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By J. G. Salway

Delivering a concise, illustrated precis of biochemistry and its relevance to medical medication, scientific Biochemistry at a look is meant for college students of drugs and the biomedical sciences comparable to food, biochemistry, activities technology, clinical laboratory sciences, physiotherapy, pharmacy, body structure, pharmacology, genetics and veterinary technology. It additionally presents a succinct assessment and reference for scientific practitioners and biomedical scientists who have to quick refresh their wisdom of scientific biochemistry.

The booklet is designed as a revision advisor for college students getting ready for examinations and comprises themes which were pointed out as 'high-yield' evidence for the us clinical Licensing exam (USMLE), Step 1.

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    Similarly, NADP+ is reduced to NADPH (not shown). 4 FMN (flavin mononucleotide) is reduced to FMNH2. 3 FAD (flavin adenine dinucleotide) is reduced to FADH2. 5 Coenzyme A. The SH (sulphydryl) group of β-mercaptoethylamine is the functional group that reacts, for example, with the carboxylate group of fatty acids. 6 Thiamin pyrophosphate. 26 Medical Biochemistry at a Glance, Third Edition. J. G. Salway. © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2012 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 2) are coenzymes derived from niacin (Chapter 53) that function as co-substrates.

    7)! They are derived from vitamins, are present in tiny quantities and when reduced they must be reoxidised in another enzyme reaction. Think of NAD+ and NADP+ as bees buzzing around the cell collecting hydrogen and then delivering it to a hydrogen user. The prosthetic groups: FAD and FMN FAD (Fig. 3) and FMN (Fig. 4) are enzyme co-factors derived from riboflavin (Chapter 53) and like NAD+ and NADP+ they collaborate as co-substrates in oxidation/reduction reactions and are reduced to FADH2 and FMNH2.

    The respiratory chain is the major source of ROS In theory, molecular oxygen should be completely reduced in complex IV by four electrons to form water without the formation of intermediates. In practice, occasionally, partial reduction occurs with oxygen being converted to superoxide anion radicals (Chapter 15). Also, the ubiquinone reactions in complexes I and II have an 36 Medical Biochemistry at a Glance, Third Edition. J. G. Salway. © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2012 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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