Help with biochemistry questions on beta oxidation

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1) What is the name of the enzyme that is enables us to use single-stranded RNA as our “template” for Real-time PCR?

2) A fatty acid that is represented by the following symbol, 10:0, will produce how many NADH molecules when it goes through beta oxidation in the mitochondria?

3) what antibody is engineered to be visualized by the scientist showing you (the scientist) the result?

4)The aerobic metabolism of which of the following will lead to more ATP production? A 14 carbon long fatty acid, 4 glucose molecules or a tertapeptide

5)How many acetyl CoA will you make by completing beta oxidation of a triacylglycerol containing all the same length fatty acids of 14:0.

6) What is the most likely reason for the body to run beta oxidation?

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