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Protein Interaction Introduction By Creative Biomart
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A variety of specific macromolecular interactions such as protein-DNA, protein-RNA, protein-protein, protein-lipid and protein-carbohydrate interactions are important in biological systems. Since the... More > specific interactions between the cellular macromolecules form the basis for all biological processes, the ability to manipulate the formation of these complexes will open up possibilities to selectively interfere with these processes. Understanding the physical basis for specificity in the different systems and mapping the various networks of interactions is central to the subsequent reengineering of the processes.< Less
A Short Introduction to Databases By Viji Kumar
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The aim of this book is to explain how discrete items of information (data) e.g. names of individuals or organisations can be linked to other items of information e.g. addresses, dates of birth or... More > amounts invoiced and how that information can be used to drive other processes or produce reports. To explain how databases may be constructed, I shall work through the creation and population of a database reporting football (soccer) leagues, a world-wide phenomenon and I hope, explicable to most adults (young and old). I also discuss protein sequences in genetic databases, DNA and RNA. You should be able to create and manage your own databases if the techniques I have discussed make sense to you. Good luck.< Less
The Biophysical Chemistry of Nucleic Acids By Thomas Creighton
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This volume describes all the biophysical and chemical properties of the nucleic acids DNA and RNA: their structures and physical properties, the topological properties of DNA, and their sequencing... More > and synthesis, unfolding and hybridization, and binding to proteins. Color is used throughout to enhance the many illustrations. These chapters are taken from the larger volume "The Biophysical Chemistry of Nucleic Acids & Proteins" (2010, Helvetian Press, www.HelvetianPress.com).< Less
GENE CLONING AND GENOMICS (Principles and Applications) By Dr. RAVISHANKAR B.V.
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Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is the genetic material of cells. It carries information in a coded form from cell to cell and from parent to offspring. A gene is a linear array of nucleotides located in... More > a particular position on a particular chromosome that encodes a specific functional product (a protein or RNA molecule). When a gene is active, its information is copied first into another nucleic acid, ribonucleic acid (RNA), which in turn directs the synthesis of the gene products, the specific proteins. This lecture introduces some basic concepts of DNA, proteins, genes and genomes.< Less
DIAKONIA REPORT FOR CARTER EVAN BREWER By Dr. Will Rogers Masterteacher33
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The Genetic Code is called your PURPOSE; destiny, mission,service or ministry. This is way you are here. This is your Diakonia Report.The genetic code is to specify the amino acid sequence of a... More > protein by thesequence of nucleotides comprising the gene for that protein: a gene that codesfor the production of insulin that controls your actions. Your Diakonia (genetic) Report (code) is the biochemicalinstructions that translate the genetic information present as a linearsequence of nucleotide triplets in messenger RNA into the correct linearsequence of amino acids for the synthesis of a particular peptide chain orprotein. This is called your CODON!< Less
DIAKONIA REPORT JASON KYLE BARTLEY By Dr. Will Rogers Masterteacher33
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Your Diakonia (genetic) Report (code) is the biochemical instructions that translate the genetic information present as a linear sequence of nucleotide triplets in messenger RNA into the correct... More > linear sequence of amino acids for the synthesis of a particular peptide chain or protein. This is called your CODON! Your Genetic codon is the “thing” that turns your CODE ON!It is a sequence of three adjacent nucleotides on a strand of a nucleic acid(such as DNA) that constitutes the genetic code for a specific amino acid that is to be added to a polypeptide chain during protein synthesis.< Less
DIAKONIA REPORT ATHEA WALSH By Dr. Will Rogers Masterteacher33
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The Genetic Code is called your PURPOSE; destiny, mission,service or ministry. This is way you are here. This is your Diakonia Report.The genetic code is to specify the amino acid sequence of a... More > protein by the sequence of nucleotides comprising the gene for that protein: a gene that codes for the production of insulin that controls your actions. Your Diakonia (genetic) Report (code) is the biochemical instructions that translate the genetic information present as a linear sequence of nucleotide triplets in messenger RNA into the correct linear sequence of amino acids for the synthesis of a particular peptide chain or protein. This is called your CODON!< Less
DIAKONIA REPORT FOR MELISSA LASHAN SHANNON By Dr. Will Rogers Masterteacher33
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The Genetic Code is called your PURPOSE; destiny, mission,service or ministry. This is way you are here. This is your Diakonia Report.The genetic code is to specify the amino acid sequence of a... More > protein by the sequence of nucleotides comprising the gene for that protein: a gene that codes for the production of insulin that controls your actions. Your Diakonia (genetic) Report (code) is the biochemical instructions that translate the genetic information present as a linear sequence of nucleotide triplets in messenger RNA into the correct linear sequence of amino acids for the synthesis of a particular peptide chain or protein. This is called your CODON!< Less
Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) advances and applications By Shara Cohen
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Protein synthesis is a three-stage process, consisting of initiation, elongation and termination. The final stage of gene expression involves numerous cellular proteins and RNAs. The initiation step... More > is the primary focus for regulation. Translation initiation on the majority of cellular mRNAs is mediated by a mechanism involving recognition of the 5’ terminal cap-structure (m7GpppN). However, a different mechanism, termed internal initiation, was first shown to occur on certain uncapped viral mRNAs. An internal ribosome entry site (IRES) element present within the 5’ untranslated region (UTR) of the viral RNA directs initiation of protein synthesis at an internal position hundreds of nucleotides downstream from the 5’ terminus. IRES elements are highly structured and position the ribosome at, or just upstream of, the initiation codon. IRES elements have been found in certain cellular mRNAs; these generally encode proteins involved in apoptosis, cell cycle regulation or stress responses.< Less
Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) advances and applications By Shara Cohen
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Protein synthesis is a three-stage process, consisting of initiation, elongation and termination. The final stage of gene expression involves numerous cellular proteins and RNAs. The initiation step... More > is the primary focus for regulation. Translation initiation on the majority of cellular mRNAs is mediated by a mechanism involving recognition of the 5’ terminal cap-structure (m7GpppN). However, a different mechanism, termed internal initiation, was first shown to occur on certain uncapped viral mRNAs. An internal ribosome entry site (IRES) element present within the 5’ untranslated region (UTR) of the viral RNA directs initiation of protein synthesis at an internal position hundreds of nucleotides downstream from the 5’ terminus. IRES elements are highly structured and position the ribosome at, or just upstream of, the initiation codon. IRES elements have been found in certain cellular mRNAs; these generally encode proteins involved in apoptosis, cell cycle regulation or stress responses.< Less