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Introduction

Introduction

Effect of site-directed mutagenesis within the 5 ′ UTR and VP1 regions on temperature sensitivity of Enterovirus 71 in vitro . Natallia Lazouskaya , Enzo Palombo, Tony Barton. Environment and Biotechnology Centre, Swinburne University of Technology , Hawthorn VIC 3122 Australia.

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PCI and platelet activation

PCI and platelet activation

PCI and platelet activation. The early response to arterial wall injury is platelet activation and deposition over the injured arterial surface, creating the substrate for thrombosis Stent implantation appears to be associated with greater platelet activation than balloon angioplasty alone

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CH7: escape behavior in crayfish behavior features & functional anatomy neuronal architecture

CH7: escape behavior in crayfish behavior features & functional anatomy neuronal architecture

PART 3: MOTOR STRATEGIES #15: ESCAPE BEHAVIOR IN CRAYFISH. CH7: escape behavior in crayfish behavior features & functional anatomy neuronal architecture adaptive modulation summary: chapter 7. BEHAVIOR & FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY. walking is normal mode of locomotion

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Inhibition

Inhibition

Inhibition. Chris Jung Department of Integrative Physiology 09/23/08. Outline. Prefrontal Neurons Coding Suppression of Specific Saccades Hasegawa RP, Peterson BW, and Goldberg ME The role of inhibitory control in forgetting unwanted memories: A consideration of three methods. Anderson MC

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Enzyme Inhibition

Enzyme Inhibition

Enzyme Inhibition. Inhibition:. Certain chemicals prevent enzymes from working. Role of Bond Strength. Strong Bond :Irreversible Inhibition Weak Bond: Reversible. Competitive: Works on active site. Non-competitive: Influences enzyme away from active site. Types of Inhibition.

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Conditioned Inhibition

Conditioned Inhibition

Conditioned Inhibition. Procedures for producing CI Conditional (standard) Procedure Negative Contingency/Explicitly Unpaired Differential Procedure Backward Conditioning Long-delay/Trace Conditioning. Procedures for Measuring CI. Directed Behavior Test Summation (Compound Stimulus) Test

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Enzyme Inhibition

Enzyme Inhibition

Enzyme Inhibition. Why enzymes don’t work. An enzyme is just a folded protein. Remember!!!. Organic catalysts-speed up the rate of the reaction Proteins have – ase after their name. Enzymes are…. Enzymes. Enzymes fit together with substrates to aid a chemical reaction

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Feedback Inhibition

Feedback Inhibition

Feedback Inhibition. Mary McGinty , Kelsey Lorenz McKenzie Merrick, Angelina L iddy. Definition. A metabolic pathway is switched off by the inhibitory binding of its end product to an enzyme that acts early in the pathway . http:// youtu.be/Ph_ZCnW_N_o

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Competitive Inhibition

Competitive Inhibition

Competitive Inhibition. C-OO - C-H C-H C-OO -. C-OO - H-C-H H-C-H C-OO -. C-OO - H-C-H H-C-H H-C-H C-OO -. C-OO - H-C-H C-OO -. C-OO - C-OO -. Substrate. Product. Competitive Inhibitor. Succinate. Glutarate. Malonate. Oxalate. Succinate Dehydrogenase.

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Enzyme Inhibition

Enzyme Inhibition

Enzyme Inhibition. C483 Spring 2013. Questions. 1. An inhibitor binds to a site other than the active site of the enzyme. Which statement below correlates with this observation? A ) It must be a competitive inhibitor. B ) The inhibition must be irreversible.

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ENZYME INHIBITION

ENZYME INHIBITION

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