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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter 4.3: LS3 Ch 4.3 Reading

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5 Oct 2016
3
Tertiary and quaternary structures can be represented in different ways. Tertiary structure: 3d orientation of all the different secondary structures a
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.2: Covalent Bond, Reaction Coordinate, Binding Energy

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6 Oct 2016
4
5. 2 enzymes: the reaction catalysts of biological systems. All enzymes are proteins with the exception of a small group of catalytic rna molecules. So
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.1: Dna Binding Site, Binding Constant, Cooperative Binding

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5 Oct 2016
7
A protein bound to another macromolecule can alter structure and/or function. Reversible binding of proteins to other molecules follows defined princip
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15.1-15.3: Sigma Factor, Ribonucleoside, Peptide

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30 Oct 2017
0
Is catalyzed by dna-dependent rna polymerases, which use. Factor to recognize and bind the promoter during initiation. Eukaryotic cells have three type
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittSummer

LIFESCI 3 Chapter 2,3,4,6: LS 3 assignment 1

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30 Nov 2017
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.5: Terf2, Tinf2, Exosphere

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13 Oct 2016
5
Eukaryotic cells have to replicate the ends of linear chromosomes. Telomeres and telomerase solve the end replication problem in eukaryotes. End replic
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.2: Doxorubicin, Cyclobutane, Exonuclease

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20 Oct 2016
4
Water is involved in spontaneous hydrolysis reactions that damage nucleotides and the. Negative charge on dna prone to electrophilic attack by alkylati
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1: Restriction Enzyme, Dna Ligase, Recognition Sequence

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30 Nov 2016
3
Dna cloning: separate a specific gene or dna segment from a larger chromosome attach it to a small molecule of carrier dna introduce to host cell repli
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter 21.3: 21.3

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22 Nov 2016
1
Using multiple transcription factors to control genes requires dispersed binding sites. Dna looping accommodates large distances between enhancers and
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18.3: Kozak Consensus Sequence, Chloroplast, Helicase

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10 Nov 2016
2
Recruitment of small ribosomal unit to mrna. Association of the charged trna with the mrna. Recruitment of the large ribosomal subunit to form an activ
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16.3: Karyopherin, Nuclear Pore, Snrnp

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4 Nov 2016
1
Different kinds of rna use different nuclear export pathways. Transport receptors that export non-protein-coding rnas out of the nucleus. Snrnas are tr
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.1: Holliday Junction, Dna Replication, Homologous Chromosome

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21 Oct 2016
2
Replication continues over the lesion through translesion synthesis. Lesion repair is initiated but not completed. Break in template strand is present
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