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DNA, Deoxyribonucleic Acid



DNA

The DNA is a long polymer made from repeating units called nucleotides (DNA = DeoxyriboNucleic Acid) that contains the genetic information used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms and some viruses.

Online available information resources about the chemistry and biochemistry of the deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA.

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General Information


DNA Forensics
Human Genome Project Information - [e]

DNA Testing
Introduction For Non-Scientists, and an Illustrated Explanation. University of Washington, USA - [e]



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Lecture Notes, Tutorials


DNA
Lecture notes in bioinformatics - [e]

DNA and RNA
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

DNA Function
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Genetics
Lecture notes in biology - [e]

Molecular Genetics
Lecture notes - [e]

Nature of the Gene
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Recombinant DNA and cloning
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Recombinant DNA Technology
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Recombinant DNA Technology, Applications
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Structure of DNA
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]



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Historical Facts and Documents


Forensic DNA Typing
Brief History of Forensic DNA Typing. NIST - Format: PDF - [e]



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Analysis and Determination


DNA Identification in Mass Fatality Incidents
This report contains the KADAP’s “lessons learned,” particularly regarding DNA protocols, laboratory techniques, and statistical approaches, in the DNA identification of WTC victims. President of the USA - [e]



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News Archive


How cells handle broken chromosomes
Scientists from the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry discovered a novel cellular response towards persistent DNA damage. - [e]

Rice Physicists Help Unravel Mystery of Repetitive DNA Segments
Scientists gather clues by measuring forces needed to stretch single strands of DNA - [e]

Sequence-specific Hydrolysis of DNA
Newly found DNA catalysts cleave DNA with water molecule. - [e]







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Related Books and Scientific Literature: DNA:


Buchempfehlung

Marschall S. Runge, Cam Patterson

Principles of Molecular Medicine

This fully updated and expanded edition of the much-acclaimed Principles of Molecular Medicine provides an integrated survey of the basic principles of internal medicine, in light of recent dramatic discoveries in molecular medicine and new technologies for the diagnosis and treatment of human disease. In addition to fully revised sections on neurology, cardiology, hematology, nephrology, endocrinology, dermatology, immunology, gastroenterology, pulmonary disease, musculoskeletal medicine, and psychiatry, this volume contains new sections on genetics, oncology, metabolic diseases, and infectious diseases. These sections include the latest findings about direct links between genetic mutations and diseases, genomic approaches to a variety of diseases, and stem cell populations that regenerate muscle, heart, and neural cell populations. Other advances elucidated include the roles of bone morphogenetic proteins in pulmonary hypertension, mutations involved in an array of cardiomyopathies, and a new understanding of the biology of previously untreatable neurodegenerative diseases, such as Huntington's disease.

Humana Press; 2006


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