Intention to treat analysis, compliance,
drop-outs and how to deal with missing data
in clinical research: a review
Susan Armijo-Olivo, Sharon Warren and David Magee
Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
NAME: VINOD JANKEE
ID # 814001191
COURSE: FUNDAMENTALS OF MICROBIOLOGY
COURSE CODE: 2265
LAB # 3
TITLE: IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIA.
To inoculate lactose broth test tube and observe after incubation for 24-48 hou
BIOL2164 MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (2017)
LAB SESSION 1
Practicing microcentrifuge and micropipette use in the lab.
Students must know and explain the following: the correct safety rules and guidelines of the Molecular Biology laboratory
the MSDS lit
BIOL1362 Nucleotides and nucleic acids tutorial
1. The composition (mole fraction) of one on the strands of a double-helical DNA is [A] = 0.19, and
[C] = 0.33. Calculate the following, if possible, if impossible, write I
a. For the same strand:
i. [T] =
BIOL2165 Tutorial 5- Molecular Genetics
1. Differentiate between theta and sigma mode of replication.
These are types of replication in bacteriophages. (1 mark)
The theta mode of replication begins at an origin by formation of a
replication bubble proceed
Amino acid tutorial
1. What is the significance of Tyr and Trp absorbing UV light strongly (esp at 280nm).
Write equilibrium equations for its
three ionizations and assign the
proper pKas for each ionization.
Show net charges.(10%)
LIPIDS TUTORIAL QUESTIONS
Questions 1-10 are single answer MCQs. Choose the single best answer.
Which of the following statements correctly completes the sentence: Triacylglycerols.?
are more slowly mobilized than carbohydrates to provide energy
BIOL 2164 PRINCIPLES OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
LAB 2 PLASMID DNA EXTRACTION & DNA QUANTIFICATION, PURITY
DETERMINATION AND PCR AMPLIFICATION
Objectives:1. To isolate plasmid DNA contained in bacterial cells
2. To measure the concentration of nucleic acids vi
Calculation for finding the amount of BSA per ml.
If 1ml = 200g/mL
Then 0.1ml = 0.1 x 200 = 20g/mL
b) Tube #3
If 1ml = 200g/mL
Then 0.2ml = 0.2 x 200 = 40g/mL
If 1ml = 200g/mL
Then 0.3ml = 0.3 x 200 = 60g/mL
d) Tube #5
If 1ml = 200g/mL
Multiple Choice. (2 points each)
_ Which of the following is not an example of a vector used in cloning experiments?
B. polytene chromosome
C. yeast artificial chromosome
E. bacteriophage lambd
B io Factsheet
Using DNA to solve crimes
Summarises the key techniques of the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and gel electrophoresis
Describes how these techniques are used to solve crimes
DNA, RNA, Protein & Gene Technology Questions from VCAA
Exams (includes answers)
Using gene therapy to treat a disease involves introducing
A. particular proteins into a person with the disease.
B. various types of blood into a person with
Section I (11mks)
1) Which of the following enzymes catalyzes the first committed step of glycolysis?
a) phosphofructokinase I
d) glucose-6-phosphate isomerase
2) The conversion of pyruvate to lacta
Worksheet #1 Math 1115 - Microsoft Excel
Group 2 and Group 4- Allocation 1 -Saturday, 25th. March, 2014
Due date : Friday 31st. October, 2014 @ 5 pm
Late submissions will not be entertained.
Answer all 3 questions.
Save your completed workshe
Name: Vinod Jankee
Student ID#: 814001191
Course Code: BIOL 2360
Topic: Mitochondrial Trifunctional Protein Deficiency.
The main purpose of the essay is to discuss relevant information about the given topic of
Recall that statistical inference involves drawing
inferences about the population from a sample
(subgroup) taken from the population.
TYPES OF STUDIES
As you move up the pyramid the study designs are more rigorous and allow for less bias or
systematic error that may distract you from the truth.
Case series and Case reports consist of collections of reports on the treatment of individual
Chapter 41Structure and Classification of Viruses
Hans R. Gelderblom.
Structure and Function
Viruses are small obligate intracellular parasites, which by definition contain either a
RNA or DNA genome surrounded by a protective, vir
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See what questions
a doctor would ask.
Articles Diseases of Mankind
Imagine having a copy of yourself, similar to having an identical twin but an exact
replica of you that is created from your own cells. Such a dream opened the door for
WHAT IS CLONING
In general; it is the replication of certain type of
The Levey-Jennings Control Chart
This exercise is intended to show, in step-wise fashion, how to construct a
Levey-Jennings control chart, plot control values, and interpret those results.
This assumes you already have (a) selected appropriate control mat
Introduction to Mitosis the early days of cell division
The main function of mitosis is for cellular reproduction & general growth and repair of the
Mitosis as a form of reproduction for single-cell organisms originated with li
Meiosis is a special type of cell division necessary for sexual reproduction in eukaryotes. The cells
produced by meiosis are gametes or spores. Gametes are called sperm and egg cells. Meiosis was discovered
and described for the first time in sea urchin
NAME: Vinod Jankee
COURSE: BIOL 1362- Biochemistry I
a) What factors influence the rate of diffusion across a membrane
The factors affecting the rate of diffusion across a membrane are relatively the extent
of the concentra
The alternative oxidase (AOX) pathway of plant mitochondria uncouples respiration from
mitochondrial ATP production and may ameliorate plant performance under stressful
environmental conditions, such as cold temperatures, by preventing excess accumulation
Amelia Singh (812000718)
DATE: 3rd March 2015
BIOL2867 Physiology of Animals
TITLE: THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON THE HEART BEAT OF A MOSQUITO
AIM: To determine how temperature affects Q10 in ectotherms (heart rate
Zool 3200: Cell Biology
Answer each of the following questions in the space provided; circle the correct answer or answers for
each multiple choice question and circle either True or False to indicate whether each true/false
SOUTHERN BLOT LAB: BACKGROUND, OVERVIEW & PROTOCOL
In 1975, E. M. Southern developed a technique to transfer DNA directly from an agarose gel
to a nitrocellulose or nylon membrane. The technique relies on capillary action
What does transformation mean?
How do we get DNA into Cells?
Selection and Screening
Please refrain from:
Talking during class
Texting during class
(Peer et al., 2009)
Expression vectors are specifically are for the expression of the transgene in
the target cell
Possess a promote
PCR questions and answers
1. What are the three basic steps of conventional PCR?
a. Denature, anneal, & strand displacement
b. Denature, anneal & extension
c. Strand displacement, synthesis & release
d. Reverse-transcription, anneal & extend
2. Which of t