Lectures (spring semester 2019)

Veterinary biochemistry 2. lectures

Students are hereby informed that the topics of the Veterinary biochemistry 2. lectures in the spring semester of the academic year 2018/2019 are the followings:

5-10. groups

Date Topic Lecturer
4 February Metabolism of other monosaccharides: fructose, galactose. Amino acid metabolism: transamination, oxidative deamination. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
7 February Glucogenic, ketogenic, essential, non-essential amino acids. Detoxification of ammonia: urea cycle, ammonium ion formation. (1 h) Dr. Orbán Kata
11 February Decarboxylation of amino acids, most important peptides. Structure of heme. (2 h) Dr. Orbán Kata
14 February Porphyrine metabolism: synthesis and degradation.  (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
18 February Myoglobin, Catalase, Peroxidase, Cytochromes. Iron metabolism. Role and chemical structure of lipids. Absorption and transport of lipids. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
21 February The lipolysis. Degradation of fatty acids: beta-oxidation of even-carbon fatty acids. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
25 February Degradation of fatty acids: beta-oxidation of odd-carbon fatty acids. Ketogenesis, ketolysis. Biochemical background of ketosis. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
28 February Synthesis of even-carbon fatty acids. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
4 March Synthesis of odd-carbon and unsaturated fatty acids. Lipogenesis. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
7 March Lipoids: phosphoglycerides, sphingolipids, steroids: structure and function of cholesterol.
(1 h)
Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
11 March Synthesis of cholesterol. The metabolism of bile acids and steroid hormones. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
14 March Role of the liver I: intermediary metabolism. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
18 March Role of the liver II: secretion; detoxification: synthesis, oxidation, reduction, hydrolysis, conjugation. Biochemistry of muscle (striated, red, white and cardiac muscle), muscle proteins, muscle contraction. Biochemistry of brain, adipose tissue and kidney. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
21 March Carbohydrate metabolism of ruminants: Production of volatile fatty acids. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
25 March Absorption and metabolism of the volatile fatty acids in the ruminants’ tissues. Metabolism of nitrogen-containing compounds in ruminants.       (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
28 March Lipid metabolism of ruminants. Ketosis of the ruminants. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
1 April Biochemistry of milk production. Introduction of vitamins. Biochemistry of retinol (vitamin A) I.: structure, metabolism. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
4 April Biochemistry of retinol (vitamin A) II.: biochemical role, deficiency, hypervitaminosis. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
8 April Biochemistry of tocopherol (vitamin E). (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
11 April Biochemistry of calcipherol (vitamin D). (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
15-18 April EASTERN HOLIDAY, NO LECTURE
25 April Biochemistry of phylloquinon (vitamin K). (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
27 April* Biochemistry of the essential fatty acids and thiamine. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
29 April Biochemistry of riboflavin (vitamin B2) and niacinamide (vitamin B3).      (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
2 May Biochemistry of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5). (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
6 May Biochemistry of pyridoxine (vitamin B6) and biotin (vitamin B7). (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
9 May Biochemistry of folic acid (vitamin B9). (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
13 May Biochemistry of cobalamin (vitamin B12) and ascorbic acid (vitamin C).   (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
16 May Biochemistry of lipotropic factors. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna

*On 27 April (Saturday) lectures will be held instead of 22 April (Eastern Monday).

1-4. groups

Date Topic Lecturer
7 February Metabolism of other monosaccharides: fructose, galactose. Amino acid metabolism: transamination, oxidative deamination. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
8 February Glucogenic, ketogenic, essential, non-essential amino acids. Detoxification of ammonia: urea cycle, ammonium ion formation. (1 h) Dr. Orbán Kata
14 February Decarboxylation of amino acids, most important peptides. Structure of heme. (2 h) Dr. Orbán Kata
15 February Porphyrine metabolism: synthesis and degradation.  (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
21 February Myoglobin, Catalase, Peroxidase, Cytochromes. Iron metabolism. Role and chemical structure of lipids. Absorption and transport of lipids. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
22 February The lipolysis. Degradation of fatty acids: beta-oxidation of even-carbon fatty acids. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
28 February Degradation of fatty acids: beta-oxidation of odd-carbon fatty acids. Ketogenesis, ketolysis. Biochemical background of ketosis. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
1 March Synthesis of even-carbon fatty acids. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
7 March Synthesis of odd-carbon and unsaturated fatty acids. Lipogenesis. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
8 March Lipoids: phosphoglycerides, sphingolipids, steroids: structure and function of cholesterol.
(1 h)
Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
14 March Synthesis of cholesterol. The metabolism of bile acids and steroid hormones. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
15 March Role of the liver I: intermediary metabolism. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
21 March Role of the liver II: secretion; detoxification: synthesis, oxidation, reduction, hydrolysis, conjugation. Biochemistry of muscle (striated, red, white and cardiac muscle), muscle proteins, muscle contraction. Biochemistry of brain, adipose tissue and kidney. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
22 March Carbohydrate metabolism of ruminants: Production of volatile fatty acids. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
28 March Absorption and metabolism of the volatile fatty acids in the ruminants’ tissues. Metabolism of nitrogen-containing compounds in ruminants. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
29 March Lipid metabolism of ruminants. Ketosis of the ruminants. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
4 April Biochemistry of milk production. Introduction of vitamins. Biochemistry of retinol (vitamin A) I.: structure, metabolism. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
5 April Biochemistry of retinol (vitamin A) II.: biochemical role, deficiency, hypervitaminosis. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
11 April Biochemistry of tocopherol (vitamin E). (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
12 April Biochemistry of calcipherol (vitamin D). (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
18-19 April EASTERN HOLIDAY, NO LECTURE
25 April Biochemistry of phylloquinon (vitamin K) and essential fatty acids. (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
26 April Biochemistry of thiamine. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
2 May Biochemistry of riboflavin (vitamin B2) and niacinamide (vitamin B3). (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
3 May Biochemistry of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5). (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
9 May Biochemistry of pyridoxine (vitamin B6) and biotin (vitamin B7). (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
10 May Biochemistry of folic acid (vitamin B9). (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
16 May Biochemistry of cobalamin (vitamin B12) and ascorbic acid (vitamin C). (2 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna
17 May Biochemistry of lipotropic factors. (1 h) Dr. Neogrády Zsuzsanna

 

Students will be hereby informed that the prevalent qualification system and requirements in subject Biochemistry II. for the spring semester are as follows:

  • Regular visiting of the lectures (no more than 3 unjustified absences can be accepted)
  • Successful performance of all laboratory courses
  • Completion of 60% of the maximal scores in the laboratory courses
  • Completion of 60% of the maximal scores on the written midterm test

 

The date of the midterm test: 4 April 2019 at 715 in the Armand Kemény lecture hall of the Department of Physiology and Biochemistry.

Retake of the midterm: 2 May 2019 at 715 in the Armand Kemény lecture hall of the Department of Physiology and Biochemistry.

Extra retake (from whole Biochemistry II): 17 May 2019 at 715 in the Armand Kemény lecture hall of the Department of Physiology and Biochemistry.

The competition in Biochemistry will be held: 10 May 2019, 1515 – 1800

Consultation possibility after registration: Dr. Gábor Mátis, Monday, 1600-1800
(E-mail: Matis.Gabor@univet.hu)