Formation of Secondary, Tertiary and Quaternary Protein
-Most of the native (three dimensional) protein structure is
achieved by a spontaneous process of protein folding into a
thermodynamically low energy form that requires no
Amino Acids and Peptides
There are 20 common amino acids which serve
as building blocks for proteins
have a-amino group.
-All have a-carboxyl group. (acid)
-Each amino acid has a distinctive side chain "R" group.
-Properties of "R
Lecture 12: Nucleosides, Nucleotides,
DNA and RNA
Slide 1. Nucleosides, Nucleotides, DNA and RNA
In this lecture, we will first study the structure of nucleosides and
nucleotides. Then, we will examine the structure of the related
Exam II October 17, 2013
80 points total
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EXAMINATION HAS 10
PAGES CONTAINING 26 QUESTIONS.
Multiple Choice Questions Circle the best answer. (2 points per question)
1. Which of the following statemen