how bpg acts as a haemoglobin regulator?2 7039
what are the genetic defects in urea cycle?1 2300
Explain RS notation of isomers?4 10246
Mention the amino acids with positively charged R groups?1 3243
What are the biological activities played by Peptides?1 1708
What is the difference between myoglobin and haemoglobin in the sequence of poly peptides?1 6415
What is the importance of siderophilin?1 2530
What is the phenomenon of salting-in effect?1 4509
What is the product formed when aminoacid reacts with benzaldehyde?1 2665
What is meant by non-conjugated double bond system?1 4817
why ph is not more than 14?
why we use 96 well plate in ELISA plate reader?
can i used antimony potassium tartrate against potassium tartrate in Fehling B solution ?
what is familiar hypercholesterolemia?
In which forms arsenic impurities present in drug.
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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.
mutarotation is observed when phenol and pyridine both are present but phenol or pyridine alone cannot show mutarotation-explain why?
What are hydrophobicity scales, and how are they used?
How much empty space is found in globular proteins?
Why does the pH of the blood decrease in a person who has digested trematol?
What are the drawbacks of tissue slices technique?
How do peptides react with cyanogen bromide?
Two children have a neurological disorder. When cells from the two patients were fused to form heterokaryons containing nuclei from both patients and cultured, the cells displayed normal metabolism. Cells from either patient exhibited abnormal metabolism when cultured separately.what does these results indicate?
How do hydrophobic and hydrophilic residues arrange themselves in globular proteins?