Encyclopedia of Molecular Biology

Encyclopedia of Molecular Biology

Online ISBN: 9780471209188

DOI: 10.1002/047120918X

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  1. Antibiotics
  2. Binding interactions (ligand binding, allostery)
  3. Blood clotting
  4. Catalysis (enzymes, kinetics)
  5. Cell architecture (organelles, membranes, structural proteins)
  6. Cell growth and differentiation
  7. Degradation (apoptosis, & protein, RNA and DNA degradation)
  8. Evolution
  9. Gene expression
    1. Abscisic Acid
    2. Allelic Exclusion
    3. Alternative Splicing
    4. Amber Suppressor
    5. Aminoacyl tRNA Synthetases
    6. Anticodon
    7. Antisense Oligonucleotides
    8. Antitermination Control of Gene Expression
    9. ara Operon
    10. Attenuation Of Transcription
    11. Biotin Repressor
    12. C Genes of Immunoglobulins
    13. CAAT Box
    14. Calnexin/Calreticulin
    15. Cap-Binding Proteins
    16. 5′ Cap
    17. Catabolite Repression
    18. Caudal Protein
    19. Chaperonin
    20. Chloramphenicol
    21. Cis-Acting
    22. Cis-Dominance
    23. Class Switching
    24. Clonal Selection Theory
    25. Coding Strand
    26. Codon Usage and Bias
    27. Complementary DNA (cDNA)
    28. Conservative Substitutions
    29. Controlling Element
    30. Corepressor
    31. CpG Islands
    32. Cyclic Amp Receptor Protein (CRP)/Catabolite Gene Activator Protein (CAP)
    33. Cyclophilin
    34. D Gene Segment
    35. Degeneracy of the Genetic Code
    36. Dorsal/Cactus Complex
    37. Dosage Compensation Effect
    38. Downstream
    39. Ecdysone
    40. Elongation Factors (EFs)
    41. Enhancer
    42. Exon Shuffling
    43. Expressed Sequence Tag
    44. Expression Libraries
    45. Expression Systems
    46. fMET (N-Formyl Methionine)
    47. Frameshift Mutation
    48. Frameshifting
    49. gal Operon
    50. GC Box
    51. Gene Dosage
    52. Gene Duplication
    53. Gene Rearrangement
    54. Gene Splicing
    55. Gene Structure
    56. Genetic Code
    57. Genetic Suppression
    58. Glucocorticoid Response Element
    59. Gram-Positive Bacteria
    60. Guide RNA
    61. Hormone Response Elements
    62. HU And Related Proteins
    63. Immunoglobulin Biosynthesis
    64. Imprinting
    65. Inborn Errors of Metabolism
    66. Inclusion Bodies
    67. Initiation Codon
    68. Initiation Complex
    69. Initiation Factor (IF)
    70. Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES)
    71. Introns, Exons
    72. Iron-Response Elements
    73. J (Joining) Gene Segments
    74. Junctional Diversity
    75. Kex-2 Gene
    76. Lac Operon
    77. Lac Repressor
    78. Lambda CI and CRO Repressors
    79. LExA Repressor
    80. Licensing Factor
    81. Linker Scanning
    82. Lyon Hypothesis
    83. Maternal Control, Effect
    84. Maternal Genetic Effects
    85. Messenger RNA
    86. Metal Response Element
    87. Methionine Regulon
    88. Methionine Repressor
    89. Minigene
    90. Missense Mutation
    91. N-Region Diversity
    92. Neutral Mutation
    93. Nonautonomous Controlling Element
    94. Nonsense Codons and Unassigned Codons
    95. Nonsense Mutation
    96. Nonsense Suppression
    97. Nonsynonymous Substitution
    98. Null Mutation
    99. Ochre Mutation
    100. Ochre Suppressor
    101. Opal Suppressor
    102. Operons
    103. Peptidyl Prolyl Cis/Trans Isomerases
    104. Phenotypic Lag
    105. Poison Sequence
    106. Poly A
    107. Polyadenylate Polymerase
    108. Polyadenylation
    109. Polycomb Group
    110. Polyproteins
    111. Polyribosome, Polysome
    112. Position Effect
    113. Post-Transcriptional Regulation
    114. Post-Translational Modifications
    115. Pre-Protein, Pre-Pro-Protein
    116. Pribnow Box
    117. Pro-Protein
    118. Pro-Sequence
    119. Protein Disulfide Isomerase
    120. Protein Folding In Vivo
    121. Protein Secretion
    122. Protein Splicing
    123. Protein Targeting, Intracellular
    124. Proteome
    125. Random X-Inactivation
    126. Reading Frame
    127. Readthrough
    128. Recombinant Proteins
    129. Recombinase
    130. Release Factor
    131. Repressors
    132. Response Element
    133. Retroregulation
    134. Reverse Translation
    135. Ribonucleoprotein (RNP)
    136. Ribophorins
    137. Ribosomes
    138. RNA Cap
    139. RNA Editing
    140. RNA Splicing
    141. Scanning Hypothesis
    142. Sec Mutants/Proteins
    143. Secretion Vector
    144. Selenocysteine
    145. Self-Splicing Introns
    146. Sequence Codes
    147. Serum Response Element
    148. Shine–Dalgarno Sequence
    149. Sickle Cell Disease
    150. Sigma Factors
    151. Signal Peptidase
    152. Signal Peptide
    153. Signal Recognition Particle
    154. Silencer, Gene
    155. Silent Mutation
    156. Site-Directed Mutagenesis
    157. Somatic Hypermutations
    158. Splice Sites
    159. Spliceosome
    160. Start Codons
    161. Sterol Response Element
    162. Stop Codons
    163. Stop-Transfer Sequence
    164. Suppressor Mutation
    165. Suppressor tRNA
    166. Switch Region
    167. Synonymous Substitution
    168. T-Box Genes
    169. Tac Promoter
    170. TATA Box
    171. Template
    172. Termination Factor
    173. Thalassemia
    174. Threonine Operon
    175. Topogenesis
    176. Trans-Acting
    177. Transcription
    178. Transcription Factors
    179. Transfer RNA
    180. Transforming Growth Factors
    181. Transit Peptides
    182. Translation
    183. Translation Repressors
    184. Translational Editing
    185. Translocation
    186. Trigger Factor
    187. tRNA Biosynthesis
    188. tRNA Ligase
    189. TRP Operon
    190. TRP Repressor
    191. Unfolded Protein Response
    192. Unidentified Reading Frame
    193. Upstream
    194. V Genes
    195. X-Chromosome Inactivation
    196. Zymogen
  10. Genes and Proteins
  11. Genetics and reproduction
  12. Genomes
  13. Immunity
  14. Metabolism
  15. Nucleic acids
  16. Organisms
  17. Proteins
  18. Sequences
  19. Signal transduction (hormones, receptors, G proteins)
  20. Structures (general)
  21. Techniques
  22. Toxins
  23. Viruses

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