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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BRodney DekoterSpring

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Final: Immunology 3300B Final Exam Notes

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24 Apr 2018
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Food is foreign and not rejected food is also closely related to some pathogens. Fetuses are foreign and not rejected (females fetuses less foreign tha
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BRodney DekoterSpring

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Midterm: Immunology 3300B Midterm 2 Notes

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24 Apr 2018
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Lecture 10 immunologlobulins 1: structure, function, and v(d)j rearrangement. There are variable light and variable heavy chain: all these domains are
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BRodney DekoterSpring

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Midterm: Immunology 3300B Midterm 1 Notes

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24 Apr 2018
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Lecture 1 course introduction: humans live in a dangerous world with many pathogens: anthrax, tuberculosis, e. coli, bird flu, ebola, malaria, giardia,
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Arginine, The Blenders, Peptide

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24 Apr 2018
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Two main types of nucleic acids: those based on the sugar ribose are known as ribonucleic acids, or rna, and contain the bases a, g, c, and u. A dna mo
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Deoxyribonucleoside, Dna Supercoil, Pyrophosphate

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24 Apr 2018
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Dna replication, repair and recombination: despite the systems for protecting a cell"s dna from copying errors and accidental damage, permanent changes
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Hemoglobin, Globin, Homologous Chromosome

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24 Apr 2018
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In a multicellular organism, permanent changes in the dna called mutations can upset the organism"s extremely complex and nely tuned development and ph
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ouabain, Organelle, Resting Potential

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24 Apr 2018
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Rhodopsin, Hemoglobin, Immunoglobulin Light Chain

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24 Apr 2018
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Changes to the amino acids in the interior of a protein can change the protein"s 3-d shape and destroy its function. Diversity of antigen-binding sites
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Radiography, Mass Spectrometry, X-Ray Crystallography

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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Chemical Equilibrium, Equilibrium Constant, Lysine

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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Allosteric Regulation, Aldehyde, Glyceraldehyde

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24 Apr 2018
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Covalent bonds that release large amounts of energy when hydrolyzed in activated carriers such as atp and nadh: these carriers in turn serve as portabl
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Reduction Potential, Cytochrome, Porphyrin

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24 Apr 2018
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Electron transport drives the synthesis of the majority of atp in most. Energy generation in mitochondria and chloroplasts: in photosynthesis, which oc
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Oxaloacetic Acid, Metabolic Intermediate, Cell Membrane

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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Trisaccharide, Oligosaccharide, Monosaccharide

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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Hydrophile, Keratin, Hemoglobin

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24 Apr 2018
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The shape and structure of proteins: the shape of a protein is determined by its amino acid sequence, a protein is made from a chain of amino acids hel
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280ADr.Mc LachlinFall

Biochemistry 2280A Final: Biochem 2280 Final Exam Notes

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24 Apr 2018
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Then the small molecules enter the cytosol: then, glycolysis, the citric acid cycle and oxidative phosphorylation will occur. Glycolysis: glycolysis pr
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WESTERNBiology 2244A/BJennifer WaughFall

Biology 2244A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Central Limit Theorem, Categorical Variable, Bias Of An Estimator

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24 Apr 2018
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WESTERNBiology 2244A/BJennifer WaughFall

Biology 2244A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Block Design, Longitudinal Study, Frequentist Probability

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24 Apr 2018
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A sampling design describes exactly how to choose a sample from the population. This is the idea of simple random sampling. Sampling notes: sampling wi
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WESTERNBiology 2244A/BJennifer WaughFall

Biology 2244A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Scatter Plot, Confounding, Bias Of An Estimator

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WESTERNBiology 2382BRobert CummingWinter

Biology 2382B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pinocytosis, Hat Medium, Phospholipid

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24 Apr 2018
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Ultimate goal: to understand how macromolecular systems and organelles work and cooperate to enable cells to function autonomously and in tissues. In v
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WESTERNBiology 2382BRobert CummingWinter

Biology 2382B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Stress Fiber, Kinesin, Post-Translational Modification

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24 Apr 2018
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The cytoskeleton is an intricate network of protein filaments that extend throughout the cytoplasm. Three types of cytoskeletal proteins: microfilament
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WESTERNBiology 2382BRobert CummingWinter

Biology 2382B Study Guide - Final Guide: Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor, Monoclonal Antibody Therapy, Retrovirus

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24 Apr 2018
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4 types -tight junctions -gap junctions -cell-cell adhesions -cell-ecm adhesions. A junction can be an adhesion but it the proteins that tell you what
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Lac Repressor, Lac Operon, Regulatory Sequence

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10 Jan 2017
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Chapter 8 - control of gene expression: nearly all the cells of a multicellular organism contain the same genome. Cell differentiation is instead achie
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Polyadenylation, Intron, Exon

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10 Jan 2017
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Formation of mrnas: pre-mrna > mrna: 5" capping, 3" polyadenylation, splicing. 5" capping: at the 5" end is a 7 methylguanosine. Important because it m
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Gene Knockout, Escherichia Coli, Dna Sequencing

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10 Jan 2017
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Novel methods have been devised to obtain large amounts of dna sequence at minimal cost. Rna pro ling (rna-seq) - instead of hybridizing, sequencing al
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Dna Ligase, Recombinant Dna, Sticky And Blunt Ends

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10 Jan 2017
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Dna ligase: dna ligase = the glue for dna, will reseal compatible sticky ends and much less ef ciently, blunt ends. Will do it but less ef ciently: hav
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Reverse Transcriptase, Electrophoresis

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10 Jan 2017
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Synthetic oligonucleotides: fragments of single stranded dna with de ned sequence that are made synthetically. Can be isolated from rna tissues: mrna v
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Tumor Suppressor Gene, Cervical Cancer, Mutation Rate

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10 Jan 2017
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They then have to exit from the bloodstream or lymph and settle, survive, and proliferate in a new location. This means that spontaneous mutations occu
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Tumor Suppressor Gene, Copy-Number Variation, Basal Lamina

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10 Jan 2017
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Started with ted talk - harvard med school cancer drug jq1 https://www. ted. com/talks/jay_bradner_open_source_cancer_research. Cancer cell forgets it
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: T Helper Cell, Naive T Cell, Mhc Class I

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10 Jan 2017
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T-cell immunity study notes: primary immune response generates effector t-cells. The whole complex is then transported to the outside of that cell for
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Adaptive Immune System, Cytotoxic T Cell, Lymph Node

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10 Jan 2017
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Recruits a larger and more faster immune response each time. Primary magnitude of the immune response: this is the basis for vaccination. When you are
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Hematopoietic Stem Cell, Innate Immune System, Acute-Phase Protein

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10 Jan 2017
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The immune system has to race to keep up with the bacteria prot g es that are being constantly generated. Infectious agent - need a virus or a bacteria
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BDr.SummersFall

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Polio Vaccine, Measles Virus, Cowpox

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10 Jan 2017
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One individual in disney land causes 644 cases of measles in 23 different places. Very important that we maintain vaccination levels within a populatio
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