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IMED1002 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Southern Blot, Thermal Cycler, Gc-Content
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LECTURE 17 MANIPULATING DNA I Agarose gel electrophoresis is a technique that is used to separate DNA based on its size. A porous gel (agarose) is placed in a tank and wells are made in it. DNA is added to the wells toge...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED1002
Liz Quail
IMED1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Origin Recognition Complex, Eukaryotic Dna Replication, Dna Replication
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LECTURE 16: CHROMOSOME REPLICATION What are the functions of these proteins found at the replication fork? Sliding clamp/PCNA Allows DNA Pol. to bind stably therefore increasing replication efficiency Clamp loader L...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED1002
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IMED1002 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Okazaki Fragments, Dna Replication, Semiconservative Replication
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LECTURE 15 DNA REPLICATION DNA replication is when the DNA helix unwinds and separates into 2 single strands which form the template for new strands to be synthesised. To make RNA, only 1 DNA strand is copied whereas wit...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED1002
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IMED1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Polysome, Peptide Bond, Release Factor
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RNA PROCESSING ______, ______ and a long 3 end are all transcribed into ________. Getting to the _______ mRNA transcript requires processing which can be divided into three main stages: __________, ____________ and _____...

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IMED1002
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IMED1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Haemophilia, Blood Type, Y Chromosome
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LECTURE 29,30 &31 INHERITANCE A gene is a piece of DNA that encodes a particular trait. An allele is an alternate form of a gene and the location of a gene on the chromosome is called its locus. Genotype refers to the c...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED1002
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IMED1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: In Situ Hybridization, Southern Blot, Dna Ligase
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MANIPULATING DNA II Define recombinant DNA DNA from 2 sources that are isolated, then inserted into a bacterial cell for its own machinery to replicate genetic material in it. To make recombinant DNA in vivo (within ba...

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IMED1002
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IMED1002 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Phosphodiester Bond, Prokaryote, Nucleosome
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LECTURE 13 CHROMOSOMES Chromosomes exist as pairs in the nucleus of our cells. A single copy of the pair is called a chromatid/genome and is made up of a molecule of double-stranded DNA where the functional regions of...

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IMED1002
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IMED1002 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ribose, Formamide, Ionic Strength
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LEARNING OUTCOMES LECTURES 11-12 Lecture 11: - Double helix held together by: 1. H bonds between base pairs => specificity 2. Hydrophobic stacking interactions of bases => stability (maintain fideli...

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IMED1002
Liz Quail
IMED1002 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chromosome, Amide, Nitrogenous Base
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LEARNING OUTCOMES LECTURES 9-10 Lecture 9: - Nucleic acid: found in DNA/RNA and is a polymer of nucleotides - Nucleotide: monomers of nucleic acid that includes phosphate group, sugar group and nitr...

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IMED1002 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Molar Concentration, Dissociation Constant, Ionic Compound
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LEARNING OUTCOMES LECTURES 1-4 Lecture 1: - Cells are small, membrane-bound units filled with aqueous solution of chemicals - Cells can divide, grow, convert energy, respond to stimuli, evolve - Macromo...

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IMED1002
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IMED1002 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Thiol, Antibody, Keratin
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LEARNING OUTCOMES LECTURES 79 Lecture 7: Noncovalent bonds in protein structure: determines shaoe of protein (stabilises structure) Primary = sequence of AA Secondary = repeated folding of AA (alpha and beta) Tertiary ...

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IMED1002
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IMED1002 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Carboxylic Acid, Glycogen, Phospholipid
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LEARNING OUTCOMES LECTURES 56 Lecture 5: Carbohydrates are macromolecules consisting of CHO Most carbohydrates form ring structures Chirality is present in carbohydrates Derivatives of polysaccharides: 1. Homopolysacc...

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