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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

151: Selected proteins exhibiting alternative RNA splicing                    


152: Alternative Splicing Patterns.                                                        


153: Splicing Catalytic Center.                                                             


154: Spliceosome Assembly.                                                                 


155: Small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particles (snRNPs) in the splicing of mRNA precursors        


156: Splicing Branch Point.                                                                   


157: Splicing Mechanism Used for mRNA Precursors.                         


158: Splicing Defects.                                                                           


159: Splice Sites.                                                                                   


160: RNA Editing.                                                                                


161: Polyadenylation of a Primary Transcript.                                      


162: Capping the 5 End.                                                                       


163: Transfer RNA Precursor Processing.                                             


164: Eukaryotic Transcription and Translation Are Separated in Space and Time   


165: Transcription-Factor-Binding Sites.                                              


166: Assembly of the Initiation Complex.                                            

The Control of Gene Expression

167: The Greater Complexity of Eukaryotic Genomes Requires Elaborate Mechanisms for Gene Regulation              


168: An Experimental Demonstration of Enhancer Function.                  


169: Enhancer Binding Sites.                                                                


170: Gal4 Binding Sites.                                                                       


171: Higher-Order Chromatin Structure.                                              


172: Homologous Histones.                                                                  


173: Nucleosome Core Particle.                                                            


174: Chromatin Structure.                                                                     


175: Yeast Chromosomes.                                                                     


176: Prokaryotic DNA-Binding Proteins Bind Specifically to Regulatory Sites in Operons           


177: DNA Recognition Through Beta Strands.                                    


178: Helix-Turn-Helix Motif.                                                                


179: Structure of a Dimer of CAP Bound to DNA.                             


180: Binding Site for Catabolite Activator Protein (CAP).                     


181: Binding-Site Distributions.                                                           


182: Induction of the LAC Operon.                                                      


183: Effects of IPTG On LAC Repressor Structure.                            


184: LAC Repressor-DNA Interactions.                                               


185: Structure of the LAC Repressor.                                                   


186: The LAC Operator.                                                                        


187: Operons.                                                                                        


188: Beta-Galactosidase Induction.                                                      


189: Following the Beta-Galactosidase Reaction.                                


190: Programming Gene Expression.                                                    


191: Highly expressed protein-encoding genes of the pancreas and liver (as percentage of total mRNA pool)               


192: The Control of Gene Expression                                                   


193: Chapter Integration Problem                                                         


194: Problems                                                                                        


195: Summary                                                                                       


196: Gene Expression Can Be Controlled at Posttranscriptional Levels     


197: The IRE-BP Is an Aconitase.                                                        


198: Transferrin-receptor mRNA.                                                         


199: Iron-Response Element.                                                                


200: Structure of Ferritin.                                                                      

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