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In situ hybridization of non-radiolabelled RNA probes to sectioned tissue.
... with no heat. Carbonate hydrolysis The probe is hydrolyzed into fragments between 75 and 150 base pairs long.† To calculate the length of time to let the reaction go, use the following ... will be probed with antisense strand probes. 1. Make hybridization solution (enough for 5 slide pairs): 100 microliters 10X in situ salts 400 microliters deionized formamide 200 microliters 50% dextran sulfate ...
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PLANT VIROLOGY - THIRD EXAM - 1987
... are partially sequenced. The nucleotide sequences differ by 2%. A restriction endonuclease which recognizes four base pairs cleaves the DNA of one of these strains 6 times. What is the probability that ...
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Mosses and Liverworts
... Marchantia polymorpha, a liverwort. Between the two arrowheads is a stretch of some 30,000 base pairs. The order of the genes in this region is also found in mosses (supporting the ...
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Nucleic Acids
... guanosine are both purines, and thymidine and cytidine are pyrimidines. A pairs with T, and G pairs with C. Often the base pairs are referred to as A-T or G-C basepairs (bps ...
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Lab Manual Exercise #2
... : Homologous, Paternal and Maternal Maternal (pink) and paternal (blue) sets of chromosome doublets. Two pairs of homologous chromosome doublets. Maternal and paternal sets of single chromosomes. Single chromosomes ... of histone protein. Each protein bead contains about 200 base pairs on its surface, while the strand between consists of about 50 base pairs. Each protein bead with DNA on its surface ...
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Molecule Illustrations
... form three loops. At the base of each loop the base pairs are held together by hydrogen bonds (paired red dots). The terminal (lower) loop contains the anticodon AAA (base triplet in red). The specific anticodon for phenylalanine is AAA. Other amino acids have different anticodons. The corresponding base triplet on the messenger RNA strand is called a codon. The codon for phenylalanine is ...
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Central Dogma - The Beauty of Mutations
... copies of the gene, the cell runs into trouble. Point Mutations Point mutations are single base pair changes. What effect does that have on the encoded protein? A nonsense mutation ... every 1000 base pairs. This level would be unacceptable, because too many genes would be rendered non-functional. Organisms have elaborate DNA proofreading and repair mechanisms, which can recognize false base-pairing ...
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The Search for the Genetic Material
... . It was already known from chemical studies that DNA was a polymer of nucleotide (sugar, base and phosphate) units. X-ray crytallographic data obtained by Rosalind Franklin, combined with the previous ... are complementary, being matched by the hydrogen bonds of the A - T and G - C base pairs. This complementary pairing of the bases suggests that, when DNA replicates, an exact duplicate of ...
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Graphics Gallery
... RNA Synthesis and Processing Induction of the lac Operon Protein Synthesis The Genetic Code Base Pair Base Pair - A More Detailed View Cloning from Adult Vertebrate Cells Codon DNA ( ... of Chromosomes Mitosis Mitosis: labeled diagram Meiosis Comparison of meiosis and mitosis Sequences of Base Pairs Mapping Crossing-over and Recombination During Meiosis Levels of Chromatin Packing Chromosome Metaphase ...
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SA Trip Report
... at huge chunks of DNA and now they are looking at individual base pairs. It didnít help my feelings of antiquity that the researcher was ... this concrete table, which is kept wet. This provides cooling at the base of the pots and also helps raise the overall humidity on hot ... Bainís Kloof, I left Francois and Sandy and returned to my base in Cape Town. Berenice Carolus, above, at work in the small but ...
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