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Cell biology lab

by: Yara Albair

Cell biology lab Biology 222

Yara Albair

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Fish proteomics
Cell Biology
Brian Kay/ Warpeha
cellular biology, Fish, Proteomics
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This 3 page Bundle was uploaded by Yara Albair on Friday October 7, 2016. The Bundle belongs to Biology 222 at University of Illinois at Chicago taught by Brian Kay/ Warpeha in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see Cell Biology in Biology at University of Illinois at Chicago.


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Date Created: 10/07/16
Cell Biology Laboratory – Lab Report 3 Based on the prepared chart below one can conclude that fish sample D and F share the  most bands in common.  They shared 5 different bands out of the 10 total bands that were  measured.  Thus, these two fish species are closely related in evolution, and have similar muscle  proteome.  Fish sample D is known as Salmo salar, while fish sample F is referred to as  Austroglossus microlepis.  According to research, these two species share a common  environment; they both can be found in the marine environment.  In addition, these two species  are very close in size, and the fact that they share similar body parts, such as the dorsal soft rays,  supports the fact that fish sample D and F are very closely related.  On the other hand, fish sample B and C share the least bands in common.  Fish sample B  is known as Arapaima gigas, while fish sample C is known as Hippoglossus stenolepis.  As a  matter of fact these two species do not share any of the 10 bands that were measured.  Moreover, according to research these two species live in two different environments Arapaima gigas lives  in freshwater, whereas the Hippoglossus stenolepis inhabits the marine environment.  In  addition, the two species differ greatly in their length; for example, the maximum length of  A.gigas is twice that of the H.stenolepis.  Overall, these differences supported the results seen in  the chart below. Cell Biology Laboratory – Lab Report 3 Distance  Protein  Species  Species  Species Species Species Specie Migrated Molecular A B C D E s  Mass (mm) F (kDa) 3 2.47 X 7 2.41 X 8 2.39 X 9 2.37 X X X 10 2.35 X X X 11 2.34 X 19 2.23 X 21 2.20 X X 23 2.17 X 25 2.14 X X 26 2.13 X 27 2.11 X X X 30 2.07 X 34 2.01 X 37 1.96 X 39 1.94 X 40 1.93 X 41 1.91 X X Cell Biology Laboratory – Lab Report 3 42 1.89 X 43 1.88 X 45 1.85 X X X X X 46 1.84 X 53 1.73 X 54 1.72 X 55 1.71 X X X 59 1.65 X 63 1.59 X 64 1.58 X X X 65 1.56 X 68 1.52 X X X 69 1.51 X X 73 1.45 X 74 1.43 X X 75 1.42 X 85 1.27 X 86 1.26 X 87 1.24 X 91 1.19 X 92 1.17 X COUNT 10 10 10 10 10 10


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