Translation 1-27-10

Translation 1-27-10 - Transcription and Translation...

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• Transcription wrap up – RNA • Types • Modifications • Translation – Universal genetic code – tRNA • Codon/anticodon • The enzymes that make tRNA work – Ribosomes – Reading frames of mRNA – Initiation – Catalysis of protein synthesis reaction – Termination Transcription and Translation
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Transcription video http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/dna/DN Ai_transcription_vo1.html
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What happens to all that RNA? Not all of it is coding for a protein: • mRNA- message or messenger. Encodes template for a polypeptide • tRNA- transfer. Connector molecules. Essential for Protein Synthesis • rRNA- Ribosomal. Part of ribosome. Essential for Protein Synthesis • Other RNAs: numerous other functions (siRNA- Nobel 2006- regulation of gene expression)
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Promoter Exon 1 Intron 1 Exon 2 Intron 2 Exon 3 DNA Eukaryotic Cells modify their mRNA before using it
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How do we go from this To this? 5’-AUGAGAUUUAAGGGAUAA-3’
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