Proteins and Nucleic Acids : Key Biomolecules II

Proteins and Nucleic Acids : Key Biomolecules II

Hi, everyone! Welcome back to BOGObiology! This tutorial is going to cover proteins and nucleic acids. We will discuss their structure their function and where they can be found. Different groups of atoms combine to form biomolecules. When we talked about carbohydrates and lipids, we used carbon hydrogen oxygen and sometimes nitrogen. Now that we’re …

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(OLD VIDEO) Protein Synthesis and the Lean, Mean Ribosome Machines

(OLD VIDEO) Protein Synthesis and the Lean, Mean Ribosome Machines

Captioning is on. To turn off, click the CC button at bottom right. Follow us on Twitter @amoebasisters and Facebook! Lately, we have been talking about DNA, and how AWESOME DNA is. But what we have not talked about is how DNA actually codes for your traits. Say, for example, we’re talking about your eye …

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Amino Acids and Levels of Protein Structure

Amino Acids and Levels of Protein Structure

>>Hello and welcome to the Penguin Prof Channel. In today’s episode we’re going to be talking about amino acids, and levels of protein structure. This is a fibro in protein, and we’re going to talk about how the structure, and the chemistry of this protein is what accounts for the amazing properties of silk. These …

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Introduction to Peptides and Proteins for Bioanalysis Using LC-MS

Introduction to Peptides and Proteins for Bioanalysis Using LC-MS

Hello and welcome to the next module in the Waters Peptide and Protein Bioanalysis Boot Camp. My name is Khalid Khan, and I’m part of Health Sciences’ marketing team here at Waters. Today, I will be presenting on peptide and protein structure. So let’s get started. Here are a number of workflows for large molecule …

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Introduction to Chemical Biology 128. Lecture 10. Proteins and Amino Acid Conformations.

Introduction to Chemical Biology 128. Lecture 10. Proteins and Amino Acid Conformations.

[ Silence ]>>Today, we’re going to take up on protein structure and we’re going to talking about one of my old time favorite topics, which is how do you go from a sequence of amino acids to this truly beautiful structure right here. There’s actually a good friend of mine that I spent five years …

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Proteins, Levels of Structure, Non-Covalent Forces, Excerpt 1 | MIT 7.01SC Fundamentals of Biology

HAZEL SIVE: All right. Let’s move on to the second topic of our discussion today, which we will start today and then continue on Friday. And this is a discussion of the proteins. The proteins, probably the most fascinating class of macromolecules, 55% of the dry mass of a cell, and proteins function everywhere. They …

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Proteins | Chemistry for All | The Fuse School

Proteins | Chemistry for All | The Fuse School

In this video you will learn that proteins are natural polymers made up of amino acids and we find out why they have to be an essential part of our diet For healthy living proteins need to make up about 10% of the food we eat Plant seeds such as cereals, nuts, pulses (beans) are …

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