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Hepatitis C virus (HCV) continues to be a major cause of [...] and liver failure in the United States.
Answer
cirrhosis

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To fight this virus, infected [...] release interferon, a peptide signal that-as the name suggests-interferes with viral replication. Because viruses must hijack the host cell's machinery to replicate, one way the body can limit the spread of the virus is by shutting off the processes of transcription and translation. Interferon not only curtails these
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replication transcription translation 1----•~ [ protein [ '---/ reverse transcription Figure 7.1. The Central Dogma of Molecular Biology
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Flashcard 1787629538572

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We know that DNA and RNA share the same language: they both code using nitrogenous bases. Proteins, however, are composed of amino
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An organism must be able to store and preserve its genetic information, pass that information along to future generations, and express that information as it carries out all the processes of life.

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Flashcard 1787630587148

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#biochemistry #central-dogma
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The major steps involved in the transfer of genetic information are illustrated in the central dogma of molecular biology, as shown in Figure 7.1.
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While nucleotides play a crucial role in maintaining our genetic identity from gen- eration to generation, it is the proteins they encode that help organisms develop and perform the necessary functions of life.

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