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DNA & Genetics in Biotechnology

DNA & Genetics in Biotechnology

DNA & Genetics in Biotechnology. What is a DNA?.

By andrew
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Protein Structure: Introduction

Protein Structure: Introduction

Protein Structure: Introduction Protein: Pictorial representations we are familiar with are schematic models, simplified representations. Model we know of real molecules: Quantum mechanical, probabilistic collections of atoms as both particles and waves. Atoms: Hydrogen: H Carbon: C

By JasminFlorian
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Ch. 16 DNA: The Genetic Material

Ch. 16 DNA: The Genetic Material

Ch. 16 DNA: The Genetic Material Intro In 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick presented their model of DNA to the world. Nucleic Acids (DNA: Deoxyribonucleic acid, RNA: Ribonucleic acid) have a unique ability to replicate itself. DNA’s ability to replicate itself precisely is

By Ava
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DNA: The Carrier of Genetic Information

DNA: The Carrier of Genetic Information

DNA: The Carrier of Genetic Information. AP Biology. How was DNA discovered to be the chemical unit of heredity?. Frederick Griffith's Experiment - the discovery of transformation Using two varieties of streptococcus, he originally searched for a vaccine.

By elina
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Intro to PCR The Polymerase Chain Reaction

Intro to PCR The Polymerase Chain Reaction

Intro to PCR The Polymerase Chain Reaction Photo courtesy of Fisher Scientific Definition Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR): A procedure to amplify a specific DNA region Yields millions of copies of the target region Makes enough DNA for further molecular work

By jacob
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Biology Overview

Biology Overview

Biology Overview. Microarray Database Systems 9/18/2002. Additional Information. Review papers on microarray Genomics, gene expression and DNA arrays (Nature, June 2000) Microarray - technology review (Natural Cell Biology, Aug. 2001) Magic of Microarrays (Scientific American, Feb. 2002)

By arleen
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DNA, RNA, & Proteins

DNA, RNA, & Proteins

DNA, RNA, & Proteins. The shape of DNA. A DNA molecule is shaped like a spiral staircase and is composed of two parallel strands of linked subunits. The spiral shape of DNA is known as a double helix. Each strand of DNA is made up of linked subunits called nucleotides.

By RexAlvis
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DNA Repair and Mutations

DNA Repair and Mutations

DNA Repair and Mutations. Chemical reactions and some physical processes constantly damage genomic DNA At the molecular level, damage usually involves changes in the structure of one of the strands Vast majority are corrected by repair systems using the other strand as a template

By Sharon_Dale
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Introduction to DNA Cloning

Introduction to DNA Cloning

Introduction to DNA Cloning. Nucleotides and DNA Structure. Learning Objectives. Understand the double helix structure and dimensions of DNA molecule. Understand the chemical bonds of the DNA molecule (which are covalent and which are hydrogen).

By emily
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2 . The Molecular Nature of Genes II How does DNA act as a genetic information carrier?. Page 24-35. 3’. 5’. 5’-3’. OH. 3’. 5’. 5’ end. 3’ end. 5’ TCA 3’. How does DNA serve as a genetic information carrier?. Polynucleotide sequence can carry complex information.

By jaden
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DNA

DNA

DNA. Based on. Geant4-DNA Simulation of Interactions of Radiation with Biological Systems at the Cellular and DNA Level.

By Mercy
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DNA Synthesis

DNA Synthesis

DNA Synthesis. Sister chromatids. DNA replication. Centromere . One chromosome (Unreplicated state). One chromosome (Replicated state) . Last time:. DNA is the chemical substance that serves as the genetic material (exception: RNA in some viruses) Today:

By Audrey
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DNA Transcription & Protein Translation

DNA Transcription & Protein Translation

DNA Transcription & Protein Translation. Honors Biology SOL.BIO.6f. Today’s Objectives. TSW investigate and understand common mechanisms of protein synthesis. DNA Transcription. DNA must be copied to messenger RNA (mRNA) mRNA goes from nucleus to the ribosomes in cytoplasm

By Mercy
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DNA sequencing: Importance

DNA sequencing: Importance

DNA sequencing: Importance. The DNA sequences making up any organism comprise the basic blueprint for that organism. The Human Genome Project (and others). Potential benefits Molecular medicine  Improved diagnosis of disease

By Ava
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Histone Modifications

Histone Modifications

Histone Modifications. Seminar in Bioinformatics Saar Gershuni 2005. Background – DNA Packing. The DNA is packed in various levels of condensation in the nucleous (*10,000) Form of condensation – biological role Chromosomes, Euchromatin, heterochromatin, DNA strand. The Beads on a String.

By Pat_Xavi
(1204 views)

20 Squares

20 Squares

Jeopardy. 20 Squares. Start. Final Jeopardy Question. 6. 0. DNA molecule. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 10 Point Question. What does the figure to the left represent?. Back to the Game Board. Two identical daughter DNA molecules, each with one original and one new strand. 6. 0. 1. 2. 3. 4.

By Gabriel
(178 views)

Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering. The simple addition, deletion, or manipulation of a single trait in an organism to create a desired change. Genetic Engineering. Genetic Engineering. -major tool is recombinant DNA. -Recombinant- DNA joined to other unrelated foreign DNA. -also called gene splicing.

By betty_james
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DNA Chips: MicroArrays and Emerging Nanotechnologies

DNA Chips: MicroArrays and Emerging Nanotechnologies

DNA Chips: MicroArrays and Emerging Nanotechnologies. ME 381 Final Presentation December 5, 2003 Raphael Anstey Matthieu Chardon Travis Harper. What is a DNA Chip?. Micro-Array containing all the genes (roughly 40,000) in the entire Human Genome (complete Genetic Code).

By Lucy
(220 views)

Molecular Genetics

Molecular Genetics

Molecular Genetics. Section 1: DNA: The Genetic Material. Section 2: Replication of DNA. Section 3: DNA, RNA, and Protein. Section 4: Gene Regulation and Mutation. Molecular Genetics. Section 1. DNA: Discovery. Frederick Griffith – 1928 British Bacteriologist.

By paul2
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D J Gray, Z T Li, S A Dhekney, M Dutt, D L Hopkins Mid-Florida Research & Education Center University of Florida/IFA

D J Gray, Z T Li, S A Dhekney, M Dutt, D L Hopkins Mid-Florida Research & Education Center University of Florida/IFA

Genetic Engineering of Grapevine and Field Testing for Bacterial & Fungal Disease Resistance. D J Gray, Z T Li, S A Dhekney, M Dutt, D L Hopkins Mid-Florida Research & Education Center University of Florida/IFAS T W Zimmerman Biotechnology & Agroforestry University of the Virgin Islands.

By jela
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