- Epigenetics how are things being controlled(genetics DNA replication(cell cycle regulation transcription RNA translation Proteins

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01/25/11 Epigenetics – how are things being controlled (genetics) DNA → replication (cell cycle regulation) transcription → RNA → translation → Proteins → post-translational modifications (f- proteins) Antibodies against protein different fluorophores – detect by shooting laser. Get excited by wave of light what is molecular genetics? Clonging “dolly” Finn Dorset “Dolly” - 1% successful A and M – no success first cat = tri-colored cat hierarchy of life Genomics in phylogenetics to make relationships DNA the Genetic Material Genome – the complete set of DNA in an organism Genomic DNA – nuclear Miescher (1869) – extraction of “nuclein” from the nuclei human white blood cell weakly acidic, phosphorous rich substance Feulgen (1923) – localized “nuclein” almost exclusively within the chromosome Gene: coding region (transcribed region) regulatory region – transcribed region – end point of transcription
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course BIO 1130 taught by Professor Simpson during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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- Epigenetics how are things being controlled(genetics DNA replication(cell cycle regulation transcription RNA translation Proteins

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