Structures of the Purine and Pyrimidine Bases. Example of the Structure of a Nucleotide. Base. Nucleoside. Nucleotide. Chemical Structure of a Nucleic Acid. Voet Fig. 3-6. Double Helical Structure of DNA. Note that the strands run antiparallel Note that the helix is 20 Å wide.
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Voet Fig. 3-6
Note that the strands run antiparallel
Note that the helix is 20 Å wide.
There are about 10 base pairs per turn of the helix.
One turn of the helix is 34 Å
The base pairs are 3.4 Å apart
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Voet Fig. 23-1
With DNA through the
Major and Minor
Backbones of the strands are bright green and bright red
The bases on the corresponding backbones are lighter green and pink
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Cutting DNA with Restriction Endonucleases followed by Analysis by Gel Electrophoresis
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Fluorescent dye-conjugated derivatives of the Dideoxynucleotides can be used in DNA Sequencing Instruments
Example of data obtained from a DNA sequencing reaction using fluorescent (dye-conjugated) derivatives of dideoxynucleotides
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Garrett and Grisham Fig. 13-21
See Voet Fig. 3-32
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Vector DNAs must be capable of replicating in the host cells and must carry a selectable marker
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