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In situ hybridization of non-radiolabelled RNA probes to sectioned tissue.
... section on fixation for paraformaldehyde recipe. 4.  Acetic anhydride treatment.  In this step, positively charged amino groups are acetylated.  This reduces non-specific binding of the probe. Place slides in a solution ...
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Understanding buffers and titration
... capacity of water is minimal. Protein stability and enzymatic activity depend on acidic and basic groups which titrate as pH changes. Acid-base properties of water Water is both an acid ... it's not important. Keep in mind that temperature affects pKas of both buffers (especially amino groups) and proteins so that simply adjusting the pH of the buffer to that of the ...
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Amino Silane
... rinsed in dry acetone, then water. This produces covalently bound amino groups on the glass surface. Aldehydes will covalently bind to these amino groups. This treated glass can be used in two ways: ... with the glass-amino groups, or by the indirect method of reacting glutaraldehyde with the glass-bound amino groups and then allowing the free aldehydes that remain to bind to amino groups of the ...
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Chemical Energetics
... amino acid for making protein. Note that ATP was used in both the above examples of coupled reactions. In the first case it donated one of its phosphate groups ... appropriate enzymes!) The parts donated may be atoms or groups of atoms or, in some cases, just pairs of ... . The energy (that is, the chemical potential), the tendency to transfer chemical groups, is in the molecule as a whole, not in ...
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Flowering Plants
... in house" species of pollinator wasp. The enormous genus Acacia has evolved into two main groups. One group includes species bearing phyllodes (broadened leaf petioles functioning like leaf blades). Another ... . These "fungus flowers" are referred to as "mycotrophic" (fungus-nutrition) because their carbohydrates and amino acids come from mycorrhizal soil fungi which are in turn attached to the roots ...
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Biological Macromolecules
... ) carbohydrates (including mono and polysaccharides) proteins, amino acids, and the pKa of amino acids nucleotides found in DNA and RNA Other biologically important molecules (prosthetic groups, vitamins, steroids) The 7.01 Hypertextbook Searchable ...
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Molecule Illustrations
... anticodon AAA (base triplet in red). The specific anticodon for phenylalanine is AAA. Other amino acids have different anticodons. The corresponding base triplet on the messenger RNA strand is ... ) called phagocytes. It should be noted here that antibodies also occur in many other groups of animals, including mammals, birds, amphibians, fish and invertebrates. When vaccinated, you typically receive ...
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Plant Nitrogen Nutrition : history
... He introduced metabolic approaches, studying the metabolism of the organic acids, sugars and the amino acids in relation to the main plant functions (respiration, photosynthesis, mineral nutrition, dormancy, ... was created. This research unit resulted from the fusion in July 1999 of two research groups: the nitrate assimilation group from the Cellular Biology laboratory and most of the researchers ...
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Graphics Gallery
... of structure and function. Biochemistry: Covalent and Ionic Bonds Chemical Bonds and Groups Part 1 Chemical Bonds and Groups Part 2 Chemical Properties of Water Part 1 Chemical Properties of Water Part ... and other Lipids Part 1 Fatty Acids and other Lipids Part 2 Amino Acid Amino Acids found in Proteins Part 1 Amino Acids found in Proteins Part 2 Nucleotide Nucleotide - A More Detailed ...
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Open Directory - Science: Biology: Evolution
... between information and the process of evolution. Origin of Life: Prebiotic Synthesis of Amino Acids - Two articles discussing chemical evolution in light of the Zeeman effect and ... with particular emphasis on its origins and evolution. Usenet sci.bio.evolution - news: - Google Groups "Evolution" search on: AltaVista - A9 - AOL - Ask - Clusty - Gigablast - Google - Lycos - MSN - WiseNut - ...
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