Day14.Printed - (what do you think) Is the book relevant...

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1 MBIO 3813-002 Day 14 Fri 9/23/11 Two portraits projected: Charles Darwin, b. 2/12/1809 [who else was born that day?] Fred Neidhardt, Microbial Physiologist, proteome pioneer D. Blum, Poisoner’s Handbook “Golden Age of Poisoners” late 1800s to 1920s topics Exam No. 1 discussed Finish Ch 3 on to Ch 4 Genome ; Proteome Ghost Map topic statement to be released over weekend • Important themes:________
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Unformatted text preview: (what do you think) Is the book relevant today? Does it tie in with what weve seen so far? Run, Smooth Swim Tumble, Reorient Net movement: 2 Proteome Proteins expressed at a given moment Complete proteome, all possible proteins this cell can express Expressed proteome, set of proteins synthd under condition at the moment 3 COHNSPFe...
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