If you isolate mitochondria and place them in buffer with a low pH they begin to manufacture ATP. Why?
Explain why in anaerobic cells the ratio of pyruvate/ lactate is much less than 1 while under aerobic conditions the ratio of pyruvate/ lactate is much greater than 1?1 4802
Which cellular compartment becomes acidic during mitochondrial electron transport?2 4021
what is the primary purpose of fermentation in the absence of oxygen?1 4551
Name the terminal electron acceptor during mitochondrial respiration?1 5972
During a heart attack, blood flowing to the heart muscle is interrupted by blockage of a coronary artery. How would you expect the metabolism in the heart to change?1773
Reduction of which intermediate in glycolysis leads directly to a compound involved in the biosynthesis of fats?1 1852
Which organ and subcellular site are most important for fatty acid biosynthesis?1 1699
When a forensics laboratory tests evidence collected at the scene of a crime using the "DNA Fingerprinting" technique, what are the technicians comparing?1 1909
What is the difference between and aldose and a ketose? Give an example of each?2 13383
What are carbohydrates used for in living systems?3 7379
what is a Reducing sugar?3 2980
Hi, I am venkat. I am done with M.Sc Medical Biochemistry in the year 2007. I got rejected 3 times at US consulate, and the reason they say is why are you going agian for PG when you have already done PG, and they are not ready to get convinced only on this issue.
I understand that urine can act as a reagent to break disulfide bonds? I am particularly interested in bonds between cysteines. and or any other amino acids.
Why are right-handed helices more stable than left-handed helices?
When it functions as a "second messenger", cAMP a) acts outside the cell to influence cellular processes. b) acts "second in importance" to AMP. c) activates all cytosolic protein kinases. d) activates the cAMP-dependent protein kinase.
Which compound is involved in reducing levels of homocysteine in the blood?
What factors are involved in determining the electrophoretic mobility of a molecule?
What is the structural formula of molybdenum blue?
ano po ba ang bermuda triangle? ano po ang nandito? meron po bang mga naitala na aksidente sa gawing ito? ano po ang scientific question nito?
Compare and contrast feedback inhibition and enzyme repression?
What type of column is generally used to separate amino acids from each other?
What are hydrophobicity scales, and how are they used?
How are free energy changes related to LeChatelier's Principle?
Why are free cysteines treated with iodoacetate prior to protein sequencing?
why we use 96 well plate in ELISA plate reader?
A 3.00 * 10-6M solution in a 1.0 cm cuvette read 16 % T at 620nm. What were the absorbance and the molar absorbancy index of the solution?