Unit 5 Glycosides and Glycolipids

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What is a glycoside?

a glycoside is a molecule in which at least one monosaccharide is attached to another molecule through the anomeric hydroxyl of the monosaccharide

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Is a polysaccharide a glycoside? Why?

a polysaccharide is not a glycoside because the binding partner of a glycoside is not another sugar, although it does have glycosidic bonds as in polysaccharides

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Where are monosaccharides attached to molecules?

monosaccharides are mainly attached to hydroxyl groups, except the amide group of asparagine in proteoglycans and glycoproteins, and the carboxyl group of bilirubin

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The nucleotide-activated form is specific for a given monosaccharide. It is usually UDP, but there are three exceptions, what are they?

most sugars are UDP activated to be attached to another molecule; the three exceptions to this include GDP-mannose, GDP-L-fucose, CMP-N-acetylneuraminic (sialic) acid

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What provides energy for the formation of a glycosidic bond?

the hydrolysis of the nucleotide-linkage provides energy for the formation of the glycosidic bond

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What is UDP-glucose used to synthesize?

UDP-glucose is used to synthesize glycogen, proteoglycans, glycoproteins, glycolipids, UDP-glucuronate, UDP-glactose > lactose

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What is UDP-glucuronate used to synthesize?

UDP-glucuronate is used to synthesize bilirubin (+ bilirubin= bilirubin diglucuronide), glucuronides (steroids, drugs, xenobiotics, bilirubin) -OH, UDP-xylose (GAGs), iduronate (GAGs), proteoglycans, glycoproteins

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How is UDP-glucuronate synthesized?

UDP-glucose is oxidized by UDP-glucose dehydrogenase + NAD+ to form UDP-glucuronate

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Bilirubin is the degradation product of what? How is it excreted from the body?

the heme group of hemoglobin is degraded to bilirubin; (2) glucuronate residues are added to bilirubin in the liver to increase solubility; bilirubin diglucuronide is exreted into the bile

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What enzyme adds glucuronate to bilirubin?

bilirubin glucuronyltransferase adds glucuronate to bilirubin

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What is the function of glucuronyltransferases?

the function of glucuronyltransferases is to add glucuronate to hormones and drugs in the liver, and excrete them in the urine or bile; eg estrogens, progesterone, triiodothyronine, morphine

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Glycolipids are a subgroup of what kind of lipids?

glycolipids are a subgroup of sphingolipids and they include cerebrosides, sulfatides, globosides, gangliosides

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What is the carbohydrate on a cerebroside, sulfatide, globoside, and ganglioside?

carbohydrate on- cerebroside: single glucose or galactose, sulfatide: sulfated galactose, globoside: neutral oligosaccharide, ganglioside: acidic oligosaccharide (contains sialic acid)

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What are four glycolipid functions?

glycolipid functions: outer layer of plasma membrane, brain and peripheral nervous system, myelin sheets, blood group antigens (w/ glycoproteins)

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Genes that code of glycosyltransferases determine what about a person's blood?

genes that code for glycosyltransferases determine a person's blood type

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Ceramide is synthesized by what? and where does this occur?

ceramide is synthesized by serine, palmitoyl CoA, and fatty acy CoA; this takes place in the liver; glycolipid synthesis starts in the ER and ends in the golgi

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What is the defective process in Pompe disease?

the defective process in pompe disease is glycogen degradation

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What is the defective process in Mucopolysaccaridoses?

the defective process in mucopolysaccaridoses is GAG degradation

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What is the defective process in Sphingolipidoses?

the defective process in sphingolipidoses is sphingolipid degradation

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What is the defective process in Mucolipidoses (I-cell)?

the defective process in mucolipidoses is the targeting of lysosomal enzymes (lack of Man-6-P)

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Deficient enzymes and accumulated metabolites in GM1 gangliosidosis

GM1 gangliosidosis: deficient enzyme- beta galactosidase, accumulated metabolites- GM1 gangliosides and KS

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Deficient enzymes and accumulated metabolites in Tay-Sachs

Tay-Sachs: deficient enzyme- beta-hexosaminidase A, accumulated metabolites- GM2 gangliosides

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Deficient enzymes and accumulated metabolites in Sandhoff

Sandhoff: deficient enzyme- beta-hexosaminidase A and B, accumulated metabolites- GM2 gangliosides, globosides

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Deficient enzymes and accumulated metabolites in Fabry

Fabry: deficient enzyme- alpha-galactosidase, accumulated metabolites- globosides

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Deficient enzymes and accumulated metabolites in Gaucher

Gaucher: deficient enzymes- glucocerebrosidase, accumulated metabolites- glucocerebroside

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Deficient enzymes and accumulated metabolites in Metachromatic Leukodystrophy

Metachromatic Leukodystrophy: deficient enzyme- arylsulfatase A, accumulated metabolites- sulfatides

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Deficient enzymes and accumulated metabolites in Krabbe

Krabbe: deficient enzymes- galactocerebrosidase, accumulated metabolites- galactocerebroside

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Deficient enzymes and accumulated metabolites in Niemann-Pick

Niemann-Pick: deficient enzymes- spingomyelinase, accumulated metabolites- sphingomyelin

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Deficient enzymes and accumulated metabolites in Farber

Farber: deficient enzymes- ceraminidase, accumulated metabolites- ceramide

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Many sphingolipid storage diseases have what kind of common symptoms?

many sphingolipid storage diseases have neurological symptoms