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D G = D G o' + RTlnQ

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  1. DG = DGo' + RTlnQ If Q isthen DG is > Keq >0 (reverse reaction is favorable) = Keq =0 (at equilibrium) < Keq <0 (reaction favorable as written)

  2. Standard States in Biochemistry 1. Activity of water is 1. (really 55 M) 2. Hydrogen ion activity is 1 at pH 7. Go’

  3. 13-2 Table 13-2 p 362 in VVP

  4. Acids, Bases and Buffers!!! • pH = pKa + log [A] • [HA]

  5. Bloody Fact: • If 1 mL of 10 N HCl is added to 1 liter of saline solution at pH = 7.0, the pH will decrease to roughly pH = 2. • If 1 mL of 10 N HCl is added to 1 liter of blood plasma at pH = 7.4, the pH will decrease to pH = 7.2. • Why? Blood is buffered (in this case by the H2CO3/HCO3 system).

  6. This is IMPORTANT!!! • If pH = pKa, then [A-] = [HA] then [deprotonated] = [protonated] • If pH < pKa, then [A-] < [HA] then [deprotonated] < [protonated] • If pH > pKa, then [A-] > [HA] then [deprotonated] > [protonated] Summarized on VVP Fig 2-15

  7. Using Henderson-Hasselbalch • at pH values +3 pH units from pKa the group is essentially fully deprotonated or fully protonated, so the average charge = 0 or +1. • at pH = pKa the group is 50% protonated, thus it carries an average charge = + 0.5 • H-H equation can be used to calculate the average charge on an ionizable group at any pH.

  8. VVP Fig 2-15

  9. VVP Fig 2-16 pH=pKa3 pH=pKa2 pH=pKa1

  10. BUILDING BLOCKS!!! NUCLEOTIDES AMINO ACIDS

  11. VVP Table 4-1 +0.091 X

  12. amino acid structures See Table 4-1 p80 in VVP

  13. See Table 4-1 p80 in VVP

  14. Amino acid structures http://info.bio.cmu.edu/Courses/ BiochemMols/AAViewer/ AAVFrameset.htm

  15. Ionic properties of amino acids impart ionic properties to proteins • in general these are SURFACE properties (i.e. charged sidechains are on solvent-exposed outside of folded structure) • affect protein-ligand binding (e.g. DNA-binding proteins) or catalysis • average charge on protein is an important consideration in the design of a purification process

  16. pKa3 pKa2 pKa1

  17. Other Properties of Amino Acids • Stereochemistry (all biosynthetic proteins made up of L-isomer) • Hydropathy (partitioning between polar and nonpolar solvents as indicator of polarity) (see Table 6-2 in VVP p 150; Take Note p58) these two properties are major determinants of peptide conformation

  18. See VVP Fig 4-3

  19. VVP Fig 6-3 p 126

  20. Example of a protein sequence MANSKINKQL DKLPENLRLN GRTPSGKLRS FVCEVCTRAF ARQEHLKRHY RSHTNEKPYP CGLCNRCFTR RDLLIRHAQK IDSGNLGETI SHTKKVSRTI TKARKNSASS VKFQTPTYGT PDNGGSGGTV LSEGEWQLVL HVWAKVEADV AGHGQDILIR LFKSHPETLE KFDRFKHLKT EAEMKASEDL KKHGVTVLTA LGAILKKKGH HEAELKPLAQ SHATKHKIPI KYLEFISEAI IHVLHSRHPG DFGADAQGAM NKALELFRKD IAAKYKELGY G N-terminus C-terminus

  21. VVP page 150 “nonpolar” “polar”

  22. VVP Fig 6-1 p 125

  23. VVP Fig 5-1 p 94 C-termini N-termini

  24. (Rasmol)