Serine Family & Methionine Catabolism – Biochemistry | Lecturio

The next amino acid metabolism family I want to consider is that of the serine family. So, the serine family, as the other families are described, uses serine as a central amino acid for branching out to make the other amino acids. So to understand this family, I need to first describe how serine is […]

Thiamine (Vitamin B1) | Biochemistry Vitamin Mnemonics

thiamine=thigh vitamin B1=bee gun TPP=teepee dehydrogenases=deHYDRAgenases pyruvate dehydrogenase=pirate α-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase=alpha-key, glutes branched-chain ketoacid dehydrogenase=branch, chain, key transketolase=train key

Glycine Lead of the Protein Kinase A: Another Noble proof of Evolution

How many proofs are there in support of the theory of evolution, that is the question. And the answer is simple, millions. Today we will take a look at one. I promise it’s new, it’s not a repetation like the sine, line, alu or erv insertions that the youtube is flooded with. Protein kinase a […]

31. Kevin Ahern’s Biochemistry – Membrane Transport and Mitochondria

>>Ready for a big day? Pop quiz? Yeah? OK, last time when I finished, I was just about to get into talking about digitoxigenin, or digitoxin– which is what it’s also called– and I ran out of time. So I wanted to spend a little bit of time talking about, because it’s an interesting blocker […]

Ahern’s BB 350 at OSU – 7. Protein Purification

>>Good. I want to just finish up with a couple of things about protein folding in general. And then I’ll move on to our topic today, which is protein purification, which is not a spiritual purification, an actual separation purification. So I hope I left you all with the impression yesterday that hemoglobin’s a pretty […]

What is Biochemistry? What do Biochemists study? | Biology |

What is Biochemistry? The Chemistry of Life. You know about atoms and molecules from Chemistry. But there’s nothing ALIVE about chemistry. It’s just chemicals in a beaker. So what’s so special about the molecules of life? It’s a case of emergent properties. That is, as biological molecules come together and interact, new and surprising properties […]

23. Acid-base titrations

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#06 Biochemistry Protein Purification Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Captioning provided by Disability Access Services at Oregon State University. Kevin Ahern: So we’re moving along nicely with the schedule. And though we don’t have to stay on it exactly, we’ve been on it pretty good. I’ve been pleased with the interactions and also pleased with the questions I’m getting, both in class and out […]

Ahern’s BB 350 at OSU – 19. Transcription & Translation

>>Happy Friday, everyone. Everybody wants to have extra credit today, I know. I know they do. Well, I have to be a little careful with this. I have a– there’s a fairly large group of students that have gone to a meeting, today who were very responsible and told me about this before the meeting. […]

Memorising Structure and Names of 20 Amino Acids with Mnemonics

hello friends. My name is Aayudh Yashlaha and I’m gonna be your troll master for the session. Today we are starting with our series of lecture on Protein Metabolism us yeah structure any all Remy of yes still okay hey scale the nato okay hey hey yeah hey he it he head I hey me […]