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1 Molecular Biology Part II: The Central Dogma Translation
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2 A: The Genetic Code Proteins were known to be large complex (>20 kinds of amino acids) globular 3-dimensional highly varied DNA was known to be linear simple repetitive
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3 Scientific American Proteins complex 3-D structures, exquisitely precise functions Cytochrome C
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4 Scientific American Despite 3-D complexity, proteins are fundamentally 1-D structures— a crucial discovery for interpreting the functions of DNA!
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5 Felsenfeld 1985 Scientific American DNA RNA protein co-linearity of DNA, RNA, and protein
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6 Gamow, 1954 Possible relations between deoxyribo- nucleic acid and protein structures. Nature How DNA codes for protein – not! George Gamow: WWII nuclear physicist, developed “Big Bang” theory, post-war mol. bio. wannabe May 1953 writes to Crick pointing out that DNA and insulin are both LINEAR polymers
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7 Modification of the protein filter binding assay
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8 Weaver 2005 Molecular Biology fig 3.20
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