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Cell Biology

300816 Lecture 6: Cell biology genetic material

find more resources at oneclass.com Cell biology Genetic material Salient points: DNA structure DNA and inheritance DNA replication DNA damage and repa...

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300816 Lecture 11: Cell biology patterns of inheritance

find more resources at oneclass.com Cell biology Patterns of inheritance Salient points: Alleles Phenotype vs genotype Mendel Segregation Inheritance: ...

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300816 Lecture 8: Cell biology gene expression

find more resources at oneclass.com Cell biology Gene expression Salient points: Gene regulation in prokaryotes Mechanisms of gene regulation Regulatory p...

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300816 Lecture 7: Cell biology GENES AND HOW THEY WORK 2

Cell biology Genes and how they work (part 2) Translation: The process of synthesizing specific polypeptide on a ribosome Can be carried out by proteins in the cytoplasm or the rough ER How proteins are targeted for transl...

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300816 Lecture 7: Cell biology genes how and they work 1

Cell biology Genes and how they work Salient points: DNA vs RNA Transcription Translation Mutations DNA vs RNA: DNA: Stores information Directs the synthesis of proteins Chemically changes (i.e. Mutates) genetic characteri...

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300816 Lecture 5: Cell biology enzymes

Cell biology Enzymes Enzymes: Enzymes are biological catalysts and hence lower the activation energy Enzymes have a specific shape in which only specific substrates can bind to the activation site - When the substrate bind...

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300816 Lecture 4: Cell biology metabolism

find more resources at oneclass.com Cell biology Metabolism Salient points: The laws of energy transformation Energy in a biological system Energy and m...

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300816 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fluid Mosaic Model, Lipid Bilayer, Cell Membrane

Cell biology Membranes Salient points: Structure of membranes Phospholipids Membrane proteins Permeability of the plasma membrane Function of membranes: Separates a living cell from non-living surroundings Controls traffic...

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300816 Lecture 3: Cell biology membrane proteins

find more resources at oneclass.com Cell biology Membranes Membrane proteins: Proteins determine membranes specific functions - Cell membrane and organelle ...

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300816 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Thiol, Chemical Formula, Mirror Image

cell biology building blocks of life salient points: Chemical points Functional groups Macromolecules Water: Hydrophobic: substances that are non-polar and hence are insoluble in water Hydrophilic: substances that are pola...

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300816 Lecture 1: Cell biology lecture 1

find more resources at oneclass.com Cell biology Lecture 1- cell structure Salient points: Cell theory Microscopy Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Cell theory: ...

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300816 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Myocardial Infarction, Hypovolemia, Oncotic Pressure
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Pathology revision Shock - Characterised by profound circulatory failure resulting in life-threatening hypoperfusion of vital organs. ~ Clinicopathological consequences: - Irreversible neuronal injury - Renal failure due t...

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300816 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cerebral Palsy, Inflammation, Vascular Disease
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Pathology revision ~ Congenital diseases: - Initiated before or during birth, but some may not cause clinical signs and symptoms until adult life. - May be due to genetic defects, either inherited from the parents or mutat...

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300816 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Myasthenia Gravis, Cytopathology, Autoimmune Disease
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Pathology revision Introduction - Pathology is the study of disease. - Constitutes a large body of scientific knowledge and investigative methods essential for understanding disease. History ~ Gross pathology: - Autopsies;...

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300816 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ricinus, Mercury Poisoning, Endoplasmic Reticulum
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Pathology revision Responses to Cellular Injury Causative agents and processes of cell injury ~ Chemical agents: - Drugs and poisons can cause direct injury through binding and destruction of cellular components. E.g. Merc...

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