a type of secondary structure commonly found in proteins which is characterized by 3.6 residues per turn and a ɸ angle of 57 degrees and a z angle of -47 degrees for a right-handed helix and a ɸ angle of 57 degrees and a z angle of 47 degrees for a left-handed helix
A protein filament composed of a and b tubulin heterodimers. Components of the cytoskeletal network and can form structures capable of directed movement.
Hypothesis of Biochemistry
Energy : ATP=Life Enzyme : new processes discovered we look for enzymes Genetic Central Dogma : DNA <->RNA ->protein Spontaneous Self-Assembly : certain molecules come together to form an active structure
This class was tough.
It is a tough class, but you learn a lot. There is a review section with the class, where he spends more time going over class material. There are quizzes during this section.
The class involves a lot of memorization of structures such amino acids. There pathways and research techniques to also memorize.
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Advice for students:
Be prepared to study if you want a good grade.