Lectures 8 and 9

Lectures 8 and 9

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Transcription
and
Translation
 I.
Central
dogma
 II.
Transcription
 
 
 
 
 A.
Initiation,
Elongation
and
Termination
 B.
Prokaryotes
vs.
Eukaryotes
 A.
Initiation,
Elongation
and
Termination
 B.
Prokaryotes
vs.
Eukaryotes
 III.
Translation
 IV.
Mutations
 
 A.
DNA
‐>
RNA
‐>
protein

 V.

Methods
 
 A.
Northern
 
 B.
Western
 
 
 
Genetics
of
Bacteria
and
their
Viruses

 Objectives:
 Know
key
features
of
transcription
and
translation
in
prokaryotes
and
eukaryotes
 Know
the
events
involved
in
processing
eukaryotic
mRNA
and
the
role
of
processing
 Be
able
to
track
the
effects
of
mutations
through
to
effect
on
protein
sequence
and
phenotypes
 Vocabulary:
 transcription
 promoter
 consensus
sequence
 monocistronic/polycistronic
 RNA
polymerases
I,
II,
III
...
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