LECTURE-31_DNA Replication

LECTURE-31_DNA Replication - DNA Replication Lecture #31...

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DNA Replication Lecture #31 Campbell and Reece (7 th  Ed) Chapter 16 : Pages 296-308 Nisson Schechter PhD Depart. Biochemistry and Cell Biology Depart. psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences HSC T-10; Rm 049 444-1368 [email protected]
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NOTE! To understand this lecture you need to review  the lecture on the structure of DNA: Lecture  #6, slides 7 – 36.
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OBJECTIVES 1. Describe the primary structure of DNA. 2. Describe the three alternative models of DNA  replication. 3. Describe the Meselson-Stahl experiment. 4. List and know the what is required for  in vitro   DNA replication. 5. Compare and contrast the leading and lagging  strands during DNA replication.
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OBJECTIVES 6. Know the role of the listed components:  Primase Okazaki fragments Helicase. Single stranded binding proteins. Ligase. 7.  Describe the role and mechanism of  TELOMERASE during eukaryotic DNA  replication.
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Lecture #29 - Organization Part 1 Experimental evidence showing how DNA is  replicated. Part 2 Biochemistry of DNA replication. Part 3 Telomeres and telomerase.
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The primary structure of DNA. Review Lecture #6 purine pyrimidine The 3’ to 5’ phosphodiester bond links the nucleotides forming the primary structure of DNA.
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The double helix
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The two strands of DNA are antiparallel Remember!
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LECTURE-31_DNA Replication - DNA Replication Lecture #31...

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