What is acid number?3 3118
What is the difference between C-DNA and D-DNA?1 2911
what is racemic mixture and what is racemisation?3 13027
what are magic 20 aminoacids?2 6539
what is castration process?2 5527
what is the structure and metabolism of ALPHA-LIPOIC acid?1 2158
what happens when aminoacid reacts with edman reagent?3 3261
What are low-density lipoproteins?what are their functions?1 2094
what is albinism?2 2579
what is the concept behind central dogma of molecular genetics?2 3689
what is meant by Shine-Dalgarno sequence in protein synthesis?2 6421
How streptomycin acts an inhibitor for protein synthesis?1 2046
what is Signal Recognition Particle?1 2348
what are the symptoms of Adrenal Virilism ?1 3543
WHAT ARE ENDORPHINS?3 2674
mutarotation is observed when phenol and pyridine both are present but phenol or pyridine alone cannot show mutarotation-explain why?
What are the drawbacks of tissue slices technique?
How are reaction rates dependent upon free energy changes?
Which vitamins participate, in coenzyme form, in reactions of the tricarboxylic acid cycle?
why ph is not more than 14?
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.
why life span of RBC IS GREATER THEN THE WBC?
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.
Where do hydrophobic and hydrophilic residues usually end up after protein folding?
How are free energy, equilibrium and spontaneity related to each other?
How are free energy changes related to enthalpy changes and entropy changes?
What is zone electrophoresis?
What are the structures of the products of this reaction, and how are they identified?
why we use 96 well plate in ELISA plate reader?
How are free energy changes related to LeChatelier's Principle?