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    Ehbp1 Research Paper

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    The full name of EHBP1 is "EH domain binding protein 1." The symbol for the gene is EHBP1. Other names for the EHBP1 gene are HPC12, NASCIN, and KIAA0903. EH Domain Binding Protein 1 is a protein coding gene. This gene codes for an Eps15 homology domain binding protein. Its protein type is a vesicle. The encoded protein may play a role in endocytic trafficking. It is associated with prostate cancer. This gene is commonly found within the cytosol and the plasma membrane of a cell. It's size is 1231 amino acids long. Its cytogenetic location is on the short, or p, arm of chromosome 2 at position 15, or 2p15, located from base pair 62,673,850 to base pair 63,046,486. Ishikawa Nagase and other scientists, in 1998, cloned a partial EHBP1 cDNA, which they called KIAA0903. They did this by sequencing clones received from a size-fractionated human brain complementary DNA (cDNA) library. They found intermediate expression in most tissues and specific brain regions. The expression was low in the tissues of the lung, spleen, and pancreas. In 2004, Soriano Guilherme and other scientists identified human EHBP1 by searching databases for sequences similar to the EHBP1 gene in mice. The EHBP1 gene is a protein coding gene. The gene's DNA, composed of exons, codes for a certain protein. EHBP1 encodes an Eps15 homology domain binding protein. EHBP1 interacts with PTEN, which is a phosphatase with both lipid phosphate and protein activities. PTEN acts as a tumor suppressor, which protects a…

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    APOE Gene Research Paper

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    Sequence one’s protein was found to be apolipoprotein E. This protein is known as the APOE gene. The protein forms molecules called lipoproteins by combining fats in the body. Lipoproteins have the responsibility to package cholesterol and other fats, and send them through the bloodstream. To prevent disorders with this protein, it is important to maintain the right level of cholesterol, so that it does not affect the heart and blood vessels that could causes a heart attack, stroke, or a…

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    Tpk-Trypsin Lab Report

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    Objectives Objective 1: Develop a cell line expressing the duck viperin. In order to develop an avian model that is able to express the duck viperin with an advantage of stable and homogeneous expression, duck viperin with and without the C-terminal V5 tag was previously cloned into the mammalian expression vector pcDNA3.1/Hygro+. Then, with the use of lipofectamine 2000, I stably transfected an empty vector and duck viperin tagged or untagged into DF-1 cells. In order to get a monoclonal…

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    The protein that is in sequence one is Alpha-synuclein. Alpha-synuclein is a protein whose function in the healthy brain is currently unknown (Alpha-synuclein and Parkinson's Disease, n.d.). Parkinson's disease researchers take great interest in it because it is a major constituent of Lewy bodies, which are protein clumps that are the pathological hallmark of Parkinson’s disease (Alpha-synuclein and Parkinson's Disease, n.d.). Researchers work to characterize the protein's role in Parkinson’s…

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    What impact has TM Landry had on me? An impact is the way an outside force influences an individual’s behavior. Everyone has experienced an event that has shaped their beliefs or influenced their actions. These events can vary from a death to moving schools. This was the case with Sean. Sean waited at the bus stop as he replayed the last two weeks. Sean’s dad had recently moved them to a different state for his new job. Since Sean was an introvert, he dreaded the idea of starting over in…

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    Colorado a place where there are beautiful snowy mountains and a bunch of scenery. A girl from Los Angeles, California that would be the weirdest thing to imagine for someone who grew up around beaches and warm weather all the time. That girl was me, I just learned that I was moving from sunny California to bi-polar weather Colorado. Learning that I was moving to a completely different state was one of the hardest and weirdest things for me. During the months of September and October my…

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    I had got use to having the skytrain doors shut in my face. No matter how confused or scared someone looked, no one had the time to stop or help a lost person. The ride back home seemed to be longer than usual and I could not help but notice the nervous group of kids trying to figure out the directions. Looking at them reminded me of the time when I first used the skytrain without any adult supervision. I vividly remember the struggle my little cousin and I faced just to get back home. It…

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    WHAT IS OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING? Object oriented programming in a methodology of software development that allows for the designation of functions to be applied to data structures such as classes, these classes are referred to as objects, hence the name. Object-Oriented coding is one of multiple major programming paradigms. These include but are not limited to; Imperative, Logical, Functional and Object oriented. Problems that can be solved by one of these paradigms can normally be solved by…

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    Visual Basic can be used to create UI and UX rich programs for Windows platforms in a very short time. Whereas, C++ can be used to write complex programs that needs to computer faster without using much hardware resources. C++ is command line based language, on the other hand, Visual Basic is IDE and event driven language. For example, creating a pop up box in C++ is a tedious task. If the programmer is writing from scratch, making a window appear in C++ will take you 15 minutes to program…

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    When I started this course, I was unaware of the different types of writing and the massive amounts of research behind it. Prompts given to me were thought provoking and interesting, so I took a lot of interest in various types of arguments and assignments. What caught my interest in this subject is how, as a writer, one has to argue from both sides, include research data to support them, and then conclude them with a winning argument. My collection of persuasive writing demonstrates that I…

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