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Biochemistry

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1. Which carbon bears the triphosphate and the energy source for bond formation






2. What is NADPH's role inside RBCs






3. What does biotin def cause






4. What is the fxn of vit D






5. How does chloramphenicol work






6. What happens to glycogen in the liver






7. What is the activated carrier for aldehyddes






8. How does cytosine become uracil






9. What does apoA 1 do






10. Why can't muscle produce in gluconeogenesis






11. What does hormone sensitive lipase do






12. Type I bone






13. What is Gowers maneuver






14. What order kinetics does EtOH dehydrogenase have






15. What rxn does propionyl - CoA carboxylase catalyze






16. What is the amino acid precursor for GABA and glutathione






17. In eukaryotes - What does RNA poly I make






18. What is the function of Zinc






19. How do stable (quiescent) cells grow and regenerate and What are examples






20. The pyruvate dehydorgenase complex serves In what reaction: reactants






21. What causes Marfan syndrome






22. What do neurofilaments stain for






23. What shuttle is used in fatty acid degredation and What does it move and From where to where






24. What does inc phenylalanine lead to...






25. Describe the location and fxn of the Na/K ATPase






26. What does CATCH 22 stand for and What causes is...






27. telangiectasia - recrrent epistaxis - skin discolorations - AVMs






28. Eukaryotic and prokaryotic DNA synthesis is blank and involves both blank and blank strands






29. What metabolic rxns occur in the mitochondria






30. What enzyme turns ROS to H2O2






31. What is the function and name of vit B6






32. In what cell is collagen synthesis initiated






33. How many ATP are created by aerobic metabolism of glucose in the heart and liver via what shuttle






34. Which kind of osteogenesis imperfecta is fata in utero or in neonatal period






35. Which anticancer drugs work on microtubules






36. In which state is PFK-2 active






37. What does osteogenesis imperfecta causes and why






38. What are Heinz bodies






39. In a marathon Where does energy come from






40. What stretch of DNA that alters gene expression by binding of transcription factors






41. Which anti breast cancer drugs work on micortubules






42. Pts with albinism are at inc risk For what cancer






43. hepatosplenomegaly - aseptic necrosis of femur - bone crisis - MACS that look like crumpled tissue paper






44. What kind of branches do glycogen branches have






45. What does the vimentin stain for






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






47. How many ATP are produced by anearobic glycolysis per molecule of glucose






48. What substances are uncouling agents






49. What is loss of heterozygosity and give an example






50. What is RNAi used for