manipulative presentation of protein synthesis

News 92 FM—April 22nd, 2012

Viral modulation of antigen presentation: manipulation of cellular ...
with such manipulative abilities. The dedication by viruses of precious protein- coding capacity to the task of interfering with antigen presentation underscores the .
http://cmb1.auckland.ac.nz/medsci708/Proft/Lilley%26Ploegh.pdf

Printable Lesson Plan On DNA and protein synthesis
Lesson Plan : DNA and protein synthesis . DNA, RNA and Protein Synthesis . DNA components and replication 3. complete a paper manipulative activity on . 3-4 1. view a presentation (PPT or Flipchart) about RNA and Protein Synthesis 2.
http://www.teach-nology.com/lessons/lsn_pln_view_lessons.php?action=view&cat_id=8&lsn_id=27174

The Center for Biotechnology Education and Outreach at Saint ...
Students are presented with a paternity case in which the father of an orphan child is . This module focuses on Protein Synthesis, Purification, and Extraction. . the use of Protein Synthesis Manipulatives as well as a paper-n-pencil exercise.
http://www.stvincent.edu/Majors_and_Programs/Outreach_Programs/Biotech_Outreach_Center/Teaching_Modules/Teaching_Modules/

Speak Easies: Magnetic Teaching Aids for the Classroom
Protein Synthesis Kit Let these handy manipulatives help you clarify a confusing process! Show your students the features on the larger tRNA, then use the .
http://www.speakeasies.biz/stickups.html

Hijacking a chaperone: manipulation of the MHC class II ...
antibodies. Manipulation of the class II presentation pathway. Targeting of full length antigens to the class II pathway. Endogenously synthesized antigens can .
http://sky.scnu.edu.cn/jpkc/xbswx/ckwx/3/Hijacking%20a%20chaperone-manipulation%20of%20the%20MHC%20class%20II%20presentation%20pathway.pdf

Cross-presentation: avoiding trafficking chaos? : Article : Nature ...
. cross-presentation will facilitate its experimental manipulation in therapeutic . Sec61 is known to be involved in the retrotranslocation of misfolded proteins . I of 'endogenous' OVA produced by protein synthesis from OVA-encoding mRNA.
http://www.nature.com/ni/journal/v9/n5/full/ni0508-461.html