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Ch 8.Immunohistoch / immunology

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Ch 10.GC/MS, NMR and Proteomics

Ch 11.Animal Experiments

Ch 12.Worm: C. Elegans

Ch 13.HPLC and TLC

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Biochemistry (Chapters and Vocabulary) -unit 1-50, 51-100, 101-150, 151-200, 201-250, 251-300, 301-350, 351-400, 401-450, 451-500

451: Suicide Inhibition.                                                                         


452: Deoxyribonucleotides Synthesized by the Reduction of Ribonucleotides Through a Radical Mechanism              


453: Control of Purine Biosynthesis.                                                    


454: Key Steps in Nucleotide Biosynthesis Are Regulated by Feedback Inhibition


455: Purine Catabolism.                                                                        


456: Urate Crystals.                                                                               


457: Disruptions in Nucleotide Metabolism Can Cause Pathological Conditions    


458: Summary                                                                                       


459: Problems                                                                                        


460: Nucleotide Biosynthesis                                                                

Frontmatter, appendices, and other book material:

461: Biochemistry                                                                                 


462: Appendix C: Standard Bond Lengths                                          


463: Standard Bond Lengths                                                                


464: Appendix B: Acidity Constants                                                    


465: Typical pKa values of ionizable groups in proteins                         


466: pKa Values of Some Acids                                                           


467: Appendix A: Physical Constants and Conversion of Units               

468: Standard prefixes                                                                          


469: Conversion factors                                                                        


470: Mathematical constants                                                                 


471: Values of physical constants                                                         


472: Responding to Environmental Changes                                        


473: Synthesizing the Molecules of Life                                               

Biochemical Evolution

474: The Unity of Biochemistry Allows Human Biology to Be Effectively Probed Through Studies of Other Organisms                                                                                                     


475: Biochemical Evolution                                                                  


476: Cells Can Respond to Changes in Their Environments                    


477: Energy Transformations Are Necessary to Sustain Living Systems    

Exploring Proteins

478: Exploring Proteins                                                                         


479: Summary                                                                                       


480: The Purification of Proteins Is an Essential First Step in Understanding Their Function         


481: Zonal Centrifugation.                                                                    

Protein Structure and Function

482: Protein Structure and Function                                                     


483: Summary                                                                                       


484: The Amino Acid Sequence of a Protein Determines Its Three-Dimensional Structure


485: Proteins Are Built from a Repertoire of 20 Amino Acids                 

Oxidative Phosphorylation

486: Oxidative Phosphorylation                                                            


487: ATP yield from the complete oxidation of glucose                        


488: Pathological and other conditions that may entail free-radical injury  

Exploring Evolution

489: Exploring Evolution                                                                      


490: Modern Techniques Make the Experimental Exploration of Evolution Possible          

The Calvin Cycle and the Pentose Phosphate Pathway

491: The Calvin Cycle and the Pentose Phosphate Pathway                   


492: Calvin Cycle.                                                                                 

Regulatory Strategies: Enzymes and Hemoglobin

493: Isozymes of Lactate Dehydrogenase.                                           


494: Ultracentrifugation Studies of ATCase.                                       

Metabolism: Basic Concepts and Design

495: Metabolism: Basic Concepts and Design                                      


496: Activated Carriers Exemplify the Modular Design and Economy of Metabolism       


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