In this lesson, we explain about the biochemistry of glucose transporters GLUT and SGLT, their functions, and differences. Biochemistry, MCAT, and USMLE
For the average person, washing their hair every day or every few days is a matter of hygienic preference rather than necessity. Unless their work or pastime brings them in contact with dirt or involves physical exertion, it is unlikely that their hair would go from being clean to truly dirty in the span of twenty-four hours.
So, what is the true science behind our “dirty” hair and the ingredients in our shampoo?
What is the difference between Kwashiorkor and Marasmus? USMLE protein-energy malnutrition diseases; we explain the differences, including causes, symptoms, comparative medical charts.
Lysosomal Storage Diseases: Tay-Sachs Disease vs Niemann-Pick DIsease: Similarities and differences for symptoms, causes, enzymes, biochemistry, inheritance, etc
How is glucose transported into the blood? How is glucose taken up by red blood cells? In this easy-to-understand lesson, we explain the processes behind these questions.
USMLE Lesson on Biochemistry Nutrition: Zinc Deficiency, the functions of zinc, including its role as zinc fingers transcription factor motifs, and zinc deficiency symptoms
In this quick and easy lesson, we explain what is the Cori cycle, how the Cori cycle works, what is its clinical significance, and where is the Cori cyle located: MCAT and USMLE medicine.
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Where does DNA transcription start and stop? In this lesson, we explain how DNA transcription works, the start and stop of transcription, and the 3 major transcription steps.