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Project Prion: Evolution and Structural Connections

Project Prion: Evolution and Structural Connections

Project Prion: Evolution and Structural Connections. MDG5101 Group 2. Historical Background. The earliest record dates from several centuries ago, when scrapie was first observed in sheep In 1972, Tikvah Alper was the first to suggest the agent of scrapie might replicate without nucleic acid

By prosper
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STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES ACTING ON BACTERIAL MEMBRANES

STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES ACTING ON BACTERIAL MEMBRANES

STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES ACTING ON BACTERIAL MEMBRANES. Boštjan Japelj Lek Pharmaceuticals, Drug Discovery, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Antibiotics – “miracle drugs”. Bacterial resistance is becoming a major problem in modern medicine. Cationic antimicrobial peptides:.

By leroy
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Protein Structure & Folding (9 / 25 / 2008)

Protein Structure & Folding (9 / 25 / 2008)

Protein Structure & Folding (9 / 25 / 2008). Secondary Structure Tertiary Structure Quaternary Structure and Symmetry Protein Folding. Example of each level of protein structure. Fibrous Proteins. a Keratin - A Coiled Coil. Nails, hair, horns and feathers  or  -forms

By risa
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3-Dimensional IC Fabrication

3-Dimensional IC Fabrication

3-Dimensional IC Fabrication. Dominic DelVecchio Bradley Hensel. Outline. What is 3D IC? Why? Theoretical Process Benefits Technical Challenges Conclusion References Concepts. What is 3D IC?.

By shaun
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Classifying the protein universe

Classifying the protein universe

Synapse-Associated Protein 97. Classifying the protein universe . Wu et al, 2002. EMBO J 19:5740-5751. Domain Analysis and Protein Families. Introduction What are protein families? Motifs and Profiles The modular architecture of proteins Domain Properties and Classification.

By palmer
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Metamaterials

Metamaterials

Metamaterials. Metamaterials. Have a periodic material that has photonic or phononic properties. *Taken From 3.042 handout & Physics Worlds 2005 “Sound Ideas”. Interference Lithography. Create photoresist film Expose photoresist Develop photoresist to create periodic structure.

By lorne
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Spontaneous Wrinkling in F unctional P olymer T hin F ilms

Spontaneous Wrinkling in F unctional P olymer T hin F ilms

Au. SiO x. Si 3 N 4. CNMS Staff Science Highlight. Spontaneous Wrinkling in F unctional P olymer T hin F ilms. Scientific Achievement

By khoi
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The Chemistry of Microbiology

The Chemistry of Microbiology

The Chemistry of Microbiology. Chapter 02. Revised 1-2011. Atoms. Cells are the building blocks of LIFE But… cells are made of molecules which are made of atoms Atoms the building block of matter Element composed of a single type of atom. Atomic Structure. Electrons

By pegeen
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Forms and Functions of Beta- Amyloids

Forms and Functions of Beta- Amyloids

Forms and Functions of Beta- Amyloids. By: Aileen Li, Andrea Zhao, Matthew Dytoc , Rose Hrvatin. PHM142 Fall 2012 Coordinator: Dr. Jeffrey Henderson Instructor: Dr. David Hampson. What is Amyloid ?. Amyloid is a general term for protein fragments that the body produces normally

By pilis
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Accelerator-based applications and commercial services

Accelerator-based applications and commercial services

Accelerator-based applications and commercial services . Ari Virtanen NuPECC mini workshop 13.6.2014 . OUTLINE. 1. Main commercial applications. Radiopharmaceutical isotopes. Testing of space electronics. Microfilters. Customers Revenue. 2. Other applications.

By sevita
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Chapter 4 Amino Acids

Chapter 4 Amino Acids

revised 9 /5/ 2013. Biochemistry I Dr. Loren Williams. Chapter 4 Amino Acids. Proteinogenic Amino Acids An amino acid contains an amine group a carboxylic acid group, a side-chain (or R-group, all attached to the same chiral carbon atom (the Cα)

By azriel
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The chemical reactivity of organic molecules come from their FUNCTIONAL GROUPS

The chemical reactivity of organic molecules come from their FUNCTIONAL GROUPS

The chemical reactivity of organic molecules come from their FUNCTIONAL GROUPS. Regardless of size!. Carbon-hydrogen backbones can stand alone…. …or they can combine with other elements like O,N,S,Cl,Br,F , etc…. … and each combination will have distinct physi -chemical properties. .

By bridie
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Why climb the mountain…?

Why climb the mountain…?

Why climb the mountain…?. “We choose to go to the moon not because it is easy, but because it is hard…because that challenge is one we are worthy to take” - John F. Kennedy 9/12/61. Why don’t these organisms bioluminesce naturally?. Bioluminescence & Changes In Potential Energy.

By vicky
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Ansys SI tools for microelectronic

Ansys SI tools for microelectronic

Ansys SI tools for microelectronic. PH-ESE Signal and Power Integrity Mini Workshop 3/7/2013. David Porret PH-ESE-ME. Outline. Our applications EM solvers for boards and packages analysis Full setup modelling and analysis From ASIC world to Ansys tools : die models

By isha
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Chapter 4 – Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life

Chapter 4 – Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life

Chapter 4 – Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life. Continuing up the Hierarchy…. Fig. 1.1. Chapter 4 – Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life. Each level of the hierarchy gets relatively less and less complex.

By vivian
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Announcements

Announcements

Announcements. Homework for Chapter 7 Part 2 due Wednesday Remember, lab 4 is Thursday No online quiz because it was due days ago Check your email at least 3 times a day!. Chapter 7, Part 2: The Blueprint of Life, from DNA to Protein. The Players In Translation. Ribosome. mRNA.

By sutton
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Impulse Based Substructuring Theory, Improvement and Implementation on real problems

Impulse Based Substructuring Theory, Improvement and Implementation on real problems

Impulse Based Substructuring Theory, Improvement and Implementation on real problems. Nazgol Haghighat Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ir . Daniel J. Rixen. Outlines. What is IBS? Why is IBS important? How does IBS work? How to apply IBS for longer time simulations?

By neva
(108 views)

mh-hannover.de/viroclass2009.html

mh-hannover.de/viroclass2009.html

Master Class of Virology 2009 Persisting and oncogenic viral infections November 12 th -14 th • Hannover. Lecture series: all guests are welcome. Thursday, November 12 th : Twincore lecture hall 16.45h Judith Breuer, London „ A human approach to understanding VZV disease”

By alder
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Biological Ontologies

Biological Ontologies

Biological Ontologies. Neocles Leontis April 20, 2005. What Is An Ontology?. An ontology is an explicit description of a domain of knowledge: Concepts -- Entities and Relations Properties and attributes of Entities and Relations Constraints on properties and attributes

By debbie
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What is a neutralizing antibody? (NAb)

What is a neutralizing antibody? (NAb)

What is a neutralizing antibody? (NAb). “An antibody that reacts with an infectious agent, usually a virus, and destroys or inhibits its infectiveness and virulence.” (Free Dictionary by Farley)

By gunnar
(160 views)

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