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The book is currently out of print, and many people will try to download this book for exorbitantly high prices in some cases. It is not worth any more than cover price in my opinion. I admittedly have a solid background in Genetics from undergrad and research but I probably have the same background in Molecular Biology as every other US med student and I don't think I really learned anything from this book that I didn't already know, or at least anything I wouldn't have learned from UWorld and First Aid.
If you struggle with these subjects, this book presents the concepts very clearly and concisely, but if you are not particularly weak in this area, I don't think this book is worth the extra money that it sometimes costs.
Very comprehensive little book. Great for referring to when the text or lecture notes get complicated. Not intended to replace other materials, but a nice enhancement for understanding.
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Genetic screening for mutations in the PITl gene permits presymptom atic diagnosis. An operon is a set of coordinate ly controlled genes adjacent to one another in the genome. The details of gene regulation were first discovered by Drs. Jacoh and Monod in E. The lac operon consists of three genes: 1. The lac Y gene encodes lactose permease, which pumps lactose into the cell. The lac A gene encodes thiogalactosidase transacetyl ase, the function of which is not well understood.
This led to the concept that lactose was an inducer of gene expression. These mutants are called constitutiv e because they fail to repress the lac operon, and thereby continuous ly or constitutiv ely express high levels of the lac Z and lac Y genes even in the presence of glucose.
These mutations were mapped to a region on the E.
This discovery led to the concept that the protein encoded by the lac I gene was a repressor of gene expression. This protein is called the lac repressor. The enzyme VI. Hepatocyte s and pancreatic beta cells each have a unique combinatio n of transcription factors and gene regulatory proteins that stimulates the transcriptio n of the Factor VIII gene and the insulin gene, respectively.
This processing involves: A. RNA splicing 1. The RNA portion hybridizes to a nucleotide sequence that marks the intron site.
The protein portion removes the intron and rejoins the RNA transcript 3. The RNA transcript is single-stranded. New York, Garland, , p. Figure It decodes a set of three nucleotides codon into one amino acid e.