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  • Biology-Online • View forum - General Discussion
    6 34 am Is life only a system of evolving chemical reactions 10 Wed Feb 17 2016 11 36 am Additional this strong movement 0 Wed Feb 17 2016 6 15 am I do hold in mind of like 0 Wed Feb 17 2016 6 11 am How does a Virus survive 2 Tue Feb 16 2016 5 06 pm Ebola virus 3 Wed Jan 27 2016 8 22 pm Help me find a more complete form of the biology tree of lif 0 Tue Jan 26 2016 4 41 pm Help me understand the concept of Catabolism 3 Mon Jan 25 2016 6 03 pm Protein Question 2 Mon Jan 25 2016 5 22 am About a 45 there s really no reason to go more here 1 Mon Jan 18 2016 1 29 pm PLEASE READ Help With Homework 0 Wed Jan 13 2016 1 58 am Question about the human reproductive system 0 Wed Jan 06 2016 9 13 am Measuring OD600 5 Tue Jan 05 2016 11 53 am For years exercise enthusiasts accept doubtable 0 Mon Dec 21 2015 5 12 am Crohn s Disease question 0 Thu Dec 17 2015 7 27 am Entropy of life as a whole actually increase over time 4 Sun Dec 06 2015 9 30 am Calcium vs magnesium binding 0 Sat Dec 05 2015 8 12 pm Coagulation is factor IX a required part of external path 1 Sat Dec 05 2015 7 52 pm A female can accomplish her daydream 0 Fri Dec 04 2015 6 05 am Cheap Kitchens In Rotherham Area UK 0 Mon Nov 30 2015 3 47 am How come we have five antigen by rh with only two genes 0 Tue Nov 10 2015 4 03 pm Aliment accumulation is protein 1

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Thickness of Eyebrows (Genetics)
    it interesting that I end up having the eyebrow trait from my grandmother so I ended up researching more into this subject and I started having many questions In which chromosome is found the gene that controls the thickness of the eyebrows Is it only 1 gene who controls the thickness of hair on the eyebrow of an individual What it more beneficial Having thick or thin eyebrows If so how Question on topic By viewing a family tree how does a specific trait can jump over a generation p ex The mother has a thick eyebrows ee and the father has a thin eyebrows Ee all the kids 2nd generation end up having thick eyebrows Ee But some kids of the 3rd generation end up having a familiar trait thin eyebrows Any other important fact about the genetics related to the thickness of the eyebrows If you can answer at least one of these questions I d be very appreciative If you could answer me with a lot of scientific details and theories that d very great Thank you for reading my post and I hope you are having a nice day Reply with quote chemnorm chemnorm Posts 10

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Hepatocyte Nuclear Factor HNF4a
    the transcriptional regulation of a gene in the liver known to be a target of HNF4α this gene is strongly upregulated in HNF4α liver specific KO mice in an inflammatory context LPS My hypothesis is that during inflammation HNF4α is phosphorylated so its DNA binding activity is decreased and the transcription of my gene is not anymore inhibited by HNF4α So I would like to study the phosphorylation status of HNF4α in my case but I really don t know which precise phosphorylation I need to look serin or threonin localization Do you know a good antibody to do this by Western Blot Thank you for your help Aurelie Reply with quote claudepa claudepa Posts 27 Joined Tue Nov 03 2015 12 43 pm Re Hepatocyte Nuclear Factor HNF4a Mon Feb 15 2016 5 48 pm Hi Only by curiosity could it be also the opposite HNF4 could be dephosphorylated during inflamation I believe it is not the phosphate by itself which modifies the affinity for the promotor but the structural change of the transcription factor due to phosphorylation or dephosphorylation which makes that it does not bind anymore to the promotor I suppose that using 32P it is possible

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Urgent help req on Bismark
    Wed Feb 03 2016 6 34 pm I am using Bismark and always finding error when writing Edit bismark options genome folder 1 mates1 2 mates2 singles in bismark when i write this i get an error msg that could not read file 1 I dont know what is the problem with i Although i have done with genome preparation but dont know what to do with this step TOPICS

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  • A - Biology-Online Dictionary
    computing alternative representations of A NATO phonetic morse code Alfa signal flag Semaphore ASL manual braille In Unicode the capital A is codepoint U 0041 and the lowercase a is U 0061 In Hex A is the character used to represent decimal 10 or in binary 01010 The ASCII code for capital A is 65 and for lowercase a is 97 or in binary 01000001 and 01100001 correspondingly The EBCDIC code for capital A is 193 and for lowercase a is 129 The numeric character references in HTML and XML are and for upper and lower case respectively edit Meanings of A A on the wall of the Drachenschlucht Eisenach GermanyIn American major league baseball the Oakland athletics are often simply referred to as the A s A can stand for appearances or assist In astronomy A stands for a whitish blue class of stars in the Morgan Keenan system A stands for a January 1 through 15 discovery in the provisional designation of a comet for example C 1760 A1 the Great Comet of 1760 or asteroid for example 4099 1988 AB5 As a comet designation prefix indicates an object that was at first mistakenly identified as a comet but is actually a minor planet for example A 2005 JM3 a is often used to denote the semi major axis of an orbit In biochemistry A is the symbol for alanine adenine and adenosine Brassiere cup size A In calendars A is often an abbreviation for the months April and august In computing a is the HTML element for an anchor tag In the mac os Command A for All and in windows Ctrl A and selects all the text in the document or all the pixels of an image A sometimes represents the set of all alphabetic characters within string patterns A is the conventional address of the first floppy disk drive in CP M based operating systems such as DOS A is a security division Verified Protection in the TCSEC In education a grade of A typically represents the highest score that students can achieve This is sometimes coupled with a plus minus sign as in A or a or a number as in A1 It is occasionally a grade one level below A pronounced A Star In electronics A is a standard size of battery A refers to the anode or filament component of a vacuum tube In english the word a is an indefinite article see a an In Esperanto a is the adjectival attributive ending A is commonly an abbreviation meaning english language In fiction the letter worn by Hester Prynne marking her as an adulteress in the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel The scarlet letter was an A In film A is an Italian film made in 1969 In finance A is the U S ticker symbol for Agilent Technologies In french a is the third person singular conjugation present tense of the verb avoir il a he has à is a conjunction meaning either

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  • A- - Biology-Online Dictionary
    N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0 9 OTHER View View source History A A symbol for angstrom Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A oldid 71550 First Previous A Next A dna Last Please contribute to this project if you have more information about this term feel free to edit this page This page was last modified

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  • A-dna - Biology-Online Dictionary
    W X Y Z 0 9 OTHER View View source History A dna A dna a form of dna in which the helix is right handed and the overall appearance is short and broad Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A dna oldid 71551 First Previous A Next A factor Last Please contribute to this project if you have more information about this term feel

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  • A-factor - Biology-Online Dictionary
    factor Science molecular biology a protein which is found in the bacterial genus streptomyces that helps start the production of streptomycin and the process of morphological differentiation It is used in biotechnology to induce these functions in mutant strains of streptomyces that cannot produce it themselves Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A factor oldid 71552 First Previous A dna Next A form dna Last

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