5.07SC | Fall 2013 | Undergraduate

Biological Chemistry I

Module I: Basic Biochemistry

Session 7: Biochemical Transformations III

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Lecture Topics

  • Phosphorylation in vivo
  • Phosphate Chemistry
  • ATP
  • Mechanism of Phosphoryl Transfer with ATP
  • Use of ATP in vivo
  • ATP as the Energy Currency of the Cell


  • Chapter 18: Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation
    • Electron Transport

Lecture Notes

Problem Set & Solutions

Problem Solving Video: Problem Set 5, Problem 5: How Mannose, an Isomer of Glucose, Enters Glycolysis

This problem is about sugar biochemistry. Specifically, it deals with how mannose, an isomer of glucose, gets to enter metabolism by being converted into fructose-6-phoshate.

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Fall 2013
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