Know the physical properties of the most common

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Unformatted text preview: [S] plots or Lineweaver ­Burk plots. Know the types of irreversible inhibitors and how they inhibit enzymes. Effects of allosteric regulators on enzymes, using aspartate transcarbamoylase as an example. Describe types of enzyme regulation including types of enzymes (if applicable) that perform the modifications. Identify general names of different types of saccharides (e.g. hexose/pentose, ketose/aldose, pyranose/furanose). Name and /or identify the glycosidic linkages between sugar monomers, including the definition of anomeric carbon. Know the physical properties of the most common polysaccharides (e.g. cellulose, chitin, amylose, amylopectin, glycogen) and their functions. Understand the major types of glycoconjugates and how glycans are attached to proteins, e.g. N ­linked or O ­linked and what that means. Understand the properties of glycans that allow them...
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