Sections
Introduction to Protein-Ligand Interactions
Protein-Ligand Equilibrium Constants
Protein-Ligand Fractional Saturation
Myoglobin vs. Hemoglobin
Heme Prosthetic Group
Hemoglobin Cooperativity
Hill Equation
Hill Plot
Hemoglobin Binding in Tissues & Lungs
Hemoglobin Carbonation & Protonation
Bohr Effect
BPG Regulation of Hemoglobin
Fetal Hemoglobin
Sickle Cell Anemia
Chymotrypsin
Chymotrypsin's Catalytic Mechanism
Glycogen Phosphorylase
Liver vs Muscle Glycogen Phosphorylase
Antibody
ELISA
Motor Proteins
Skeletal Muscle Anatomy
Skeletal Muscle Contraction

Concept #1: Motor Proteins Create Movement Using Cytoskeleton 

Concept #2: Motor Proteins

Concept #4: Kinesin Moves Towards (+) End of Microtubule

Concept #5: Dynein Moves Towards (-) End of Microtubule

Practice: What are the common features of the motor proteins kinesin and dynein?

Practice: Your lab isolates a new type of motor protein, which is some version of either myosin, kinesin, or dynein but it is unclear exactly what type it is. You hypothesize that the motor protein is NOT myosin. Which of the following is a piece of evidence that would support your hypothesis?