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DNA to Protein: a visual description of the chemical process By Callum Nissen
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This is a complete sequential description of every single chemical reaction that takes place in the cycle of regulated gene expression
DNA to Protein: a visual description of the chemical process By Callum Nissen
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This is a sequential description of every single chemical process in the cycle of regulated gene expression.
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DNA Computing Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid acts as genetic code in almost all living organisms present on this planet earth. Cell or Organism use DNA or genetic code to form proteins by transcription... More > and translation process. These proteins are known as basic building blocks of our life. DNA structure is double stranded helix. Strands are anti parallel to each other. These strands are made up of millions of bases or nucleotides. (Uppangala, 2010) Each base of DNA is also attached to a Sugar Molecule and a Phosphate Molecule. A base, sugar and phosphate, together are known as Nucleotide. One of the important properties of DNA is that it can make copies of itself.< Less
Russian Journal of Genetic Genealogy. Vol 1, №2, 2010 By RJGG
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Contents: The origin of haplogroup I1-M253 in Eastern Europe, by ALEXANDER SHTRUNOV. Arabian clusters of haplogroup E1b1b1c1 (M34), by AKPER ALIEV, DMITRY TARTAKOVSKY. Origin, Distribution and... More > Migrations of I2b*-Subclades, by HANS DE BEULE. Origins of Hg I-L38 (I2b2) Subclades, by HANS DE BEULE. Early Bronze Age Origin and Late Iron Age (La Tene) Migrations of I-L38, by HANS DE BEULE. Phylogenetic Relations and Geographic Distribution of I-L38 (aka I2b2, by HANS DE BEULE. Haplogroups E1b1b1c1 (M34) and E1b1b1c1a (M84) among Jews. Could Abraham be E1b1b1c1 or E1b1b1c1a? By AKPER ALIEV, DMITRY TARTAKOVSKY. About the influence of population size on the accuracy of TMRCA estimation, done by standard methods using STR locus complex, by DMITRY ADAMOV, SERGEY KARZHAVIN (Translate by VASILI GAVRILOV).< Less
Russian Journal of Genetic Genealogy. Vol 1, №2, 2010 By RJGG
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Contents: The origin of haplogroup I1-M253 in Eastern Europe, by ALEXANDER SHTRUNOV. Arabian clusters of haplogroup E1b1b1c1 (M34), by AKPER ALIEV, DMITRY TARTAKOVSKY. Origin, Distribution and... More > Migrations of I2b*-Subclades, by HANS DE BEULE. Origins of Hg I-L38 (I2b2) Subclades, by HANS DE BEULE. Early Bronze Age Origin and Late Iron Age (La Tene) Migrations of I-L38, by HANS DE BEULE. Phylogenetic Relations and Geographic Distribution of I-L38 (aka I2b2, by HANS DE BEULE. Haplogroups E1b1b1c1 (M34) and E1b1b1c1a (M84) among Jews. Could Abraham be E1b1b1c1 or E1b1b1c1a? By AKPER ALIEV, DMITRY TARTAKOVSKY. About the influence of population size on the accuracy of TMRCA estimation, done by standard methods using STR locus complex, by DMITRY ADAMOV, SERGEY KARZHAVIN (Translate by VASILI GAVRILOV).< Less
77 Mandalas By Richard Amm
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The word “Mandala” is an ancient Sanskrit word that can be translated as “Circle/Community/Connection”. Traditionally they have been used as meditative tools in various faiths... More > as well as in modern psychotherapy. They symbolise the entire universe on a macrocosmic and microcosmic level. The ones in this book have been inspired by the common forms and geometry in the spirals, cycles and symmetry of galaxies, planets, life, DNA, and sub-atomic particles. Each work is specifically designed to draw you in. There is generally one point of focus in each one that seems to make people involuntarily move their eyes closer to it. There is information encoded in the work as a whole. Archetypes have also been appropriated from a variety of cultures with rich visual traditions. People bring their own emotions and life experience and match those patterns and associations to what they see. By virtue of symbolism the imagination of others can be stimulated to evolve their own wisdom.< Less
How to Change our Human Nature By Ruud Loeffen
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The knowledge regarding the biological basis of human behavior has grown explosively in recent years. We know that feelings and emotions are based on biochemical substances, and we know that our... More > behavior is largely controlled by neurotransmitters in our brain and limbic system. It is time to translate the update of the modern life sciences into social interventions. “How to Change our Human Nature” gives more insight into human behavior and offers new solutions for behavioral problems, such as depression, stress, aggression, alcohol and drugs abuse and problems in sexual behavior. This book provides not only basic material for you as a person, but may also give support for anyone who has a job in education, welfare or politics. Part 1 discusses how biochemical processes work. Part 2 gives in insight how we can change our human nature. Ruud Loeffen was a lecturer at Zuyd University as part of the Social Studies faculty until 2009.< Less
DIAKONI REPORT FOR LARVARIOUS CONTRELL MCDONALD 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! 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 thatis to be added to a polypeptide chain during protein synthesis.< Less