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Lecture 14 Secondary Structure Prediction

Lecture 14 Secondary Structure Prediction

C. E. N. T. E. R. F. O. R. I. N. T. E. G. R. A. T. I. V. E. B. I. O. I. N. F. O. R. M. A. T. I. C. S. V. U. Lecture 14 Secondary Structure Prediction. Bioinformatics Center IBIVU. Protein structure . Linus Pauling (1951).

By LeeJohn
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Common Process Compounds and Methods of Removal or Purification

Common Process Compounds and Methods of Removal or Purification

Common Process Compounds and Methods of Removal or Purification. What Will Change During Scale-up? Process Development Considerations. Utility requirements Water requirement Cleaning/Sanitizing solution requirements Buffer prep Number of steps in cell culture scale up Harvest techniques

By HarrisCezar
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CS 177 DNA, RNA, protein overview

CS 177 DNA, RNA, protein overview

CS 177 DNA, RNA, protein overview. DNA RNA Mutations Amino acids, protein structure. DNA, RNA, protein overview. Questions about the genome in an organism: How much DNA, how many nucleotides? How many genes are there? What types of proteins appear to be coded by these genes?.

By adamdaniel
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Protein Classification

Protein Classification

Protein Classification. A comparison of function inference techniques . Why do we need automated classification?. Sequencing a genome is only the first step. Between 35-50% of the proteins in sequenced genomes have no assigned functionality.

By Sophia
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MolNav: A tool for visualizing protein disorder

MolNav: A tool for visualizing protein disorder

MolNav: A tool for visualizing protein disorder. Chris Crosetto 1 , Keith Dunker 1 , Tanguy Le Gall 1 , Randy Heiland 2 , Charles Moad 2 1 -Molecular Kinetics, Inc., 2 -IU Pervasive Technology Labs Contact: kedunker@iupui.edu, heiland@iupui.edu

By Lucy
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Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins

Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins

Third Year Organic Chemistry. CO-303 Natural Product Chemistry. Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins . Convener : Dr. Fawaz Aldabbagh. Primary, Secondary, Tertiary and Quaternary structures of Proteins.

By marlee
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Lecture 1. WET METHODS OF CARBOHYDRATE ANALYSES

Lecture 1. WET METHODS OF CARBOHYDRATE ANALYSES

Lecture 1. WET METHODS OF CARBOHYDRATE ANALYSES. Nomenclature of Carbohydrates . D, L Defines the configuration at C5 D has the OH at Right in Fischer projection L has the OH at Left in Fischer projection

By Gabriel
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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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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7 . Eggs. Composition of eggs. Composition of Eggs - egg white (albumen). Water (~88%) CHO (~1%) mainly glucose, may cause brown discoloration in dried eggs and hard cooked eggs (Millard reaction) Fat (trace) . Composition of Eggs - egg white (albumen).

By sol
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Cytochrom P450, Polymorphism, Transporters

Cytochrom P450, Polymorphism, Transporters

Cytochrom P450, Polymorphism, Transporters. Absorption and Metabolism. Nutricients as wells as xenobiotics enter the blood circulation via the portal vein from the small intestine and reach the liver. Here, a series of biochemical conversions of all substances are carried out.

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Chapter 3 Lecture Outline See PowerPoint Image Slides for all figures and tables pre-inserted into

Chapter 3 Lecture Outline See PowerPoint Image Slides for all figures and tables pre-inserted into

Chapter 3 Lecture Outline See PowerPoint Image Slides for all figures and tables pre-inserted into PowerPoint without notes. Organic Chemistry. All organic molecules contain carbon. Inorganic molecules do not contain carbon. Biochemistry is the chemistry of living things.

By kalei
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Lecture 4: Fluorescence

Lecture 4: Fluorescence

Lecture 4: Fluorescence. UV/Visible and CD are Absorption techniques: The electron absorbs energy from the photon, gets to an excited state . But what happens after that?. The electron can be completely kicked out of it’s orbital (which we can detect as a current – think PMT).

By vivek
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Protein Structure 2

Protein Structure 2

Protein Structure 2. Higher Order Protein Structures. Hierarchy of Protein Structure. Primary sequence - The amino acid sequence of a polypeptide, listed from N-terminus to C-terminus.

By anthea
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How NMR is Used for the Study of Bio-macromolecules

How NMR is Used for the Study of Bio-macromolecules

02/04/09. How NMR is Used for the Study of Bio-macromolecules. Analytical biochemistry Comparative analysis Interactions between biomolecules Structure determination Biomolecular dynamics from NMR. “Dynamic Personalities of Proteins” K. Henzler-Wildman & D. Kern

By said
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PIG - enzymes

PIG - enzymes

PIG - enzymes. What are enzymes? [3]. 3 of the following:. Biological catalysts Globular proteins Increase the rate of (chemical) reaction Complimentary substrate shape to its active site Have an active site. What is activation energy? [2]. Energy ‘barrier’

By elina
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Protein Structure Prediction

Protein Structure Prediction

Protein Structure Prediction. Protein Sequence +. Dr. G.P.S. Raghava. Structure. Protein Structure Prediction. Experimental Techniques X-ray Crystallography NMR Limitations of Current Experimental Techniques Protein DataBank (PDB) -> 23000 protein structures

By raechel
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PRIONS Defn: small pr oteinaceous i nfectious particles that resist inactivation by procedures that modify viruses an

PRIONS Defn: small pr oteinaceous i nfectious particles that resist inactivation by procedures that modify viruses an

PRIONS Defn: small pr oteinaceous i nfectious particles that resist inactivation by procedures that modify viruses and nucleic acids. Prion / Amyloid Diseases. Prion Diseases High levels of misfolded prion proteins Transmissible. Scrapie BSE Kuru Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

By timberly
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RNA Folding Simulation

RNA Folding Simulation

RNA Folding Simulation. RNA Folding Simulation. Giff Ransom Comp 259 UNC Chapel Hill. Scientific Background. RNA molecules are single stranded copies of a segment of a gene in the DNA.

By andeana
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Analysis of Biological System

Analysis of Biological System

Analysis of Biological System. Despite of all their complexity, an understanding of biological system can be simplified by analyzing the system at several different levels: the cell level: microbiology, cell biology; the molecular level: biochemistry, molecular biology ;

By miranda
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APPLICATION OF PHOTON CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY IN SOFT MATTER RESEARCH

APPLICATION OF PHOTON CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY IN SOFT MATTER RESEARCH

APPLICATION OF PHOTON CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY IN SOFT MATTER RESEARCH. Irena Drevenšek - Olenik Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana and J. Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia. LIGHT SCATTERING WITH COHERENT SOURCE. Random diffraction pattern (speckle pattern ).

By aiko
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