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Design and evaluation of a digital module with guided peer feedback for student learning biotechnology and molecular life sciences, attitudinal change, and satisfaction

20-Jun-2016 | Omid Noroozi, Martin Mulder, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2016

Abstract This study aims to investigate the impacts of a digital learning module with guided peer feedback on students' domain‐specific knowledge gain and their attitudinal change in the field of biotechnology and molecular life sciences. The extent to which the use of this module is ...

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[Perspective] Seeing translation

17-Jun-2016 | Shintaro Iwasaki; Nicholas T. Ingolia, Science , 2016

By controlling gene expression at the level of translation, cells can fine-tune protein abundance, respond quickly to environmental changes, and restrict synthesized proteins to specific places within the cell. Whereas the basic biochemistry of translation is understood in great detail, questions ...

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Lipid biosynthesis in yeasts: A comparison of the lipid biosynthetic pathway between the model non‐oleaginous yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and the model oleaginous yeast Yarrowia lipolytica

14-Jun-2016 | Stylianos Fakas, Engineering in Life Sciences, 2016

Lipid biosynthesis and its regulation have been studied mostly in the non‐oleaginous yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae which serves as a model for eukaryotic cells. On the other hand, the yeast Yarrowia lipolytica has been put forward as a model for oleaginous microorganisms because its genetics is ...

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Structural insight into photoactivation of an adenylate cyclase from a photosynthetic cyanobacterium [Biochemistry]

14-Jun-2016 | Mio Ohki; Kanako Sugiyama; Fumihiro Kawai; Hitomi Tanaka; Yuuki Nihei; Satoru Unzai; Masumi Takebe; Shigeru Matsunag ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2016

Cyclic-AMP is one of the most important second messengers, regulating many crucial cellular events in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and precise spatial and temporal control of cAMP levels by light shows great promise as a simple means of manipulating and studying numerous cell pathways and ...

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Of responsible research—Exploring the science‐society dialogue in undergraduate training within the life sciences

13-Jun-2016 | Maria Strecht Almeida, Alexandre Quintanilha, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2016

Abstract We explore the integration of societal issues in undergraduate training within the life sciences. Skills in thinking about science, scientific knowledge production and the place of science in society are crucial in the context of the idea of responsible research and innovation. This ...

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PyMOL mControl: Manipulating molecular visualization with mobile devices

13-Jun-2016 | Wendy W. T. Lam, Shirley W. I. Siu, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2016

Abstract Viewing and manipulating three‐dimensional (3D) structures in molecular graphics software are essential tasks for researchers and students to understand the functions of molecules. Currently, the way to manipulate a 3D molecular object is mainly based on mouse‐and‐keyboard control ...

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Promoting convergence: The integrated graduate program in physical and engineering biology at Yale University, a new model for graduate education

13-Jun-2016 | Dorottya B. Noble, Simon G. J. Mochrie, Corey S. O'Hern, Thomas D. Pollard, Lynne Regan, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2016

Abstract In 2008, we established the Integrated Graduate Program in Physical and Engineering Biology (IGPPEB) at Yale University. Our goal was to create a comprehensive graduate program to train a new generation of scientists who possess a sophisticated understanding of biology and who are ...

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Infant digestion physiology & the relevance of in vitro biochemical models to test infant formula lipid digestion

09-Jun-2016 | Laure Poquet, Tim J Wooster, Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 2016

Lipids play an important role in the diet of preterm and term infants providing a key energy source and essential lipid components for development. Whilst a lot is known about adult lipid digestion, our understanding of infant digestion physiology is still incomplete, the greatest gap being on ...

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Connecting common genetic polymorphisms to protein function: A modular project sequence for lecture or lab

09-Jun-2016 | Christopher E. Berndsen, Byron H. Young, Quinlin J. McCormick, Raymond A. Enke, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2016

Abstract Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in DNA can result in phenotypes where the biochemical basis may not be clear due to the lack of protein structures. With the growing number of modeling and simulation software available on the internet, students can now participate in determining ...

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Food control and a citizen science approach for improving teaching of Genetics in universities

09-Jun-2016 | Y.J. Borrell, A.M. Muñoz‐Colmenero, E. Dopico, L. Miralles, E. Garcia‐Vazquez, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2016

Abstract A Citizen Science approach was implemented in the laboratory practices of Genetics at the University of Oviedo, related with the engaging topic of Food Control. Real samples of food products consumed by students at home (students as samplers) were employed as teaching material in ...

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