Bio Chemistry Interview Questions
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what are Epimers?

3 4853

How to name a glycosidic bond?

1 4142

What is the importance of sorbitol?

1 2514

Where is lactose mainly produced in mammals?

1 2203

How is glycogen synthesized?

1 2109

What are proteoglycans and how are they constructed?

1 2719

What are some common modifications made to sugars in GAGs?

1 2135

Compare endonuclease and exonuclease?


5 18721

What is dsDNA said to be antiparellel?

1 2356

Distinguish between type I and type II DNA topoisomerases.

2 2290

What is the primosome?

1 3502

What is xeroderma pigmentosum?

2 2199

What is a transcription factor?

1 1898

what is RFLP?

1 5273

"wobble" hypothesis means?

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What are species grow in waitland?


what is meant by codan optimisation m rna enrichment?


What factors can change the pKa value of an amino acid residue, and in which direction?


Why does the pH of the blood decrease in a person who has digested trematol?


Calculate the molar extinction coefficient of a solution containing 5 *10-4 g litre-1 of a biomolecule, molecular weight 275 g mol-1, and absorbance 0.75 in a 1.2 cm cuvette.


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.


DNA binding by proteins with the helix-turn-helix (HTH) motif does not involve a) altered stacking of the DNA at the center of symmetry. b) hydrogen bonds, salt bridges, and van der Waals contacts. c) interactions with base pairs in the major groove of DNA. d) interactions with the sugar-phosphate backbone of DNA.


Describe the structure of a peptide giving the sequence.


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?


How are reaction rates dependent upon free energy changes?


What do you like LEAST & MOST about your current position?


what are the steps involved in the calibration of HPLC


Glycolysis is A) C6H12O6 --> 2C2H5OH + 2CO2 B) C6H12O6 --> 2CH3H4O3 + 4H c) C3H4O3 + NAD --> C2H5OH + CO2 NAD D) C6H12O6 + 6H20 --> 6CO2 + 6H2O


How does hplc differ from normal column chromatography, and what are its advantages?


Compare and contrast feedback inhibition and enzyme repression?