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Fundamentals in Biochemistry Description of the main classes of biological molecules lipids, sugars, proteins and nucleic acids Description of the degradative mechanisms of glucose glycolysis, fermentation processes, Krebs cycle, respiratory chain, ATP synthesis. Lehninger, Principles of Biochemistry ; D.
Nelson, M. Biochemistry; J. Berg, J. Tymoczko, L. The health crisis linked to the spread of Covid 19 and the general confinement measures taken by the Government on March 17, , constitute grounds of force majeure constraining the University to adapt the assessment methods for some of the course units; Information on the new terms of these assessments will be provided to students through the usual information channels by April 27, Language s of instruction french.
Course content Fundamentals in Biochemistry Description of the main classes of biological molecules lipids, sugars, proteins and nucleic acids Description of the degradative mechanisms of glucose glycolysis, fermentation processes, Krebs cycle, respiratory chain, ATP synthesis. Prerequisites Required courses. Teaching methods and learning activities Ex-cathedra lectures References, bibliography, and recommended reading Lehninger, Principles of Biochemistry ; D.
Biochimie métabolique et structurale
The word fat has an almost universally negative connotation in modern society, whether as a pejorative term for describing someone who is overweight or as a foodstuff reviled for its deleterious impact on health. Now, however, Yore et al. Furthermore, they show that administering these fatty acids to such mice improves glucose uptake from the blood, enhances insulin secretion and relieves obesity-associated inflammation, suggesting that these naturally occurring fats could be used for diabetes therapy. Fatty acids and closely related glycerolipid molecules wear multiple biological hats, serving as a major energy reservoir, as constituents of cell membranes and as mediators of intracellular signalling. Yore and colleagues' report adds to emerging evidence implicating specific, low-abundance fatty acids as hormone-like 'lipokine' molecules involved in metabolic regulation.
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