Protein 3D Structure Knowledge
Introduction to Structural Bioinformatics and Genomics:

Slide-like web pages designed for three situations:

  1. More background information, with less-detailed support slides.
    • For less specialized audiences.
    • The support slides (linked directly to the main slide) are simplified for brevity.
    • Further details are available, when needed, by clicking links in the support slides to move two steps away from the main slide.

  2. Simplified main slide, for when less time is available for explanation.
    • For audiences that do not need the background in set #1 above.
    • The support slides (linked directly to the main slide) are simplified.
    • Further details are available, when needed, by clicking links in the support slides to move two steps away from the main slide.

  3. Detailed main slide, for when more time is available for explanation.
    • For audiences that do not need the background in set #1 above.
    • The support slides (linked directly to the main slide) are detailed.
List of All Slides by Titles

All versions assume that the audience is familiar with the main points of the central dogma: that proteins are linear chains of amino acids, coded for by genomic DNA via messenger RNA.

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by Eric Martz, University of Massachusetts.
This page last updated April 2012.