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Unformatted text preview: 12/3/2008 1 Announcements Regrades due by Friday Office Hours: Today 2 3pm; Monday 1 2 pm Office Hours: Today, 2-3pm; Monday, 1-2 pm Final Exam: Tuesday 6:30-9:30 Moore 100: Janet, Diana, Ronika, Shawn, Gabriela, Allen La Kretz 110: Danny, Rachel, Jessica, Jennifer, Ana Marie PAB 1425: Lynn, Lauren, Courtney Genomics Genomics is the study of all the genes of a cell, or tissue, at the DNA (genome), mRNA (transcriptome), or protein (proteome) levels 12/3/2008 2 DNA sequence of entire genomes First genome sequenced was a bacteriophage 174 in 1977 by bacteriophage, 174, in 1977 by Frederick Sanger (invented DNA sequencing 5375 bp No introns, simple analysis revealed all open reading frames Start with ATG and end with stop codon Genes packed into small genome 174 genome From DNA sequence, all protein sequences can be deduced Surprising find: overlapping genes 12/3/2008 3 Great reading over Xmas break 12/3/2008 4 What have we learned from...
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2009 for the course LIFESCI LS 3 taught by Professor Paulolague during the Fall '09 term at UCLA.

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