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Biochemistry

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1. How is ammonium transported from muscle to the liver for urea cycle






2. Give an example of a mitochondrial inherited disease






3. What happens in a B12 def






4. Describe the structure of cilia






5. What is the structure of elastin






6. Where is glucokinase found - What are the Km and Vmax - and what induces it






7. What does the vimentin stain for






8. What leads to the deletion of the dystrophin gene in duchenne's muscular dystrophy






9. What is axonemal dynein






10. In what cells do the respiratory burst occur






11. what findings are associated with marfans






12. central and peripheral demyelination with ataxia and dementia






13. How does patients present with ADPKD






14. How is orotic aciduria inherited






15. A small proportion of Down syndrome is due to What two genetic events






16. energy malnutrition resulting in tissues and muscle wasting - loss of subQ fat - variable edema






17. What enzyme results in classic galactosemia and What is the clinical






18. Describe the pathophys of the aorta in a pt with marfans - and the eyes






19. What is the Name and function of vit B2






20. What is the RDE of glycogen synthesis






21. What do albinism - ARPKD - CF - glycogen storage diseases - hemochromatosis - mucopolysaccharidoses (except Hunters) PKU - sickle cell - sphingolipodoses (except Fabrys) thalassemias have in common






22. What are the 3 AR forms of homocystinuria






23. What ribosomes do eukaryotes have






24. 90% of ADPKD cases are due to a mutation In what gene






25. What does hartnups disease cause






26. What reaction does adenosine deaminase normally catalyze






27. What is the activated carrier for aldehyddes






28. What are bite cells and when do you see them






29. What is the complication of cystinuria






30. What is kartageners syndrome






31. What is the treatment for orotic aciduria






32. What is the pathway in the fasting state leading to inc FBPase -2 and dec PFK-2






33. Is there any requirement for homology in NHEJ






34. characterize autosomal recessive inheritance






35. What kind of branches do glycogen branches have






36. What is the purpose of the HMP shunt






37. What are pyrimidines made from






38. What is the RDE of de novo pyrimidine synthesis






39. What is the TX for PKU






40. What does aminoacyl tRNA synthetase do the AA before and after it binds to tRNA - and what happens if it's the wrong the match






41. What are the only purely ketogenic amino acids






42. What are the 2 distinct phases of the HMP shunt and How many ATP are used and produced






43. What is disulfiram used for






44. What is the fxn of vit K






45. Why can't even chain fatty acids produce new glucose






46. What is pseudohypertrophy in the calf a result of - and What are the cardiac manifestations






47. How does ouabain work






48. What apolipoprotiens are on VLDL






49. What does degenerate/rundant genetic code refer to...






50. What metabolic rxns occur in both the cytoplasm and mitochondria