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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.


The reduction-oxidation (Redox) potentials of NADH and FADH2 show that the following reaction is spontaneous: a) FADH2 + NAD+ --> FAD + NADH b) FADH2 + NADP+ --> FAD + NADPH c) NADH + FAD --> NAD+ + FADH2 d) Reactions a) and b) are both spontaneous

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The ATP synthase of bacteria is an Fl-like particle attached to the a) ends of proto-mitochondria. b) inner surface of the cell (or plasma) membrane. c) outer surface of the cell (or plasma) membrane. d) surface of protonic vesicles.

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The yield of ATP/glucose unit in glycolysis with glycogen as the glucose source is a) 2.0 b) 2.5 c) 3.0 d) 4.0

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What was the primary antibody that was used?

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Describe how you used that antibody to visualize β-gal protein?

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Review your data from the entire module. Say we ask you to redo the purification.Is there any step that you could eliminate? Which one? Why can you eliminate it?

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Why do proteins that recognize specific DNA sequences usually bind in the major groove of DNA?

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An unusual structure is formed at the 5? end of each cellular mRNA. What is it? After this has formed, does the mRNA have a 5? terminus? Explain.

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Splicing of pre-mRNA involves an unusual phosphodiester bond. Why is it unusual? What parts of the intron/exon form this bond?

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Many genes are regulated in both a negative and a positive manner. The genes mediating lactose metabolism in bacteria are a classical example. What are the two small molecule ligands that control expression of these genes? What does each one do?

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Some proteins profoundly alter the structure of DNA when they bind, bending it far out of its standard B configuration. Where do you think the energy comes from to distort the DNA?

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Is there a biochemical test for maltose?

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When starch reacts with iodine, why does it create the characteristic blue-black colour?

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Explain about RESPIRATION ?

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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.