Portal:Biochemistry

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WELCOME TO THE BIOCHEMISTRY PORTAL

Part of the School of Chemistry and the School of Biology
Biochemistry Portal

Biochemistry is the study of the chemistry of living beings.

This department gathers and organizes contents on Biochemistry. Of course, Biochemistry being a laboratory-based subject, it will be hard for you to do anything practical with this.

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Things you can do!
  • Clean up Draft:Amino acids and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Deoxyribonucleic acids and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Epigenetics and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Epigenomes and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Human RNA and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Phosphate biochemistry and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Phosphate budgets and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Proteins and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
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  • Biomolecules -- Structures, classification and properties of:
  1. w:Nucleic acids
  2. w:Amino acids
  3. w:Protein
  4. w:Carbohydrate
  5. w:Lipid
  • Laboratory and Analytical Methods
  1. Gamma counting
  2. Beta counting
  3. w:Enzyme assays
  4. w:PCR
  5. w:Surface Plasmon Resonance
  1. In vivo nucleic acids synthesis
  2. In vitro DNA synthesis
  3. Nucleic acid degradation, pyrimidine and purine catabolism
  4. w:Peptide bond
  5. In vivo protein synthesis
  6. In vitro protein synthesis
  7. w:Micronutrients and w:Vitamins
  8. w:Enzymes
  9. Enzymatic catalysis models
  10. Regulation of metabolic pathways
  • Amino acids
  1. w:Decarboxylation
  2. w:Transamination
  3. General amino acid synthesis
  4. General amino acid catabolism
  5. Special amino acid metabolism
  6. Amino acid interconversion
  7. w:Urea cycle, item
  8. Gamma-glutamyl cycle
  • Carbohydrates
  1. w:Glycolysis
  2. Krebs' cycle
  3. w:Pyruvate decarboxylation
  4. The ATP cycle
  5. w:Oxidative phosphorilation
  6. w:Photosynthesis
  7. Dickens-Horecker cycle
  8. Hexose interconversions
  9. w:Gluconeogenesis
  10. w:Glycogenesis
  11. w:Glycogenolysis
  12. w:Cori cycle
  13. Carbohydrate regulation mechanism: w:glucagon and w:insulin
  • Lipids
  1. w:fatty acids
  2. Essential fatty acids, item, poly-unsaturated fatty acids (w:PUFA); w:eicosanoids: w:prostaglandins, w:thromboxanes, w:prostacyclin and w:leukotrienes.
  3. The w:lipid bilayer, item, and transport across it
  4. w:Lipid peroxidation
  5. Acylglycerols
  6. Triacylglycerols
  7. Sn system
  8. w:Carnitine and membrane transport of fatty acids
  9. w:Fatty acid oxidations
  10. w:Beta oxidation
  11. w:Ketogenesis
  12. Lipid synthesis (w:lipogenesis)
  13. w:Arachidonic acid cascade and the eicosanoids (above)
  14. w:Lipoproteins and cholesterol
  15. The serum lipoprotein transport system
  16. w:Cholesterol metabolism, regulation and transport
  17. Lipoprotein metabolism
  18. w:Chylomicra and w:VLDL
  19. w:LDL and w:HDL
  20. Regulation of lipoprotein metabolism