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Two major metabolic amino acids from muscle protein degradation?
Which hormone stimulates adipose stores to mobilize?
Which tissues metabolize glutamine?
Besides protons, what else can decrease the affinity of HbA for O2?
2,3-bisphosphoglycerate (BPG or DPG)
At normal pH, amino groups have what charge?
Branched chain amino acids.
The n-side chain is a common site for what?
Positively charged basic molecules
Bonds that held Cystine.
Amino acid that causes kinks in the peptide chain.
Primary hemoglobin in adults.
If the body wants to release oxygen, which form of hemoglobin will it use? If it wants to uptake oxygen?
Hexokinase and Glucokinase are what kind of molecules?
The only site that can reverse or dephosphorylate glucose-6-phosphate and export glucose?
Rate limiting enzyme of glycolysis.
Products of aerobic glycolysis.
Products of anaerobic glycolysis.
Site of glycolysis.
2 requirements for aerobic glycolysis.
ATPs produced when using malate aspartate shuttle.
In hypoxia, what happens to 2,3-BPG in RBC's?
Enzyme that adds phosphate from ATP to a molecule’s hydroxyl group.
Aerobic NADH reoxidation to NAD+ occurs via what process?
2,3-BPG is produced via?
Inorganic component (minerals) essential to make the reaction work
Organic component (vitamins) essential to make the reaction work
Complete enzyme: functional enzyme.
Enzyme missing cofactor or coenzyme.
Enzyme precursor: Must be converted to active form.