BRS Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Genetics 6th Edition pdf

BRS Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Genetics 6th Edition pdf

BRS Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Genetics 6th Edition pdf

BRS Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Genetics 6th Edition pdf
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Table of Contents:

  1. Fuel Metabolism and Nutrition: Basic Principles 1
    I. Metabolic Fuels and Dietary Components 1
    II. The Fed or Absorptive State 5
    III. Fasting 7
    IV. Prolonged Fasting (Starvation) 9
    Review Test 11
  2. Ba sic Aspects of Biochemistry: Organic Chemistry,
    Acid–Base Chemistry, Amino Acids, Protein
    Structure and Function, and Enzyme Kinetics 19
    I. A Brief Review of Organic Chemistry 19
    II. Acids, Bases, and Buffers 20
    III. Amino Acids and Peptide Bonds 22
    IV. Protein Structure 25
    V. Enzymes 34
    Review Test 39
  3. G ene Expression (Transcription), Synthesis of
    Proteins (Translation), and Regulation of Gene
    Expression 51
    I. Nucleic Acid Structure 52
    II. Synthesis of DNA (Replication) 58
    III. Synthesis of RNA (Transcription) 66
    IV. Protein Synthesis (Translation of mRNA) 70
    V. Regulation of Protein Synthesis 77
    VI. Recombinant DNA and Medicine 86
    Review Test 95

  4. C ell Biology, Signal Transduction, and
    the Molecular Biology of Cancer 109
    I. Compartmentation in Cells; Cell Biology and Biochemistry 110
    II. Cell Signaling by Chemical Messengers 116
    III. The Molecular Biology of Cancer 125
    IV. Cancer and Apoptosis 131
    V. Cancer Requires Multiple Mutations 133
    VI. Viruses and Human Cancer 133
    Review Test 134

  5. G eneration of ATP from Metabolic Fuels and
    Oxygen Toxicity 145
    I. Bioenergetics 145
    II. Properties of Adenosine Triphosphate 147
    III. Electron Carriers and Vitamins 148
    IV. TCA Cycle 154
    V. Electron Transport Chain and Oxidative Phosphorylation 159
    VI. Oxygen Toxicity and Free-Radical Injury 164
    Review Test 170

  6. Car bohydrate Metabolism 181
    I. Carbohydrate Structure 181
    II. Proteoglycans, Glycoproteins, and Glycolipids 185
    III. Digestion of Carbohydrates 188
    IV. Glycogen Structure and Metabolism 190
    V. Glycolysis 197
    VI. Gluconeogenesis 204
    VII. Fructose and Galactose Metabolism 209
    VIII. Pentose Phosphate Pathway 212
    IX. Maintenance of Blood Glucose Levels 215
    Review Test 220

  7. Lipid and Ethanol Metabolism 230
    I. Lipid Structure 232
    II. Membranes 234
    III. Digestion of Dietary Triacylglycerol 235
    IV. Fatty Acid and Triacylglycerol Synthesis 237
    V. Formation of Triacylglycerol Stores in Adipose Tissue 242
    VI. Cholesterol and Bile Salt Metabolism 243
    VII. Blood Lipoproteins 246
    VIII. Fate of Adipose Triacylglycerols 251
    IX. Fatty Acid Oxidation 252
    X. Ketone Body Synthesis and Utilization 257
    XI. Phospholipid and Sphingolipid Metabolism 259
    XII. Metabolism of the Eicosanoids 262
    XIII. Ethanol Metabolism 264
    Review Test 268

  8. N itrogen Metabolism–Amino Acids, Purines,
    Pyrimidines, and Products Derived from
    Amino Acids 279
    I. Protein Digestion and Amino Acid Absorption 280
    II. Addition and Removal of Amino Acid Nitrogen 282
    III. Urea Cycle 284
    IV. Synthesis and Degradation of Amino Acids 286
    V. Interrelationships of Various Tissues in Amino Acid Metabolism 294
    VI. Tetrahydrofolate, Vitamin B12, and S-Adenosylmethionine 298
    VII. Special Products Derived from Amino Acids 302
    Review Test 313

  9. Molecular Endocrinology and An Overview of
    Tissue Metabolism 325
    I. Synthesis of Hormones 325
    II. General Mechanisms of Hormone Action (Only a Summary is
    Provided here as this has Already
    Been Covered in Chapter 4.) 329
    III. Regulation of Hormone Levels 329
    IV. Actions of Specific Hormones 330
    V. Biochemical Functions of Tissues 339
    Review Test 350

  10. H uman Genetics—An Introduction 359
    I. Mendelian Inheritance Patterns 360
    II. Genes 360
    III. Mutations 361
    IV. Inheritance Patterns 362
    V. A Summary of Inheritance Patterns is given in Table 10.1. 367
    VI. Cytogenetics 367
    VII. Population Genetics 372
    VIII. Multifactorial Diseases (Complex Traits) 372
    IX. Triplet Repeat Expansions 373
    X. Imprinting 374
    XI. The Genetics of Tumor Suppressors 376
    Review Test 378

Comprehensive Examination 389
Index 431

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