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Bacteriophage Bacteriophage (Phage) [Get PPT]
Bacteriophage Bacteriophage (Phage) Definition - Obligate intracellular parasites that multiply inside bacteria by making use of some or all of the host biosynthetic machinery Significance Models fo..
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Bacteriophage Bacteriophage (Phage) [Get PPT]
Bacteriophage Bacteriophage (Phage) Definition - Obligate intracellular parasites that multiply inside bacteria by making use of some or all of the host biosynthetic machinery Significance Models fo..
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Viral Growth Dr Paul Brown [Get PPT]
.. Each virus particle that attaches to a cell and reproduces may cause cell lysis, and the virus particles released can spread to adjacent cells in the agar, infect them, be reproduced, and again l..
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Viruses Chapters 13 and 14 Some phage multiply inside host .. [Get PPT]
.. transcription of host DNA does not occur All mRNA synthesized is transcribed from phage DNA Preexisting host enzymes continue to function Early viral proteins are associated with the replication ..
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Bacterial Genetics The largest and most obvious division of .. [Get PPT]
.. two identical copies of the colonies on a petri plate under different conditions. For instance, if you were looking for trp- auxotrophs, one plate would contain added tryptophan and the other pla..
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Announcements Online Quiz Deadline: Midnight [Get PPT]
.. and thus might be useful in treating diseases caused by bacteria Next Slide GRAPHIC SLIDE! next slide has a photo of a woman who has an advanced stage of Kaposi's sarcoma, a condition associated ..
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Viruses Characteristics Obligate intracellular parasites [Get PPT]
.. DNA replication Late transcription-capsid & structural proteins Assembly of virus Takes place in nucleus Proteins transported via ER into nucleus Released from host cell Budding Lysis Biosynthesi..
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Lecture # 37 Dr. Buckhaults Antibiotics Disrupt Cell Wall .. [Get PPT]
.. urinary tract and Nocardia infections. - The sulfonamides are used in combination with trimethoprim; this combination blocks two distinct steps in folic acid metabolism and prevents the emergence..
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Viruses General Characteristics of all viruses [Get PPT]
.. Zoster (Shingles) HHV-3 causes chicken pox and latent activation known as shingles Acquired by respiratory route, 2 weeks later see vesicles on skin Vaccine established in 1995 for chickenpox Cau..
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Viruses Updated Nov. 2008 Viruses are the simplest .. [Get PPT]
.. to make mRNA use a viral enzyme that is packaged with the genome inside the capsid. Table 1 Retroviruses (class VI) have the most complicated life cycles These carry an enzyme called reverse tran..

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Virology Extracellular vs. Intracellular Viruses [Get PPT]
.. DNA, ex. methylation of purines or pyrimidines. Viruses can fight back by modifying their own DNA by methylation or glucosylation or by inhibiting host restriction systems. However, some restrict..
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Figure: 20-04a Caption: (a) The T4 virus looks like a .. [Get PPT]
.. rare individuals. Targets of chemotherapy . Also, basis of mutation to new strains. Makes it a moving target. Pest control Vaccines Anti-cancer treatment Gene therapy Pest control - of agricultur..
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The Viruses Part I: , General Characteristics and Viruses .. [Get PPT]
.. Example: HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) DNA intermediates involved Reverse transcriptase (RT)-associated virus (RNA-dependent DNA polymerase) + RNA associated primer +RNA -DNA/+RNA duplex RNA..

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Molecular Biology Gene [Get PPT]
.. strand of the DNA following the base-pairing rules The single-stranded messenger RNA peels away and the DNA strands rejoin Making mRNA from DNA DNA strand is the template (pattern) match bases U ..
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Transcription and Translation History: linking genes and .. [Get PPT]
.. insertions or deletions should produce a shift in the reading frame of the triplet code. His group was able to show that a single mutation gave a mutant phenotype, but a combination of a single b..

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CEN 551 Biochemical Engineering [Get PPT]
.. fragments in the cytoplasm (not in nucleus) self-replicating often used to engineer organisms to express a desired protein traits more easily lost if encoded in plasmid DNA RNA Messenger RNA (mRN..

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Protein-Nucleic Acids Interaction [Get PPT]
.. zipper Other -helical binding motifs -Sheet binding motifs The met repressor family The TFIID TATA-box binding protein Restriction endonucleases: EcoRI and EcoRV EcoRI EcoRV have very different s..
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Chromosomes What Exactly is a chromosome? Chromosomes are .. [Get PPT]
.. such a role of methylation is seen in the inactivation of the X chromosome in female mammal. The inactive X chromosome become heterochromatic and appears as a dark fleck under the microscope this..
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