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  1. TA sections Choose the ones you want Go to them Not required, but a good idea Start Monday Sept 30 rh

  2. My office hours 2130 Pacific Hall Tues 2:30-3:30 Wed 2:30-3:30 rh

  3. Metabolic Biochemistry BIBC 102 hppt://courses.ucsd.edu/rhampton/bibc102 office hours 2130E Pac Hall Tues 2:30 - 3:30 Wed 2:30 - 3:30 exams 1 midterm, 1 final problem sets available on web TAs conduct sections: best to choose one

  4. How to take this class 1) Bring the lecture slides TO CLASS you can: a) download and print

  5. -ready soon -pages with holes -2 slides per page (by popular demand) How to take this class 1) Bring the lecture slides TO CLASS you can: b) buy a packet at Soft reserves

  6. How to take this class 2) Know everything on the study list 3) Know all the terms on the terms list

  7. How to take this class 2) Know everything on the study list 3) Know all the terms on the terms list 4) Take advantage of the problem sets

  8. C6H12O6 Podcasting… with benefits podcasts on web ~24 hrs after class

  9. A new experiment…

  10. iClicker 2 Why? • Allows instant feedback and • refocusing 2) Pleasantly anonymous 3) Facilitates my teaching 4) Provides easy source of points

  11. iClicker 2 1) Get one. Must be “iClicker brand Sold in UCSD bookstore 2) Bring it to class, use it 3) Credit given for participation not correctness

  12. In-class text messaging… Ask… or txt: 858 914 4945

  13. make sure you can check your UCSD email (@ucsd.edu)

  14. Nelson, Cox and Lehninger 6th Ed. fifth edition sixth edition

  15. Nelson, Cox and Lehninger 5th Ed. This year, NC&L is suggested, But NOT required…

  16. R-generated reading…

  17. familiar biomolecules

  18. small biomolecules are “non-iterated” but do have common functional groups

  19. small biomolecules are “non-iterated”

  20. small biomolecules are “non-iterated” but do have common functional groups fig1-16

  21. the metabolic pathway

  22. rh

  23. Why study and understand metabolism? 0) Underlies every life process at some level 1) Obesity: a world-wide problem in health 2) Adult onset diabetes: a metabolic disease 3) Exercise and metabolism 4) Important in ageing, cancer and many other maladies 5) Biofuel strategies for alternative energy rh

  24. catabolism and anabolism

  25. Just because it isn’t a lab course doesn’t mean we can have a guinea pig… Life: a balance of catabolism and anabolism mass exercise caloric input activity

  26. Many levels of thinking

  27. Many levels of thinking

  28. Many levels of thinking

  29. Many levels of thinking

  30. Metabolism as a system rh

  31. The Stedman Institute at Duke U. School of Medicine Chris Newgard

  32. The Stedman Institute at Duke U. School of Medicine

  33. PROTEINS

  34. an amino acid an L amino acid

  35. Amino acids: The Molecular Tool Box fig3-5

  36. Amino acids: The Molecular Tool Box (C) (S) (T) (V) (A) (G) (P) (L) (I) (M) (N) (Q) (D) (E) (W) (F) (Y) (K) (R) (H) fig3-5

  37. Amino acids: The secret practice method

  38. The peptide bond

  39. A polypeptide with 5 residues has distinct ends or termini: N and C

  40. Chemical independence of R groups

  41. A commercial dipeptide

  42. met-enkephalin: a neuropeptide Tyr-Gly-Gly-Phe-Met your own morphine

  43. The a helix

  44. The a helix fig 4-4

  45. The a helix fig4-6

  46. The b sheet fig4-19

  47. The b sheet fig4-6

  48. common b structures fig4-19

  49. examples of folded proteins with a and b 2o structures fig4-21