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Q: What is Biochemistry?|
Q: What is Glycolysis?
Q: Where does glycolysis occur?
Q: What is/are the reactants/reagents necessary for glycolysis?
Q: What is/are the product of glycolysis?
Q: Does this process need or use oxygen?
Q: How much energy does glycolysis produce?
Q: What is the advantage of producing energy from glycolysis?
Q: What is the Pyruvate Dehydrogenase (PDH) Complex ?
Q: What are the reactants for the PDH cycle?
Q: What is the product of the PDH cycle?
Q: What is the advantage of using this process?
Q: What is the Citrus Acid Cycle?
Q: Where does the Citrus Acid Cycle occur?
Q: Does the TCA Cycle need or use oxygen?
Q: What is the reactant of the TCA cycle?
Q: What is the product of the TCA cycle?
Q: What is the advantage of the TCA cycle?
Q: Why is glycolysis important?
Q: Who uses glycolysis?
Q: What happens to the products of glycolysis?
Q: How many stages does glycolysis have?
Q: What happens in the process of glycolysis?
Q: What is ATP?
Q: Is alanine necessary for nutrition?
Q: What is alanine?
Q: Where is alanine found?
Q: How is alanine used?
|Storage and Expression of Genetic Information|
|DNA Structure, Replication, and Repair|
|Acid-Base Equilibria, Amino Acids, and Protein Structure/Function|
|Acid-Base Equilibria, Amino Acids, and Protein Structure|
|Bioenergetics and Energy Metabolism|
|Amino Acid, Lipid, and Nucleotide Metabolism|
|Vitamins and Minerals|
|Hormones and Integrated Metabolism|
|Inheritance Mechanisms and Biochemical Genetics|
|Inheritance Mechanisms/Risk Calculations|
|Genetic and Biochemical Diagnosis|
For medical students: What is the curriculum? |
For M.Phil. and Ph.D.: What is the curriculum?
What are the most common human biochemistry tests?
What biochemistry tests can be done at your laboratory?
What is the mechanism involved in each test?
What type of machines do you have?
How many people work in this laboratory?
Would you like your laboratory to be affiliated with Qureshi University?
Would you like your college to be affiliated with Qureshi University?
Can you start M.Phil. and Ph.D. programs in biochemistry without knowing the difference between M.Phil. and Ph.D.?
What is the difference between the curriculums for medical students, M.Phil. and Ph.D.?
A medical doctor needs to have insight of biochemistry and be able to question and correctly interpret test results to reach to a correct diagnosis and treatment as per preventive and curative concepts of medicine.
An M.Phil. or Ph.D. in biochemistry should be able to manufacture:
automatic clinical biochemistry analyzer,
arterial blood gas analyzer,
electrolyte analyzer, and an electrochemiluminiscence analyzer.
He/she also should be able to troubleshoot and standardize test results, as well as detect false positive, false negative, true positive, and true negative results.
Are you interested in manufacturing these products?
Are your M.Phil. or Ph.D. students developing these capabilities?
Do you want me to give them some guidance?
What are other similar types of work?