Study Guide - Proteases Strategies of Catalysis Chapter 7...

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Guide MT3 -- 24 questions FORMAT: 10 Multiple-Choice Questions 4 HW Questions 10 Open-Ended Questions Chapter 11-Carbohydrates--(3 questions) Glycoproteins Oligosaccharides Monosaccharides Chapter 12 - Lipids-- 3 questions Membrane Properties Membrane Proteins Lipid Bilayers Phospholipids, Glycolipids and Cholesterol Fatty Acids Chapter 10 - Regulation (1 question) Allosteric Control: ATCase Strategies of Regulation Homeworks -- 4 questions HW 6 - 2 questions HW 5 - 2 question Chapter 6 -Evolution and Bioinformatics (3 questions) Combinatorial Chemistry Evolutionary Trees Structural Alignments Sequence Alignments Homology Chapter 9 - Catalytic Mechanisms (3 questions) NMP kinase BamHI Carbonic Anhydrase
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Unformatted text preview: Proteases Strategies of Catalysis Chapter 7 - Hemoglobin and Myoglobin (3 questions) Allosteric regulation of Hemoglobin (BPG-pH-CO) Models of cooperativity Oxygen-binding curves by Hemoglobin Oxygen-binding curves by Myoglobin Affinity Ligands and Binding Sites Protein Properties for Binding Chapter 8 - Enzymes (4 questions) Irreversible Inhibitors, transitions state analogs and catalytic Ab. Reversible Inhibitors Multiple Substrates Single Substrate: Michaelis-Menten Kinetics (Formula and Parameters) Enzyme-Substrate Complex Transition State Free Energy in Enzymatic Reactions Cofactors Classification of enzymes...
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