IVMS BMS GENERAL PRINCIPLES USMLE WEB MAPS                             COMPONENT I: BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR            ...
1.1.7   Plasmids and bacteriophagesCells Alive and T4 Bacteriophages   Introduction to the Bacteriophages T4 Virus   Inser...
1.3.6      Post-translational modifications (phosphorylation, addition of CHO units) Post-Translational Modifications   1....
1.5.3 Thermodynamics: free energy, chemical equilibria and group transfer potential,energetics of ATP and other high-energ...
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Ivms bms general principles usmle web map biochemistry and molecular biology

  1. 1. IVMS BMS GENERAL PRINCIPLES USMLE WEB MAPS COMPONENT I: BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY delves into gene expression, protein synthesis, energy metabolism and the metabolic pathways associated with diseases. GENE EXPRESSION: DNA STRUCTURE, REPLICATION AND EXCHANGE1.1.1 DNA structure: single- and double-stranded DNA, stabilizing forces, supercoiling HGP.pdf DNA and Molecular Genetics DNA Structure and Analysis Gene expression: DNA structure, replication, and exchange1.1.2 Analysis of DNA: sequencing, restriction analysis, PCR amplification, hybridization DNA Sequence Analysis: Introduction 1.1.3 DNA replication, mutation, repair, degradation, and inactivation DNA Synthesis.ppt DNA Synthesis. notes 1.1.4 Gene Structure and Organization; chromosomes, centromere and telomere Genes and Gene Organization Gene Structure and Genomic Sequence 1.1.5 Recombination, insertion sequences, transposons DNA Recombination Insertion Sequences. Notes Transposons: Mobile DNA .notes1.1.6 Mechanisms of genetic exchange: transformation, transduction, conjugation, cross-over, recombination, linkage Genetic Exchange Mechanisms Slides 4-13 Microbial Genetic Exchange IVMS BMS GENERAL PRINCIPLES USMLE WEB MAPS COMPONENT I: BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
  2. 2. 1.1.7 Plasmids and bacteriophagesCells Alive and T4 Bacteriophages Introduction to the Bacteriophages T4 Virus Inserting a DNA Sample into a Plasmid GENE EXPRESSION: TRANSCRIPTION (INCLUDING DEFECTS)1.2.1 Transcription of DNA into RNA, enzymatic reactions, RNA, RNA degradation Dr Chromos School: transcription of DNA into RNA Transcription-Synthesis of Messenger RNA (mRNA)1.2.2 Regulation: cis-regulatory elements, transcription factors, enhancers, promoters, silencers,repressants, splicing Transcription Regulation Gene Regulation: Summary Principles and Overview .PDF GENE EXPRESSION: TRANSLATION INCLUDING DEFECT 1.3.1 The genetic code Introduction to Bioinformatics The Genetic Code The Human Genome Project Genetic Code Table and the 20 Amino Acids DNA-Basics of Structure and Analysis 1.3.2 Structure and function of tRNA Structure and function of transfer RNA Transfer RNA 1.3.3 Structure and function of ribosomes Ribosome Structure and Function Ribosome Structure and Assembly 1.3.4 Protein synthesis Protein Synthesis Comprehensive Protein Synthesis (Animation) Protein Synthesis Summary.ppt 1.3.5 Regulation of translation Regulation of Translation. Illus. notes Translation.ppt IVMS BMS GENERAL PRINCIPLES USMLE WEB MAPS COMPONENT I: BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
  3. 3. 1.3.6 Post-translational modifications (phosphorylation, addition of CHO units) Post-Translational Modifications 1.3.7 Protein degradation Protein Degradation Resource. notes STRUCTURE & FUNCTION OF PROTEINS 1.4.1 Principles of protein structure and folding Protein Structure: The Very Basics .pps 1.4.2 Enzymes: kinetics, reaction mechanisms Symbolism and Terminology in Enzyme Kinetics Enzymes and Enzyme Complexes 1.4.3 Structural and regulatory proteins: ligand binding, self-assembly Regulatory Protein Coordinating Gene Expression 1.4.4 Regulatory propertiesRegulation of Enzyme Activity.pptEnzyme Regulatory Mechanisms ENERGY METABOLISM (METABOLIC SEQUENCES & REGULATION) & DISORDERS 1.5.1 Generation of energy from carbohydrates, fatty acids, and essential amino acids; glycolysis, pentose phosphate pathway, tricarboxylic acid cycle, ketogenesis, electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation, glycogenolysis Step by Step Krebs cycle Metabolic Pathways and Energy Production.ppt Krebs citric acid cycle Energy Production.ppt Summary Diagram of the Krebs cycle Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation .pps 1.5.2 Storage of energy: gluconeogenesis, glycogenesis, fatty acid and triglyceride synthesis How Cells Store Energy: ATP. Notes (with Quiz) Metabolism and Energy Balance.ppt IVMS BMS GENERAL PRINCIPLES USMLE WEB MAPS COMPONENT I: BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
  4. 4. 1.5.3 Thermodynamics: free energy, chemical equilibria and group transfer potential,energetics of ATP and other high-energy compounds Energy is conserved: The First Law of Thermodynamics. Notes Laws of Thermodynamics METABOLIC PATHWAY OF SMALL MOLECULES AND ASSOCIATED DISEASES Medical Biochemistry Page IndState-Dr King Inborn Errors of Amino Acid Metabolism.html notes Biochemical Pathways-Metabolic Pathways-Comprehensive Map1.6.1 Biosynthesis and degradation of amino acids (eg, homocystinuria)1.6.2 Biosynthesis and degradation of purine and pyrimidine nucleotides (eg, gout, Lesch-Nyhan syndrome)1.6.3 Biosynthesis and degradation of lipids (eg, dyslipidemias, carnitine deficiency,adrenogenital syndromes)1.6.4 Biosynthesis and degradation of porphyrins1.6.5 Biosynthesis and degradation of other macromolecules and associated abnormalities,complex carbohydrates (eg, lysosomal storage disease), glycoproteins, and proteoglycans NetBiochem: Topics, Tables and Still and Animated Graphics Biochemistry Pathways Illustrated Interactive Concepts in Biochemistry - Interactive AnimationsPLEASE REPORT BROKEN LINKS TO DR. CRAY drcray@imhotepvirtualmedsch.com IVMS BMS GENERAL PRINCIPLES USMLE WEB MAPS COMPONENT I: BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

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