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UTSGHMB342H1Christine BurtonWinter

HMB342H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Net Present Value

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9 Feb 2011
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Bias: selection, measurement, confounding (related to both cause and effect) Validity = accuracy, truthfulness: content: includes all dimensions of con
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UTSGHMB342H1Christine BurtonWinter

HMB342H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Stroke

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9 Feb 2011
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Designing case-control studies: the validity of case-control studies hinges upon 3 aspects of the study design, selecting cases 2) selecting controls 3
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UTSGHMB342H1Christine BurtonWinter

Summary of lecture notes

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13 Jan 2011
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Hmb342his lecture 1, jan. 11, 2011: introduction & abnormality. Epidemiology: the study of patterns of health & disease in human populations. Clinical
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

2008 EXAM ANSWER

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24 Dec 2010
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Exocyst components (sec5, 6, 10, 15) act together to tether re with pm to coordinate plasma targeting of. Specifically, arm binds sec10 and rab11 binds
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

2009 EXAM ANSWER

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24 Dec 2010
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Drosophila sec5, sec6 and sec15 tethers de-cad vesicles originating from the re to lateral membrane for exocytosis. Sec10 at pm and arm act as a landma
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UTSGHMB435H1L.RobinsonFall

Lecture Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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Secreted proteins, 8-11 kda with c" a-helix, 3 anti-parallel b-strands, and activate gpcr and gag. Alpha or cxc: first two conserved cysteines separate
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UTSGHMB435H1M.CybulskyFall

HMB435H1 Lecture Notes - Icam2, Vcam-1, Icam-1

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24 Dec 2010
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Leukocyte emigration can be subdivided into a series of steps or stages: tethering/rolling (transient adhesive interactions) arrest. Firm or stable adh
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UTSGHMB435H1C.Mc CullochFall

HMB435H1 Lecture Notes - Integrin, Hemidesmosome, Focal Adhesion

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24 Dec 2010
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Ecm  not an inert glue or scaffolding.  mechanical: tensile and compressive strength and elasticity. Protection: buffer against ec change and retenti
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

Article #8 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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Astral mt, kinesin, dlg induce cortical polarization of pins/gi in neuroblasts. The cortical domain generates spindle asymmetry, daughter cell size as
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

Article #7 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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 cdc42 colocalize with par-6-apkc at the apical cortex in a baz dependent manner. Loss of cdc42 or cdc42-dn disrupts polarity and has cytoplasmic par-
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

CSB428H1 Study Guide - Immunoprecipitation, Epistasis, Cantharidin

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24 Dec 2010
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 baz phosphorylation site bind pdz of sdt to recruit sdt to pm. Phosphorylation of baz causes it to dissociate from sdt. Non-phosphorylatable baz bloc
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

Article #5 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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Csb428h1f article #5: morais-de-sa et al. apkc phosphorylation of bazooka.  baz localizes below par-6/apkc and excluded from apical domain by apkc pho
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

Article #4 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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Pten localizes to apical pm to increase pi45p2 by decreasing levels of pi345p3. Ectopic pi45p2 at basolateral surface cause apical proteins to relocate
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

Article #3 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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Par-1 phosphorylates baz on two conserved serines, which is then bound by 14-3-3. This inhibits the baz/par-6/apkc complex by preventing baz oligomeriz
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

Article #2 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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 os discs are renewed whereby rhodopsin-laden vesicles in the os axonemal cytoplasm fuse with nascent discs abundant in pi3p and fyve domain protein s
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UTSGCSB428H1U.TepassFall

Article #1 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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Loss of exocyst sec5, sec6 and sec15 in fly epithelia results in de-cad/arm accumulating in enlarged rab11 recycling endosome (re).  rab11 interact wi
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UTSGCSB452H1Darrel DesveauxFall

Lecture 4 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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 agrobacterium is gram-negative bacteria related to rhizobium. Agrobacterium enter via wound, live intercellularly and induce auxin, cytokinin mediate
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UTSGCSB452H1Darrel DesveauxFall

Lecture 3 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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Plant r-protein recognizes specific bacterial avr protein, which lead to hr.  many r proteins are cc/tir-nb-lrr, kinase or tf.  compatible = virulent
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UTSGCSB452H1Darrel DesveauxFall

Lecture 2 Summary

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24 Dec 2010
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Ttss in gram-negative bacteria is needle like with long pilus similar to flagella.  hrp = hypersensitive reaction and pathogenecity genes. Exchangeabl
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UTSGCSB452H1Darrel DesveauxFall

Summary of Lecture 1

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24 Dec 2010
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Pathogen associated molecular pattern can be flagellin, lipopolysaccharides of gram-negative bacteria, chitin, ergosterol, transglutaminase from fungi,
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