Gene Regulation and the Order of the Operon

Gene Regulation and the Order of the Operon

Captioning is on! Click the CC button at bottom right to turn off. Follow the amoebas on Twitter (@amoebasisters) and Facebook! Have you ever thought about how disastrous it could be if the cells in your eyes started producing the same hydrochloric acid that is made by your stomach cells? Your stomach cells produce HCL …

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Resveratrol supplementation and dosage (David Sinclair’s personal experience)

Resveratrol supplementation and dosage (David Sinclair’s personal experience)

– [Dr. Sinclair]: Resveratrol’s probably not going to hurt me and it may very well help my cardiovascular system. – [Dr. Patrick]: It seems to be really important for a cardiovascular system, like… And I’m just kind of, do you know why, why is it…? – [Dr. Sinclair]: We have a number of ideas. And …

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Protein Sythesis

Protein Sythesis

Welcome to Protein Synthesis. In this video, you’ll explore what protein synthesis is including the two parts of its process: transcription and translation. Protein synthesis means making protein. Whenever cells want to make any type of protein, they use a process that includes building blocks like amino acids, to build new proteins inside of the …

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Refrigerate nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) to reduce degradation | David Sinclair

Refrigerate nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) to reduce degradation | David Sinclair

– [Dr. Sinclair]: Actually, you remind me to say something important for the listeners. Make sure your NR and your NMN is kept in the cold. If it’s just on the shelf and it’s not in a stabilized form, then it will degrade into nicotinamide, which is something you don’t want to take high doses …

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Nucleic acids – DNA and RNA structure

Nucleic acids – DNA and RNA structure

In this video we will study about nucleic acids. Nucleic acids are basically biopolymers, which are made of monomeric units known as nuclotides. We have two important functions for nucleic acids, that is, they hold our genetic information and they perform a variety of other functions that we will discuss later. We have two important …

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Introduction to Biochemistry

Introduction to Biochemistry

Hey, it’s professor Dave, let’s talk about biochemistry. What is biochemistry? Is it biology? Is it chemistry? Well as you might guess, it’s sort of in-between, quite literally in terms of size. In the great panoply of the sciences, biochemistry sits right here. If we go smaller we get into small molecules made of just …

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Gene Expression Simplified – General Biology – Transcription & Translation – Protein Synthesis

Gene Expression Simplified – General Biology – Transcription & Translation – Protein Synthesis

hi everyone it’s dr. Jory this video is designed for students in general biology who are studying gene expression the central dogma I cover the three steps of transcription and translation if you like the video please SMASH that like button, subscribe to the channel and enjoy! How did the RNApolymerase know where to go? …

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#07 Biochemistry Protein Characterization Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

#07 Biochemistry Protein Characterization Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Another Monday beckons, another week beckons. One day closer to an exam. Student: Whoo! Kevin Ahern: Yay, huh? One day closer to your opportunity to show me how much you know. That’s good. I hope you had a good weekend. Student: Fantastic. Kevin Ahern: Fantastic? Student: We won. Kevin Ahern: Are we talking about football …

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