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CLINICAL CHEMISTRY CHAPTER 12

CLINICAL CHEMISTRY CHAPTER 12

CLINICAL CHEMISTRY CHAPTER 12. LIPIDS AND LIPOPROTEINS. INTRODUCTION. When was the last time you ordered a Double Bacon Cheeseburger, Supersized French Fries, a large shake and an fired apple turnover?

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Lipids - Diverse Hydrophobic Molecules

Lipids - Diverse Hydrophobic Molecules

Lipids - Diverse Hydrophobic Molecules. 1. Fats store large amounts of energy Phospholipids are major components of cell membranes 3. Steroids include cholesterol and certain hormones. Objectives. Explain what distinguishes lipids from other classes of biological macromolecules

By Michelle
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Glycolysis: The Central Pathway of Glucose Degradation

Glycolysis: The Central Pathway of Glucose Degradation

Glycolysis: The Central Pathway of Glucose Degradation. NUTR 543 Advanced Nutritional Biochemistry Dr. David L. Gee Central Washington University. Clinical Case:. 15 y.o. female Hemolytic anemia diagnosed at age 3 mo. Recurrent episodes of pallor, jaundice, leg ulcer

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Analyze protein profiles from fresh muscle tissue by… Using polyacrylamide electrophoresis to separate proteins by size

Analyze protein profiles from fresh muscle tissue by… Using polyacrylamide electrophoresis to separate proteins by size

Analyze protein profiles from fresh muscle tissue by… Using polyacrylamide electrophoresis to separate proteins by size Examine phylogenetic relationships based on muscle protein profiles. Traditional classification based upon traits, especially morphological characters.

By Anita
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Organic Compounds

Organic Compounds

Organic Compounds. It used to be thought that only living things could synthesize the complicated carbon compounds found in cells German chemists in the 1800’s learned how to do this in the lab, showing that “organic” compounds can be created by non-organic means.

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Chapter 23 “Functional Groups”

Chapter 23 “Functional Groups”

Chapter 23 “Functional Groups”. Pre-AP Chemistry Charles Page High School Stephen L. Cotton. Section 23.1 - Introduction to Functional Groups. OBJECTIVES: Explain how organic compounds are classified. Section 23.1 - Introduction to Functional Groups. OBJECTIVES:

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Chapter 13 Alcohols, Phenols, and Thiols

Chapter 13 Alcohols, Phenols, and Thiols

Chapter 13 Alcohols, Phenols, and Thiols. O. Wood alcohol. An alcohol contains a hydroxyl group (—OH) attached to a carbon chain A phenol contains a hydroxyl group (—OH) attached to a benzene ring. Naming alcohols 1. Identify the longest carbon chain

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Chapter 19 OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION AND PHOTOPHOSPHORYLATION

Chapter 19 OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION AND PHOTOPHOSPHORYLATION

Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, Fourth Edition, 2005. Chapter 19 OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION AND PHOTOPHOSPHORYLATION. 中央研究院 生物化學研究所 曾湘文 博士 June 12, 2007 . 19.1 Electron-Transfer Reactions in Mitochondria. Electrons Are Funneled to Universal Electron Acceptors

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Production of Oxygenated Fuel Additives using Nitrogen Based Acidic Ionic Liquids

Production of Oxygenated Fuel Additives using Nitrogen Based Acidic Ionic Liquids

Production of Oxygenated Fuel Additives using Nitrogen Based Acidic Ionic Liquids. John Keogh, Manish Tiwari and Haresh Manyar. This project has been funded by the EU’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).

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The Kinetic Molecular Theory of Liquids & Solids – Chapter 9

The Kinetic Molecular Theory of Liquids & Solids – Chapter 9

The Kinetic Molecular Theory of Liquids & Solids – Chapter 9. Distance between gas molecules are so great at ordinary temperatures and pressures (25 *C and 1atm) that there is no real interaction between gas molecules.

By jody
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Living Organisms

Living Organisms

III. Living Organisms A. Properties of Living Organisms B. Cellular Structure C. Metabolism and Energy. Living Organisms . Properties of living organisms Cellular structure Metabolism and energy. III. Living Organisms A. Properties of Living Organisms B. Cellular Structure

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Triacylglycerol Synthesis

Triacylglycerol Synthesis

O. O. O. R-C-O. O-C-R. O-C-R. Triacylglycerol Synthesis. Fatty acyl-CoA DHAP reduction to glycerol-PO 4 or Glycerol kinase to glycerol-PO 4 Two esterifications Diacylglycerol-PO 4 intermediate Triacylglycerol. glycolysis. NADH + NAD +. ADP ATP. CH 2 OH. C=O. CH 2 OP.

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AKI – Biologic Models of Injury

AKI – Biologic Models of Injury

AKI – Biologic Models of Injury. Rajit K. Basu, MD Assistant Professor, Division of Critical Care Center for Acute Care Nephrology Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. 1 st International Symposium on AKI in Children 7 th International Conference

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Protein Characterization

Protein Characterization

Protein Characterization. BIT 230. Methods. Many of these methods were covered through this course Understand purpose!. Amino Acid Composition. Treat with HCl (hydrolysis) Separate individual aa by ion exchange chromatography Analyze with HPLC. Amino Acid Sequencing Primary Structure.

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THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Q #1. Digestion begins in the oral cavity. Process called digestion occurs as food is broken down both chemically and mechanically. Broken down foods must be absorbed into the blood stream. Undigested food remains are removed, or excreted, from the body in feces.

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Nu trition

Nu trition

/. Nu trition. Excre tion. How the bod y converts food into nutrien ts and waste. AP Biolog y – F Period – Ma y 1, 2011 Mary Boci , Stephanie Lai, Dia na Nguyen. Nutrition Facts:. Animals fit into 3 dietary categories: Herbivores – consumes mainly autotrophs

By zeki
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BIOL 2030 Human Anatomy & Physiology II

BIOL 2030 Human Anatomy & Physiology II

BIOL 2030 Human Anatomy & Physiology II. Why do we have a digestive system ? Provide nutrients to all tissues in the body. What tasks does your digestive system do ? Ingestion, mastic ation, propulsion, mixing, secretion, digestion, absorption, transportation, elimination.

By zareh
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Bio-Diesel Project

Bio-Diesel Project

Bio-Diesel Project . By: Chris Hempsall 12/06/2010 1 st hr. Picture of a gas station that is just selling Bio-Diesel fuel. Environmental Effects. Short term- bio-diesel could do one of the following:

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LIPIDS

LIPIDS

LIPIDS. Lipids. Essential macronutrients Provide energy Building blocks for cell membranes Form many important hormones Help transport fat-soluble nutrients Contribute to flavor and texture of food Often used in cooking. Lipids. Two unrelated types:

By avel
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Introduction to Lipids

Introduction to Lipids

Introduction to Lipids . What are Lipids ??. Lipids are organic compounds which are related to fatty acids Lipids are insoluble in water & soluble in nonpolar solvents (fat solvents) such as alcohol, ether, benzene, acetone, chloroform . classification of lipids . Derived Lipids.

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