Saturday, January 10, 2009


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1. The Hub of Metabolism
11. Mitochondrial ATP Formation
12. ATP Yield

13. Anaplerotic (Replenishing) Reactions of the TCA Cycle

14. The Glyoxylate Pathway

15. Gluconeogenesis and Glycolysis

16. Gluconeogenesis and Glycolysis - Regulation

17. Lipid Metabolism

18. Deamination of Amino Acids - The Urea Cycle

19. Purine Metabolism

20. Pyrimidine Metabolism
21. Pentose Phosphate Pathways
22. Pentose Phosphate Pathways - Pathway II

23. Photosynthesis in the Chloroplast

24. Photosynthesis - Regulation

25. Night-Life in the Chloroplast

26. Basic Photosynthesis

27. Photosynthesis - Calvin Cycle

28. Folic Acid Metabolism

29. Folic Acid Reactions

30. Folic Acid and Early Chemotherapy

31. Isoprene Metabolism

32. Products of Isoprene Metabolism

33. Heme Metabolism

34. Prostaglandins

35. ATP and Histidine Interrelationships

Tuesday, November 18, 2008


Transcription is the synthesis of RNA from DNA. As the first step in the expression of the genetic material, it is clearly a very important one. This is underscored by the fact that this step is frequently regulated.

There are three major classes of RNA in the cell.

Click here for downloading Paper on collisions between replication and transcription in bacteria.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

For detailed Applications of Enzymes

Enzymes have been used since the dawn of mankind in cheese manufacturing and indirectly via yeasts and bacteria in food manufacturing. Isolated enzymes were first used in detergents in the year 1914, their protein nature proven in 1926 and their large-scale microbial production started in 1960s.
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Friday, September 19, 2008

For a Detailed Structure of DNA

You can download a collction of matter from the internet including Watson and Crick's Original research paper published in Nature on the DNA structure.
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