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As each member of chromosome 16 has two gene loci a locus refers to specific physical position of a gene on chromosome , there are total four genes.

However, there is only one globin gene locus on chromosome 11, and therefore genes are two in number. Genes are the base sequences, which are present along the DNA strands and are necessary for the formation of a protein.

The different functional areas of a globin gene are: 1.

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Exons and introns: The regions of DNA strand which encode amino acids in the protein product are known as exons while non-coding regions which interrupt the coding sequences are known as introns or intervening sequences. Each globin gene contains three exons and two introns.

Splice junction sequences: These are sequences at the junction of exons and introns and are required for precise splicing or removal of introns during the formation of mRNA. Promoter: The promoter region is present towards 5 end of the gene and contains sequences to which the RNA polymerase binds; it is necessary for correct initiation of transcription. Steps in the synthesis of globin: Globin synthesis involves three stepstranscription, processing of mRNA, and translation Fig.

Binding of RNA polymerase to the promoter is essential for accurate initiation of transcription. Transcription continues through exons and introns and when a chain terminating sequence is encountered, RNA polymerase gets separated from the DNA strand. A cap structure modified nucleotides is added at the 5 end of mRNA; though the exact role is unknown, capping appears to be necessary for initiation of translation. At the 3 end a poly-A tail consisting of about adenylic acid residues is added.

AAUAAA sequence at the 3 end signals the addition of poly-A tail about 20 bases downstream from the polyadenylation site. Polyadenylation is required for stability of the transcript and its transport to the cytoplasm. Excision of Figure 1. Accurate splicing is guided by the presence of GT dinucleotide at the exon-intron boundary 5 end of intron and AG dinucleotide at the intron-exon boundary 3 end of intron.

Intron 1 is excised before intron 2. During splicing, excision at 5 exon-intron boundary occurs initially with the formation of lariat structures; subsequently excision at the 3 intron-exon boundary occurs followed by joining of exons.

Translation: This process, which occurs on ribosomes, consists of synthesis of a polypeptide chain according to the directions provided by the mRNA template. The mRNA, transcribed from the DNA template, carries the genetic code from the nucleus to the cytoplasm and determines the sequence of amino acids in the formation of a polypeptide.

The tRNA transports specific amino acids from the cytoplasm to the specific locations codons along the mRNA strand; each tRNA binds and transports a specific amino acid. The rRNA, along with certain structural proteins, constitutes the ribosome which serves as a site for protein synthesis. The different steps of protein synthesis translation are activation, initiation, elongation, and termination.

Translation always begins at a codon that specifies methionine AUG, the initiator codon. Elongation of polypeptide chain occurs when successive amino acids are added after methionine according to the pattern provided by the genetic code. During this process, movement of ribosomes occurs along the mRNA strand and ribosome slides to the next codon when an amino acid specified by preceding codon is added to the growing polypeptide chain.

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Amino acids are attached to each other by peptide bonds. This is followed by release of the completed polypeptide chain from the ribosomes.

Hoffbrand's Essential Haematology has built a reputation as the flagship haematology textbook for both students and junior doctors, providing an authoritative introduction to the subject. Now in its 7th edition, this classic text provides up-to-date knowledge of the pathogenesis, clinical and laboratory features, treatment of blood and bone marrow disorders, in its concise and user-friendly style.

Hoffbrand's Essential Haematology outlines the basic principles of clinical and laboratory haematology and shows how manifestations of blood diseases can be explained by new knowledge of the disease processes. It is an indispensable resource for students and trainees and an essential read for all specialists who are interested in updating their knowledge.

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