Lab 7 - Bioinformatics Worksheet: See the handout on our...

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Bioinformatics Worksheet: See the handout on our website. Name GSI & Sect # Station # 1. Name three databases other than Entrez Gene that you can use to find information related to your gene. What kind of information is available on these databases? 2. a) Record the gene map locus of your gene. b) List the diseases that are associated with your gene. c) How is it possible for mutations in a single gene to cause multiple diseases? d) Briefly describe the disease associated with your gene. Include clinical features like age of onset when available. Describe new or medical terms in your own words.
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How can one gene sequence encode multiple protein sequences? 4. List the genes located near yours. 5. a) What is the GenBank record number of the mRNA for your gene? b) How many base pairs are in the mRNA sequence? 6. a) Which reading frame gives you the right protein? b) How many amino acids are in the sequence? c) What is the molecular weight of the protein?
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2009 for the course BIO 1al taught by Professor Pederson during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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