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water biochemistry, bioquimica del agua

water biochemistry, bioquimica del agua

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    • 1. Agua
    • 2. Importancia del agua
      • Por sus propiedades únicas, es el componente más abundante en todas las células (75-85%w)
        • Polaridad
        • Calor específico alto
        • Calor de Vaporización alto
        • Propiedades de solvente
        • Cohesividad (puentes de hidrógeno)
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    • 4. Estructura del Agua
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    • 6. Puentes de hidrógeno
    • 7. D H A D: Donador A: Aceptor H:Hidrógeno
    • 8. Estructura del Hielo
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    • 15. Efecto hidrofóbico
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    • 23. Water binding in hemoglobin. (PDB ID 1A3N) The crystal structure of hemoglobin, shown (a) with bound water molecules (red spheres) and (b) without the water molecules. The water molecules are so firmly bound to the protein that they affect the x-ray diffraction pattern as though they were fixed parts of the crystal. The two α subunits of hemoglobin are shown in gray, the two β subunits in blue. Each subunit has a bound heme group (red stick structure), visible only in the β subunits in this view.
    • 24. Water chain in cytochrome f.