Exploring Molecule World - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

About This Presentation
Title:

Exploring Molecule World

Description:

www.Digital-World-Biology.com www.Digital-World-Biology.com Molecule World allows you to search and display structures from multiple databases PubChem NCBI Cn3D ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:46
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 13
Provided by: digita69
Category:

less

Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Exploring Molecule World


1
Exploring Molecule World
www.Digital-World-Biology.com
2
Molecule World allows you to search and display
structures from multiple databases
  • PubChem
  • NCBI Cn3D
  • PDB

Atoms are shown with the appropriate size. A
color key lets you identify the elements.
www.Digital-World-Biology.com
3
(No Transcript)
4
Molecule World comes with some structures related
to classroom topics 1BNA double stranded
DNA 1OCC cytochrome C oxidase, used in DNA
barcoding 1TAU Taq polymerase DNA, used in
PCR 1TRZ human insulin 2BAM BamHI, a
restriction enzyme, cuts DNA 2DN2 Human
hemoglobin 3ADF Green fluorescent protein
(GFP) 3ZTN part of an antibody bound to
hemagglutinin from influenza 4BBS RNA
polymerase bound to DNA 4TRA yeast
tRNA Bromocresol purple, Bromophenol blue,
caffeine, glucose, penicillin, phenol red
www.Digital-World-Biology.com
5
Examples of Molecule World structures shown in
different rendering coloring modes
www.Digital-World-Biology.com
6
Cytochrome C oxidase
The grey (neutral) area shows the
membrane-spanning region of cytochrome C oxidase
www.Digital-World-Biology.com
7
Taq polymerase
The red white chains are DNA.
www.Digital-World-Biology.com
8
BamHI endonuclease
The red and white chains are DNA.
9
This is hemoglobin. Each ring is a heme.
Human hemoglobin
www.Digital-World-Biology.com
10
Green Fluorescent Protein
The white residue is the GFP chromophore.
www.Digital-World-Biology.com
11
Antibody bound to an inluenza antigen
The blue and green chains are from the antibody.
12
Coming in July! Rainbow Coloring Sequence
Displays
www.Digital-World-Biology.com
Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
About PowerShow.com