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MDMS-A Web Tool to Manage & Analyze Gene Expression Microarray Data

MDMS-A Web Tool to Manage & Analyze Gene Expression Microarray Data

MDMS-A Web Tool to Manage & Analyze Gene Expression Microarray Data Sachin Mathur Overview Steps in analysis of Gene Expression Microarray Data Preprocessing Filtering Statistical Analysis Machine Learning & Data Mining (Clustering) Functional Analysis Data Analysis features in MDMS

By libitha
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FERMENTABLE NITROGEN

FERMENTABLE NITROGEN

FERMENTABLE NITROGEN Key to successful fermentations! Barry H. Gump, Ph.D. Professor of Beverage Management Florida International University Co-Pi – VESTA (Viticulture & Enology Science & Technology Alliance) FERMENTABLE NITROGEN

By Faraday
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Protein

Protein

Protein Protein Surprisingly little is known about protein and health but some recommendations Adults need 0.8 grams of protein/kg of body weight per day to keep from slowly breaking down their own tissues Just over 7 grams of protein are needed for every 20 pounds of body weight Protein

By Gabriel
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Neurobiology and Pharmacological Treatment of Pathological Gambling

Neurobiology and Pharmacological Treatment of Pathological Gambling

Neurobiology and Pharmacological Treatment of Pathological Gambling . Jon E. Grant, JD, MD, MPH Associate Professor University of Minnesota School of Medicine Minneapolis, MN. Disclosure Information. I have the following financial relationships to disclose:

By KeelyKia
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by Laurence Caron March 13th 2008

by Laurence Caron March 13th 2008

Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry and the Treatment of Disease. by Laurence Caron March 13th 2008 . Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry. Jaouen, G. Bioorganometallics , 2006, 1st Ed. pp. 1-32 Orvig, C. Abrams, M.J. Chem. Rev. 1999 , 99 , 2201. Outline.

By medwin
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The Cell Cycle

The Cell Cycle

The Cell Cycle. 13.3 Mutations. Mutations – heritable changes in genetic information (changes to the DNA sequence) Two types - gene and chromosomal mutations Mutations can be caused by chemical or physical agents (mutagens)

By paul
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Chemistry of Nitrogen-containing Organic Compounds

Chemistry of Nitrogen-containing Organic Compounds

Chemistry of Nitrogen-containing Organic Compounds. FSF = Full Structural Formula. Key Areas. Functional group – name and structure Characteristic chemical reactions - type - reactants - products - conditions - mechanism. Nitrogen-containing Functional Groups.

By jacob
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Genetics & Biological Polymers RNA/DNA

Genetics & Biological Polymers RNA/DNA

Genetics & Biological Polymers RNA/DNA. Large Organic Macromolecules. Proteins/ Enzymes. How are proteins & RNA/DNA related? Amino Acids. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQZQiEdOPJY. Amino Acids Legos of Chemical Biology.

By Pat_Xavi
(407 views)

Bioinformatics Algorithms and Data Structures

Bioinformatics Algorithms and Data Structures

Bioinformatics Algorithms and Data Structures. Chapter 14.1-5: Multiple String Comparisons Lecturer: Dr. Rose Slides by: Dr. Rose March 1, 2007. Multiple String Comparisons. Q: Why are we interesting in multiple string comparisons? A: At one level we are data-mining.

By liam
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Chapter 4 – Carbon Chemistry

Chapter 4 – Carbon Chemistry

Chapter 4 – Carbon Chemistry. Section 1: Properties of Carbon. Because of its unique ability to combine in many ways with itself and other elements, carbon has a central role in the chemistry of living organisms. Carbon Atoms and Bonding

By paul2
(246 views)

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism. Chem 454: Biochemistry II University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. We Are Here. Amino acid metabolism. Urea Cycle. Introduction. Proteins are degraded into amino acids. Protein turnover is tightly regulated.

By Thomas
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Who am I?

Who am I?

Who am I?. 1. I collect an amino acid and take it to the mRNA strand. Who am I?. 2. I am an ion containing both positively and negatively charged groups. Who am I?. 3. I am a bifunctional compound with a carboxylic acid and amine group. Who am I?. 4. I am a hormone produced in the pancreas.

By benjamin
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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
(233 views)

Basic Molecular Biology

Basic Molecular Biology

Basic Molecular Biology. Many slides by Omkar Deshpande. Overview. Structures of biomolecules Central Dogma of Molecular Biology Overview of this course Computer scientists vs Biologists.

By paul
(218 views)

MCB 5472

MCB 5472

MCB 5472. Types of Selection. Peter Gogarten Office: BSP 404 phone: 860 486-4061, Email: gogarten@uconn.edu. Very old exercises:. Write a program that it uses hashes to calculates mono-, di-, tri-, and quartet-nucleotide frequencies in a genome. Go over tetraA.pl. Old exercises:.

By johana
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Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. Jessica Hawley. Objectives. Identify and compare DNA and RNA. Explain the three types of RNA. Demonstrate understanding using codon and anticodon sequences. Protein Synthesis. Protein Synthesis. dna. DNA contains genes sequences of nucleotide bases

By JasminFlorian
(234 views)

GENETICS

GENETICS

GENETICS. GENETICS. Cells divide and pass on instructions coded in DNA of chromosomes Each chromosome is a huge DNA molecule with coded information DNA replicates to pass on information DNA is transcribed to make proteins that run cell metabolism

By Mia_John
(223 views)

Dayhoff Model:

Dayhoff Model:

Dayhoff Model:. Accepted Point Mutation (PAM) Arthur W. Chou Spring 2008 Clark University. Dr. Margaret Oakley Dayhoff (1925-1983). PhD in Chemistry, Columbia University, 1947 Watson Computing Laboratory Fellow 1947 - 48 Atlas of Protein Sequence and Structure 1965 - 1978

By Olivia
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Nutrition in CRRT Do the losses exceed the delivery?

Nutrition in CRRT Do the losses exceed the delivery?

Nutrition in CRRT Do the losses exceed the delivery?. Timothy E. Bunchman. Nutrition in MOSF. What are the needs of the patient due to presence of MOSF? Protein Carbohydrate Lipids What are the losses of the patient due to the therapy of CRRT?. Protein & Amino Acid Metabolism.

By Thomas
(348 views)

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism. Chem 454: Biochemistry II University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Introduction. Proteins are degraded into amino acids. Protein turnover is tightly regulated. First step in protein degradation is the removal of the nitrogen

By Jims
(670 views)

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