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  1. A Lot More Advanced Biotechnology Tools(Part 1) Sequencing

  2. DNA Sequencing • Sanger method • determine the base sequence of DNA • based on replication • dideoxynucleotides • ddATP, ddGTP, ddTTP, ddCTP • missing O for bonding of nextnucleotide • terminates the growing chain

  3. DNA Sequencing 1 • Sanger method • synthesize complementary DNA strand in vitro • in each tube: • “normal” N-bases • dideoxy N-bases • ddA, ddC, ddG, ddT • DNA polymerase • primer • buffers & salt 2 3 4 2

  4. Reading the sequence • Load gel with sequences from ddA, ddT, ddC, ddG in separate lanes • read lanes manually & carefully • polyacrylamide gel

  5. Fred Sanger 1978 | 1980 This was his 2nd Nobel Prize!! • 1st was in 1958 for the structure of insulin

  6. Advancements to sequencing • Fluorescent tagging • no more radioactivity • all 4 bases in 1 lane • each base a different color • Automated reading

  7. Advancements to sequencing • Fluorescent tagging sequence data • Computer read & analyzed

  8. Advancements to sequencing • Capillary tube electrophoresis • no more pouring gels • higher capacity & faster Applied Biosystems, Inc (ABI) built an industry on these machines 384 lanes

  9. Big labs! • economy of scale • PUBLIC • Joint Genome Institute (DOE) • MIT • Washington University of St. Louis • Baylor College of Medicine • Sanger Center (UK) • PRIVATE • Celera Genomics

  10. Automated Sequencing machines • Really BIG labs!

  11. Human Genome Project • U.S government project • begun in 1990 • estimated to be a 15 year project • DOE & NIH • initiated by Jim Watson • led by Francis Collins • goal was to sequence entire human genome • 3 billion base pairs • Celera Genomics • Craig Venter challenged gov’t • would do it faster, cheaper • private company

  12. gov’t method Craig Venter’s method “map-based method” “shotgun method” 1. Cut DNA entire chromosome into small fragments and clone. 2. Sequence each segment & arrange based on overlapping nucleotide sequences. Different approaches Cut DNA segment into fragments, arrange based on overlapping nucleotide sequences, and clone fragments. 2. Cut and clone into smaller fragments. 3. Assemble DNA sequence using overlapping sequences.