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RTKs and rational cancer therapy

RTKs and rational cancer therapy

RTKs and rational cancer therapy. Dr Andrejs Liepins/Science Photo Library. Are we making progress?. In looking at “5-year” survival, we need to remember we are are making a LOT of progress in cancer detection for some cancers.

By omer
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Chapter V Enzyme

Chapter V Enzyme

Chapter V Enzyme. Enzyme. Active protein acts as a biological catalyst. Since it is a protein, enzyme consists of amino acids. The molecular weight ranges from 15000 to millions Dalton

By liam
(398 views)

HIV Antiretroviral Treatment

HIV Antiretroviral Treatment

HIV Antiretroviral Treatment. By: Richard Britt Dr. Buynak Spring 2006. Human Immunodeficiency Virus. HIV is a Retrovirus which means: It contains a single-stranded RNA genome

By oshin
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Enzyme … the Biological Catalyst

Enzyme … the Biological Catalyst

Enzyme … the Biological Catalyst. Nilansu Das Dept. of Molecular Biology Surendranath College. The Syllabus. Importance. Enzymes play an important role in Metabolism, Diagnosis , and Therapeutics. All biochemical reactions are enzyme catalyzed in the living organism. Importance.

By daniel_millan
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DNA Repair Types

DNA Repair Types

DNA Repair Types. Direct repair Alkylguanine transferase Photolyase Excision repair Base excision repair Nucleotide excision repair Mismatch repair Recombination repair. Direct repair: O 6 -alkylguanine DNA alkyltransferase (AGT).

By ludwig
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Pharmacophore-based Molecular Docking

Pharmacophore-based Molecular Docking

Pharmacophore-based Molecular Docking. Bert E. Thomas, Diane Joseph-McCarthy, Juan C.Avarez. Introduction. Pharmacophore Concept Conformational Expansion Approach Docking Pre-Computed Conformers DOCK framework Conformational Ensembles Docking Pharmacophore-Based Docking Pros. & Cons.

By amy
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A receptor is a protein that binds a particular molecule.

A receptor is a protein that binds a particular molecule.

A receptor is a protein that binds a particular molecule. Because a receptor is chiral, it will bind one enantiomer better than the other. Biological Discrimination. Adrenergic agents Easson–Stedman hypothesis.

By ugo
(280 views)

ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY (EEG)

ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY (EEG)

ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY (EEG). Dr. Shaikh Mujeeb Ahmed M.B.B.S. MD. (PHYSIOLOGY). EEG. The electroencephalogram (EEG) is a recording of the electrical activity of the brain from the scalp. The first recordings were made by Hans Berger in 1929 . Origin of EEG waves. Electroencephalogram.

By hume
(1739 views)

Enzymes

Enzymes

Enzymes Enzyme Action Factors Affecting Enzyme Action. Enzymes. Enzymes (Chemical Digestion). Remember : Large particles cannot be absorbed in the small intestine. Large particles (e.g. starch) are left in the gut and small particles (e.g. glucose) go through into the blood.

By wolfgang
(297 views)

Metabolism & Enzymes

Metabolism & Enzymes

Metabolism & Enzymes. How does energy flow through life?. energy. energy. energy. Flow of energy through life. Life is built on chemical reactions transforming energy from one form to another. organic molecules  ATP & organic molecules. sun. organic molecules  ATP & organic molecules.

By Patman
(366 views)

M. Saadatian

M. Saadatian

Metabolism, Energy and Life. M. Saadatian. Metabolism = Totality of an organism's chemical processes Metabolic reactions are organized into pathways that are orderly series of enzymatically controlled reactions. Metabolic pathways are generally of two types :

By dagmar
(188 views)

Chapter 18 Glycolysis

Chapter 18 Glycolysis

Chapter 18 Glycolysis. Outline. What are the essential features of glycolysis ? Why are coupled reactions important in glycolysis ? What are the chemical principles and features of the first phase of glycolysis ?

By ike
(729 views)

Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14. Mechanisms of Enzyme Action Biochemistry by Reginald Garrett and Charles Grisham. Essential Question. Although the catalytic properties of enzymes may seem almost magical, it is simply chemistry– the breaking and making of bonds – that give enzymes their prowess

By aman
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Separation and Isolation of Plant Constituents

Separation and Isolation of Plant Constituents

Separation and Isolation of Plant Constituents. Anna Drew with grateful acknowledgement for inspirational teaching received at The School of Pharmacy, University of London. Plants -> chemicals. Secondary metabolites (primary metabolites sugars, amino acids etc

By tavorian
(202 views)

Statin Drugs

Statin Drugs

Statin Drugs. Cholesterol lowering drugs. Individual level risk factors for cardiovascular disease. High Blood Pressure High Blood Cholesterol Tobacco Use Physical inactivity Poor nutrition Obesity Diabetes. High Cholesterol Profile.

By drew
(649 views)

Antiretroviral Agents: HIV & AIDS

Antiretroviral Agents: HIV & AIDS

Antiretroviral Agents: HIV & AIDS. Shaw Vonder Hoya. Worldwide Prevalence. Types of HIV. HIV type 1: Most common Originated from chimpanzee SIV High infectivity and virulence HIV type 2: Mostly confined to West Africa Came from sooty mangabeys Lower infectivity and virulence

By garin
(137 views)

Protein signatures, classification and functional analysis

Protein signatures, classification and functional analysis

Protein signatures, classification and functional analysis. Menu. Introduction: some definitions How to model domains ? Pattern Profile HMM Domain/ family databases ( InterPro …). P rotein domain/family: some definitions. Most proteins have «  modular  » conserved structures

By brittania
(318 views)

Biochemistry 412 Enzyme Kinetics I March 29 th , 2005

Biochemistry 412 Enzyme Kinetics I March 29 th , 2005

Biochemistry 412 Enzyme Kinetics I March 29 th , 2005. Reading: Mathews & van Holde, Biochemistry , Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Co., Redwood City, CA, pp. 341-364 in 1990 edition (or equivalent pages in a later edition) Other (optional) resources:

By raleigh
(290 views)

Enzymes, Nature’s Catalyst

Enzymes, Nature’s Catalyst

Enzymes, Nature’s Catalyst. Lecture #2. Proteins  amino acids  nucleotides. All enzymes are proteins, but not all proteins are enzymes. Where are enzymes used?. Foods : baked goods, brewing, coffee, ice cream, milk, cheese, meats

By chet
(163 views)

Lab 2 MICROBIOLOGY Background  Bacterial species can be distinguished from one another by looking at a variety of

Lab 2 MICROBIOLOGY Background  Bacterial species can be distinguished from one another by looking at a variety of

Lab 2 MICROBIOLOGY Background  Bacterial species can be distinguished from one another by looking at a variety of characteristics:  Morphology of individual bacterium of a species: - cocci - rods / bacilli - spirilla  Colonial appearance of a bacterial species: - size

By ellard
(203 views)

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