Termination Codon or Stop Codon

Anusha Karthik
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 17:36:02
Introduction The genetic code is the set of rules that determine the correspondence between nucleotide triplets (codons) and the amino acids they specify. In the language of genetics, the Stop codon or termination codon is a nucleotide triplet in mRNA that signals the end of the protein-coding sequence. Stop codons are essential for the proper termination of protein synthesis and play a vital role in the regulation of gene expression. What is Stop Codon? Stop codon, also known as termination codon, is a set of three nucleotide sequences in the messenger RNA (mRNA) that signals the end of ... Read More

Structure and Composition of Bio-membranes of a cell

Anusha Karthik
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 17:30:59
Introduction and History The membrane is an essential component of every living cell, which separates the cell from its external environment and provides a barrier to the free movement of molecules. The discovery of the cell membrane is attributed to the experiments of Robert Hooke and Anton van Leeuwenhoek in the seventeenth century, who first observed cells and bacteria under a microscope. In the nineteenth century, researchers discovered that cells were surrounded by a thin layer of material, which later became known as the cell membrane. The concept of the cell membrane’s structure and composition began to take shape ... Read More

Start Codon: Definition and Importance

Anusha Karthik
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 17:23:24
Introduction Protein synthesis is a fundamental process that occurs in all living organisms. It involves the production of proteins from the genetic information encoded in DNA. The process of protein synthesis involves multiple steps, one of which is the initiation of translation. The initiation of translation is regulated by a start codon, also known as an AUG codon. Definition of Start Codon/AUG Codon The start codon, also known as the initiation codon or AUG codon, is a three-nucleotide sequence of mRNA that signals the ribosome to begin protein synthesis. It is always the first codon in an mRNA sequence ... Read More

Difference Between Acetone and Paint Thinner

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 17:17:35
Acetone and paint thinner are two commonly used solvents that are used in various applications. While both of these substances are used as solvents, they have different chemical compositions and properties. In this essay, we will explore the differences between acetone and paint thinner. What is Acetone? This is a volatile, colorless as well as a flammable liquid. It is the smallest and simplest ketone and is miscible with water. It is used as a solvent, consumed as acetone cyanohydrin as well as a precursor to methyl methacrylate. As a solvent, it dissolves synthetic fibers as well as plastics, while ... Read More

Stages of Transcription

Anusha Karthik
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 17:16:06
Introduction Transcription is a process that takes place in all living organisms, where genetic information in the form of DNA is converted into a functional molecule of RNA. RNA is a polymer of nucleotides that plays a key role in the synthesis of proteins. Transcription is the first step in gene expression and is a complex process that involves a series of stages. In this tutorial, we will explore the different stages of transcription in detail. Initiation The initiation stage of transcription begins with the recognition of a specific region of DNA called the promoter by RNA polymerase, the ... Read More

Java Program To Reverse A Number And Check If It Is A Palindrome Number

Rudradev Das
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 17:02:17
What is a Palindrome Number? If a number is given( two, three, or four-digit number) and reversing each individual number with the positions from front to back and then vice versa , and then if the number output is the same after reversing all the elements then it is said to be a palindrome number. String - A string is a storing capsule or a storing method in which we can store a sequence of characters in a Java program. Array - An array is a collection of similar type of data placed in different positions in a sequential form ... Read More

Learn How to Drive a Car

Ankur Choudhury
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 17:01:22
Driving demands concentration, attention, and patience. Whether you are an experienced driver or learned it recently, you need to keep certain things in check as long as your hands are being the steering wheel. With more than 60% market share, automatic cars are becoming more common among people. Nowadays, most people are pretty comfortable driving an automatic car, but not everyone knows how to handle a manual one. This article is an effort from us to help people learn to drive automatic and manual vehicles. Part 1: Prepare Yourself Before learning to drive, you should prepare yourself mentally. ... Read More

C# Program to Generate Random Even Numbers Using LINQ Parallel Query

Ankit kumar
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 17:00:29
Introduction In this article we will learn how to write a C# program that uses LINQ parallel query to generate random even numbers. Let's quickly review the language. The C# programming language is basically used to create desktop, internet, and mobile apps. Linguistic Integrated Query, also known as LINQ, is one of the advantages of C#. Developers may quickly access data from a variety of sources, including arrays, collections, and databases. Regardless of the data source, it offers a standard syntax for data queries. As LINQ and SQL share a similar syntax, developers can use and understand them both easily. ... Read More

What Your Urine Says About You and Your Health?

Manish Panchal
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 17:00:25
The kidneys create urine, a liquid waste product that is expelled from the body through the urethra. It is a yellowish fluid made up of mostly water—about 95%—and waste materials like urea, creatinine, and other organic and inorganic compounds—5%. Because it can tell us a lot about how the kidneys and other organs are doing, urine is a key sign of general health. Changes in urine's appearance, taste, or consistency may be a sign of underlying health issues such dehydration, infection, or renal disease. Normal urine should be clear or slightly hazy, pale yellow to amber in colour, and have ... Read More

Treatments for Staph Infection: Antibiotics, Surgery, and More

Manish Panchal
Updated on 31-Mar-2023 16:59:11
What is Staph Infection? A specific kind of bacterial infection called staph infection is brought on by Staphylococcus bacteria. Healthy people frequently have this bacterium on their skin and in their noses, but when it gets into the body through a cut or wound, it can lead to an infection. Staph infections can range in severity from less dangerous infections like cellulitis, sepsis, and pneumonia to more serious infections like impetigo, folliculitis, and sepsis. A staph infection may cause the following symptoms − Warmth, redness, and pain at the infection site Bruising, discomfort, or pus-filled blisters Chills and a ... Read More
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