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Outline

Outline

Outline How to build a phylogenetic tree: Sequence alignment Tree reconstruction How to read a tree ClustalX software clustalx.exe njplotWIN95.exe Phylogenetic marker genes 16S rRNA Sequence format FastA Demonstration BLAST search Alignment & tree reconstruction

By paul
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Prediction of Tight Turns In Protein

Prediction of Tight Turns In Protein

Prediction of Tight Turns In Protein Protein Sequence + G.P.S. Raghava, Ph.D., F.N.A.Sc. Scientist and Head Bioinformatics Centre Institute of Microbial Technology, Sector-39 A, Chandigarh, India Email:raghava@imtech.res.in Web: http://www.imtech.res.in/raghava/ Structure

By omer
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Mining the Genome

Mining the Genome

Mining the Genome Filip Železný ČVUT FEL, Prague Dept. of Cybernetics Gerstner Laboratory Intro Research at ČVUT FEL Dept. of Cybernetics Nature Inspired Technologies machine learning evolutionary computation Agent Computing Robotics Computer Vision EU Projects (6 FP)

By Sophia
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Potassium Channels

Potassium Channels

Potassium Channels Roger Thompson BSC5936 Membrane Biophysics Spring 2005 Florida State University Evolution of the superfamily of voltage-gated channels. Armstrong & Hille (1998)Neuron 20: 371-380 Structure Inner & Outer membrane face Layers of aromatic amino acids Tryptophan

By emily
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Computational Molecular Biology

Computational Molecular Biology

Computational Molecular Biology. Protein Structure: Introduction and Prediction. Protein Folding. One of the most important problem in molecular biology Given the one-dimensional amino-acid sequence that specifies the protein, what is the protein’s fold in three dimensions?. Overview.

By mike_john
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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Structure of Nucleic Acids Biochemistry by Reginald Garrett and Charles Grisham. Essential Question. What is the higher-order structure of DNA and RNA, and what methodologies have allowed scientists to probe these structures and the functions that derive from them?. Outline.

By Olivia
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Protein Structure

Protein Structure

Protein Structure. Protein Functions. Three examples of protein functions Catalysis: Almost all chemical reactions in a living cell are catalyzed by protein enzymes. Transport: Some proteins transports various substances, such as oxygen, ions, and so on.

By betty_james
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Chemical and Biosynthetic MethodsToward Mimicking Nature’s Strong Fiber: Spider Dragline Silk

Chemical and Biosynthetic MethodsToward Mimicking Nature’s Strong Fiber: Spider Dragline Silk

Chemical and Biosynthetic MethodsToward Mimicking Nature’s Strong Fiber: Spider Dragline Silk. Maren E. Buck Lynn Group 5/3/2007. Outline. Introduction to spider silks and silk structure Biosynthetic methods to produce silk protein analogs Chemical methods to synthesize silk-like polymers

By Anita
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RNA structure can be specific, stable and complex. 	(As a result, RNA mediates specific recognition 	and catalytic reac

RNA structure can be specific, stable and complex. (As a result, RNA mediates specific recognition and catalytic reac

Patterns and principles of RNA structure. RNA structure can be specific, stable and complex. (As a result, RNA mediates specific recognition and catalytic reactions.) Principles/ideas--RNAs contain characteristic 2° and 3° motifs Secondary structure--stems, bulges & loops

By omer
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Motif Search and RNA Structure Prediction

Motif Search and RNA Structure Prediction

Lesson 9. Motif Search and RNA Structure Prediction. Instructions for the final project Introduction to Bioinformatics 2017-18. Key dates 26.12 lists of suggested projects published *

By albert
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Non-coding RNA

Non-coding RNA

Non-coding RNA. William Liu CS374: Algorithms in Biology November 23, 2004 . Non-Coding RNA. Background Basics Biology Overview Why ncRNA - Central Dogma? Problem Space HMM/sCFG Solution Paper Pair HMMs on Tree Structures Alignment of Trees, Structural Alignment

By tyne
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Proteins - Many Structures, Many Functions

Proteins - Many Structures, Many Functions

Proteins - Many Structures, Many Functions. A polypeptide is a polymer of amino acids connected to a specific sequence 2. A protein’s function depends on its specific conformation. Protein Objectives.

By barth
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Protein Structure

Protein Structure

King Saud University College of Pharmacy Departments of Pharmaceutics/ Pharmacognosy PHG 424: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. Protein Structure. Ibrahim A. Alsarra, Ph.D. Professor of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. Outlines. Introduction Protein Structure Protein Folding Protein Stability

By charlton
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Proteins: structure, translation, etc.

Proteins: structure, translation, etc.

Proteins: structure, translation, etc. 2-1. Structure of proteins - amino acids, peptide bond, primary-quaternary structures, disulfide bond Protein synthesis protein translation, co-translational folding, stalling, etc. Protein folding and unfolding

By suki
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Structure and stability of globular proteins.

Structure and stability of globular proteins.

Structure and stability of globular proteins. Aliphatic amino acids and Gly. Cyclic Imino Acid: Proline. Hydroxyl amino acids. Acidic amino acids. Amide amino acids. Basic amino acids. Histidine. Sulfur-containing amino acids. Aromatic amino acids.

By alec
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Chemistry 501 Handout 4 The Three-Dimensional Structure of Proteins Chapter 4

Chemistry 501 Handout 4 The Three-Dimensional Structure of Proteins Chapter 4

Dep. of Chemistry & Biochemistry Prof. Indig. Chemistry 501 Handout 4 The Three-Dimensional Structure of Proteins Chapter 4. Lehninger. Principles of Biochemistry. by Nelson and Cox, 5 th Edition; W.H. Freeman and Company. A protein’s conformation is stabilized

By dai
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Protein structure

Protein structure

Protein structure. Primary structure, summary. Amino acids joined together by peptide bonds Order of amino acids determines structure Properties of peptide bonds: Planar Rotation around C α Steric hindrance. Secondary structure. Protein Secondary Structure. Regular repeating structure

By kana
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Protein Structure 101

Protein Structure 101

Protein Structure 101. Alexey Onufriev, Virginia Tech www.cs.vt.edu/~onufriev. Proteins play key roles in a living system. Three (out of many many) examples of protein functions Catalysis: Almost all chemical reactions in a living cell are catalyzed by protein enzymes.

By gloriann
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Protein 3-Dimensional Structure and Function

Protein 3-Dimensional Structure and Function

Protein 3-Dimensional Structure and Function. Terminology. Conformation – spatial arrangement of atoms in a protein Native conformation – conformation of functional protein. Protein Classification. Simple – composed only of amino acid residues Conjugated – contain prosthetic groups

By khuyen
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Unit 1: Nutrients & Digestion

Unit 1: Nutrients & Digestion

Unit 1: Nutrients & Digestion. Chapter 1. Unit 1: Nutrients & Digestion. Unit 1 Objectives: Review the 6 basic nutrients and investigate their function Revisit the various digestive systems Comprehend the functions of the digestive anatomy of monogastrics and ruminants.

By vidor
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