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BSCI222/DR.KOCHER: Test 3 Review Sheet

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Chapter16 ● as gene expression increases,energetic costs increaseas well as regulatory speed ● bacterial operonincludesa singlepromoter (directs transcription),andupstreampromoter, and a Shine-Dalgarno sequence ● repressors are proteinsthatbindto operators andprevent transcription of structural genes through negativeinducible control ● inducers bind to repressor andcauses it to beunable to find to operator through anallosteric (shape) change ● thereareinactive regulatorsthat can’t bindto operators ● corepressors bind toregulators andcause them tobecomeactiveand prevent transcription through positiveinduciblecontrol ● lac operonconverts lactose to glucose ○ 3genes ○ without lactose: regulator proteinbinds to operatorandinhibits transcription ○ withlactose: allolactose binds to regulator and it becomesinactive ○ Ocmutations:operator, prevents binding siteforrepressor ○ multiplerepressorbind sites, binds asa tetramer ○ I= repressor. P =promoter.O = operator.Z =beta galactosidase.Y =permease ● partial diploidshavetwo copies of lac gene(one from F plasmidand one chromosomal copy) ● I(s) is asuperrepressor thatisalways boundto the operator evenin thepresenceofallolactose ● catabolite activator proteinis a secondmechanismofcontrol (CAP) ○ when high levels of cAMP bindtoCAP, itthen binds to the DNA, whichhas an activating effect ○ cAMP levels reflect energylevel ofthecell ○ low transcription without CAP, induces bendthat promotes transcription ● TRP operon ○ works under negative repression ○ repressoris normallyinactive, so transcription takes place ○ when there arehigh levels oftryptophan,it binds to repressor,allows it to bind to operator and stop transcription ● attenuation of transcription is asecondmechanism forcontrol ○ secondary structure of 5’UTR, 2TRPcodons next to each other ○ when TRP levels arehigh,regions 1 and2 pair, and3 and4 pair creating a terminator loop next to astring of U’s, stops transcription ○ when TRP levels arelow,regions2 and3pair andno hairpinforms, allows transcriptiontocontinue ● ompFisoutermembrane porinthat is a non specifictransporter for osmoregulation ○ when osmolarity islow, lotsofompF aremadeand placed in membrane ○ when osmolarity ishigh, micF gene producedmicFRNA that binds with 5’end of ompFRNA and blocks ribosomebindingsite to stopprotein production ● riboswitch offiswhena small regulatorymolecule binds to a riboswitch(ona mRNA) and stabilizes a secondary structure ○ creates aribosome bindingsite that is hidden andtranslocation can’ttakeplace ● riboswitch onhappens withouta small molecule, adifferent secondary structureis produced and translocation takes place because the binding site is exposed ○ transcriptionaland translationalcontrol ● ribozymeis a secondary structure andsmall molecule interactions ○ creates and enzymeforcleavage Chapter17 ● potentialregulation points in eukaryotes include ○ chromatin structure, initiation oftranscription, processinganddegradation, mRNA localization, translocation, proteinprocessing/localizationand phosphorylation ● chromatin structure can bemodified by pushingnucleotides asideof promoter ○ use chromatin mapping by taking asample, cutting with nuclease,andsequencing the extracted DNA ● nucleosome deficientregions are spacedright next to anucleosome, andthen regularlyspaced through therest (low points of models) ● chromatin remodeling complexes areproteins that bind to particularDNAsites andreposition nucleosomes ○ allowstranscriptionfactors to access promoters ● histonemodificationsalter chromatinstructureandallowtranscription factorsto access DNA through either methylation (nucleosome remodeling factor NURF, replaceH with CH3)or acetylation (losecharge interaction andweakenbonds) ● DNA methylation also alters chromatinstructure ● CpG islands are areas withGC orCGsequences ○ 60-90% of mammalCpGs are methylated ○ clusters foundnear transcriptionstart sites ○ methylation of Crepresses transcription by directly blocking transcription factors ● siRNA creates induced transcriptional silencing bybinding to proteins in RNAinduced transcriptionalsilencing complexwhichthenrecruits a methylating enzyme ● PIC is the pre-initiation complexwhich is very complicatedandis different at every promoter ● promotertrap**** ● response elements coordinateexpressionfroma commonstimulus ○ various proteinsmay bindtoupstream responseelementstostimulate transcription ● insulators areboundary elements thatlimit interactions of enhancers withother genes that limitthe spread of changesin chromatin structure ● CCCTC-binding factor loopstheDNA and blocks the target ● polymerase pausing hasbeenlearned about through the assembly oftranscriptional complexes of yeast ○ proceeds without pausing inyeast ○ evidenceofregulated pausing ofpoly II inmetazoans ● chIP seqis achromatinimmunoprecipitation ○ bind protein is cross linkedwith formaldehydeto isolatechromatinthrough the use of specific antibodies which reversecrosslinking.usePCR to amplify ● processing and degradation are post transcriptional regulators ○ alternative splicingcontrolled by asplicingfactor (sex determinationinsfruit flies through SXL sex lethal gene) ● mRNA degradation happensthrough3 different pathways ○ removingthe5’ cap leads to5’--->3’ degradation ○ 3’--->5’ leads to degradationof polyA tail ○ endonucleasecleavage atinternalsites ● siRNA can beused to degradespecificmRNAvia RISC ● RNA bindingproteins canrecognizesequences in3’ UTRs andattach to microtubules for transport through cell (mRNA localization) ● translation is a formofposttranscriptionalregulation (T Cells) through the regulationof initiation, which increases initiationfactors when needed ● attenuation impacts translation ○ PUF and argonaute proteins bindto3’ UTR oftarget geneand inhibit activity ● miRNA are diced and then can bindtomRNAto inhibittranslation ● proinsulin protein isprocessed to produceactive insulin ● phosphorylationis a post translational regulator ○ add phosphateto aminoacid ofprotein, which can switchonor off ○ kinase: add,phosphatase: remove ○ can induce a conformational change ○ usually occurs onserine, threonine, andtyrosine ● p53 isa tumor suppressorthatregulates the cell cycle Chapter18 ● somatic mutations occur innon reproductive cells and arepassed alongthrough mitosis ● germlinemutations occur in reproductivecells and are passed through meiosis and sexual reproduction ● can usepigmentation mutations or newly auxotrophic bacterial cells to assayfornew mutations and find mutationrates ● microorganisms havea rate wheremutants/cell equals mutations/replication ● multicellularorganismshavearound1 x 10^5phenotypicmutationsper gene ● universally, each gamete hasaround 1-2 newmutations ● alpharadiation: can be stoppedby paper,helium ● beta radiation: needprotectionfrom, electrons ● gammaradiation: need protectionfrom, energetic photons ● neutron radiation:free neutrons ● beta and gamma undergo ionization whichistheprocessofknocking electrons loosefromtheir orbitals ● radiation can cause single or double strandedbreaks and canchange bases ● mutational rate isproportional to radiation dose ○ need abig increase to double rateof mutation, 10%more radiation can increase frequencyof raredisordersby 1% ● the Ames Test is usedto assayfor mutagenicityofcompounds ○ vile of bacteria, rat liverextract, potential mutagen,plateitinhistidineand count the numberof revertants, uses prokaryotes ● HERP index standsfor human exposure:rat potency, tells therelative risk of mutagens ● genotype mutationsinclude base substitutions, insertions, deletions, transitions (A/GorC/T, changeto sametype ofbase) andtransversions (Aor G/C orT, different typeofbase) ● phenotype mutations include ○ missense: code for different aminoacid ○ nonsense: newcodonis a stop codon ○ silent: new sequence encodesfor same amino acid ○ forward: wild type to mutant ○ backward: mutant backto wildtype ○ suppressor: ■ intragenic: secondmutationin the same generestoresshape/function ■ intergenic: suppressortRNa, rescues stopcodon ● errors occur through problems inreplication, spontaneousdamageto baes,or chemically induceddamage ● tautomers are mis pairingsand arenot common ○ T and G wobble pairing, CandA wobblepairing ○ are oftenfixed due to distortionoftheDNAstructure ● slippagecreatesinsertionsand deletions ○ when the new strandloops out extra nucleotidesadded ○ when the template strand loops out youlose nucleotides ● triplet expansion is agenetic disorder wherea trinucleotiderepeat expands ● spontaneousdepurinationis when youlose abasein a normalchain to create an abasicsite ○ can lead to mutations ifunpaired becauseanA is usually addedwhen thereis no template ● deamination is when a cytosine changes to auracilthrough the loss ofan NH2group ○ easy tofix ○ methylation of CpGthendeaminatebecomesathymine ● thymineand5-bromouracilbindinthe samespots but 5hasa higher ionizationrate andbinds withguanineover adenine ● intercalating mutagensstack in betweenbases (largegapin helix) and usedto visualizeDNA in gelelectrophoresis ● thyminedimers are made by UV light andarewhen adjacent T’s covalently bondtogether ● thereisan enzyme that finds basesthat aren’t properly paired, usemethylationto detect andfix ● suicide enzymes cause degradation,need toberemadeaftereachuse ● baseexcisionis frequent, location andremoval of damaged basesto produce an AP site ● excisionnucleotides work on bigger sections thatbaseexcisions,removebulkyadducts Chapter19 ● restriction enzymes protect against viruses bycutting at palindrome sequences ○ staggered cutsproduce sticky ends ○ straight cutsproduce bluntends ● recombinant DNA (combingdifferent sources of DNA) is made by cuttingwith thesame moleculeto make complementary sticky ends andpairing themtogether ● gelelectrophoresis is usedto separate DNA fragments by size (intercalatingdyes) ○ place DNA inwellson negative pole,sendcurrent,DNAmoves to positive end, smaller fragmentsmove quicker and willbefurthest fromwells ● southernblot isusedtomake the gel electrophoresisstable andpermanent ○ denature the doublestranded DNA,put membraneontop of gel,buffer drawninto top layerof blottingpaper andcarriesDNA with it ○ transfer to nylon membranethat is positivelycharged ● RFLP’sare restrictionfragment length polymorphisms that are used tohelp mad human genomes ● simplecloning vectors need 3 things: ○ origin of replication, restriction sites(s), selectablemarker ○ plasmid andforeignDNA cut atthesame site,stickyends annealthetwotogether ○ problems: few restriction sites, hardto distinguishrecombinant from non ● more useful cloning vector has multiple cloning sites insidelacZ and usesblue/white color screening ○ foreignDNA inserted into lacZ, lacZ- transformed byplasmids ○ blue ppt: make B-galactosidase by cleavingX-gal NONRECOMBINANT ○ whiteppt: don’t makeB-galactosidase,can’t cleaveX-gal RECOMBINANT ○ bacteria with no plasmid won’tgrow ● fancy expressionvector is a operon sequence that allows insertedDNA to transcribe/translate ○ regulate desired gene ● oligonucleotides canbe created tohit onetarget sequences,pairandact asprimerforDNA synthesis, creates a molecule witha single mismatchedpair, onesingle nuc. changed ● PCR isa polymerasechain reactionforDNA amplification ○ heat to separatestrands, cool quicklytoallowsingle strand primers to anneal, heat again to start DNA synthesis ○ produces strands between primers ○ 2^(number of cycles)=# ofshort strands ○ taq polymerase stable at95degrees ● microsatellite isa sequence that is repeatedmanytimes inDNA,individualistic ● Ti plasmids are tumor inducing by invadingatwound andtransferring partofplasmin into chromosomesto addforeign DNA into plasmid and it is thentransferred to plant cell ● bacillus thuringiensisisa naturally occurring bacteriumthatistoxic toinsects wheningested, used as repellent, Bt gene into plants ○ delivers sufficient dosage, only those whoeatit die ○ impacts natural selection, how does it impacthumans? Chapter20 ● cystic fibrosis gene is autosomalrecessive,1 out of 3000,mucus in lungs ● human genome is 36Gbp ● each chromosomehas 130Mbp ● 1 cM is 1 Mpb(hardto map beyondthis stage, thenneed to makeclones to sequence) ● there are 8 genes perMbp ● positional cloning steps include:mapping,chromosome walking,sequencing,functional analysis ● RFLPscan beused to see differencesbetween 2genomesequences throughan association study (compare frag. sizeswith normal andinfectedphenotypes) ○ found association between chromosome 7 markersandcystic fibrosis ● partial digestion isthe first stepin making aDNAlibrary ○ digest DNA with restriction enzymefor limitedamountsoftimes (onlysome sites cut ineach molecule) tocreateoverlappingfragments ○ join each to cloning vector andput intobacteriato create set of clones some havegene of interest ● screening libraries is the second step ○ use radioactively labeled probes and stick anitrocellulose disc ontop ofbacterial colonies (somewill stick) ○ denature DNA, labeledprobehybridizes with complementaryDNA,detects presence of gene ● chromosomewalking is when aprobethat is complementary to the end of clone A issued to find overlapping clone B, etc ○ can’t tellif you are ‘walking’ awayor towards geneofinterest ● chromosomejumping usespartially digested DNA that areligatedtogether at ends to make long fragments ○ the circular molecules are cutby restriction enzymesto makesmaller fragments (some have beginnings and ends oflonger fragments next to each other) ○ complementaryprobes usedat end ofonecloe to finddistinct clones ● cystic fibrosis gene is around 250000bplongs with 24exons andencodes for1480amino acid chlorinechannels ● ddNTP can have a fluorescent labelto automate DNAsequencing ● public genomeprojectstrategy: ○ detailed genetic linkage maps, physical maps, assemble ● fingerprinting clones are made by cuttinglargepieces ofDNA withdifferent band sequences withrestrictionenzymes andoverlapping clones makecontigs(physical map ofgenome) ● minimum tiling isthe processof choosing clones that overlap the least so you don’tsequence more than youneed to ● privategenome project strategy: ○ sequence expressedgenes through mRNA to makea cDNAlibrarywithout physical maps ● cDNA library construction: ○ short oligo(dT) chains linkedto cellulose incolumn, pass RNAthrough and poly A tailspair with chains so mRNA kept incolum ○ oligo(dT) primers annealto polyA tailto providea 3’OH group,reverse transcriptase synthesizes ○ RNA DNA hybrid treatedto partially digest RNA, DNA polymakes a second strand usingtheRNA asprimers ● wholegenome shotgun sequencing has todo withrepetitiveDNA, don't’ know where toplace them ● paired end reads consisted of 3libraries of different insert sizes (4/10/40kb),scanned repetitive sequencesof diff sizesand sequence both ends of clone, softwareto place pairedreads at appropriate distancesfromeach other ● post project,sequence determinedas DNAis synthesized, not after ● Illuminasequencing: ○ microscope slide with 8channels, DNAtreated with ligateadaptorsonbothends, put inside cell channels ○ bridgeamplification by adding unlabelednucleotides, adapters link,replicate ○ DNA becomes doublestranded, denatured, amplify,add tagged nucleotides, make withnew strand and take pics after eachnucisadded ● Pacific Biosciences: ○ no amplification needed,single moleculedetection, DNA synthesizedinreal time ○ polymerase inbottom ofzeromodewaveguide, smallamountoflight can come through to see whichnucis associated through acolorchange Chapter21 ● can getnew phenotypes throughmutations, or epigenetics (DNA andhistonemodifications, noncoding RNA) ● epigenetics isa change inthephenotypethat is potentially heritable without changingthe DNA base sequences throughmethylation of DNA,histonemodification, small RNA interactions ● methylation can switchgenes on and off,cytosines ● histoneacetylationundoes the normaltight packingof nucleosomes to createloosepackaging, new genes are exposed to transcriptionfactors andthusexpressed ● small RNA through the direct andindirect recruitment model ● honeybees use demethylation to distinguishbetween worker and queenbees ○ demethylationleadsto re-activation ofFASlocus expression byhistonedeacetylase inhibitor, opens chromatinandactivates gene expression ● mice use methylation for fur color ○ increase methylation inpseudoagoutimice ● epigeneticmodifications can be passedthrough generations that canbeimpacted bynutrition, environment, famineetc ○ vinclozolinis afungicide that is an endocrine disruptor that impacts F1/2/3 generations ○ early lifestress in miceleads to alteredmethylation in brain ● X-inactivation: ○ X-inactive specifictranscript and repressor RNA expressedononeX ○ RepA bindstoPRC2 onfutureinactivated X, Xist RNAspreads,increasesPRC2 concentrationwhich engages weaksites onXchromosomes ○ competitionbetweensites determines which chromosomeis inactivated ● paternally imprinted iswhenexpression of the father's allele isloverbyepigenetic modifications ● as development of fetus takes place, methylation is removed, increases at post implantation (needstobe removed to have fetus growproperly) ● paramutationis achangeingeneexpressionon onelocus inducedbyallelicinteractionsat a different locus ● odortraining in mice: ○ pumpin badsmell and shock feet, learn connection, neurons aremore activewhen smell is sensed ○ offspring are nervous with loud sound smellis there Chapter22 ● fruit fly egg develops into hollowcylinder ofcells, segmentationoccurs after a fewhours ● 3stages beforepupa,metamorphosis ● sperm and eggfuse to make single celled diploid zygote, nucleardivisionsto createsingle multinucleated cell (syncytium,nuclei move to edges anddivideto create syncytial blastoderm, cellmembranesform aroundeach nucleus creatinga layer ofcells surroundingembryo(cellular blastoderm( ● 2 hour embryo: anterior posteriorand dorsal ventral axisestablished ● 10 hour embryo: # andorientationof body segments established ● embryonic patterning of adult structures is storedinthe imaginal discs ofthelarvae ● dorsal-ventral istopto bottom ○ embryonicmembrane with Toll abovevitelline membrane, ventral follicle cellsattach to bottom where sulfated pipetarget placed, activateseasterprotease and interactswith Toll ○ maternal localizationof pipe sulfotransferase, easter serineprotease,localdistribution of spaetzle binds to Toll, signal that allows dorsal enternucleus and change transcription ● anterior-posterioris front to back ○ bicoid mRNA localized atanterior end, forms gradient withhighconcentrationat anteriorend, involvedindevelopmentofanterior structures ○ nanosmRNA localizedat posterior end,after fertilization nanosmRNAmakes nanos protein, concentration andinhibits formation of anteriorstructures ○ internal processes to keepgradients from equaling out ● gap genes deleteadjacentsegments(eliminateanterior segment) ● pair rule deletessome part of a pattern ineyer othersegment (delete even number segments) ● segmentpolarity effects polarity of segments, part is replacedbymirror image of part of another segment (posteriorhalf replaced withmirror imageofanterior half) ● promoters comput position of bicoid andnanos alonggradient,act basedonwhat is aroundto help andor blockbinding ● mutant examples: ○ bithorax: wings instead of halters ○ antennapedia: legs insteadofantenna ○ proboscipedia:legsinstead ofmouthand antennae ● hox genescontrol vertebrate segment identity and are similarbetweenspecies andthose inthe sameorder ● mammals have 4 clusters of hox genes whosearrangement correspondsto sequence in which genes areexpressed along anterior posterior axis ● hox proteins aretranscription factorsthat regulategeneexpression ineach segment ● ABC Model for floraldevelopment ○ class A genes produce sepalsin 1st whorl ○ class A and Bgenes producepetals in 2nd whorl ○ class Band C genes produce stamens in 3rdwhorl ○ class Cgenes produce carpels in 4th whorl ● early experiments showthat somatic tissues havecompleteset of geneticmaterial and differences in expressionduring development arenot dueto gene loss ● early embryoniccellsarepluripotent, can grow into anytissueand can reversetostemcells ● genes rearrangeinthe development ofantibodies ● lymphocytes comefrom stemcells inbone marrow ● B cells madein bone marrow, T cells madein mature thymus ● each B-lymphocyte isspecific for 1antigen, whenit binds to B cell,the B celldivides which is the primary immune response ○ some become antibody secreting plasmacells,somebecomememorycells (second immune response) ● immunoglobulin molecule has4chains with anantigenbinding sitewith variableregions, joining regions,heavy/light chainsanda constant region ● antibodies are differentbecause ofsomatic recombination, NOTsplicingbecause it isnot RNA ● 10 millionpossible Bcells ● Tcells have alpha and beta chains and work in thesame way to create1 million different shapes Chapter23 ● cancerisan abnormal proliferationofcells responsible for 1 in5 USdeaths, competes with normal cells for space and nutrients ● carcinoma begins inthe skin or in tissues that line internal organs(epithelial) ● sarcoma begins in the bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, orblood vessels ● blastomas begininstem cells ● leukemiabeginin blood forming tissue (bone marrow) and increasesthenumberofabnormal blood cellsintheblood ● lymphoma andmyeloma begin intheimmunesystem ● centralnervous systemcancers beginin the brain and spinal cordtissues ● cancerrates are impacted byenvironmental andsomaticmutations ● Alfred Knudsonfound that single cellsrarely undergo2somaticmutationsthat result ina a single tumorin 1 eye ○ apredisposed person inherits one mutation, undergo anotherto create caner ● multiplemutations requiredto producecancerous cells ● tumorsbecome dominantby mutants that competewell ● a cell that ispredisposedto proliferateata highrate, the2ndmutation causes rapidcell division, 3rdmutation causes structural change,4th causes it to divide and invadetissues ● genes cancause cancerby encouraging cellgrowthand division throughmutations in proto-oncogenes andby removing controls ongrowthanddivision through mutations in tumor suppressors ● proto-oncogenes usually produce factors that stimulatecelldivision, mutant alleles tend to be dominant ● tumor suppressors normallyproducefactors thatinhibit celldivision,mutant allelestendtobe recessive ● cellcycle regulators ○ MPF: mitosis promotingfactor ○ CDK: cyclin-dependent kinase ○ when retinoblastoma proteinandE2F aretogether it is inactive, cyclin andCDKhigh, RB becomes phosphorylatedit separates for E2F,whichthenbinds to DNAand stimulates transcription ofgenes ○ p53 isa tetramer transcriptional activator, that integratessignals ofDNA damage ○ p21 is produced whenp53 is made,helps to fix damagedDNA ● signaltransduction pathway ○ bindingof growth factorto receptor leads to conformationalchange which allowsan adaptor molecule to bind and link to Ras,which binds to GTP ○ causes asignal transduction cascade, which leads to activationof transcription factors promoting growth ○ mutations of Ras stimulatesignal transduction pathway,stuck inonposition ● defects inrepairand errorsin replication cancause cancer ○ 90% hereditary cancers due to mutationsin components ofmismatchrepair ● telomeraseisnormallyregulatedin somatic cellsto limit the numberofcell replicationcycles ● telomeraseisupregulated in tumorcells, allowingunlimitedcycles(passHayflick limit) ● HeLa cellsare an immortal cell line used for research ● overexpressionof angiogenesis promotingfactorscontributes totumor growth (allows the tumor to better use oxygen and nutrients throughthevascular system) ● metastasis is the abilityof a tumortomovearound and invade other tissues ● palladinmutationdisrupts actincytoskeletal network ofmesenchymal cells, leads toincreased mobility ● dicer processed miRNA regulatesexpressionpost transcription through RISC ○ lower expression of let-7miRNAleads to overexpressionofRas ● deletions, inversions,translocations impact geneexpression ● NIH Cancer GenomeAnatomy Project wanted tocharacterize geneexpression atvarious stagestoimprove detection, diagnosis, and treatment ● colon canceristhe lossof anormal tumorsuppressor gene APC,creates a benign, precancerous polyp, Rasactivationleads toadenoma grows, lose p53 tocreate a carcinoma malignant tumor ● retrovirus inserts RNA through reverse transcriptionandinsert hosts chromosome nextto proto-oncogene which incorporatesinto virus, gets mutated and is inserted back into host ○ mutation and rearrangement of host genes in viral intermediate ● HPV is started in epithelial cells, insertions canchangegene expression ○ gardasil vaccine:recombinant virus like particles lackviral DNAthat can’t makecancer but trigger antibody responseto protectinfuture ● transmissional tumor intasmaniandevils throughbites ○ transfer cellsand all areso closelyrelated basedon immune system so the cells don’tdie


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