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(Science: zoology) The description of new taxa or alterations to the concept of previously described taxa which involve changes in the names of taxa.


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mutations annotations and analysis

... The first group of mutations is defined by: (1) Gene name (HGNC annotations, such as "LDLR" or "BRCA1") and (2) the cDNA (c.) nomenclature (such as c.2389 G>T or c.313+6T>C). The second group is fedined by (1) Gene name (again HGNC annotations), (2) such as mutation (G>A), ...

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by nonish
Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:06 am
 
Forum: Bioinformatics
Topic: mutations annotations and analysis
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Views: 1633

Re: how to memorize the amino acid

Unfortunately, the only law here is the suffix -ine, which is used in most of old nomenclature (like pepsine, leucine etc.; with three exceptions as Tryptoph an and the acidic AAs). The only way to memorize them is just drill, but I will give you a hint, which our ...

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by JackBean
Thu Feb 09, 2012 9:52 am
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: how to memorize the amino acid
Replies: 4
Views: 5282

Re:

... is what carbohydrate chemists call "non-reducing" while sugars like glucose are "reducing" sugars. We can also use that nomenclature with disaccharide like sucrose, maltose, etc. Sucrose has no reactive hydroxyl group open so it is called a non-reducing disaccharide. ...

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by Maatomaat
Tue Nov 22, 2011 11:57 am
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: fructose as a monomer for a polysaccharide
Replies: 9
Views: 10500

fructose as a monomer for a polysaccharide

... is what carbohydrate chemists call "non-reducing" while sugars like glucose are "reducing" sugars. We can also use that nomenclature with disaccharide like sucrose, maltose, etc. Sucrose has no reactive hydroxyl group open so it is called a non-reducing disaccharide. ...

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by daniel.kurz
Mon Nov 21, 2011 4:55 am
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: fructose as a monomer for a polysaccharide
Replies: 9
Views: 10500

Re: Active/Inactive status of HVS1 or HVS2

... infection right now and your immune system has got rid of the immune complexes related to the primary infection decades ago. I understand that the nomenclature speaks to inactivity rather than death, because of how the virus can just hang out in your body, but is it possible that some immune systems ...

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by biohazard
Thu Jun 09, 2011 7:40 am
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Active/Inactive status of HVS1 or HVS2
Replies: 4
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