Lecture3_Central Dogma1

Lecture3_Central Dogma1 - Central Dogma definition of a...

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• Central Dogma • definition of a gene • DNA to protein - overview • basics of transcription • prokaryotic vs. eukaryotic organization • eukaryotic RNA processing DNA to protein - from gene to function Replication: duplication of DNA using DNA as template Transcription: synthesis of RNA using DNA as template Translation: synthesis of protein using RNA as template Information Flow
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5’ ATGCACTGTGCA 3’ 3’ TACGTGACTCGT 5’ 5’ ATGCACTGTGCA 3’ 3’ TACGTGACACGT 5’ 5’ ATGCACTGTGCA 3’ 3’ TACGTGACACGT 5’ gene (DNA) - sequence of dNTPs + non-template, mRNA-like template 5’ A U G CAC U G U GCA 3’ mRNA N- Met His Cys Ala -C Replication Transcription Translation codon mRNA - sequence of rNTPs Protein primary structure
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Exceptions to the Central Dogma Epigenetic marks, such as patterns of DNA methylation, can be inherited and provide information other than the DNA sequence. Retroviruses use reverse transcriptase to
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