Why is it necessary to cleave proteins with at least two different reagents during sequencing?1 1624
Cells are in nonequilibrium, open systems. In what way is thermodynamics useful in this situation?1 1715
Which properties of water are unusual for its size, and caused by hydrogen bonding?1 1490
What kinds of proteins are involved in facilitating protein folding?1 1975
What types of molecules can be purified via affinity chromatography?1 1941
How can proteins be denatured and renatured?1 2775
What does a sedimentation coefficient measure?1 1961
How flexible are protein structures?1 1614
What causes aromatic rings to stick to each other?1 1685
How does H-bonding in the helix differ from that in the sheet?1 1351
Why don’t all proteins have methionine as the N-terminal amino acid?2 3533
How much empty space is found in globular proteins?916
why life span of RBC IS GREATER THEN THE WBC?
How does a random coil differ from an irregularly structured region?
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?
Which organ and subcellular site are most important for fatty acid biosynthesis?
How are coupled reactions used in biochemistry?
How do peptides react with cyanogen bromide?
How is the actual free energy change for a process related to the standard free energy change?
does glucagon secretion induce sleep in teenagers?why?
How does hplc differ from normal column chromatography, and what are its advantages?
Why are right-handed helices more stable than left-handed helices?
How are reaction rates dependent upon free energy changes?
what is familiar hypercholesterolemia?
Compare and contrast feedback inhibition and enzyme repression?
Why is the t-butyloxycarbonyl protecting group such a good choice for amino acid synthesis?
what is QC and why is impotent in pathology lab