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Biochemistry is one of the most monotonous subjects of BDS. BDS Graduates study this subject in the 1st year and by the time their complete their BDS, most of the Biochemistry is usually forgotten.

In order to assist you in your preparation of NEET MDS, we have compiled this article which will bring forth the Most Important Topics of Biochemistry for NEET MDS.

 

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Most Important Topics of Biochemistry for NEET MDS

Here is a detailed list of Most Important Topics of Biochemistry:

Unit

Most Important Topics

General Biochemistry

Plasma Membrane

Extra and Intra Cellular Enzymes

Hormones

Cell Organelles

Buffer System

Henderson - Hasselbalch Equation

 

Carbohydrates

Classification of Carbohydrates

Fructose Intolerance

Properties of Common Carbohydrates

Glycogen, Renal Threshold of Glucose

Glycolysis

Crabtree Effect

ATP Generated in Glycolysis

Enzymes and Co-Enzymes Involved

TCA Cycle

Cori’s Cycle

Glycogenolysis

Gluconeogenesis

Transamination

Glycogen Storage Disorders

Glucose-6-Phosphate Deficiency

Pasteur Effect

 

Proteins

 Classification of Proteins

Properties

Amino Acids

 (Essential, Semi-Essential and

Non-Essential)

Glucogenic and Ketogenic Amino Acids

Haemoglobin, Collagen

Synthesis of Catecholamines

Hartnup’s Disease

Maple Syrup Disease

Phenylketonuria

Histones, Urea Cycle

Oxidative Deamination

Nucleic Acids

 DNA Synthesis, RNA

Transcription and Translation

 Codons, Anti-Codons

Mutations

 

Lipids

Classification of Lipids

Important Fatty Acids

Phospholipids

Triglycerides

Cerebrosides

MUFA, Iodine Number

Gaucher’s Disease

Neumann-Pick Disease

Lipogenesis

Oxidation of Fatty Acids

 Ketone Bodies

Acetyl-COA

Cholesterol

HMG-COA Pathway

Steroids

Lipids of Plasma

HDL, LDL

 

Enzymes

Coenzyme

Factors affecting Enzyme Function like Ph, Temperature, Concentration, etc

Competitive Enzyme Inhibition

Michaelis - Menten Hypothesis

Classes of Enzymes and their Reactions

Co-Enzymes and their Dependent Enzymes

Single Carbon Transfer

Serum Creatine Kinase

Amylase

Peroxidases

Aspartate Aminotransferase

 

Nutrition and Vitamins

Fat and Water Soluble Vitamins

Vitamins and their Chemical Name

Deficiency of Vitamins

Transamination

Burning Feet Syndrome

 FIGLU Test

Vitamin A, B, C, D, K, Antagonists

Minerals- their Functions

Minerals: Deficiency and Sources

Calcium, Protein Energy Malnutrition

Protein Sparing Effect, Entropy

 

Hormones

Organ, Biological Effects

Factors Influencing their Secretion

Endocrine and Exocrine

Hormones of GIT

Cyclic AMP Formation

Role of Hormones in Homeostasis of Blood Glucose Levels 

 

Carbohydrate metabolism

EMF pathway 

Mucopolysaccharides 

 

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Thoroughly preparing the Above-listed topics would surely help you to respond to Majority of questions from Biochemistry in NEET MDS.

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