Biochemistry: Amino Acids and Proteins

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Low temperature shifts the O2 binding curve....
Serine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Normal range of male Hb at sea level
Less toxic Hsp90 inhibitor that blocks ATP binding pocket
Blood pH below _______ can result in coma and death.
Chemical that 'locks' Hb in T-state forcing the release of oxygen
A2 Hemoglobin structure
The most important buffer in maintaining pH balance in the blood
Arginine (Essential or Non-Essential)
________________ regions tend to be structural and functional regions between homologous proteins.
Proline (Essential or Non-Essential)
High serum carbon monoxide concentration shifts O2 binding curve
Secondary structure is a result of __________________ between amino acids within a protein.
Low 2,3-BPG levels shift the O2 binding curve
Persistent, prolonged vomiting can result in...
Co-chaperson for Hsp60
Glycine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Blood pH above ________ can result in coma and death.
High temperature shifts the O2 binding curve...
The concept that deoxygenated Hb has a higher affinity for CO2
Leucine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Glutamic Acid/Glutamate (Essential or Non-Essential)
Hb with ferric form of iron ion can't beind oxygen. This form of Hb is called....
Heat shock protein family that is involved in protein folding, prevents aggregation and assists transport of proteins to organelles
Which hemoglobin state has a lower binding affinity for oxygen?
Low serum carbon monoxide concentration shifts the O2 binding curve
At high pH the amino acid is ______________ at both the amino and carboxyl groups.
Drug that induces erythropoesis of gamma-globin
Isoleucine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Drug that inhibits Hsp90 by binding to the ATP binding pocket
When oxygen is bound to the heme iron it is in which form? (T or R)
DefinitionTerms
Protein folding is primarily driven by
Removing CO2 from the blood by the lungs helps to ____________ pH
Which organ plays the fastest role in maintaining blood pH?
A Hemaglobin structure
Removing HCO3- ion (bicarbonate) from the blood by kidneys helps to ____________ pH.
Failure of the lungs to eliminate CO2 as fast as it is produced is called
Amino acid that forms covalent bonds between sulfers
P50 of adult Hb (mmHg)
Blood pH must be maintained around....
Alanine (Essential or Non-Essential)
At low pH the amino acid is ______________ at both the amino and carboxyl groups.
These help to stabilize the folding and unfolding intermediates
Cysteine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Adult Hb shifts the O2 binding curve to the...
Deoxygenated Hb has a higher affinity for H+ ions
Asparagine (Essential or Non-Essential)
High 2,3-BPG levels shift the O2 binding curve....
Hypoventhilation makes the blood
-log[H+]=
Tryptophan (Essential or Non-Essential)
Valine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Methionine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Hsp protein mutaions are known to be responsible for
A1C Hemoglobin structure
Alpha helicies are generally ______ resides long with _______ amino acids per turn
Heat shock protein family that is only involved in protein folding
Aspartic Acid (Aspartate) (Essential or Non-Essential)
The concept that upon each binding of an O2 to a heme subunit causes a higher affinity for the next O2 binding is called...
Enzyme that assists in the formation, rearrangement and breaking of disulfide bonds
The E. coli chaperonin system requires ________ ATP
Chemical that minimized the change in pH of a solution by binding excess H+ while also being able to release H+ if pH is low
DefinitionTerms
Hsp90 works with which other protein?
Functional regions of the tertiary structure are referred to as
 
pKa=
Sickle cell doesn't affect which Hb subunit chain?
When there are equal amounts of protonated and deprotonated acid molecules...
The higher the altitud you to the _________ Hb your body will produce? (more/less)
Similar proteins found in different organisms
F Hemaglobin structure
Co-chaperone for Hsp70
Glutamine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Threonine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Histidine (Essential or Non-Essential)
When oxygen is not bound to the heme iron it is in which form? (T or R)
High pH causes the O2 binding curve to shift...
Hsp70 mainly serves to
This type of breathing can cause alkalosis.
Which secondary structure is more stable?
Acidosis can be an indicator for.....
Lysine (Essential or Non-Essential)
Normal range of female Hb at sea level
Fetal Hb shifts the O2 binding curve to the....
P50 of fetal Hb (mmHg)
When the blood pH drops below ________ it is considered acidosis
The lid structure of the E. coli chaperonin system is
Phenylalanine (Essential or Non-Essential)
When blood pH is above _________ it is considered alkalosis
Pressure at which 50% of hemoglobin is saturated
Low pH causes the O2 binding curve to shift...

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