DNA Sequence Examples

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DNA Sequence Sonification Details.pdf 105.3Kb PDF View/Open
What does testosterone.pdf 110.6Kb PDF View/Open
kbdirect-13TestosteroneB.html 585bytes HTML View/Open
kbdirect-12Testosterone.html 582bytes HTML View/Open
kbdirect-11DopamineReceptor.html 587bytes HTML View/Open
kbdirect-10InnerEarProtein.html 591bytes HTML View/Open
kbdirect-09Methionine.html 576bytes HTML View/Open
kbdirect-08Thymine3.html 570bytes HTML View/Open
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kbdirect-06Cytosine3.html 573bytes HTML View/Open
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Title: DNA Sequence Examples
Creators: Croson, James
Issue Date: 2003
Series/Report no.: Fisher, Susan. Biology 101
Abstract: The composer used the gene for testosterone as the basis for music.
Description: Music performance.
01 Adenine (5 strand); 02 Cytosine (5 strand); 03 Guanine (5 strand); 04 Thymine (5 strand); 05 Adenine (3 strand); 06 Cytosine (3 strand); 07 Guanine (3 strand); 08 Thymine(3 strand); 09 Methionine (start codon); 10 Inner Ear Protein; 11 Dopamine Receptor (zoom out); 12 Testosterone?; 13 Testosterone.
Includes two documents written by the composer explaining the music: What does testosterone sound like? and DNA Sequence Sonification Details.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/5858
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