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TWiV 162: Transcription
Vincent, Rich, and Alan continue Virology 101 with a discussion of transcription, the process of making mRNA from a DNA template. Title TWiV 162: Transcription Author Vincent Racaniello Published December 18, 2011 9:56 AM Genre Science & Medicine › Medicine Language English Copyright Vincent Racaniello 2010 Owner Vincent Racaniello Duration 93 min File 53.60 mb Sent via...
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Caroline's December Goals
I feel like a broken record with my goals, but they seem to be reoccurring. That sneaky SNP paper is still lurking around my computer. However, I just got back a bunch of revisions so, fingers crossed, maybe we will submit it before 2012!? I also have revisions on my 2nd chapter to work on. Most of the additional work on my second chapter seems to be elaborating on salmon biology and...
Writing right: One perspective on writing a...
Given the nature of a majority of our scientific endeavors, here is a brief synopsis of how I go about writing most papers. I will start off with the methods, which could easily be written as soon as they are underway. Then I move on to the Results. Once the Results are done, including all of the figures and tables, I step back and re-assess what the ~3 most important points that warrant...
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Mac's December Goals
I have some lab goals this month. Yippee! Here’s a quick run down. I’d like to do some targeted analysis of DNA methylation in two C. gigas genes - estrogen receptor and vitellogenin. Without getting too detailed, studies in vertebrates have shown that exposure to environmental estrogens is associated with differential methylation (in gene promoters) and differential expression...
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