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Please Read the attached Word Document for complete instruction. you can also find some example poster i attached for your reference as well. bellow is a summary of the project . I am also open tako on taking bids for this project since i can see that 18$ can not be suffition Purpose: To acquaint
the student with methods for prediction of protein
function and
structure. To familiarize the student with basic bioinformatics
tools and
databases.
Assignment: You
will be given a GenBank ID. From that you will find
the amino
acid sequence. Don’t be confused. Focus your attention on this
protein, not
the organism from which it comes. Proteins are selected that
have the
annotation “unkown function,” so you might not be able to find the
function nor
be able to figure out a likely function. Perform a search for
homologs.
Maybe one of the homologues will have a known function. The
function of
a homologue provides you with a possible function for your
protein, but
evolution might have caused the function to change. Print out a
comparison
of the proteins. Indicate regions of relatively high identity,
functional
motifs, and potential post-translational modification sites. Give an
overall
assessment of the possible function of your protein in the organism.
If it is an
enzyme, give the biochemical reaction that the protein is primarily
responsible
for and your predicted biological outcome if a loss-of-function
mutation
occurs in the gene that codes for the protein.
You may also
be able to get information about your gene if you analyze the
synteny of
the gene that produces your protein. In addition, give the
predictions
of structure and disorder, and the predicted secondary and
tertiary
structures of the protein (note: a region predicted to be disordered
can also
have predicted secondary structure). Note also that disordered
regions are
sometimes observed to have gain of function mutations, such as
the gain of
a PTM site or the gain of a partner binding site.
Format: The above
information will be organized into a poster such as one
given at a
scientific meeting. During the indicated time period, you will
present your
poster orally. You will have 12 minutes for your presentation,
so you
should practice your presentation with someone else. The time limits
will be
strictly enforced.
Making Your Poster: You can use “How to create a poster with Power
Point” on
YouTube to learn how to make your poster using PowerPoint.
This ~
10-minute tutorial will provide you with the basics to enable you to
create an
excellent poster.

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