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BIO 101/102 General Biology--Enzymes

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This category contains sites dedicated to enzymes and enzyme function.

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Lew-Port's Biology Place--Animated Reviews


Added 01/29/2007
This page contains animated reviews of a variety of biology concepts that may be difficult to grasp. The topics covered are: Enzyme Activity, Mitosis, Meiosis DNA Replication, Protein Synthesis, and Chromatography and Gel Electrophoresis
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Medical Biochemistry


Added 01/29/2007
An introduction to the molecular tools of medicine by Dr. Michael W. King of the Indiana University School of Medicine. Sections covering the topic include: Introduction to Molecular Medicine; Common Enzymes of Molecular Biology; Description of Restriction Endonucleases; DNA Sequencing; Background to Cloning; Cloning of Complimentary DNA (cDNA); Cloning of Genomic DNA; Cloning Genomic DNA in YACs; Analysis of Cloned Genes; Restriction Fragment Polymorphism (RFLP) Analysis; Polymerase Chain Reaction, PCR (and related techniques); Ligase Chain Reaction; Transgenesis; and Gene Therapy. Made available on the Web by the Terre Haute Center for Medical Education and Indiana State University.
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The Virtual Library of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Cell Biology


Added 01/29/2007
This site contains links to a comprehensive series of topics in cell biology, molecular biology, and biochemistry.The topics range through angiogensis, apoptosis, cell adhesion, cell cycle, cell senescence, developmental cell biology, enzymes, genes and gene expression, lipids, metabolism, microscopy, organelles, proteins, signal transduction, structural biology, and systems biology. Each link takes you to a variety of resources on that particular topic ranging from lectures, images, to entire web sites devoted to that topic.
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