By Marcel Florkin
Read or Download Comprehensive biochemistry / 18,S : Sect. 4, Metabolism, Pyruvate and fatty acid metabolism PDF
Best biochemistry books
This moment version keeps to innovatively overview the hardest options in biochemistry for max comprehension in a brief time period. not like traditional texts or evaluation books that pressure memorizing evidence, simple options stresses the learning of basic ideas, in order that the reader really comprehends the fabric and feels cozy utilising it.
The shipping volumes of the Biomembranes sequence have been initiated with Volumes one hundred twenty five and 126 of tools in Enzymology. those volumes lined delivery in micro organism, Mitochondria, and Chloroplasts. Volumes 156 and 157 conceal ATP-Driven Pumps and comparable shipping. the subject of organic membrane shipping is a really well timed one simply because a powerful conceptual foundation for its realizing now exists
Expanding the efficiency of healing compounds, whereas restricting side-effects, is a standard aim in medicinal chemistry. Ligands that successfully bind steel ions and in addition contain particular positive aspects to augment concentrating on, reporting, and total efficacy are riding innovation in parts of illness analysis and remedy.
- Handbook on cyanobacteria : biochemistry, biotechnology and applications
- Cryopreservation and Freeze-Drying Protocols
- Skeletal Research: an Experimental Approach
- Reflections on Biochemistry. In Honour of Severo Ochoa
- Enzyme-Catalyzed Electron and Radical Transfer: Subcellular Biochemistry
Extra info for Comprehensive biochemistry / 18,S : Sect. 4, Metabolism, Pyruvate and fatty acid metabolism
BRESLOW, / . Am. Chem. Soc, 80 (1958) 3719. R. BRESLOW, Ann. N. Y. Acad. , 98 (1962) 445. 19 L. O. KRAMPITZ, I. SUZUKI AND G. GREULL, Ann. NY. 20 L. O. KRAMPITZ, I. SUZUKI AND G. GREULL, Brookhaven Symp. , 15 (1962) 282. Acad. , 98 (1962) 466. 21 P. SCRIBA AND H. HÖLZER, Biochem. , 334 (1961) 473. 22 H. HOLZER, F. DA FONSECA-WOLLHEIM, G. KOHLHAW AND C. W. WOENCKHAUS, 23 Ann. NY. Acad. , 98 (1962) 453. H. W. GOEDDE, K. G. BLUME AND H. HOLZER, Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 62 (1962) 1. 24 H . W. GOEDDE, B.
Under these conditions citrate uptake is inhibited by oligomycin, presumably because this substance prevents the generation from ATP of the energy-rich intermediates which are involved in the accumulation process. The energy-linked uptake of citrate shows a requirement for a dicarboxylic acid such as malate 230 . This indicates that tricarboxylate permease is involved in the uptake of citrate even when the process is energy-dependent. The general properties described for citrate uptake coincide with those observed for cation uptake.
KALNITSKY, / . Biol. , 207 (1954) 605. 107 J. A. SHEPHERD, Y. W. L I , E. E. MASON AND S. E . ZIFFREN, / . Biol. , 213 108 (1955) 405. M . R . V. MURTHY AND D . A. RAPPOPORT, Biochim. Biophys. Ada, 74 (1963) 51. 109 W. R . FRISELL, M . V. PATWARDHAN AND C. G . MACKENZIE, / . Biol (1965) 1829. , 240 52 PYRUVATE DEHYDROGENASE AND CITRIC ACID CYCLE I 110 J. L. PURVIS, Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 30 (1958) 440. 111 G. W. E. PLAUT AND S. C. SUNG, J. Biol. , 207 (1954) 305. 112 L. ERNSTER AND F. NAVAZIO, Exptl.