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    The longer I spend studying chemistry and biology, the more I find patterns and overlaps between the two disciplines. As I’ve matured in my studies, I have found the boundaries between the sciences to blur, which has led to my desire to do biochemistry. The course encompasses several science disciplines from biophysics and bioengineering to cellular biology and organic chemistry and looks at these from an analytical and quantitative standpoint. The diversity and interdisciplinary nature of biochemistry and its practical applications have led me to the course. I believe that the complexity of the biochemistry in the body has an underlying beauty to it. I find it amazing that something as complex as the human body with its intricate systems…

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    Unit 2 Project In your own words Discuss why carbon is essential to life on Earth. (150 word minimum response) Carbon is a vital element in organic compounds. Organic compounds are compounds that are usually located in living things.Organic compounds are very vital and Carbon is an elemnt that makes up organic compounds. Carbon helps organic compounds make up cells and carry out important life functions.Additionally, carbon can form strong bonds with itself and many other elements. This…

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    Now onto the fresh information, the Dehydration Synthesis process and the Macromolecules. I’ll start with the Macromolecules. These molecules are the four molecules all living things need to survive. The four molecules are Proteins, DNA, Carbohydrates, and Lipids. Each of these molecules is made of Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen at the very least. Proteins have Nitrogen as an added element, and DNA has Phosphate and Nitrogen. The base structure of each molecule has a carbon skeleton. This means…

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    Biochemistry Biochemistry is a branch of science concentrated on living organisms and their chemical processes. It has become a household name for itself in modern history as more and more developments occur and has encouraged scientist to not only pursue a medical career, but has branched out into research and bio-engineering to create a better life for an individual. In all, the area uncovers the way of the future and has found itself as a major part of science. Without the subject a lot of…

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    Macromolecules are in a clearing technique of life,which make up living beings. It is an expansive particle that is joined by littler atoms by shaping new bonds. Illustrations of Macromolecules would be nucleic acids, proteins, and polysaccharides (2 or more sugars). These segments are starches, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Starches consisit completely of glucose monomers and are joined by glycosidic linkages, just found in plants. Lipids are a vast gathering of natural particles that…

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    Phd Personal Statement

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    The University of Chicago's Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics Ph.D. Program is an exceptional and prestigious program that will provide me the opportunity to broaden my skills and intellect within biochemical research fields. This top-ranked program is an ideal fit for me as it contains the biological chemistry and biophysical that I aspire to focus on during my graduate studies. I am greatly interested in biochemical pathway elucidation and structure-based drug design by understanding the…

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    my thought process was quite dissipated since I get admitted department of pharmaceutical science at the University of Dhaka, best institution of Bangladesh. During my undergraduate studies, I gained comprehensive understanding of organic chemistry for two years with sophisticated laboratory experience. This subject gives me the basic idea about chemical process inside biological system. In addition to this, mandatory two years course of Physiology helped me to relate where, why and how…

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    Biochemistry And Aeons

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    There are chemicals and aeon’s for almost everything. In light of chemicals and time intervals, the human sleep cycle, uses both biochemistry and aeon’s to conduct its business. Exclusive to somonogly, or the study of sleep, along with biochemistry it is engrossing by the fact everything occurs within a span of fifteen centimeters, comparatively it is the typical size of a pencil. The sleep cycle consists of five major sleep stages, the last one being the most intriguing called…

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    country is very limited because of the lack of adequate academic and research facility. Department of Chemistry at Tulane University offers Ph.D. degree under the supervision of supremely trained, experienced and internationally recognized professors with state-of-the-art research facility. Personally, I want to do research on the understanding of disease states from molecular level to the whole organisms so that it is possible to design most potent and safest therapeutic interventions. I feel…

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    Homogenate Lab Report

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    Homogenates of liver were provided. The homogenates were made by homogenizing liver in a 1:20 w/v (1g: 20 ml) ratio in a sucrose-phosphate buffer, in which 250mM of sucrose and 50mM NaPO, with a pH of 7.4 were added. This information was used to conduct an experiment to determine the concentration of DNA, protein, and carbohydrates in different homogenate samples, including heart, liver, and kidney of Bos taurus, while also looking for the diverse protein sizes found in each homogenate sample.…

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