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pGLO ™ & GFP

pGLO ™ & GFP

pGLO ™ & GFP. pGLO ™ Transformation and Purification of Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) Instructors. Stan Hitomi Director, Edward Teller Education Center UC Davis / Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA Kirk Brown Lead Instructor, Edward Teller Education Center

By stedman
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Receptors and Drug Action

Receptors and Drug Action

Receptors and Drug Action. Receptors: Specific areas of cell membranes (proteins, glycoproteins)* When bound to ligand , positive or negative biological responce . Few ex. of free receptors in cytoplasma. Drugs that do act on receptors:. Drugs that do not act on receptors:.

By camden
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The Structure and Function of Macromolecules

The Structure and Function of Macromolecules

The Structure and Function of Macromolecules. Chapter 5 Biology – Campbell • Reece. Polymers. What is a polymer ? What is a monomer ? What are the 4 major biological macromolecules? Which one is not (technically) a polymer?. Polymers in Nature. Condensation Reaction.

By simone
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Environmental Processes Partitioning of pollutants 3.ii

Environmental Processes Partitioning of pollutants 3.ii

Environmental Processes Partitioning of pollutants 3.ii. Sorption involving inorganic matter (between air/soil and water/soil). Aims: to provide overview of molecular interactions that govern phase transfer processes in the environment

By marly
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Some Thoughts on the Hydrophobic Interaction

Some Thoughts on the Hydrophobic Interaction

Some Thoughts on the Hydrophobic Interaction. P. Pincus Physics, Materials, Biomolecular Science & Engineering UCSB. “The magnitude, range and origin of the hydrophobic interaction have been a mystery ever since the pioneering work by Kauzman and Tanford…….” J. Israelachvili, 2005.

By mattox
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Downstream Processing in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing

Downstream Processing in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing

Downstream Processing in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing. Harvest and Clarification Tangential Flow Filtration (UF/DF) Low Pressure Liquid Column Chromatography QC Biochemistry. Know the Characteristics of Your Protein Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP). Sequence of Amino Acids.

By gafna
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Objective

Objective

Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Protein Fibrillization Carol K. Hall Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering North Carolina State University http://turbo.che.ncsu.edu. Objective. To develop a computational tool that allows investigation of spontaneous fibril formation.

By belita
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Excerpt from Chapter 19: Proteins

Excerpt from Chapter 19: Proteins

Excerpt from Chapter 19: Proteins. University of Louisiana at Lafayette CHEM 125, Leonard All images used with permission of publisher (Cengage Learning). Zwitterion. A zwitterion has two oppositely charged ions which exist in the same molecule. a. O. H 3 N. CH. C. O. R. +. −.

By shoshana-benjamin
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Downstream Processing in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing

Downstream Processing in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing

Downstream Processing in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing. Harvest and Clarification Tangential Flow Filtration (UF/DF) Low Pressure Liquid Column Chromatography. Biotherapeutics. Produced in genetically engineered host cells More than 70% of therapeutic proteins produced in CHO cell culture

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