Medical Biochemistry

Last updated on January 29, 2019 at 20:49

5 thoughts on “Medical Biochemistry”

  1. Hi
    First of all I thank you very much for the notes.
    In biochemistry 1 you have made a file of how to pass the exam but you have for the medical biochemistry,,could you please help I am preparing for the 2013 type.thanks

    1. Hey

      I haven’t written a document like that for biochem 2, but I guess I could give you some tips here.
      I don’t know anything about the 2013 type, but I believe it’s the same as the 2016 type just without block system? In that case:

      Read and know the regulations and insulin and glucagon pathways well for carbohydrates.
      Know and understand the process of lipolysis for lipids. You should also know the regulation of lipid and cholesterol-related enzymes, like HMG-CoA reductase and acetyl-CoA carboxylase.
      Refresh everything related to DNA and RNA from biochemistry 1, especially the enzymes needed for which DNA repair and the mechanisms of the antibiotics.
      Read through the theoretical topics of biochem 2, especially the proteins related to diseases, to understand proteins.

      Also, do the sample tests because you may get very similar questions on the exam.

      I hope it helps. You can write comments or send me e-mails if you have questions.

      Thank you for the kind words and good luck!

      1. Thank you very much.
        Could you please just pick the number och names of the lectures which are 100 % to come on the exam will be so thankful,
        You are great

        1. Hey

          I wish I could tell you which lectures are important, however in my experience are most lectures important. I believe I can point out some that are not so important. I’d say they are lectures 3, 8, 11, 13, 14, 16, 22, 23, 24 and 38.

          Anyone who wants some sample tests can send me an e-mail and I might be able to help you out.

          Also, thank you for your kinds words!

  2. Hello
    Hope you are doing well during exam period! May i have sample tests for med biochem if you dont mind? Thank you so much!

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