Prof. Douglas Julin
September 1, 2015
Sept. 1, 2015
BCHM 462: Metabolism
Reading in Lehninger, 6th edition:
Ch. 1, section 1.1 Cellular Foundations
1.2 Chemical Foundations
Ch. 13, section 13.2 Chemical Logic
Sept. 22, 2015
1. What happens to the electrons (i.e., NADH)
(and the pyruvate)
that are made in glycolysis?
Ch. 14, section 14.3
2. A biosynthetic pathway:
Ch. 14, section 14.4
(#19), 20 - 29
A table exists below that indicates the pKa values for the conjugate acid of numerous biological
buffers. Some of these structures are given, but you can look up others if you desire! DO NOT
MEMORIZE THESE! Remember, when the conjugate acid or con
Homework 2 Answer Sheet
What do you think is the rational for these mutations?
Rank the proteins in terms of their stability.
Was this endeavor a success?
How does His 143 feature in oxygen transport?