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USC Addiction and Violence Research Center

USC Addiction and Violence Research Center

USC Addiction and Violence Research Center. Jean C. Shih, Ph.D. School of Pharmacy University of Southern California. The First Structure of MAOB (Nat. Struc. Bol. 2002). MAO A- inhibitor interaction . MAO B Gene Regulation. Stress Inflammatory cytokines growth factors. PMA.

By ostinmannual
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Using NOD and Toll-Like Receptor 3 (TLR3) Knockout Mice in Type 1 Diabetes Research

Using NOD and Toll-Like Receptor 3 (TLR3) Knockout Mice in Type 1 Diabetes Research

Using NOD and Toll-Like Receptor 3 (TLR3) Knockout Mice in Type 1 Diabetes Research. Tiffany Osemwengie. General Type-1 Diabetes Information. Type 1 diabetes mellitus is a chronic autoimmune disease that results in the destruction of the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas.

By Audrey
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Biochemical Pathways

Biochemical Pathways

Biochemical Pathways. One Gene, One Polypeptide. In the 1930’s, Beadle and Tatum did a series of experiments that went a long ways towards showing what genes actually do. The catchphrase that comes from their work is: “One gene, one polypeptide”. That is, each gene codes for a polypeptide.

By paul
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Biochemical Pathways

Biochemical Pathways

Biochemical Pathways. One Gene, One Polypeptide. In the 1930’s, Beadle and Tatum did a series of experiments that went a long ways towards showing what genes actually do. The catchphrase that comes from their work is: “One gene, one polypeptide”. That is, each gene codes for a polypeptide.

By elina
(237 views)

Biochemical Control of the Cell Cycle

Biochemical Control of the Cell Cycle

Biochemical Control of the Cell Cycle. BNS230. Lecture programme. Three lectures Aims Describe the cell cycle Discuss the importance of the cell cycle Discuss how the cycle is regulated. Cell division. 15 hours. M phase. G 0 state. G 2 phase. G 1 phase. 12 hours. S-phase

By benjamin
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Genomes

Genomes

Genomes. http://www.ornl.gov. Each cell within an organism contains a complete genome, but only deploys a fraction of the genes. Positive: selective activation of a gene at a particular place and time to produce a gene product

By janae
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Proline -rich proteins (PRPs)

Proline -rich proteins (PRPs)

Proline -rich proteins (PRPs). Nan Jiang. Plant cell wall proteins Structural proteins Hydroxyproline -rich glycoproteins (HRGPs) Proline -rich proteins (PRPs) Research paper. Plant cell wall proteins. Structural proteins: the major part of cell wall proteins

By tory
(293 views)

Lessons From Clinical Trials of Targeted Therapies for Cancer

Lessons From Clinical Trials of Targeted Therapies for Cancer

Lessons From Clinical Trials of Targeted Therapies for Cancer. George W. Sledge M.D. Indiana University Simon Cancer Cente r. What is Targeted Therapy?. Well-defined molecular target Target is correlated with tumor biology

By colby
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Popcorn and Sorghum Studies by USDA “Ag Lab” in 2013

Popcorn and Sorghum Studies by USDA “Ag Lab” in 2013

Popcorn and Sorghum Studies by USDA “Ag Lab” in 2013. P. F. Dowd, E.T. Johnson, and S.E. Sattler. USDA / ARS, Peoria, IL and USDA/ARS, Lincoln, NE. Presented at the CIIGA Irrigation Clinic, Havana, IL, February 13, 2014. Corn Borer Damage Colonized by Fusarium spp.

By dyre
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The LightScanner ® System

The LightScanner ® System

The LightScanner ® System. Achieve High Throughput Mutation Discovery and Genotyping. The LightScanner System. The LightScanner System enables High Resolution Melting (Hi-Res Melting™). Hi-Res Melting is a post PCR technique for homogenous mutation discovery and scanning.

By toki
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Introduction to Molecular Genetics

Introduction to Molecular Genetics

Introduction to Molecular Genetics. Rowan University Spring Semester Mrs. Patricia Sidelsky 2008. Regulatory RNAs. http://www.dnalc.org/ddnalc/dna_today/episodes/5/episode5.html. Molecular Genetics. Molecular genetics and molecular biology are almost synonomous terms A “ hybrid” science

By galen
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Obesity Epidemic?

Obesity Epidemic?

Obesity Epidemic?. Detail of chromosome 15 From the obesity map database. Bacchus, Peter Paul Reubens, 1638. Recent Increases in Obesity. 1985: <15% obese 2000: >30% obese. Is obesity a disease?. -not all obese people have poor health. What’s causing this unusual Increase in obesity?.

By redford
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Chromosomes and Inheritance

Chromosomes and Inheritance

Chromosomes and Inheritance. Thomas Hunt Morgan. The common fruit fly – Drosophila melanogaster. Gene Linkage. Each chromosome has hundreds or thousands of genes.

By elsa
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Genetic Fine Structure

Genetic Fine Structure

Genetic Fine Structure . Nature of the Gene at the Molecular Level. Bead Theory. The gene is the fundamental unit of Structure The gene is indivisible by crossing over. Crossing over occurs only between genes. . Bead Theory. The gene is the fundamental unit of 2. Change

By zwi
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THE GENE

THE GENE

THE GENE. What information does the gene possess?. The genetic approach. Before the discovery of the importance of DNA geneticists managed to determine what information is represented in the gene. Image Credits: Nobelprize.org. Neurospora crassa. Beedle and Tatum (1940) .

By ismael
(147 views)

ABE Summer Workshop 2005

ABE Summer Workshop 2005

ABE Summer Workshop 2005. Southern & Western Blotting. Goals with Southern Blot. Using specific PDI gene probes: Identify PDI genes in wild type Arabidopsis plants. Determine the status of PDI genes in T-DNA Arabidopsis mutants. . Southern Blot Process. Restriction digestion: breaks up DNA.

By anatola
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Genetic Control of Organ Size in Fruit Flies

Genetic Control of Organ Size in Fruit Flies

Team C. Genetic Control of Organ Size in Fruit Flies. Amir Blocker & Olga Bernal. Objectives . (I) To observe field flies and lab flies. (II) To understand how a tumor suppressor gene regulates fly wing size. Hypothesis . (I) Field flies are the same as lab flies.

By feleti
(163 views)

FUNGAL VIRULENCE FACTORS IN OCULAR INFECTIONS

FUNGAL VIRULENCE FACTORS IN OCULAR INFECTIONS

FUNGAL VIRULENCE FACTORS IN OCULAR INFECTIONS. Philip A. Thomas MD, PhD, MAMS, FABMS, FIMSA Dept. of Ocular Microbiology Institute of Ophthalmology Joseph Eye Hospital, Tiruchirapalli 620001, INDIA.

By roosevelt
(108 views)

The Immune System

The Immune System

Chapter 43. The Immune System. © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Overview: Recognition and Response. Pathogens , agents that cause disease, infect a wide range of animals, including humans The immune system recognizes foreign bodies and responds with the production of immune cells and proteins

By chaela
(320 views)

BUNGA

BUNGA

BUNGA. (FLOS). Hery Purnobasuki. - Konsep bunga ?  tidak ada fosil. - Homolog dengan pucuk vegetatif dan daun hijau. - Berkembang dari sistem cabang ?. - Dipandang sebagai suatu batang atau cabang pendek yang berdaun dan telah mengalami perubahan bentuk . STRUKTUR BUNGA.

By sibley
(62 views)

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