Biochemistry: Protein Biosynthesis

(Conjoined with Chem 113.) A discussion of the physical principles governing biological macromolecular structure and function, and the physicochemical experiments used to probe their structure and function. Chem 213 students will be required to complete an additional paper and/or exam beyond that expected of students in Chem 113. Prerequisites: Chem 140C or 140CH; and Chem 127 or 131 (113); or graduate standing (213).

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Isolation and properties of three different transfer‐active protein fractions

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Research in biochemistry and biophysics is focused on numerous processes central to understanding life. Several groups use biochemical and structural approaches to address the basic principles governing protein folding, function and biological recognition. Using in vitro approaches, the central steps in biological information transfer are being analyzed, from maintenance of the genome to protein synthesis, sorting and processing.

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Among the processes being investigated: DNA replication, recombination and repair; transcription and gene regulation, RNA splicing; protein synthesis; chromosome segregation; cell motility and the cytoskeleton; the structural basis of protein-DNA and protein-protein recognition; protein folding, quality control and design; catalytic RNA; signal transduction and central nervous system function.

Biochemical basis of the resistance of Saccharomyces cerevisiae toward antibiotics which specifically inhibit mitochondrial protein synthesis

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All of this is controlled by a - a hugely complicated structure involving protein molecules and yet another form of RNA (ribosomal RNA or rRNA).

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Eventually, the ribosome will come to a stop codon. The three stop codons don't code for any amino acids, and so the process comes to a halt. The protein chain produced up to that point is then released from the ribosome, and then folds itself up into its secondary and tertiary structures.

There is no structure responsible for protein synthesis, there are many structures

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TRANSFER RNA Primary structure.-The importance of understanding the structure of tRNA was realized in 1958 when its role in protein synthesis was demon­ strated (2) , and when the partial separation of amino acid-specific ">

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Lecture 1 - Introduction
Lecture 2 - Water, pH,bonds
Lecture 3 - Amino Acids
Lecture 4 - Protein Primary and Secondary Structure
Lecture 5 - Protein Tertiary and Quaternary Structure
Lecture 6 - Enzymes: Basic Concepts
Lecture 7 - Enzyme Kinetics
Lecture 8 - Enzyme Regulation, Allostery
Lecture 9 - Enzyme Inhibition
Lecture 10 - Enzyme Mechanisms
Lecture 11 - Hemoglobin
Lecture 12 - Carbohydrates One
Lecture 13 - Carbohydrates Two
Lecture 14 - Lipids: Fatty Acids, Membrane Lipids
Lecture 15 - Membrane Structure and Membrane Proteins
Lecture 16 - Membrane Transport
Lecture 17 - Membrane Receptors
Lecture 18 - Metabolism : Basic Concepts
Lecture 19 - Glycolysis
Lecture 20 - Accessing Glucogen Stores
Lecture 21 - Puruvate Dehydrogenase and the Citric Acid Cycle
Lecture 22 - Oxidative Phosphorylation/Electron Transport
Lecture 23 - Oxidative Phosphorylation/Proton Motive Force
Lecture 24 - Glycogen Synthesis
Lecture 25 - Fat Mobilization
Lecture 26 - Fatty Acid Degradation, ATP, Gluconeogenesis
Lecture 27 - Diabetes and Ketone Bodies
Lecture 28 - Discovery of Insulin
Lecture 29 - Fatty Acid and Triacylglycerol Synthesis
Lecutre 30 - Cholesterol Synthesis
Lecture 31 - Lipoproteins
Lecture 32 - Eicosanoids and Inflammation
Lecture 33 - Phospholipid Synthesis
Lecture 34 - Phosphoinositides and Signalling
Lecture 35 - Amino Acid Synthesis
Lecture 36 - Amino Acid Degradation
Lecture 37 - Nucleotide Metabolism
Lecture 38 - Nucleic Acid Structure One
Lecture 39 - Nucleic Acid Structure Two
Lecture 40 - DNA Replication
Lecture 41 - DNA Repair and Recombination
Lecture 42 - RNA synthesis
Lecture 43 - RNA synthesis
Lecture 44 - Gene Expression I
Lecture 45 - Gene Expression II
Lecture 46 - RNA Processing
Lecture 47 - Genetic Code
Lecture 48 - Amino Acids and tRNA
Lecture 49 - Protein Synthesis I
Lecture 50 - Protein Synthesis II
Lecture 51 - Protein Secretion
Lecture 52 - Regulation of Translation
Lecture 53 - Recombinant Technology I
Lecture 54 - Recombinant Technology II