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What is RNA splicing?

What is RNA splicing?

What is RNA splicing?. Jean Beggs Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology University of Edinburgh. transcription. messenger RNA (mRNA). translation. protein. Genetic information is transferred from genes to the proteins they encode via a “messenger” RNA intermediate. DNA. GENE.

By amaris
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Combined analysis Bayesian consensus

Combined analysis Bayesian consensus

Combined analysis Bayesian consensus. 100. Neurospora crassa. 100. Chaetomium globosum. 100. Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Dikaryofungi 100%. Pneumocystis carinii. 100. Schizosaccharomyces pombe. 100. Coprinopsis cinerea. 100. Phanerochaete chrysosporium. 100. Cryptococcus neoformans.

By zhen
(165 views)

Alcohols for fuel: Biological energy to usable energy

Alcohols for fuel: Biological energy to usable energy

Alcohols for fuel: Biological energy to usable energy. Beth Papanek. Three main alcohols:. Methanol Ethanol Butanol. History of Ethanol. biofuelsdigest.com. Potential Yield. History of Butanol. Produced commercially starting in the 1920’s. Source: Hans Blaschek. Ethanol vs. Butanol.

By jenny
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Statistical Machine Learning and Computational Biology

Statistical Machine Learning and Computational Biology

Statistical Machine Learning and Computational Biology. Michael I. Jordan University of California, Berkeley November 5, 2007. Statistical Modeling in Biology. Motivated by underlying stochastic phenomena thermodynamics recombination mutation environment Motivated by our ignorance

By gil
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Modularity and Community Structure in Networks*

Modularity and Community Structure in Networks*

Modularity and Community Structure in Networks*. M.E.J Newman in PNAS 2006. Networks. A network: presented by a graph G( V,E ): V = nodes, E = edges (link node pairs) Examples of real-life networks: social networks (V = people) World Wide Web (V= webpages )

By selena
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Kingdom Fungi

Kingdom Fungi

Kingdom Fungi. 20 Page 528. Kingdom Fungi. > 80,000 species Terrestrial, aquatic, marine Most (known) Fungi are terrestrial. Kingdom Fungi. Important decomposers in ecosystems Recycle nutrients. Fungi. Parasitic/Pathogenic fungi Athlete’s foot

By byron
(465 views)

Methods

Methods

Biology Core Curriculum, University of Wisconsin-Madison. D. Chen, R. Hommen, M. Kjetland , L . Loegering , M. Sunny. Results. Abstract. Discussion.

By orpah
(173 views)

Writing accessible abstracts

Writing accessible abstracts

Writing accessible abstracts. Alicia Cresswell Writing Development Centre. Structure of session. What is an abstract? Types of abstract Content, audience and purpose Audience of conference abstracts Structure of the abstract Evaluating abstracts Further reading and resources.

By eldon
(160 views)

Fermentation of Chocolate

Fermentation of Chocolate

Fermentation of Chocolate. Tommy Kaczocha. How is chocolate made. Once the bagged seeds arrive at their destination, the manufacturer's processing mill, they are cleaned to remove foreign material. Next, they are roasted, to loosen their husks, which are then are blown away.

By kaida
(161 views)

Brendon Ursomanno and Christina Moawad

Brendon Ursomanno and Christina Moawad

The effect of time on the gene expression of INM1 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae given cell growth concentration . Brendon Ursomanno and Christina Moawad.

By polly
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Brendon Ursomanno and Christina Moawad

Brendon Ursomanno and Christina Moawad

The influence of bipolar drugs on the phospholipid biosynthetic pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Brendon Ursomanno and Christina Moawad.

By bran
(205 views)

Case study: Saccharomyces cerevisiae grown under two different conditions

Case study: Saccharomyces cerevisiae grown under two different conditions

Oryza group Arjan , Claire, Robert & Ruud. Case study: Saccharomyces cerevisiae grown under two different conditions RNAseq data plataform: Illumina

By vahe
(117 views)

Results

Results

Information Extraction as Link Prediction: Using Curated Citation Networks to Improve Gene Detection Andrew Arnold and William W. Cohen Machine Learning Department, Carnegie Mellon University. Introduction. Data. Experiment.

By lysa
(88 views)

Examination of Microorganisms

Examination of Microorganisms

Examination of Microorganisms. 1. Fungi. Unicellular organisms Can be seen forming colonies Contain cell walls Yeasts 10 – 100 μm Molds @ 7 μm Examples Penicillium (1) Aspergillus (2) Rhizopus (3) Saccharomyces (Yeast). 2. 3. 4. Protozoa. Unicellular @150μm No cell walls

By trudy
(88 views)

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT. THE COMPARISON OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL. CHARACTERISTICS OF COCONUT OIL FROM GREEN COCONUT PROCESSED BY EVAPORATION AND FERMENTATION WITH BAKER. YEAST. TITI AGNI HUTAHAEN. There are two methods of coconut oil processing, dry and wet processes. The

By stu
(191 views)

Uses of Cloned Genes sequencing reagents (eg, probes) protein production

Uses of Cloned Genes sequencing reagents (eg, probes) protein production

Expression of Recombinant Proteins. Uses of Cloned Genes sequencing reagents (eg, probes) protein production insufficient natural quantities modify/mutagenesis library screening . Expression Vector Features gene dosage strong promoter regulatable promoter translation signals, etc

By miette
(85 views)

Plants and People

Plants and People

Plants and People. Beer-making. Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy ---Benjamin Franklin. Beer has been brewed for millennia. Beer is one way of “saving” carbohydrates from grain. Safer than water…. FERMENTATION. Sugar . Carbon dioxide + ethanol. Types of Beer. Ales.

By coral
(165 views)

Pathway Modeling and Problem Solving Environments

Pathway Modeling and Problem Solving Environments

Pathway Modeling and Problem Solving Environments. Cliff Shaffer Department of Computer Science Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA 24061. The Fundamental Goal of Molecular Cell Biology. Application: Cell Cycle Modeling. How do cells convert genes into behavior? Create proteins from genes

By gore
(87 views)

Solid-state Fermentation by using DFM(Direct-fed Microorganism) for Feed & Feed-additives

Solid-state Fermentation by using DFM(Direct-fed Microorganism) for Feed & Feed-additives

Solid-state Fermentation by using DFM(Direct-fed Microorganism) for Feed & Feed-additives. Application of Solid-state Fermentation. Foods: Functional-foods and Food-ingredients Livestock: Probiotics Agricultural Area: Bio-fertilizer Pharmaceuticals: Functional Bio-active Ingredients.

By nanda
(942 views)

THE CELL CYCLE AND CANCER

THE CELL CYCLE AND CANCER

THE CELL CYCLE AND CANCER. 2.5.2: State that tumours (cancers) are the result of uncontrolled cell division, and that these can occur in any organ or tissue. Cell division and cancer. Which karyotype is the bladder cancer cell?.

By jenski
(128 views)

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