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					1    Denominazione dell’Esame                     BIOCHIMICA

2    Numero totale di crediti dell’esame          6
4    Tipologia dell'esame                          Corso monodisciplinare

7    Settore scientifico di riferimento           BIO/10
8    Tipologia attività formativa                  B = attività caratterizzante

9    Anno di corso                                Secondo
10   Periodo didattico                            Secondo semestre
12   Carico di lavoro globale (espresso in ore)   6 crediti x 25= 150

13   Carico di ore da attribuire a:                lezioni frontali ore 50
                                                   verifiche e studio individuale ore 92
                                                   altro (seminari metodologici) 8
14   Nome del docente                             ALBERTINO FERRI
15   Obiettivi formativi                          Conoscenza di base della struttura e funzione delle
                                                  proteine e delle metodologie per il loro studio.
                                                  Conoscenza di base degli enzimi della catalisi e
                                                  delle cinetiche e regolazione.
                                                  Conoscenza di base del metabolismo:
                                                  Gliolisi e Gluconeogenesi
                                                  Ciclo Acido Citrico
                                                   Fosforilazione ossidativa
                                                  Via pentoso fosfati e NADPH
                                                  Glicogeno Acidi Grassi
                                                  Degradazione proteine ed aminoacidi
16   Prerequisiti                                 Conoscenze di Base di Chimica Organica e di
                                                  Biologia della Cellula
17   Contenuto del corso/ unità didattica         Protein Structure and Function
                                                   Amino Acids Primary Structure: Peptide Bonds
                                                  Secondary Structure: Alpha Helix, the Beta Sheet,
                                                  and Turns and Loops
                                                  Tertiary Structure: Nonpolar Cores
                                                  Quaternary Structure Multisubunit Structures
                                                  The Amino Acid Sequence of a Protein
                                                  Determines Its Three-Dimensional Structure
                                                  Exploring Proteins
                                                  The Purification of Proteins Edman Degradation
                                                  Basic concepts of chromatography Immunology
                                                  Techniques ELISA Western Blot Electrophoresis-
                                                  Enzymes: Basic Concepts and Kinetics
                                                  Specific Catalysts Free Energy Transition State
                                                  The Michaelis-Menten Model Vmax and KM
                                                  Double-Reciprocal Plots
                                                  Enzymes Can Be Inhibited by Specific Molecules
                                                  Vitamins and Coenzymes
                                                  Catalytic and Regulatory Strategies
                             Proteases: Activation by Specific Proteolytic
                             Cleavage
                             Hemoglobin Oxygen Transport Binding
                             Cooperativity
                             Isozymes
                             Covalent Modification Glycoproteins Lectins
                             Metabolism: Basic Concepts and Design
                             The Integration of Metabolism
                             Glycolysis and Gluconeogenesis
                              Gluconeogenesis and Glycolysis Are Reciprocally
                             Regulated
                             The Citric Acid Cycle
                              Biosynthetic Precursors
                             Oxidative Phosphorylation
                              The Respiratory Complexes Proton Gradients
                             The Pentose Phosphate Pathway
                             Protection Against Reactive Oxygen Species
                             Glycogen Metabolism
                              Allosteric regulation
                             Fatty Acid Metabolism
                              Fatty Acids Are Synthesized and Degraded by
                             Different Pathways
                             Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism
                             Proteins Are Degraded to Amino Acids
                             Ammonium Ion Is Converted Into Urea

18   Testi di riferimento:   Biochimica
                             Berg, Jeremy M.; Tymoczko, John L.; and Stryer,
                             Lubert.
19   Modalità didattica       convenzionale
20   Modalità esame           Scritto
                              orale
1    Title of course                              BIOCHEMISTRY

2    Total examination credits                    6
4    Tipology of examination                       monodisciplinary course


7    Scientific field of reference                BIO/10

8    Tipology of reference educational activity    B = characterizing activity
9    Year of degree course                         Second
10   Semester                                     Primo semestre
12   Global workload (in hours)                   = 150
13   Time distribution                             lectures 50
                                                   applied activities 8
                                                   progress tests hours 2
                                                   individual work hours 90
14   Teacher’s name                               ALBERTINO FERRI
15   Educational Goals                            Basic Knowledge of
                                                  a) Protein Structure, Function and methodology
                                                  b) Enzymes: Kinetics Catalytic and Regulatory
                                                  Strategies
                                                  c) Metabolism: Concepts and Design
                                                  Glycolysis and Gluconeogenesis
                                                   The Citric Acid Cycle
                                                   Oxidative Phosphorylation
                                                   The Pentose Phosphate Pathway Generates
                                                  NADPH
                                                   Glycogen Metabolism
                                                   Fatty Acid Metabolism
                                                   Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism

16   Prerequisites                                Basic knowlededge of Chemistry, and Organic
                                                  Chemistry.
                                                  Basic knowledge of cell biology
17   Course syllabus                              Biochimica Programma 2004-2005 Prof
                                                  Bernardi
                                                  Protein Structure and Function
                                                  Amino Acids Primary Structure: Peptide Bonds
                                                  Secondary Structure: Alpha Helix, the Beta
                                                  Sheet, and Turns and Loops
                                                  Tertiary Structure: Nonpolar Cores
                                                  Quaternary Structure Multisubunit Structures
                                                  The Amino Acid Sequence of a Protein
                                                  Determines Its Three-Dimensional Structure
                                                  Exploring Proteins
                                                  The Purification of Proteins Edman Degradation
                                                  Basic concepts of chromatography Immunology
                                                  Techniques ELISA Western Blot
                                                  Electrophoresis-
                                                  Enzymes: Basic Concepts and Kinetics
                                                  Specific Catalysts Free Energy Transition State
                            The Michaelis-Menten Model Vmax and KM
                            Double-Reciprocal Plots
                            Enzymes Can Be Inhibited by Specific
                            Molecules Vitamins and Coenzymes
                            Catalytic and Regulatory Strategies
                            Proteases: Activation by Specific Proteolytic
                            Cleavage
                            Hemoglobin Oxygen Transport Binding
                            Cooperativity
                            Isozymes
                            Covalent Modification Glycoproteins Lectins
                            Metabolism: Basic Concepts and Design
                            The Integration of Metabolism
                            Glycolysis and Gluconeogenesis
                             Gluconeogenesis and Glycolysis Are
                            Reciprocally Regulated
                            The Citric Acid Cycle
                             Biosynthetic Precursors
                            Oxidative Phosphorylation
                             The Respiratory Complexes Proton Gradients
                            The Pentose Phosphate Pathway
                            Protection Against Reactive Oxygen Species
                            Glycogen Metabolism
                             Allosteric regulation
                            Fatty Acid Metabolism
                             Fatty Acids Are Synthesized and Degraded by
                            Different Pathways
                            Protein Turnover and Amino Acid
                            Catabolism
                            Proteins Are Degraded to Amino Acids
                            Ammonium Ion Is Converted Into Urea

18   Reference books        Biochemistry.
                            Berg, Jeremy M.; Tymoczko, John L.; and
                            Stryer, Lubert.
19   Theaching activities    conventional
                            
20   Exams                   written
                             oral
                            

				
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