Help Me- RNA

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    • #3219
      needhelp1234
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      I have to construct a 3-D model that demonstrates the initiation of prtoein synthesis by a prokaryotic ribosome.

      The structure has to have:
      a two-part ribosome,
      the initiation factor,
      t-RNA,
      m-RNA
      and proten.
      The protien should have at least 3 amino acids.

      those are the guidlines, can anyone help me and show me a picture consisting of all these. I just need to know what they look like all in one and what the strcutre shoudl look like.
      I realy need help i have exactly a week and 3 days now.

    • #37308
      MrMistery
      Participant

      Dr.Stein is our local picture supplier
      🙂

    • #37309
      needhelp1234
      Participant

      um wuts Dr.Stein?
      is it a site?
      URL?

    • #37310
      needhelp1234
      Participant

      may i have recommended sites?
      pictures?
      when is Dr.stein on if i may ask?

    • #37313
      mith
      Participant

      you could try pming her
      privmsg.php?mode=post&u=1582

    • #37379
      Poison
      Participant

      Maybe you can try this (an animation): (I don’t know if it is proper but…)
      http://www.wisc-online.com/objects/inde … jid=AP1302

      Or: (picture but not licenced. And the cell is not procaryotic)

      http://www.rkm.com.au/CELL/protein-synthesis.html

      And have a look at the search:

      http://images.google.com.tr/images?q=%2 … mlerde+Ara

    • #37439
      Dr.Stein
      Participant

      He already sent me a PM and I gave him couple figures but he doesn’t get a clue what he should do… 🙁 Then me either! 🙂

    • #37463
      2810712
      Participant

      By the way Dr. when are you on ? 😆

      Shrei

    • #37467
      Dr.Stein
      Participant

      My on time is unscheduled. Whenever I want to be on, I just need to sit on a chair in front of my computer and turn it on. That is when I am on 8) This time I am on 😆

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