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Dr.AMINA EL –SHAIBANY

Dr.AMINA EL –SHAIBANY

Dr.AMINA EL –SHAIBANY. RESTRICTION ENZYMES. Restriction enzymes: enzymes that cut DNA in specific places function: Inactivate foreign DNA Breaks only palindrome sequences, i.e. those exhibiting two-fold symmetry Important in DNA research, i.e. sequencing, hybridization

By tracy
(148 views)

Divisibility tests

Divisibility tests

Divisibility tests. These are simple tricks to test what a number can be shared by . We are going to learn tricks for testing if a number can be shared by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and multiples of 10. Divisibility tests. This is a typical SATs question that can be solved by divisibility tests. x.

By kyra-cline
(139 views)

Divisibility tests

Divisibility tests

Divisibility tests. These are simple tricks to test what a number can be shared by . We are going to learn tricks for testing if a number can be shared by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and multiples of 10. Divisibility tests. This is a typical SATs question that can be solved by divisibility tests. x.

By judah-mendez
(104 views)

Transposons & Mechanisms of Transposition

Transposons & Mechanisms of Transposition

Transposons & Mechanisms of Transposition. Krystine Garcia, Tao Jing, Alexander Meyers. Genomic Distribution. 98.5% of human genome non-coding 25% non-repeat spacer DNA Repetitious DNA - Tandemly repeated genes - Sattelite DNA (6%) Interspaced repeats. Transposable Elements.

By maggie-watkins
(650 views)

PCR - Polymerase Chain Reaction

PCR - Polymerase Chain Reaction

PCR - Polymerase Chain Reaction. PCR is an in vitro technique for the amplification of a region of DNA which lies between two regions of known sequence. PCR amplification is achieved by using oligonucleotide primers.

By quentin-branch
(283 views)

Transposons & Mechanisms of Transposition

Transposons & Mechanisms of Transposition

Transposons & Mechanisms of Transposition. Krystine Garcia, Tao Jing, Alexander Meyers. Genomic Distribution. 98.5% of human genome non-coding 25% non-repeat spacer DNA Repetitious DNA - Tandemly repeated genes - Sattelite DNA (6%) Interspaced repeats. Transposable Elements.

By cecilj
(40 views)

Hyg

Hyg

By frobert
(0 views)

PCR -  Polymerase Chain Reaction

PCR - Polymerase Chain Reaction

PCR - Polymerase Chain Reaction. PCR is an in vitro technique for the amplification of a region of DNA which lies between two regions of known sequence. PCR amplification is achieved by using oligonucleotide primers.

By ivat
(2 views)


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