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L20 Translation - Translation...

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Last time Proteins that affect gene transcription: Transcription Factors Classes (types) Anatomy of a transcription factor How specific transcription factors work Post transcriptional regulation: mRNA stability The role of the Poly A tail RNA interference (RNAi) 2
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Translation from mRNA to proteins quick review: features of proteins Important components of translation machinery tRNA ribosomes Revisiting translation (with some detail) Initiation, elongation, termination 3
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Translation Process by which information in mRNA is translated to amino acid sequence 4
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Finding the Rosetta Stone INPUT (RNA) OUTPUT (aa) UUU UUU, etc Phenylalanine AAA AAA, etc Lysine 61/64 combinations code for amino acids What do the last 3 codons code for? STOP (UAA, UGA, UAG) AUG codes for START and for Methionine.
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