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Genes and Inheritance [11]: Translation (High band Biology)

A Level Biology: Genes and Inheritance 11 – Translation Hi! Welcome to the 11th video on the series about Genes. Today, we are going to be looking at Translation. At the end of last time, we finished off looking at transcription. So the end-product of transcription is this single-stranded piece of genetic material called mRNA […]

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Part 4: A biological caregiver’s perspective | Caregiving Across the Continuum

Made possible through support from The Arc of Aurora, PASCO– Personal Assistance Services of Colorado, and Developmental Pathways. THINK+change TALKS. Nearly 40 million caregivers in the US provide care to adults with a disability or illness. Caregiving Across the Continuum– a series of different perspectives. [MUSIC PLAYING] A biological caregiver’s perspective. Yeah. Yes. Yes. They […]

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Bioclipse:”Open Source” Tutorial: Free software for molecular scientists, 3D chemical modeling

Bioclipse: Free software for molecular scientists. Bioclipse is open source software that integrates separate programs into a single interface that lets you: edit two dimensional structures manipulate three dimensional models and predict molecular behavior Initially, the workbench is empty. After installing “sample data”, the “left navigator panel” will have files. Bioclipse can edit two dimensional […]

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Genes and Inheritance [8]: Huntingdons (High band Biology)

A Level Biology: Genes and Inheritance 8 – Huntingdon’s Hi! Welcome to my eight video on the series about Genes. Today, we are looking at Huntingdon’s disease. Huntingdon’s disease affects thousands of people in the UK and it is caused by a dominant allele, which unfortunately means that you only need one of those alleles […]

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