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Chapter 5: Machinery

Proteins and their cellular locations, after p. 185:
Molecular Probes Photo Gallery
Imaging Technology Group's "Actin and Microtubules"
Imaging Technology Group's "Actin and the Nucleus"
Kent State University Cell Biology
Amino Acid Structures, after p. 190:
Carnegie Mellon University "Side-by-Side Amino Acid Viewer"
Protein Structure, after p. 191:
Protein Secondary Structure, at the University of Virginia
Proteins and their cellular locations, after p. 185:
Protein G at Carnegie Mellon University
Biochemical Molecules at Carnegie Mellon
Protein Structure at University of Virginia
Protein Morpher at the University of Massachusetts
The Central Dogma, after p. 201:
MIT Biology Hypertextbook's "Central Dogma"
From Genotype to Phenotype, after p. 201:
DNA -> RNA -> Protein -> Function at University of Virginia
Glowing Proteins (1) at University of Arizona
Glowing Proteins (2)
Green Fluorescent Chime Tutorials
Seeing Gene Expression
University of Utah's Genetics Science Learning Center
DNA From the Beginning, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

 

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