Physio Chemical Properties of Amino acids? (Guide)

Amino acids are basically building blocks of proteins. This chapter includes the Physio chemical properties of Amino acids. Before going to the properties of amino acids, we should brush back the amino acids basic points. What is an Amino acid? Amino acids are biological organic molecules containing both an amino group(s) and a carboxyl group […]

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  • Updated August 17, 2019

What are Polysaccharides and How it was Classified?

Carbohydrates composed of ten or more monosaccharide units are classifieds polysaccharides, and their molecules are colloidal in size. They may be considered as condensation polymers in which the monosaccharides (or their derivatives such as the amino sugars and uronic acids) are joined by glycosidic linkages. By far the most important naturally occurring polysaccharides are Starch and Cellulose. […]

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  • Updated June 21, 2019

VITAMINS : The Micro-Nutrients in Our Body

The essential Macronutrients are water, proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals. In developed countries, vitamin deficiencies result mainly from poverty, food fads, drugs, or alcoholism. Vitamin toxicity (hypervitaminosis) usually results from taking mega doses of Vitamin A, D, B6, or niacin. In general, excess amounts of water-soluble vitamins are excreted via the Kidneys. Vitamins may […]

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  • Updated April 10, 2019

Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology From 2001 to 2019 (Updated)

What is a Nobel Prize and Who is Alfred Nobel? Since 1901, the Nobel Prize has been honoring men and women from all corners of the globe for outstanding achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and for work in peace. Here is the list of Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine below from […]

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  • Updated July 15, 2019

What is Pituitary Gland and its Secretions?

The human Pituitary gland is reddish–Grey, an oval structure about 10mm in diameter in the brain just behind the optic chiasma as an extension of the field the hypothalamus. The average weight of the gland in females is a 0.5–0.6gm and in males is 0.6 to 0.7 gm.  The Pituitary gland location below the Hypothalamus of […]

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  • Updated April 8, 2019

Phenylketonuria (PKU): What is PKU and its Treatment

In the United States, each year about 1 in 10,000 to 15,000 babies is born with PKU. This disease occurs in all ethnic groups. But it is most common in Native Americans and northern Europeans in African Americans, or Japanese in Ashkenazi Jews. Table of Contents What is Phenylketonuria?What causes PKU?How to tell if your baby has […]

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  • Updated April 10, 2019
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