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Folate Flashcard Main Functions 1 required for DNA synthesis 2

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Folate Figure 3. Homocysteine Metabolism. Homocysteine is methylated to form the essential amino acid

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

Folic Acid Pathway

Vitamin B12 and Folate Deficiencies Flashcards

Describe in words folate metabolism to DNA synthesis... Also how does it all start up again...? 1. Key players.

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

2 METHYLENE-THF: DONATES [CH 2 ] FOR DNA SYNTHESIS DEOXYTHYMIDINE (dTMP): REQUIRED FOR DNA SYNTHESIS, AND FOR CELL DIVISON THIS PATHWAY IS VERY ACTIVE IN ...

simultates PFK-2 → ↑F-2,6 BP → stimulates PFK-

methyl trap hypothesis

1) Azaserine = analog of glutamine = interferes with purine ring synthesis 2) AZT

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Simplified scheme of folate metabolism involving DNA synthesis and methylation. Folate, in the form

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Saliva is made by salivary glands and has important functions. The glands may sometimes develop stones. In Sjogren's syndrome, insufficient saliva is made.

Folate metabolism · Cellular functions of folates · Folate-Homocysteine cycle

MATURATION OF RBC - ROLE OF FOLIC ACID & VITAMIN B12 IN DNA SYNTHESIS

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Describe the ring fomation steps of purine nucleotide synthesis? What co-factors and amino acids are involved?

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

Chemical structure of folic acid and cyanocobalamin.

Biological functions of FA, respectively THFA. The THFA is required for the formation of

Folate and DNA Methylation: A Review of Molecular Mechanisms and the Evidence for Folate's Role | Advances in Nutrition | Oxford Academic

Amino acids (Asp, Gln, Gly), CO 2 , THF (N

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Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

You must get folate from the diet: Must convert folate to tetrahydrofolate and reduce twice

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

folate is necessary co-factor for nucleotide (i.e., DNA) synthesis and other biosynthesis

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Describe in words folate metabolism to DNA synthesis... Also how does it all start up again...? 1. Key players.

Why was Prontosil screening successful?

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Describe Folic Acid Metabolism

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

methyl THF cannot be converted to THF → accumulation of Methyl THF → Folate trap

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

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【 Note : Only Pyrimidine requiring Folate derivative is Thymidylate or Cytosine donot require Folate derivative 】

GPAT = glutamine:PPR amidotransferase HGPRT = hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyltransferase DHFR = dihydrofolate reductase

C. Guanine, DNA/RNA

Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

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Folate: Water-Soluble Vitamin Deficiency & Toxicity Symptoms - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com

Drugs inhibiting Folate metabolism _ 01 #trimethoprim #methotrexate #sulpha #bacterial #DHFR

Adenine & guanine have purine ring stuctures. They are found in: both DNA & RNA

... can be located anywhere - upstream/downstream in the DNA template/gene

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... Polymerase II; binds ACTIVATOR proteins that facilitate bending of DNA → ACTIVATOR proteins can then bind RNA Polymerase

Cytosine, Uracil, and Thymine have Pyrimidine ring stuctures. DNA contains: cytosine & thymine. RNA contains: cytosine & uracil

D. 2'-Deoxyguanosine

Leucovorin supplies appropriate folate (methotrexate is used for inhibition of Dihydrofolate Reductase)

Genes involved in folate metabolism

... There are 4 basic haplotypes on chromosome 16 for the Alpha Globin gene, and multiplying

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DNA synth

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Figura 1. Metabolismo de la Homocisteína y Vitamina B12. La S-adenosilhomocisteína se

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Folate Flashcard. Main Functions: 1) required for DNA synthesis, 2) supports cell growth and repair, 3) helps prevent neural tube defects. Good Sou…

1. carry activated groups in synthesis of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. 2. Structural comp of coenzymes (FAD, NAD+, NADP+, coenzyme A ect)

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Describe B12(cobalamin) Metabolism

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Name these Pyrimidine nucleosides:

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Structure of ribose

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Iron content in body

1) Pyruvate carboxylase 2) PEP carboxykinase 3) Fructose-1,6-

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Excess ATP or dATP imbalances nucleotide pool via feedback inhibition of ribonucleotide reductase = prevents DNA

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1. What is folic acid?

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Synthesis of Methionine requires both Folic acid & Vit B12 .

Reduction at 2' position, turns NDP into dNDP Catalyzed by Ribonucleotide reductase

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Generic transamination reaction