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Exons

coding regions of messenger rna included in the genetic transcript which survive the processing of rna in cell nuclei to become part of a spliced messenger of structural rna in the cytoplasm. They include joining and diversity exons of immunoglobulin genes.


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Re: qPCR vs Northern Blot

... first - in Northern blot I had silencing, in qPCR i didn't. As far as your question is concerned - my NB probe covers whole length of mRNA - all exons (it's a short one ~2 kbp total). In case of my PCR primers - FORWARD primer binds in one exon in the middle of mRNA, and REVERSE binds at exon-exon ...

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by Nevthonien
Tue Nov 12, 2013 2:47 pm
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: qPCR vs Northern Blot
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qPCR vs Northern Blot

Are your primers designed to bind on two different exons? @jonmoulton: if it was just partially degraded, there would be change in size of the bound RNA

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by JackBean
Mon Nov 11, 2013 1:28 pm
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: qPCR vs Northern Blot
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Cell and Molecular Revision Question Help!!! (2)

... as to how to do them so I may learn. ESTIMATING GENE NUMBERS Approximately 1% of the human genome consists of protein-coding sequences (exons). A diploid somatic human cell contains 5 picograms/pg of DNA and rapidly growing E.coli cells contain on average four genomes giving a total ...

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by Didact1
Mon Sep 30, 2013 11:35 am
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Cell and Molecular Revision Question Help!!! (2)
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Views: 1122

Cell and Molecular Revision Question Help!!!

... as to how to do them so I may learn. ESTIMATING GENE NUMBERS Approximately 1% of the human genome consists of protein-coding sequences (exons). A diploid somatic human cell contains 5 picograms/pg of DNA and rapidly growing E.coli cells contain on average four genomes giving a total ...

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by Didact1
Mon Sep 30, 2013 11:34 am
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Cell and Molecular Revision Question Help!!!
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Views: 1786

mutations annotations and analysis

... only on the longest transcript). In addition, assuming I have only a single transcript, which tables do you suggest to use in order to fetch the exons\introns positions within the transcript\cDNA? Thanks in advance, Noa

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by nonish
Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:06 am
 
Forum: Bioinformatics
Topic: mutations annotations and analysis
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