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a widely-used tool for finding and evaluating DNA or protein sequences. Users can utilize either their own sequences or the genomes of hundreds of organisms. …
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Nutrient solution for the growth of eukariotic cells or bacteria. It can contain everything the cell needs for its growth (complete media) or can be incomplete (selective media) to select for cells th…
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An organism which thrives in extreme chemical or physical conditions which would be harmful to most life forms.
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a modification of an RNA after transcription, in which intervening nucleotide sequence sequences (introns) are removed and the remaining sequences (exons) are joined.
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Electromagnetic radiation, specifically the range of frequencies visible to humans ("visible light").
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Questions pertaining to western blots, which are used for detecting specific proteins (sometimes called protein immunoblots).
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A method of determining the arrangement of atoms within a crystal, in which a beam of X-rays strikes a crystal and causes the beam of light to spread into many specific directions.
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A chip-based assay that allows parallel detection of thousands of samples, such as DNA, at once.
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Questions pertaining to sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, a technique used to separate proteins according to electrophoretic mobility
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Involuntary movements in response to stimuli which usually employ circuits local to the spinal cord or in the cranial nerves, though not exclusively.
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A structural aberrancy in DNA, as opposed to a sequence change (mutation). Often caused by reactive species.
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the studies of the biophysical properties of enzymes and their substrates.
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Questions pertaining to genome-wide association studies.
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Behaviours that transfer information between organisms
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a substance which causes the the body to produce a reaction of the adaptive immune system. Contact of the immune system to antigens results in the production of highly specific (antigen …
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sites in proteins or on DNA where other proteins or DNA can bind. Binding sites are usually conserved.
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The study of the function, chemistry and structure of cells.
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the complex of DNA, histones, and other scaffolding proteins that make up the chromosomes, which in eukaryotes is located in the nucleus of the cell.
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Questions pertaining to the conversion of sugar to ethanol, gas, or acids by bacteria or yeast.