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Ubiquitin

Ubiquitin

Ubiquitin. By Mr. Szerminski Sample 4U CCT. General info: - it is a regulatory protein that has been found in almost all tissues of eukaryotes - one of its functions: it directs protein recycling - can attach to proteins and label them for destruction.

By chailyn
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What causes cystic fibrosis?

What causes cystic fibrosis?

What causes cystic fibrosis?. A mutation in the cystic fibrosis transmembrane regulatory protein. What does the CFTR protein do?. It helps control the viscosity (or stickiness) of mucus that lines the epithelial cells of the airways, digestive and reproductive systems. mucus. cilia.

By jerrod
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Nerve Signal Transmission

Nerve Signal Transmission

Nerve Signal Transmission. Raise your right hand. Easy, right? You don’t even have to think twice and your right arm is moving…. But what makes it happen??? How does your brain tell your body what to do?. The Nervous System. Central nervous system (CNS) brain and spinal cord

By chinue
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2 From DNA to Proteins

2 From DNA to Proteins

2 From DNA to Proteins. I . Basic Unit of Life: The Cell A . Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes B . Macromolecules 1 . Lipids 2 . Polysaccharides 3 . Proteins 4 . Nucleic Acids II . Central Dogma of Molecular Biology III . DNA Replication

By ivana
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GLYCOLYSIS

GLYCOLYSIS

GLYCOLYSIS. DR AMINA TARIQ BIOCHEMISTRY. Also called Embden Meyerhof Pathway. It is the oxidation of glucose or glycogen to pyruvate or Lactate. BIOMEDICAL IMPORTANCE. It is the major Pathway for Glucose metabolism. It occurs in the cytosol of all cells.

By verlee
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Gene Regulation

Gene Regulation

Gene Regulation. Structure and Function = Genetic Information + EXPRESSION of info! Ch’s 18 & 19 (347-372). Review (RNA synthesis - pgs 309-313). Define: Promoter – Terminator – TATA Box – Intron – Exon –. Expression of genetic information controls: Cell Products Metabolism

By afram
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Lecture 17

Lecture 17

Lecture 17. Working with nucleic acids. The Genetic Code. Tools for understanding the genetic code/function. Restriction endonucleases DNA polymerases/enzymes PCR Plasmids Site directed mutagenesis Northern and Southern blotting Yeast two-hybrid system DNA microarrays.

By ofira
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Center for Translational Neuroscience 	 Seminar Series

Center for Translational Neuroscience Seminar Series

Center for Translational Neuroscience Seminar Series. Tuesday , July 9, 12 noon Rayford Auditorium, Biomed II Bldg. “ Review of: Up -regulation of neuronal calcium sensor-1 (NCS1) in the prefrontal cortex of schizophrenic and bipolar patients ” Stasia D’Onofrio

By erasto
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Lecture 8 Chromatography in proteomics Affinity Ion Exchange Reversed-phase

Lecture 8 Chromatography in proteomics Affinity Ion Exchange Reversed-phase

Lecture 8 Chromatography in proteomics Affinity Ion Exchange Reversed-phase. Affinity Chromatography. Principles of Affinity Chromatography. Affinity chromatography is based on biospecific binding interactions between a ligand chemically bound (immobilised) to the

By gaenor
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Summary of methods to assess mRNA stability in eukaryotic cells

Summary of methods to assess mRNA stability in eukaryotic cells

Summary of methods to assess mRNA stability in eukaryotic cells. mRNA degradative activities in mammalian cells Decapping DCP2 which binds RNA as a prerequisite for cap recognition. DCP1 augments DCP2 activity LSM (SM-LIKE) PROTEINS augment DCP2 activity

By garran
(120 views)

Glucagon

Glucagon

Glucagon. What: 29 amino acid peptide Where: a cells of pancreas When: low blood glucose in response to adrenalin (stress). Glucagon receptor. What: 7 transmembrane, G protein coupled Where: liver, adipocytes, and elsewhere (brain, pancreas a cells)

By oksana
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Pathophysiology: 病理生理学

Pathophysiology: 病理生理学

The involvement of G proteins and regulators of receptor–G protein coupling in the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of mood disorders. Pathophysiology: 病理生理学. Mood disorder. 单极情绪紊乱 如抑郁症 ,狂躁症等 多极情绪紊乱( bipolar mood disorder )躁狂发作 (manicepisode) 与忧郁发作 (depressiveepisode) 交互或混合地出现.

By fergal
(298 views)

Comparative Genomics and the Evolution of Animal Diversity

Comparative Genomics and the Evolution of Animal Diversity

Comparative Genomics and the Evolution of Animal Diversity. Chapter 19.

By masato
(181 views)

Muscles

Muscles

Muscles. Smooth muscle. Found in the walls of hollow organs and the blood vessels Lack striations Contain less myosin Cannot generate as much tension as striated muscle Can contract over a great range of lengths. No T tubule system No well developed sarcoplasmic reticulum

By fox
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Summary

Summary

promoter. gene. p 2. B 1. a 12 , d 12. determine transcription rate. p 3. a 23 , d 23. F k. B 2. p k. a 24 , d 24. p 4. Expression = F k (Q 1 , Q 2 , Q 3 ) , where Q i is state of binding site B i. attach/detach. influence. p 1. B 3. a 31 , d 31. Legend:. p j. B i.

By chill
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Comparative Genomics and the Evolution of Animal Diversity

Comparative Genomics and the Evolution of Animal Diversity

Comparative Genomics and the Evolution of Animal Diversity. 03 生科一班第二组 曾莹莹 200331060121. Outline. 1. Most animals have essentially the same genes. 2. Three ways gene expression is charged during evolution. 3. Experimental manipulations that alter animal morphology.

By lyle
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Unit 6: Regulatory Circuits

Unit 6: Regulatory Circuits

Unit 6: Regulatory Circuits. Gene Expression: From DNA to Protein. Replication (+repair). DNA. Transcription. hnRNA. Splicing. mRNA. Translation. Polypeptide. M. L. I. V. G. Folding, modification. Folded, mature Protein. Gene Expression: From DNA to Protein.

By pepper
(149 views)

10 주차 수업자료

10 주차 수업자료

10 주차 수업자료. Chapter 16. Regulation of Transcription in Prokaryotes. Regulation of gene expression. Transcription Access to coding DNA Recognition of promoter by RNA polymerase (alternative sigma factor for different genes) Initiation of RNA synthesis Elongation rate

By louise
(264 views)

dnalc/resources/3d/13-transcription-advanced.html

dnalc/resources/3d/13-transcription-advanced.html

Transcription. http://www.dnalc.org/resources/3d/13-transcription-advanced.html. mRNA Splicing. http://www.dnalc.org/resources/3d/rna-splicing.html. Translation. http://www.dnalc.org/resources/3d/16-translation-advanced.html. REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION IN PROKARYOTES.

By kurt
(189 views)

Chapter 18

Chapter 18

Chapter 18. On 2010-10-04 by Yeun-Kyu Jang. Regulation of Gene Expression. Overview: Conducting the Genetic Orchestra. Prokaryotes and eukaryotes alter gene expression in response to their changing environment

By camden-wright
(137 views)

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