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Amino acids

Amino acids

Amino acids. To be able to identify the general molecular formula of amino acids. All amino acids have the same basic structure They have an amine group (NH 2 ) at one end And a carboxyl acid group (COOH) at the other end There is an R group which differs from one amino acid to another.

By lotus
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Organic Functional Groups

Organic Functional Groups

Organic Functional Groups. What is a functional Group?. Element, Compound, or entire chain that replaces a hydrogen on a hydrocarbon chain Alter the properties of the original hydrocarbon Create a new molecule with unique properties

By tyrone
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The diffusion of small molecules into cell.

The diffusion of small molecules into cell.

The diffusion of small molecules into cell. . Diploid; the normal number of chromosomes for the species. In humans the 2 n number is 46. The result of atmospheric moisture in the air mixing with emissions containing oxides of sulfur and nitrogen.

By shania
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medicines

medicines

medicines. mind-altering drugs. mind-altering drugs. l ysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), mescaline, psilocybin tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) ( found in cannabis/marijuana). Effects of LSD, mescaline, psilocybin .

By madge
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Chemistry of Life

Chemistry of Life

Chemistry of Life. Chapter 2. How are living things (biotic) and non-living (abiotic) things different? How are they the same? All composed of Atoms. Element = substance that can’t be broken down into simpler chemical substances. Represented by 1 or 2 letter code (H, O, Na, Cl, He, Ne…)

By rosina
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The general molecular formula of an amino acid is

The general molecular formula of an amino acid is

The general molecular formula of an amino acid is. RCH(NH 2 )COOH. However, it’s easier to ‘see’ the bonds that are present by writing its structural formula:. carboxylic acid group. H. O. O. C. R. C. H. N. amine group. H. H.

By jadzia
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Amines and Amides

Amines and Amides

Amines and Amides. Chapter 16 Pages 439-465. Nitrogen. Fourth most common atom in living systems. Important component of the structure of nucleic acids, DNA, and RNA Essential to the structure and function of proteins – enzymes and antibodies. Amine Structure.

By ansel
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Part 1: Carbohydrates Prepared by: Dr A. Riasi ( Isfahan University of Technology ) Reference:

Part 1: Carbohydrates Prepared by: Dr A. Riasi ( Isfahan University of Technology ) Reference:

Isfahan University of Technology. Advance Biochemistry. Part 1: Carbohydrates Prepared by: Dr A. Riasi ( Isfahan University of Technology ) Reference: Lehninger Biochemistry. Introduction. Importance of carbohydrates: Photosynthesis Dietary staple: sugar and starch

By cairo-michael
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Introduction

Introduction

Introduction. Lipids, Proteins, and Carbohydrates. Biochemistry. Biochem is the study of biological materials Compounds of biological origin Chemistry of biological processes Biological materials are primarily made up of: Lipids Proteins Carbohydrates. Lipids.

By whitney-wolf
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Amino Sugars

Amino Sugars

Amino sugars are chemical compounds that have a sugar backbone, in which one of the hydroxyl groups is replaced by an amine group. Derivatives of amine-containing sugars, such as N-acetylglucosamine, are also considered amino sugars. Incorporated into protein-linked sugar chains, amino sugars regulate protein function and, combined with other compounds, form antibiotics.

By James1028
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Amino Sugars Analysis Service

Amino Sugars Analysis Service

Amino sugars are chemical compounds that have a sugar backbone, in which one of the hydroxyl groups is replaced by an amine group. Derivatives of amine-containing sugars, such as N-acetylglucosamine, are also considered amino sugars. Incorporated into protein-linked sugar chains, amino sugars regulate protein function and, combined with other compounds, form antibiotics.

By James1028
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Choline and Choline Metabolites Analysis Service

Choline and Choline Metabolites Analysis Service

Choline is found in various forms in humans and animals. The water-soluble choline metabolites include acetylcholine (ACho), an important neurotransmitter for brain and neuromuscular function, betaine (Bet), an oxidative intermediate of choline which supplies a methyl group for the conversion of homocysteine to methionine, and glycerophosphocholine (GPCho), which like Bet acts as an organic osmolyte in cells. The lipid-soluble choline-containing metabolites phosphatidylcholine (PC), sphingomyelin (SM), and lysophosphatidylcholine (LPC) are all structural components of mammalian membranes.

By James1028
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Amines and Amides

Amines and Amides

Amines and Amides. Chapter 16. Nitrogen. Fourth most common atom in living systems. Important component of the structure of nucleic acids, DNA, and RNA Essential to the structure and function of proteins – enzymes and antibodies. Amine Structure.

By sorton
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Prodrug strategies to overcome poor water solubility

Prodrug strategies to overcome poor water solubility

Prodrug strategies to overcome poor water solubility. Pharmaceutical Technology. Prodrugs.

By thresas
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