Last Update: 4/2021
Duration: 33m | Video: .MP4, 1280×720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Size: 157 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Discovery of mRNA, tRNA and histones.
What you’ll learn:
You must go beyond textbooks to become excellent in biology, especially when it comes to the study of Chromosomes, DNA, RNA, and proteins.
This mini lecture on "NUCLEOSOMES" have been prepared in a unique way. The things that I will teach this mini lecture are taken from several Research articles rather than conventional textbooks. This mini lecture will be especially useful for those students who are planning to go into research in near future.
You must be atleast in the first year of your college to take up this course.
Hello there, we all know about mRNA, tRNA and Histone proteins. But did you ever wonder what type of experiments were done for the discovery of mRNA, tRNA and Histones ?. If you visualise from a scientist point of view then you end up in a completely different world. This course will take you to a journey, where you will learn how scientists think and planned their experiments for such amazing discoveries.
Brain storming in Biology is a short course that has been prepared in a unique way, with an aim for you to understand the topic from scientist point of view. The things that I will teach this course is taken from several Research articles rather than conventional textbooks. This mini lecture will be especially useful for those students who are planning to go into research in near future.
The topics covered in this mini course includes:-
i) Experiments that led to the discovery of mRNA
ii) Experiments that led to the discovery of tRNA
iii) The story of first DNA isolation.
iv) Experiment that led to the Discovery of histones.
v) Experiments on how different histones interact with one another.
vi) Experiments on how histones and other conditions promotes higher order of chromatin structure.
vii) Experiments on histone acetylation and its effects on transcription.
Who this course is for
Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry
Microbiology, Cell biology, Molecular Biology