Role of Aldolase B The role of aldolase B is to help with the breakdown of fructose. Aldolase B is product of the substrate fructose -1-phosphate. When aldolase B is broken down, it creates the products DHAP and glyceraldehyde. The products can then enter the
Enzymes Abstract Lactase is an enzyme found in the small intestine that breaks down lactoase into the products galactose and glucose. Lactase can be purchased in many forms and one form is the pill form in which people take when they are lactose intolerant. These people lack the enzyme lactase, and cannot break down the sugar lactose into its component parts. Lactose, the sugar found in milk, is a disaccharide composed of glucose and galactose. Sucrose will be also used in the labs.
Third, the substrate becomes activated through the enzyme-substrate complex, allowing the electrons and atoms to rearrange to form the product of the reaction. Fourth, the complex separates, releasing the product and enzyme independent of one another. Only the substrate is modified in the reaction, thus after being released enzymes may perform the same process. Each enzyme is specialized for a particular reaction, therefore many similar as well as different types of enzymes may be necessary for cell metabolism (McMurray, 1977). The four types of macromolecules that make up an organism’s diet are lipids, nucleic acids, proteins, and carbohydrates.
Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Thesis: Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are two diseases that can be compared and contrasted according to the type. Diabetes Diabetes mellitus is a condition in which the pancreas no longer produces insulin. Diabetes can be classified according to two types; * Type 1 * Type 2 Compare and contrast Type 1 and Type 2 * Similarities * Differences Preventative Measures * Prevention * Causes * Treatment Type 1 and 2 diabetes are two diseases that can be compared and contrasted according to the type. A. Type 1 The pancreas no longer makes insulin or an extremely amount of insulin.
Each enzymes active site is suitable for one specific type of substrate. The shape and the chemical environment inside the active site permits a chemical reaction to proceed more easily. This is very much like the simple way, as a key fits into a lock very precisely. The key is analogous to the enzyme and the substrate analogous to the lock. Once formed, they are released from the active site, leaving it free to become attached to another substrate.
Fall 2011 Name_________________________ FDNS 4100 Exam 2 A 1. The activated form of biotin is ____. A. Biocytin B. Bisnorbiotin C. Biotinidase D. Biotinyladenylate E. Biotinyl peptides 2. Glucosidase is the enzyme at the brush border of the small intestinal cells responsible for dephosphorylating pyridoxal phosphate prior to digestion. A.
* Injection of insulin is vital. * Contributing factors: * Genetic predisposition * Environmental like infection, stress triggers | * Increased of glucose in the liver insulin resistance in the liver and skeletal muscle * Fat cells produce free fatty acids and relative insulin deficiency. * beta cells of the pancreas are destroyed * blood glucose levels are reduced * Oral medication, injections are sometimes required. * Contributing factors: * Obesity * Age * Lack of physical activity * Genetic predisposition * Racial/ethnic background | 2. The presence of auto-antibodies indicate type 1 diabetes mellitus 3.
Classic maple syrup urine disease (MSUD) is the most common form, with symptoms developing in neonates aged 4-7 days, depending on feeding regimen. Breastfeeding may delay onset of symptoms to the second week of life. The initial symptoms typically include poor feeding, vomiting, poor weight gain, and increasing lethargy. In cases of non-classic MSUD, onset may be later and symptoms may vary. The clinical presentation of a child with MSUD widely varies between patients.
Kelly Stewart Week4 Outline on Diabetes Mellitus Pathophysiology MED1210XC Lcheatem Diabetes Mellitus Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disease that is characterised with high blood sugar.The level of the sugar in your body because of the deficient insulin that is not produced by the pancrease. Sweet Urine is another problem that is caused by having diabetes, because of high levels of blood glucose leads to spills into the urine that is why they have the hypoglycemic or term reffered as "sweet urine." Diabetes Mellitus was first identified as diabetes, but now their a several different types of diabetes. which has come into play over the years, you have Diabetes Type1 an Type 2, then their is gestational diabetes which happens when you are pregnant. The cause of diabetes is the insufficient production of insulin and the body must have it to regulate the blood sugar.
With Type I diabetes, the pancreas produces little or no insulin. Consequently, anyone with Type I diabetes must receive daily insulin injections. The insulin must be injected into the body because if it is taken orally, stomach acids will make the insulin ineffective to the body. The primary targets for this type of diabetes are children and young adults, but it can affect people of any age. The destruction of beta cells cause Type I diabetes.