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John P Walrond
Microtubules (kinesin and dynein), actin filaments (myosin), movement of vesicles within a neuron using anterograde and retrograde.
types of cartilage, bone
More will be added later:
-complexity of water
-triglycerides (info and structure)
deoxyribose/ribose structure, the components of DNA, phosphodiester bonding, and the semi-conservative replication of DNA
Transmembrane protein structure/ functions, prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and the role of histones
roles of the ER and Golgi, glycosylation, and vesicle transport
Information on secondary protein structures (alpha helices and beta sheets), proteins in aqueous solutions, and how R-groups affect protein folding/structure
Shane Hentges; Leslie M Stone-Roy; John P Walrond
Introduction to course material, brief overview of the history of neuroscience, cells of the nervous system, Ohm’s law, and membrane potential.
Tod R Clapp; Kayla Kiyoko Brown; Kenneth Ivie
Endocytosis, mitochondria, and the cytoskeleton
-diffusion and osmosis
-amino acid structure
-levels of protein structure
-protein synthesis (bound and free ribosomes)
-central dogma (replication, transcription, and translation)
Nerst equilibrium, which way do electrons flow, ion channels, active transporters, K+ leak, and Goldman equation.
synthesizing secreted, lysosomal, and transmem. proteins, intro. to tissues
autocrine, paracrine and endocrine processes, cell responses to hormones, the hormone-receptor complex, molecules as hormones, and the law of mass action
types of RNA, RNA editing, and translation
epithelium and junctions (anchoring, tight, and GAP). Also, intro to exocrine gland!
RNA structure and transcription
phospholipid structure, micelles, liposomes, amino acids, and protein levels/structure