Kinetics is the study of rates of chemical or biochemical reactions, as well as the metabolic flux rates of biochemical intermediates within the body (e.g. glucose, amino acids, lipids, bile acids).

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Convert flux value in nmol/min/mg protein to nmol/min/cell?

This is a question about unit conversion. I found an experimental measurement of the saturation uptake of glucose in yeast: $$V_\textrm{max} \approx 650 \textrm{nmol}/\textrm{min}/\textrm{mg ...
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Incremental denaturation of protein mixtures

When a protein solution is heated above the denaturation temperature, it seems that denaturation does not happen at the time the temperature is reached, but it takes some time. I assumed that ...
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Is there a way to quantify in vivo cholesterol transport rates?

I have always had trouble grasping the physiology of lipoprotein cholesterol transport. The "standard" description found in the literature is that liver synthesizes cholesterol which is carried in ...
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Prenatal hyperkinetic dysfunction and its effect on endurace

Do people with an hyperkinetic dysfuntion have a better endurance? Are they fitter in cause of their Dopamine-overdose or any other reason? I have a case, where someone does not do any sports, but ...
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phosphorous availability to mycorrhizae and parent plant, timing - paper search

I'm researching (for my work) phosphorous uptake in monocots to develop planting mixes for riparian planting. I recently saw a paper suggesting (the author lacked proof) that root zone mycorrhizae ...
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Monod Kinetics--Growth of E.Coli in a Bioreactor

I am doing a study for a lab class. We are growing E. Coli in a bioreactor. We want to vary the volume of the initial biophase which we add after the substrate has been brought to 37 degrees C. My ...
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Conservation equation of a reaction scheme

Consider the reaction scheme. where $S$ is the substrate, $E$ is the enzyme, $P$ is the product, $C_1$ and $C_2$ are enzyme substrate complexes. Let $[S] = s$, $[E] = e$, $[C_1] = c_1$, $[C_2] = ...