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UC RIVERSIDECBNS 101Erin SteinburgSummer

CBNS 101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Cell Cycle, Protein, S Phase

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Cells go through a very processed cycle. Hereditary information is stored in dna chemical code. All cells store information in this way. All cells prol
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UC RIVERSIDECBNS 101Erin SteinburgSummer

CBNS 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mdm2, Securin, Apoptosis

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UC RIVERSIDECBNS 101Erin SteinburgSummer

CBNS 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Microtubule, Centrosome, Cyclin-Dependent Kinase 1

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UC RIVERSIDECBNS 101Erin SteinburgSummer

CBNS 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Caspase, Nuclear Lamina, Deoxyribonuclease

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UC RIVERSIDECBNS 101Erin SteinburgSummer

CBNS 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Growth Factor, Tumor Suppressor Gene, S Phase

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Gain of function vs. loss of function mutations. Mutations in: ras, rb, p53: genes where mutations occur, proto-oncogene: Function in cell signaling pa
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UC RIVERSIDECBNS 101Erin SteinburgSummer

CBNS 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Transmission Electron Microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscope, Electron Microscope

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Microscopy: the ability to see cells and their internal structures is a fundamental requirement of studying cells. Two main types of microscopy: light
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UC RIVERSIDECBNS 101Erin SteinburgSummer

CBNS 101 Final: CBNS 101 Lecture Outline - Final Review

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The cell is the fundamental unit of life! Insights into cell function that is essential to gain insights into human health & diseases. Retain cellular
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UC RIVERSIDECBNS 101Erin SteinburgSummer

CBNS 101 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Cell Cycle, Protein, S Phase

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Cells go through a very processed cycle. Hereditary information is stored in dna chemical code. All cells store information in this way. All cells prol
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