Amino acids (AAs) are carbon-based compounds that make up all proteins. Individually, AAs have biological importance. Notable examples include the AA glycine, which also serves as a neurotransmitter. AA can also be repurposed to be part of new proteins or used as substrates for new compounds.
In this course, the student will be introduced to the metabolic processes related to each group of AAs. The urea cycle and metabolism of bilirubin will be discussed as well.
For optimal comprehension, the student will be required to have familiarity with the basic notions of molecular and cellular biology and the biochemistry of proteins.
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