Chapter 2 - Biochemistry. Wakefield 2010-2011. Nature of Matter (2.1). Life Depends on chemistry - The science of matter and the changes it undergoes. Nature of Matter (2.1). Matter - everything around you - anything made of atoms and molecules Atoms – the basic unit of matterBy brock
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Small Molecule Large Molecule Interactions. Times Squared Academy Sorys Cepeda Cheyenne Clark Instructors: Kerri Krawczyk Erick Argueta. Triphenyl (2-pyridylmethyl) Phosphonium Chloride. Hazard Code- Xi (Irritant) Irritating to the skin Irritating to the Respiratory System
Large Molecule-Small Molecule Interactions. DNA Proteins. Targeting DNA or RNA. i) Alter regulation of replication, transcription or translation ii) Kill cells, not alter regulation General problems i) Poor tissue specificity, leading to side effects and high toxicity
Formed Elements. Erythrocytes, Leukocytes & Platelets. 60 - 70%. Neutrophils. Never Let Monkeys Eat Bananas. Lymphocytes. Monocytes. 1%. 5-10K/ μ l. Eosinophils. 0.5 - 1%. Basophils. Granulocytes -. Specialized membrane bound granules. Phagocytes. Agranulocytes -.
From Ill-formed to Well-formed. One of the most important skills in research is problem formulation – transforming an interesting idea/question into something that can be analyzed. To shed light on the questions that we have raised in last class, we need to
A. Target Molecule. Intron 51. Intron 52. 5‘SS. 3‘SS. 5‘SS. 3‘SS. 5‘ acGFP. Exon 52. 3‘ acGFP. 1nt. 183nt. 490nt. 720nt. 3‘ BD. 5‘ BD. RTM. Spacer. Spacer. 5‘SS. 3‘SS. int. acGFP. BP. pPT. 3‘ trans -splicing. 5‘ trans -splicing. 489nt. 184nt. int. acGFP. 5‘ acGFP.
Signal molecule. Activated Ras-GTP A G-Protein. Receptor. Inactive MAPKKK 1. Active MAPKKK 1. Inactive MAPKK 2. ATP. Phosphorylation cascade. P. ADP. Active MAPKK 2. PP. P. Inactive MAPK 3. ATP. P. ADP. Active MAPK 3. PP. i. Inactive protein. ATP. P. ADP.
Molecule Shapes. Learning Goals: Students will be able to: Identify substances to which “Molecular geometry” applies. Name molecule and electron geometries for basic molecules. Explain the model being used to predict molecule geometry .
Molecule Presentation. Content. Data-Sheet More information about the molecule General data Physical data Personal protection Name of the molecule Production methods Category of danger Some properties of 8-Methyl-quinoline The diagram based on Excel. Data-sheet. General data
Prokaryotic cells have a mechanism for division known as binary fission, which consists of the formation of a membrane which divides their cytoplasm in two. The chromosome of prokaryotic cells is a single circular DNA molecule running throughout the cytoplasm. DNA molecule. DNA molecule.
Molecule Polarity. Learning Goals: Students will be able to: Define bond polarity and molecular polarity Explain the relationships between bond polarity and molecular polarity Identify tools/representations to approximate bond and molecular polarity