Figure S1. Potential Male ANKA Proteins in Dd2 ( M1, Figure 4B ). A. ANKA. ♂. Dd2. NF54 ( DTg V ). ♀. Conserved Female Proteins in Dd2 and NF54 found in Female ANKA ( F1, Figure 4E ). ♂. Potential Male ANKA Proteins in NF54 ( M2, Figure 4D ). ♀.By kimo
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What is the connection between genes (DNA) & phenotype? IOW, how, exactly, do genes determine who we are?. Proteins, Proteins, Proteins! Many are structural in nature, but most traits are determined by enzymes (or lack thereof!) Transcription & translation link genes to proteins
PROTEINS. PROTEINS. Organic compounds Acid and amino group * nitrogen**** * side group. AMINO ACID STRUCTURE. AMINO ACID EXAMPLES. AMINO ACIDS. Basic building blocks of protein 20 amino acids 9 essential or indispensable-2 totally essential
Fibrous. Proteins. 1 o structure. amino acid sequence. - helix -sheet. H - bonding between C = O and N - H of backbone. 2 o structure. +. -. some proteins only have 1 o and 2 o structure:. fibroin (silk). -sheet. insoluble in H 2 O. hair skin.
……say: ( all ) good things are made lawful for you, so eat of that which they catch for you and mention Allah’s name upon it…… 4-TheTable Spread. Proteins. Digestion and absorption. Proteolytic enzymes. Proteolytic enzymes. Classification of Proteases. Exopeptidases
Proteins. Digestion and absorption. Proteolytic enzymes. Exopeptidases. Endopeptidases. Pepsin Trypsin Chymotrysin Elastase. Polypeptidases Aminopeptidases carboxypeptidases Tripeptidases Dipeptidases. Stomach. H+. Exocrine pancreas. CCK. Secretin. Zymogens.
Proteins. Used in variety of cellular functions Made of smaller amino acids Monomer: Amino acid Polymer: Protein Only 20 amino acids… but thousands of proteins Exact arrangement of amino acids determines the protein. Protein Basics. leucine. valine. glycine. alanine. leucine. leucine.
Proteins. OVERVIEW. 1.Physiological characteristics 2. Measurement: serum protein and electrophoresis 3. Serum protein abnormalities 4. Fibrinogen. Physiological Characteristics. Proteins.
AMINO ACIDS. Amino acids are considered to be amphiprotic because they possess both anacidic terminus (carboxyl group) and a basic terminus (amino group).Depending on their variable R\' group, they can be classified in two main ways:Acidic versus basicPolar (water-soluble) vs. Non-polar (lipid
Proteins. Assumed Knowledge. Amino acid structures and properties Secondary structure ( α -helix and β -sheet). Protein synthesis occurs on ribosomes (cytoplasm ) – covered in the genetics presentation Functions of proteins. Amino Acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins