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121. Biography: Charles DeLisi
regions of key importance in DNA and proteins. Dean Delisi has written widely in the field and has recently published articles in the Physics Review of Letters, the Biophysical Journal, and Computing in Science and Engineering.
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122. Biography: Arthur Peacocke
New Biology (1994), From DNA to DEAN: Reflections and Explorations of a Priest-Scientist (1996), God and Science: A Quest for Christianity Credibility (1996), and Paths from Science Towards God: The End of All Our Exploring (2001). He
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123. General Term: C, T, A, G
) that make up DNA , also known as the genetic code. The linear series of nucleotides are read as triplets, that specifies the sequence of amino acids in proteins. Each triplet specifies an amino acid, and the same codons are used for
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124. General Term: cDNA
cDNA Strong, cloned copies of otherwise fragile mRNA - the essential messenger element of the genes in the DNA which help in the coding of proteins. Related Topics: Genetics Contributed by: CTNS
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125. General Term: Chromatin
Chromatin A complex of DNA and basic proteins (as histone) in eukaryotic cells that is condensed into chromosomes in mitosis and meiosis. There are two types: heterochromatic which is densely coiled chromatin that appears as nodules in
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126. General Term: Chromosome
of coiled strands of DNA , containing many genes. Most multicellular organisms have several chromosomes, which together comprise the genome . Sexually reproducing organisms have two copies of each chromosome, one from the each parent -
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127. General Term: Endogenous Retroviruses
by means of which DNA is produced using their RNA as a template and incorporated into the genome of infected cells. Related Topics: Genetics Contributed by: BU Search for Endogenous
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128. General Term: Expressed Sequence Tag
part of a gene, made from cDNA , which can be used to fish the rest of the gene out of the chromosome , by matching base pairs with part of the gene. The EST can be radioactively labeled in order to locate it in a larger segment of DNA .
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129. General Term: Gene Mutation
Mutation A change in the DNA base pair arrangement. It can be a single nucleotide that is altered, or it can be a large deletion or insertion of bases. Related Topics: Genetics Evolution
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130. General Term: Genome
of its genes and associated DNA . Related Topics: Genetics Contributed by: CTNS Search for Genome Full Glossary Index Next >
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