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The severely acclaimed laboratory commonplace for greater than 40 years, equipment in Enzymology is among the such a lot hugely revered guides within the box of biochemistry. for the reason that 1955, each one quantity has been eagerly awaited, often consulted, and praised by way of researchers and reviewers alike. greater than 260 volumes were released (all of them nonetheless in print) and lots more and plenty of the fabric is proper even today--truly an important ebook for researchers in all fields of existence sciences. Key good points* Databases and assets* looking through databases* a number of alignment and phylogenetic bushes* Secondary constitution issues* third-dimensional issues

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E n t r y R e c o r d S e c t i o n .... { ENTRY YRHU1 #type complete } .... H e a d e r R e c o r d S e c t i o n .... 1) precursor - human } { ALTERNATE_NAMES cresolase; monophenol oxidase; phenolase; tyrosinase } { ORGANISM # f o r m a L n a m e Homo sapiens #common_name m a n } { TITLE .... R e f e r e n c e R e c o r d S e c t i o n .... A. ; Rorsman, H. #journal Acta Dermatol. } "" - - - G e n e r a l P r o p e r t y R e c o r d S e c t i o n .... I GENETICS #gene GDB:TYR #map_position 11q21 #introns 273/3; 346/1; 395/2; 456/1 ##status experimental } { CLASSIFICATION #supeffamily monophenol monooxygenase } { KEYWORDS albinism; copper; glycoprotein; m e l a n i n biosynthesis; monooxygenase; oxidoreductase; t r a n s m e m b r a n e protein } ....

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We view role assignment to be an ongoing curation process and realize that new assignments will need to be made as new biological information is obtained. Sequences Genes are encoded in genomic sequences that are transcribed into mRNAs with coding, intronic, and 5' and 3' untranslated regions. During maturation, the pre-mRNA molecule is polyadenylated, the introns are removed, and the mRNA is transcribed into proteins in the cell cytoplasm. Multiple splicing pathways of exons and introns during the maturation of transcription units can result in multiple alternate splice forms of an individual gene, where each splice form may encode distinct proteins, presumably with an altered function.

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