Metabolic Biochemistry - Glycolysis & Glycogenolysis
Summary of the 12 steps of glycolysis - investment & reward phases
Products of glycolysis
Control of glycolysis (hexokinase, phosphofructokinase & pyruvate kinase) allosteric & hormonal
Difference between phosphofructokinase I & II and their regulation
Glycolysis in relation to cancer
Glycogen - structure, bonding etc.
Glycogenolysis (2 stages)
Glucose 6-phosphatase - and regulation of glycogenolysis (phosphorolysis)
Regulation of glycogenolysis (In liver and muscle)
Regulation of glycogen synthesis
Biochemistry Enzyme Inhibition and Regulation Notes
Quickly learn biochemistry topics with my concise and visually appealing notes! These notes cover the topics of Enzyme Inhibition, Competitive Enzyme Inhibitors, Noncompetitive Enzyme Inhibitors, Irreversible Enzyme Inhibitors, Enzyme Regulation, Allosteric Control, Feedback Control, Negative Regulators, Positive Regulators, Proteolytic Enzymes, Zymogens, and Covalent Modification. These notes also include important definitions, and beautiful digitally-drawn figures, and exam study-tips. I earned a 4.0 in biochemistry and so can you!
2 How is enzyme activity regulated in the context of metabolic pathways?
A tutorial essay for Cells 2. Discusses examples of regulation of metabolic pathways: allosteric inhibition of PFK, isomerism of hexokinase, transcriptional control by insulin and glucagon, competitive product inhibition of pyruvate dehydrogenase, environmental inhibition in the Calvin-Benson cycle, and reductive activation in photosynthesis. Includes bibliography; it was not marked on paper.
Metabolism - Complete Notes
Complete notes covering the 1st year of principles of metabolism. Includes notes on thermodynamics, enzymes, Michaelis-Menten equations, Lineweaver-Burk plot, types of enzymes, inhibition, control of enzymes by allosteric control, feedback and feedforward reactions and covalent modifications.
Notes also include anabolic and catabolic reactions. Huge emphasis on glucose metabolism (glycolysis and gluconeogenesis) - both pathways discussed in-depth.