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#'''[[Molecular Biology]]'''
 
#'''[[Molecular Biology]]'''

Latest revision as of 20:16, 16 February 2013

  1. Molecular Biology
    1. Saccharides
    2. DNA Structure
    3. Central Dogma
    4. Promoter Strength
    5. Chromatin
  2. Genetic Engineering
    1. Restriction Enzymes
    2. Ligase
    3. Plasmids
    4. How to prepare electrocompetent ''E. coli''
    5. Transformation with ''E. coli''
  3. Bacterial Physiology
    1. Bacterial Growth
  4. Gene Regulation
    1. ''lac'' operon
    2. Gene Regulation and Protein Levels
    3. Simple Gene Regulation
    4. Statistical Mechanics of Binding
    5. Stochastic Gene Expression
    6. Optimality and Evolution
    7. Genetic Toggle Switch
    8. Transcription Networks
    9. Network Motifs
      1. Autoregulation
        1. Negative Autoregulation (NAR)
        2. Positive Autoregulation
      2. Feed Forward Loop (FFL)
      3. Single Input Module (SIM)
    10. Hill Function
    11. Robustness
  5. Chemical Kinetics
    1. Reaction Rate Law
    2. Michaelis Menten Kinetics
    3. Stoichiometric Matrix
  6. Chemical Thermodynamics and Statistics
    1. Chemical Potential
    2. Law of Mass Action
    3. Fluctuations around the mean energy
    4. Open Systems - Mass Balance Equations
  7. Control Systems
    1. Dynamical Systems
    2. Regulating vs. Steering