE ON THE SCANTRON ANSWER SHEET. Bubble in your name and ID# (C# please). There are 44 questions. You will receive full credit for 42 correct answers. This is α-glucose. 1. One step oxidation of glucose at carbon 1 produces: A. fructose B. gluconic acid C. gluconolactone D. glucuronic acid E. sorbitol (glucitol) 2. Inversion of the hydroxyl of glucose at carbon 2 produces: 3. Glucosamine is a glucose molecule with the following modification: 4. In the common N-linked glycoproteins sugars are attached to the side chain of the following amino acid residue: 5. The side chain of one of the following amino acid residues cannot participate in hydrogen bonding: A. Asparagine B. Glutamate C. Glycine D. Histidine E. Lysine 6. Asparagine relates to aspartate as: 7. Initial synthesis of N-linked polysaccharides: 8. If the ΔG°΄ for the isomerization of dihydroxy-acetone phosphate to glyceraldehyde phosphate is +1.66 kcal/mole, then the equilibrium constant is:
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