BIOCHEMISTRY

Study—Calicheamicin γ1

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Calicheamicin γ1 is a naturally occurring antibiotic and one of the most potent cellular toxins known (Figure 8.19). A single molecule of calicheamicin γ1, after entering a cell and cleaving…

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Study—Discovery of Tagamet

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Gastric acid in the stomach (primarily hydrochloric acid) is essential to digest protein and emulsify fats. It breaks down food so it can go on to the small intestines where…

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Study—Odanacatib

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Cathepsin K is one member of a family of cysteine proteases that employ an active-site cysteine residue to promote peptide bond cleavage. Cathepsin K is highly expressed in the osteoclast…

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Summary

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Section 3.1     Stereochemistry is concerned with molecular shape and the relationships between molecules with identical atom connectivity but different shapes. Section 3.2     Chirality is a property of objects that are not the…

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