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Acid Base Biochemistry

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Amino acid metabolism

Slides accompanying lecture on amino acid metabolism, covering degradation (catabolism) and energy production

Bile

Slides accompanying lecture describing the composition and role of bile and some clinical implications of aberrant functioning

Biochemistry of metabolism

Slides accompanying lecture on the biochemistry of metabolism, covering: carbs; amino acids; fats; generation of ATP.

Biomembranes lecture slides

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Bone repair: bone stem cells, scaffolds from bench to clinic

Slides accompanying SBoM session on musculoskeletal disorders

Cell communication

Diagrams illustrating processes of cell communication

Cell cycle and chromosome number

Slides accompanying lecture covering: cell cycle; cell division; malignant transformation; oncogenes and tumour suppressor genes; mutations; chromosomal abnormalities; Down's syndrome epidemiology.

Diagnostics

Lecture slides accompanying session examining how different diagnostic tests are performed and assessing the usefulness and implications of the diagnostic tests.

Enzymes

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: the general mechanisms of enzyme activity; modes of regulation and inhibition; and their implication in disease.

From DNA to protein

Lecture slides accompanying session on: chromosomes, DNA, RNA and proteins; the structure of a gene; replication; transcription; translation and protein synthesis

From DNA to protein - additional material

Further slides accompanying the lecture 'From DNA to protein'

Getting energy from carbohydrates I - glycolysis

Slides accompanying lecture introducing metabolism of carbohydrates, with emphasis on glycolysis in aerobic and anaerobic conditions

Getting energy from carbohydrates II - the pentose phosphate pathway

Slides accompanying second lecture on carbohydrate metabolism, covering the pentose phosphate pathway and its clinical relevance

Getting energy from carbohydrates III

Slides accompanying third lecture on carbohydrate metabolism, covering the processes of glycogenesis, glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis

Getting energy from fats I - beta-oxidation

Slides accompanying first lecture on lipid metabolism

Getting energy from fats II - lipogenesis, lipolysis and ketogenesis

Slides accompanying second lecture on lipid metabolism

Intermediate Metabolism

Lecture slides for the Intermediate Metabolism lecture

Introduction to Metabolism

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Introduction to cell biology - cell structure and function

Slides accompanying introductory lecture, covering eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells, and the role of subcellular compartments.

Introduction to metabolism and the importance of ATP

Slides accompanying lecture introducing the key points of metabolism and the role of adenosine triphosphate (ATP).

Ionotropic receptors

Slides accompanying lecture describing key excitatory and inhibitory ionotropic receptors

Mendelian inheritance

Slides accompanying lecture on genetic inheritance

Metabolic liver function

Slides accompanying lecture describing the specific functions of the liver with respect to carbohydrate, fats and proteins, and the role of the liver in the detoxification of drugs and toxins

Metabolic liver function 1 - lecture notes

Notes accompanying lecture on metabolic liver function, describing the function of the liver in the metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and amino acids, and in drug metabolism

Metabolic liver function 2 - lecture notes

Notes accompanying lecture covering: amino acid sources; neurotransmitters and hormones from amino acids; non-proteinaceous molecules synthesised from amino acids; important liver proteins; protein degradation

Metabolic response to the basal and starved states

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the metabolic adaptations to the basal and starved states specific to carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism; the functions of the liver in relation to these

Metabolism of alcohol

Slides accompanying lecture describing the basic biochemistry of alcohol metabolism

Metabolism summary slides

Slides accompanying molecular cell biology revision session

Molecular cell biology

Lecture slides accompanying introduction to Molecular Cell Biology

Molecular genetics of obesity

Slides accompanying lecture describing how the interplay between hormones of the orgexigenic and anorexigenic pathways enables weight regulation, and the mutations that result in obesity

Muscle structure and contraction

Slides accompanying lecture introducing the molecular structure of muscle and the mechanism of muscle contraction

Nerve cells and response to injury

Slides accompanying lecture covering: neuroglia in the CNS and PNS; nerve cell injury; types of neuronal damage; degeneration and regeneration

Nucleotide Metabolism

Slides accompanying lecture on nucleotide synthesis

Protein and amino acid metabolism

Slides accompanying lecture presenting specifics of protein and amino acid metabolism with special reference to synthesis of various key proteins, integral liver function and degradation

Protein structure: Alpha Helix

A video explaining how the secondary protein structure alpha helix is formed.

Signal transduction and second messengers

Lecture notes detailing key aspects of signal transduction

The building blocks of life - FAQs

Answers to frequently asked questions relating to cell biology lectures on DNA, RNA and protein

The building blocks of life - additional resources

This document contains links to a wide range of resources on the web that will support you in your learning for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics

The building blocks of life - course information

Overview of the series of lectures on cell biology and clinical genetics, providing an introduction to the basic building blocks of life: nucleic acids and proteins.

The building blocks of life 1: Introduction and DNA structure

Lecture slides accompanying introductory session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 2: DNA replication

Lecture slides accompanying second session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 2: DNA replication - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying second session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins.

The building blocks of life 3: What are genes?

Lecture slides accompanying third session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 3: What are genes? - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying third session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins.

The building blocks of life 4: RNA processing and translation

Lecture slides accompanying the fourth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 4: RNA processing and translation - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying fourth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 5: The genetic code and protein synthesis

Lecture slides accompanying fifth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 5: The genetic code and protein synthesis - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying fifth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 6: protein structure

Lecture slides accompanying sixth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 6: protein structure - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying sixth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 7: Regulation of gene expression

Lecture slides accompanying seventh session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 7: Regulation of gene expression - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying seventh session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 8: Molecular basis of human disease

Lecture slides accompanying eighth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 8: Molecular basis of human disease - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying eighth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 9: Revision

Lecture slides accompanying the BBOL revision session

The genetic and cellular basis of ageing

Slides accompanying lecture on the mechanisms of ageing; longevity genes; how genes influence ageing; syndromes of premature ageing. Also two papers for further reading.

Tricarboylic acid cycle and electron transport chain

Slides accompanying lecture on the tricarboylic acid cycle (TCA) and electron transport chain (ETC)

Whole exome sequencing applied to idiopathic Fanconi syndrome

Slides accompanying SBoM on Genomic medicine

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