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The major objective of this sqadia.com medical video lecture is on the structure and function of genes. This V learning lecture highlights sequence complexity, C₀t curve plot along with the protein-coding gene and genetic overlap. Additionally, classification of RNA, mini and microsatellites and nucleosome has been explicated.
The prime focus of this section is the sequence complexity. Following this, categories of sequence complexity along with the C₀t curve plots have been explained. In the end, tandem repeats of DNA and categories of genome sequence complexity has been comprehensively elaborated.
In the beginning, structural genes have been defined. Subsequently, introns, exons and dystrophin gene has been discussed. In addition to this, molecular geography of functions along with the genetic overlap has been brought under consideration.
Classification of RNA
Initially, basic varieties of RNA and types of noncoding RNA has been described. Furthermore, single-copy microRNAs not protein coding along with the microRNAs production has been shed light upon. Moreover, initial or primary transcript for miRNA and functional multi-copy genes. Conclusively, pseudogenes (gene ghosts) have been conversed about in-detail.
Firstly, uncertain function of repetitive sequences and alpha satellites have been explicated. Additionally, minisatellites, DNA fingerprinting along with the microsatellites has been highlighted. In the end, transposable elements (jumping genes) have been shed light upon.
This section emphasizes upon the nucleosome. Moving ahead, non-histone protein component and chromosome scaffolds have been explained quite comprehensively. In the end, visualizing chromosomes compaction has been discussed.