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Biochemistry 1 - Nucleic acid metabolism | genetic information transfer |

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Syllabus :- Nucleic acid metabolism and genetic information transfer Biosynthesis of purine and pyrimidine nucleotides Catabolism of purine nucleotides and Hyperuricemia and Gout disease Organization of mammalian genome Structure of DNA and RNA and their functions DNA replication (semi conservative model) Transcription or RNA synthesis Genetic code, Translation or Protein synthesis and inhibitors DEFINATION Nucleic acid: Nucleic acids are naturally occurring chemical compounds that serve as the primary information-carrying molecules in cells. They play an especially important role in directing protein synthesis. The two main classes of nucleic acids are deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA). genetic information transfer: The genetic information carried in the DNA can be transferred from one cell to another; however, this is not a true exchange, because only one partner receives the new information. ... Transduction is the transfer of DNA from one bacterium to another by means of a bacteria-infecting virus called a bacteriophage. UNIT 4th Biochemistry 1 unit 4 pdf Biochemistry 1 pdf Biochemistry 1 definition Biochemistry 1 unit 4 notes Biochemistry 1 unit 4 pdf download Biochemistry 1 unit 4 pdf Biochemistry 1 unit 4 notes pdf Biochemistry 1 unit 4 notes Biochemistry 1 unit 4 notes download Biochemistry 1 syllabus Biochemistry 1 question paper Biochemistry 1 2nd semester practical book pdf Biochemistry 1 2nd semester book pdf Biochemistry 1 2nd semester Biochemistry 1 2nd semester important questions Biochemistry 1 unit 4 pdf Biochemistry 1 pdf Biochemistry 1 definition Biochemistry 1 unit 4 notes Biochemistry 1 unit 4 pdf download Biochemistry 1 unit 4 pdf Biochemistry 1 unit 4 notes pdf Biochemistry 1 unit 4 notes Biochemistry 1 unit 4 notes download Biochemistry 1 syllabus Biochemistry 1 question paper Biochemistry 1 2nd semester practical book pdf Biochemistry 1 2nd semester book pdf Biochemistry 1 2nd semester Biochemistry 1 2nd semester important questions nucleic acid nucleic acids biomolecules nucleic acid monomer nucleic acid function nucleic acid examples nucleic acids elements nucleic acid structure nucleic acid foods nucleic acids are polymers of nucleic acid definition nucleic acid bases genetic information transfer nucleus to cytoplasm by genetic information transfer genetic information transfer dna to rna is called genetic information transfer machinery genetic information transfer mcq genetic information transfer nucleus to cytoplasm by which of the following genetic information transfer from generation to generation genetic information transfer pdf genetic information transferred from parent to daughter cells genetic information transfer from generation to generation and eukaryotic replication

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