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Ch 2.Molecular Separation

Ch 3.DNA and RNA

Ch 4.Genetics

Ch 5.PCR Serials

Ch 6.Protein

Ch 7.DNA Protein Interactions

Ch 8.Immunohistoch / immunology

Ch 9.Cellular Biology

Ch 10.GC/MS, NMR and Proteomics

Ch 11.Animal Experiments

Ch 12.Worm: C. Elegans

Ch 13.HPLC and TLC

Ch 14.Buffers formats in Lab.

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Biochemistry (Chapters and Vocabulary) -unit 1-50, 51-100, 101-150, 151-200, 201-250, 251-300, 301-350, 351-400, 401-450, 451-500

101: Helper T Cell Action.                                                                    


102: Variations on a Theme.                                                                  


103: Coreceptor CD4.                                                                           


104: Class II MHC Protein.                                                                  


105: Presentation of Peptides from Internalized Proteins.                      


106: Consequences of Cytotoxic-T-Cell Action.                                  


107: T-Cell Activation.                                                                          


108: T-Cell Receptor Complex.                                                             


109: The Coreceptor CD8.                                                                    

110: T-Cell Receptor Class I MHC Complex.                                      


111: T-Cell Receptor.                                                                            


112: Anchor Residues.                                                                          


113: Class I MHC Peptide-Binding Site.                                              


114: Class I MHC Protein.                                                                    


115: Presentation of Peptides from Cytosolic Proteins.                         


116: Intracellular Pathogen.


RNA Synthesis and Splicing

117: The Discovery of Catalytic RNA Was Revealing in Regard to Both Mechanism and Evolution              


118: Complex Formed by TATA-Box-Binding Protein and DNA.           


119: Transcription Initiation.                                                                 


120: CAAT Box and GC Box.                                                             


121: TATA Box.                                                                                   


122: RNA Polymerase Poison.                                                              


123: Eukaryotic RNA polymerases                                                       


124: Transcription and Translation.                                                       


125: Transcription Is Catalyzed by RNA Polymerase                           


126: Antibiotic Action.                                                                         


127: Primary Transcript.                                                                        


128: Mechanism For the Termination of Transcription by Rho Protein.      


129: Effect of Rho Protein On the Size of RNA Transcripts.                  


130: Termination Signal.                                                                       


131: RNA-DNA Hybrid Separation.                                                    


132: Transcription Bubble.                                                                    


133: DNA Unwinding.                                                                         


134: Alternative Promoter Sequences.                                                  


135: Structure of the Sigma Subunit.                                                    


136: Prokaryotic Promoter Sequences.                                                  


137: Footprinting.                                                                                  


138: RNA Polymerase Active Site.                                                       


139: Subunits of RNA polymerase from E. coli                                   


140: RNA synthesis is a key step in the expression of genetic information.


141: RNA Polymerase Structures.                                                        


142: An Overview of RNA Synthesis                                                  


143: RNA Synthesis and Splicing                                                         


144: Problems                                                                                        


145: Summary                                                                                       


146: Comparison of Splicing Pathways.                                               


147: Self-Splicing Mechanism.                                                              


148: Structure of a Self-Splicing Intron.                                               


149: Self-Splicing. 

150: The Transcription Products of All Three Eukaryotic Polymerases Are Processed                                                                               


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