Here's a quick and simple way to determine if a pH disturbance is respiratory or metabolic:
Read more: Barone Mnemonic: Acid Base
Here are some fun ways to remember the Purines:
Read more: Purine Mnemonic
Here are 3 great ways to remember the pyrimidines:
Read more: Pyrimidine Mnemonic
Here's a fun way to remember DNA Base Pairing using Star Wars:
Read more: DNA Base Pair Mnemonic
EXons form the mature mRNA and are "Expressed" by translation into proteins!
INTRons are removed by RNA splicing and go "IN the Trash"!
The great singer Marc Anthony.....
Can you guess the diagnosis?
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: Marc Anthony - Rain Over Me
Check out this short video which clearly illustrates some important facts about hereditary angioedema.
How many of these Top 10 "High-Yield" questions can you answer?:
Read more: Medical Animation: Hereditary Angioedema
Watch as Dr. Balderrama uses a deck of cards to illustrate the magic of DNA Repair.
For the visually oriented student, check out this animation that shows many aspects of normal molecular biochechemistry and anatomy.
The Inner Life Cycle of the Cell
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Dr. Trevor Cook is back!!!! Here's a quick trick to remember normal sodium values.
Related article: Exam Preparation : Normal Values
Here's a simple way to remember what is happening with insulin in these two causes of elevated fasting morning glucose level:
Read more: Biochem Mnemonic: Somogyi Effect
Here's a silly way to remember which receptors are Gq coupled:
Read more: G Protein Mnemonic
Here's a cool way to use Arabic to remember the Fat Soluble Vitamins:
Read more: Fat Soluble Vitamin Mnemonic
Bichemistry is friggin' awesome! Check out this cool parody! :
Do you remember the key enzymes? Cofactors?
Here is my latest masterpiece! A music video parody illustrating the key points of Homocystinemia.
Thanks to Dr. Oscar Sanchez
Let's see what's happening on the biochemistry facebook page:
Read more: Facebook Apoptosis
Imagine if Ryan Goslying was your Biochem Teacher! You'd never miss a question!
Biochemistry with Dr. Turco.... it just makes sense! :)
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