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On-Line Glossary: D
... DNA. (13) DNA fingerprinting. A laboratory technique in which the banding patterns of DNA fragments from two different individuals are compared. (1) DNA polymerase. An enzyme that synthesizes a daughter strand(s) of DNA (under direction from a DNA template). May be involved in repair or replication. (13) DNA replicase. A DNA ...
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On-Line Glossary: P
... next. (3) polymerase chain reaction. The selective amplification of DNA by repeated cycles of (a) heat denaturation of the DNA, (b) annealing of two oligonucleotide primers that flank the DNA segment to be amplified and (c) the extension of the annealed primers with the heat insensitive Tag DNA polymerase. (10) ...
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DNA Replication
... growing second strand. There are different forms of DNA polymerase , but it is DNA polymerase III that is responsible for the processive synthesis of new DNA strands. DNA polymerase cannot start synthesizing de novo on a ... DNA to act as a substitute 3'OH for DNA polymerase to begin synthesizing from. This RNA primer is eventually removed by RNase H and the gap is filled in by DNA polymerase ...
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Polymerase Chain Reaction - Xeroxing DNA
... necessary components for DNA duplication: a piece of DNA, large quantities of the four nucleotides, large quantities of the primer sequence, and DNA polymerase. The polymerase is the Taq polymerase, named for Thermus aquaticus, from which it was isolated. The three parts of the polymerase chain reaction are ...
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Lab Projects
... cells die when exposed to replication blocking agents such as the DNA polymerase poison aphidicolin. Repair and response to DNA damageinduced by space radiation Both solar flares and galactic radiation contribute ... and X-rays) and high energy, high charge relativistic nuclei which are very effective DNA damaging agents. While gamma rays will skim through tissues, interacting with matter via Compton ...
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Storeroom Supplies Stock List
... 75 0 1708890 iScript DNA sythesis kit 25x20ul BIORAD 20ul 20ul $ 126.80 2 1725300 IPROOF HF DNA polymerase BIORAD 20u 20u $ 19.97 2 1725301 IPROOF High Fidelity DNA Polymerase 100u BIORAD 100u ... 1.5ml 1.5ml $ 382.39 5 11708013 Platinum Pfx DNA Polymerase 100units INVITROGEN 100units 100u $ 102.87 12 11708039 Platinum Pfx DNA Polymerase 500units INVITROGEN 500units 500u $ 441.83 10 12605010 Tryple ...
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In situ hybridization of non-radiolabelled RNA probes to sectioned tissue.
... leave a 3 overhang. Phenol/chloroform extract to get rid of any RNAses. Resuspend the DNA in DEPC-treated water to a concentration of 0.5 micrograms/microliter. Transcription Reaction: template ... UTP (Boehringer, cat#1209256) 5 microliters RNASIN (Promega) (RNAse inhibitor) to 1 unit/microliter RNA polymerase to 0.4 units/microliter water to total Total Volume 25 microliters Incubate the reaction ...
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2- Virology and Mycoplasma:
... detect Gemini viruses such as Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus (TYLCV) using the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) technique and DNA hybridization. Considerable achievements have occurred rapidly in this area. The citrus virus ...
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Qβ replicase
... 227, 211-14 (1997) Wettich A., Biebricher C.K. RNA species that replicate with DNA-dependent RNA polymerase from Escherichia coli. Biochem 40, 3308-3315 (2001) available online. Outline I- Qβ ... virus need to avoid generating "parasitic" templates? 9- "Parasitic" small RNAs can infect T7 DNA dependent RNA polymerase VI- In vivo control of RNA synthesis 1- Ribosomes compete with replicase for binding ...
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DNA Model
... Search Biology 100 DNA Model Quiz A Key To All The Molecular Subunits Go To The DNA Model Crossword Puzzle Read About The Polymerase Chain Reaction Four DNA Nucleotides: P = Phosphate D = Deoxyribose (Sugar) A = Adenine (Purine) G = Guanine (Purine) C = Cytosine (Pyrimidine) T = Thymine (Pyrimidine) DNA ...
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