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WESTERNBiology 3466BYolanda MorbeyWinter

Biology 3466B Lecture Notes - Inbreeding

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There is a type of lizard that only has a female sex. The fish with black spots are parasitized and had asexual reproduction, and another type of fish
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Death Domain, Aldehyde, B Cell

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Central tolerance (occurs in the bone marrow and thymus); deletion and editing. Antigen segregation (peripheral organs); physical barrier to self antig
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Reactive Oxygen Species, Mycobacterium Leprae, Chemokine

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Wound healing induced, complement destruction (picked up by macrophages/dc in the tissue) Dc migrate to lymphnodes, phagocytosis, nk cells activated, c
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Blood Type, Xenotransplantation, Haplotype

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Autograft: self grafting (taking out bm and putting it back in) Antibody mediated (c" and fcrs/nk cells) going to bind the vascular endothelium of the
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Rituximab, Rheumatic Fever, Integrin

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Possible to have more than one disease: depends on the immune mechanism responsible. Arthritis, scleroderma and lupus are systemic autoimmune diseases.
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Blood Vessel, Degranulation, Fc Receptor

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An immune response to something foreign that is not associated with a pathogen. Had to have developed an immune response to it already, so an allergic
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Macrophage, Cell Adhesion Molecule, Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor

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Ibd = chronic inflammation of the gi tract can cause colon/rectal cancer (10% get it) Within the general population, 0. 05% develop colon or rectal can
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfFall

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Complement Receptor, Immunoglobulin M, Covalent Bond

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Adaptive immune system have a conserved region and a variable region. Variable region can adapt we have bcr and tcr: explain tcrs. T cell receptors wil
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Cytidine, Intron, Covalent Bond

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First the j-d regions recombine, then the v with the dj segments, then the light chains can recombine. We have many different forms of ig that serve di
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Glycolipid, Twin, Antibiotics

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Lecture 10 study notes: discuss organ transplantation. Before, assumed that organs could not be transplanted because individuals were too different sug
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Oncogene, Immunoglobulin Heavy Chain, Clonal Deletion

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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Phagocytosis, Mannose, Tlr9

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Post-capillary venules that come after capillaries; slow movement of rbc. Detection: there are two ways to detect damage; the first is through differen
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Tnf Receptor Associated Factor, Interleukin 8, Irf7

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Gram (+) peptidoglycan, strong wall consisting of lipids/proteins/sugars ex/ lipoteichoic acid. Gram (-) lipopollysacharide; 2 outter membranes; very n
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Central Tolerance, Peripheral Tolerance, Afferent Arterioles

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Hematopoesis, antibody rearrangement, central tolerence (rendered self reactive or not) Bony trabeculae where immune cells develop, spaces between is w
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Macrophage, Eosinophil, Pus

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In the bone marrow; but in children in the yolk sac then liver then bone marrow. Tissue, blood, lymph, peripheral organs (lymphnodes/tonsils/adrenoid/s
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Respiratory Burst, Lipid Bilayer, Phospholipid

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Epithelial has tight junctions that don"t allow anything through. Within the epithelium in the lungs, goblet cells secrete secretory vesicles that secr
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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 3300BProfWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 3300B Study Guide - Final Guide: Phenotypic Plasticity, Fish Fin, Genotype

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Adaptations are traits that have evolved due to persistent natural or sexual selection (over many generations) in response to an agent of selection. If
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Trp Operon

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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Restriction Enzymes

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Key aspect of letting molecular bio startwithout it, we wouldnt have recombinant techniques. Restriction enzymes can be thought of as site specific d
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Restriction Mapping

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Transfer RNA

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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Cancer

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Benign tumor (left): it s encapsulate and can be surgically removed (easily) Malignant tumor (right): these tumors are not contained (not encapsulated)
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Topic 21

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Cell treats all dna changes as bad  cell inherited dna from another cell so it should be the same  try to preserve it. Missed the wrong base pair (di
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Topic 20

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Cancer Causing Genes

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Two types of cancer causing genes; oncogenes (dominant) and tumor suppressors (recessive). These oncogenes are present in an aberrant form so. Their le
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Topic 29

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Topic 28

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Topic 25

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Transfer RNA

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Topic 23

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Topic 24

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Number of human diseases related to defects in translation process. The genetic code spells out the amino acid sequence in 3 letter words called co
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Transgenic Organisms

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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Expressing Genes

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You want to produce drugs using recombinant approach i. e. insulin. Many proteins are hard to purify from native source. Often b/c their level of expre
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

DNA Cloning

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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Site Directed Mutagenesis

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Sometimes we want to slightly alter gene cause we re not happy with wild type we want to make direct changes. Alter wild type to diff gene. hopefully t
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

Polymerase Chain Reaction

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WESTERNBiochemistry 2288AChris BrandlWinter

DNA Fingerprinting

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There are sequences in genome called vntr which are repeat sequences i. e. cacaca where that repeat varies form 4-40 times depending on alleles. We hav
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280AEric BallFall

Transfer RNA

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It brings the amino acid to the growing polypeptide chain. The guy that moves the amino acids around. 2d cloverleaf structure due to internal base pair
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280AEric BallFall

Translation

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Figure 7-33 assumes that translation has already started. A peptidyl-trna is in the p site of the ribosome. Aaminoacyl-trna binds to the a site of the
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280AEric BallFall

Topic 29

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