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    3.05 Dna Research Paper

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    else's body has the same DNA. DNA is usually located in the cell nucleus (nuclear DNA),however small amounts of DNA can be found in the mitochondria (mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA). The DNA has information stored as a code created by four chemical bases: adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymine (T). Each base is connected to a sugar molecule and phosphate molecule. All together it’s called a nucleotide. A nucleotides are set in two long strands creating a spiral effect called (double…

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    Gram Film

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    Organisms present on the Gram film were obtained from patient sputum. This suggests that the organisms can be present either in the airways or in the lungs. Gram film shows Gram-positive (purple- dark colour) elongated oval shaped (cocci) cells. Bacteria are present as diplococci (pairs of cocci), nevertheless they also appeared as single cells and short chains of few cells (four cells chain is visible at the Gram film). Morphological appearance of bacteria, Gram stain and presence of the…

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    Huntington’s disease is a progressive and fatal type of dementia caused by dominant allele in chromosome 4. (Kail & Cavanaugh, 2016, 2013, 2010, p. 44) It is an autosomal-assertive, progressive neurodegenerative affliction with a definite phenotype, including chorea, lack of coordination, cognitive deterioration, and behavioral difficulties. (Perandones, Micheli, & Radrizzani, 2010, p. vii) Huntington’s disease was identified by George Huntington in 1872. Huntington Disease is also referred to…

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    Today midian wants to give you a reason to read and to show science is not boring so please read. this 4 paragraph paper about molecules and what are they?They are cool genes we wear and they are cool to show off so sit back enjoy and thank you. 1# The first molecule is carbohydrates it's kinda of a sugar molecule the carbohydrates let your body talk to each other to keep you going. It's basically seen in sugar and they are made of a tiny little other substance called atoms. one sugar…

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    Double Helix Research Paper

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    Structure of DNA: The Double Helix Introduction: DNA stands for DeoxyriboNucleic Acid. It is a type of Nucleic Acid, which has deoxyribose sugar in it instead of ribose. DNA has a double helical structure. By double helix, the meaning is two strands of polynucleotide running parallel and coiled around each other through hydrogen bonding. DNA is hereditary material in all the living organisms on this planet. The basic mystery behind its heredity nature resides in the same double helical structure…

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    O-Quinones Essay

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    The catechol estrogens can give rise to semiquinones and o-quinones by any oxidizing enzyme or transition metal ions such as Cu2+ or Fe3 [66, 67, 68]. ROS including superoxide anion radicals and hydroxyl radicals is generated when semiquinones are converted to o-quinones and o quinones are reduced back to catechols and semiquinones. These metal ions and hydroxyl radicals are responsible for oxidative damage to DNA, lipids and proteins [69, 70]. Sulfation of E2 leads to decreased hormonal…

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    Sickle Cell Anemia Effect

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    Sickle Cell Anemia is an inherited blood disorder that mostly affects people of African ancestry, but it can also occur in other ethnic groups such as Middle East and Mediterranean descent (National Institute of Health). The disease affects the hemoglobin molecule in the red blood cells. Hemoglobin helps with carrying oxygen from the lungs and delivering it to different parts of the body. The mutation of this disease makes the cells become abnormal and irregular shaped. As a result, the abnormal…

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    DNA, it makes everyone special and unique. Throughout time, scientists have discovered many things about DNA. One such discovery the pairing of adenine-thymine and guanine-cytosine, but what about the structure? Watson and Crick are acknowledged the most for discovering and contributing the most to the structure of DNA in eighteen months; but what about Franklin? Though Watson and Crick are known for discovering DNA’s structure, Rosalind Franklin contributed the most to finding the structure of…

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    It was time to depart. The engines had been warmed up, the supplies were ready and the equipment had been installed and was ready to use. “Five, four, three, two, one, BLAST-Off” chanted Captain Xerox at headquarters, and with that our micro-V96 craft was propelled towards the cell membrane for the first leg of our journey to investigate the process of Protein Synthesis in a eukaryotic animal cell. The cell membrane is a delicate wall of phospholipid molecules, consisting of hydrophilic heads…

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    Achondroplasia Case Study

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    Introduction The predominant disease that mutant FGFR3 (fibroblast growth factor receptor 3) gene causes is Achondroplasia. Furthermore, Achondroplasia means the absence of chondrocyte formation in bones. Additionally, the transformation of chondrocytes into bone cells is prevalent in the limbs as well as the facial bones of humans (1). Therefore, the predominant symptom of Achondroplasia is bone growth retardation and is found in the limbs as well as facial bones. The majority of people…

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