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The Cloning of Atrolysin A from Crotalus atrox

The Cloning of Atrolysin A from Crotalus atrox

The Cloning of Atrolysin A from Crotalus atrox. By AJ Goos & Kayla Ohrt. Atrolysin A. C omes from Crotalus atrox which is the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake. We have attained a tissue sample from the Kentucky Reptile Zoo.

By monet
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Supplementary Fig.1

Supplementary Fig.1

Supplementary Fig.1. The offspring of parental male EGFP mice mated with wild-type mice. M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16. 2000. 2000. 1 000. 1 000. 750. 750. 500. 500. 250. 250. 100. 100.

By nolen
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Bell ringer: Briefly describe DNA transcription and translation.

Bell ringer: Briefly describe DNA transcription and translation.

Bell ringer: Briefly describe DNA transcription and translation. Comparing DNA and RNA. Transcription + Translation = Protein Synthesis. Transcription. Takes place in the nucleus RNA polymerase unwinds helix One strand of DNA acts as a template for mRNA (messenger RNA)

By neveah
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A brief comment on nomenclature. A croe (coding region of an exon) is not exactly an exon

A brief comment on nomenclature. A croe (coding region of an exon) is not exactly an exon

A brief comment on nomenclature. A croe (coding region of an exon) is not exactly an exon Steve Mount ISMB SIG meeting on alternative splicing June 23, 2005. Detroit, Michigan.

By kamran
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Brown iGEM

Brown iGEM

Brown iGEM. international genetically engineered machines competition. August Update. 1/55. Brown iGEM 2007. Lead Sensor Tristable Switch iGEM Jamboree on November 4th at MIT. 2/55. Lead Sensor. Introduction Speaker: Deepa Galaiya. 3/55. General Design. Lead. Lead Detection.

By cala
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Problem

Problem

Problem. 1. You screen two libraries- cDNA; genomic 2. Clones are isolated having homology to PSY- 10 clones from each library 3. These are subcloned into pBluescript. 4. Protein expression is induced with IPTG and proteins separated by SDS-PAGE. Results: Genomic clones: 0/10 gave expression

By morwen
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UPV-UV Valencia iGEM 2006

UPV-UV Valencia iGEM 2006

UPV-UV Valencia iGEM 2006. Alfonso Jaramillo Ecole Polytechnique, Paris & InterTech (UPV). Summary of work plan. April: Training lectures, promotion, team building and funding. May/June: Prototype design. July/August: Parts & Devices construction & characterization. Redesign prototype.

By vicki
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More on translation

More on translation

More on translation. How DNA codes proteins. The primary structure of each protein (the sequence of amino acids in the polypeptide chains that make up a protein) is represented as a sequence of codons. Each codon is a triplet of nucleotides. Traditionally, codons are

By helmut
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mouse

mouse

A. coding region. Exon 3. Exon 4. 3’. 5’. +1. +2743. B. mouse. +829. human. +841. 941. 937. 967. 1008. 963. 1004.

By clarissa-verne
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Retroviruses (Chap. 15, p.308) and Gene Regulation (Chap. 14)

Retroviruses (Chap. 15, p.308) and Gene Regulation (Chap. 14)

Retroviruses (Chap. 15, p.308) and Gene Regulation (Chap. 14). HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). Retroviruses and Reverse Transcriptase. Viruses that use the enzyme reverse transcriptase to make sequences of single and double-stranded DNA sequences from RNA. Example- AIDS

By alika-hays
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Selection and validation of optimal siRNA target sites for RNAi-mediated gene silencing

Selection and validation of optimal siRNA target sites for RNAi-mediated gene silencing

Selection and validation of optimal siRNA target sites for RNAi-mediated gene silencing. Gene 395(2007) 160-169 Chongqing University of Medical Sciences. Content. 1. Introduction 2. Materials and methods 3. Conclusion. www.themegallery.com. Company Logo. 1. Introduction.

By yen-doyle
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Introduction:

Introduction:

Introduction:

By rylee-may
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Plant adaptation to changing environments: A role for GM

Plant adaptation to changing environments: A role for GM

Plant adaptation to changing environments: A role for GM. Dr Jeremy Pritchard @DrJPritchard. Ecology Organisms Cells Molecules. Molecules: Transcription and Translation. DNA mRNA Protein. Population growth. Climate change. Conventional breeding has been going on for 10,000 years.

By alden-barrera
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Gene Finding

Gene Finding

Gene Finding. Changhui (Charles) Yan. Gene Finding. Genomes of many organisms have been sequenced. Genome. Completely Sequenced Genomes. Gene Finding. M ore than 60 eukaryotic genome sequencing projects are underway. Human Genome Project (HGP).

By freya-hardy
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Bioinformatics as Hard Disk Investigation

Bioinformatics as Hard Disk Investigation

Bioinformatics as Hard Disk Investigation. Assuming you can read all the bits on a 1000 year old hard drive Can you figure out what does what? Distinguish program section (gene?) Distinguish overwritten fragments (junk dna?) Uncompress compressed data (???)

By athena-alexander
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Additional file 2. Multiple sequence alignment of the coding region of PROCR .

Additional file 2. Multiple sequence alignment of the coding region of PROCR .

Additional file 2. Multiple sequence alignment of the coding region of PROCR.

By cheyenne-bass
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Computational prediction of damage associated non synonymous SNPs of CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 gene

Computational prediction of damage associated non synonymous SNPs of CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 gene

The cytochrome P450 proteins are monooxygenases which catalyze many reactions involved in drug metabolism and synthesis of cholesterol, steroids and other lipids. CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 are the key proteins involved in steroidogenesis. Majority of polymorphisms have yet not been evaluated for their possible damaging effects on protein structure and function of both the genes. In present analysis, we tried to find out the effect of damage associated nsSNPs of both CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 gene by using various computational algorithms. Out of 205 and 246 nsSNPs reported for CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 gene, total 13 and 7 were predicted to affect the structure and function respectively. R125Q, R416H and F453S substitutions of CYP17A1 gene were not reported previously hence provide the new dataset of unexplored SNPs for their validation. By our results we also found that substitution of mainly Arginine or Phenyl alanine within conserved domain of redox binding, heam binging and redox partner site would cause partial or complete loss of function of both CYP17 and CYP19 gene. Richa Bhatnager | Ranjeet Kaur | Amita Suneja Dang | Twinkle Dahiya \"Computational prediction of damage associated non synonymous SNPs of CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 gene\" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: https:\/\/www.ijtsrd.com\/papers\/ijtsrd3581.pdf Paper URL: http:\/\/www.ijtsrd.com\/biological-science\/biotechnology\/3581\/computational-prediction-of-damage-associated-non-synonymous-snps-of-cyp17a1-and-cyp19a1-gene\/richa-bhatnager\n

By ijtsrd
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The 12 th lecture in molecular biology by Dr. Sawsan sajid

The 12 th lecture in molecular biology by Dr. Sawsan sajid

The 12 th lecture in molecular biology by Dr. Sawsan sajid. RNA transcription and Post transcription events. General differences between transcription and replication:.

By merrick
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Gene Identification Lab

Gene Identification Lab

Shuba Gopal Biology Department Rochester Institute of Technology sxgsbi@rit.edu and Rhys Price Jones Computer Science Department Rochester Institute of Technology rpjavp@rit.edu. Gene Identification Lab. Gene Identification involves:.

By tanyacoleman
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