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This includes a set of detailed but concise notes on glycogen metabolism, fats transport, nitrogen transport, principles of glycogen metabolism, control of gene expression, synthesis of DNA vs RNA, DNA suitability, factors in genetic disease incidence, regulatory principles in metabolism, methods of genetic analysis, Sanger sequencing, the respiratory chain, the ornithine/urea cycle, and fatty acid metabolism. There are also two essays on what determines protein structure and how enzymes are suited to be catalysts. Most of the notes were composed as revision for my biochemistry exam and are in useful bullet points or short paragraphs with subheadings. They are written clearly with the essential points.

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Biochemistry Notes

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  • This product contains 16 documents
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  • Grade: 2.1
  • Institution: Oxford University (unaffiliated)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Level: Undergraduate

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