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Lecture #9			Date _____

Lecture #9 Date _____

Lecture #9 Date _____. Chapter 20~ DNA Technology & Genomics. O.J. Simpson capital murder case,1/95-9/95. Odds of blood in Ford Bronco not being R. Goldman’s: 6.5 billion to 1 Odds of blood on socks in bedroom not being N. Brown-Simpson’s: 8.5 billion to 1

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Restriction Enzymes

Restriction Enzymes

Restriction Enzymes. Remember what we know about DNA. What is the monomer of DNA? How do bases pair? What kind of bond is used?. Restriction Enzymes. Aka Restriction Endonucleases What macromolecule do you think they are made of?

By tam
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Lab 6b Working with DNA

Lab 6b Working with DNA

Lab 6b Working with DNA. Amplifying DNA. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) Molecular Increases the amount of a DNA sequence Replicates sequence millions of times Recombinant DNA technology Amplifies DNA that includes Within cells Sequences from other organisms. Working With Gene Clones.

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Chapter 20

Chapter 20

Chapter 20. Biotechnology. Overview: The DNA Toolbox. Sequencing of the human genome was completed by 2007 DNA sequencing has depended on advances in technology, starting with making recombinant DNA

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Biotechnology :

Biotechnology :

Biotechnology :. “Or how I stopped worrying and learned to love the sheep.”. Restriction Enzymes. Restriction enzymes are compounds first isolated in the 1970's They function by selectively cutting DNA at specific sequences . Restriction Enzymes.

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Biotechnology :

Biotechnology :

Biotechnology :. “Or how I stopped worrying and learned to love the sheep.”. Restriction Enzymes. Restriction enzymes are compounds first isolated in the 1970's They function by selectively cutting DNA at specific sequences . Restriction Enzymes.

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Efficient DNA Construction using Minimization

Efficient DNA Construction using Minimization

Efficient DNA Construction using Minimization . David Miller* and Laura Beaudin Advisors: Jo Ellis-Monaghan and Greta Pangborn. Background. Useful for increasing efficiency in the construction of DNA nanostructures Applications in the field of biomolecular computing

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Chapter 20: Biotechnology

Chapter 20: Biotechnology

Chapter 20: Biotechnology. 20.1 and 20.2 are the only sections we will cover in Chapter 20. The rest will be covered after the AP exam. Self Quiz Multiple Choice Questions p. 424 – 425 (1-8) and question 9. Overview: The DNA Toolbox. Sequencing of the human genome was completed by 2007

By shania
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BIOTECHNOLOGY

BIOTECHNOLOGY

BIOTECHNOLOGY. AP BIOLOGY 12 GORSIC. Biotechnology. Biotechnology : manipulation of organisms or their components to perform practical tasks or provide useful products Genetic engineering: direct manipulation of genes for practical purposes. Practical DNA Technology Uses.

By edythe
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Food Production

Food Production

Food Production. Macronutrients- carbohydrates, proteins and fats Micronutrients- vitamins (A, C, E) and minerals (iron, iodine, calcium) Chronic undernutrition : not getting an adequate amount of calories Chronic malnutrition: deficiency of key nutrients

By ianna
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TEST 8 REVIEW

TEST 8 REVIEW

TEST 8 REVIEW. Mrs. Chustz—Biology II Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering. A) base sequences B) amino acids C) proteins D) chromosomes. Restriction enzymes are specific in their identification of:. A) base sequences B) amino acids C) proteins D) chromosomes.

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Biotechnology

Biotechnology

Biotechnology. Genetics and Biotechnology. 13.2 DNA Technology. Genetic Engineering. Technology that involves manipulating the DNA of one organism in order to insert the DNA of another organism Agricultural Medicinal Forensic Science. Genetics and Biotechnology.

By keaira
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BACTERIA

BACTERIA

BACTERIA. Miss. P ierre. Shapes of bacteria. Ref ( Pg 14 Taylor and Green) & (550 Clegg). http:// www.britannica.com/EBchecked/media/83721/Most-bacteria-multiply-by-an-asexual-reproductive-process-called-binary Please take notes. Sexual reproduction. Structure of a virus.

By anne
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Solving Hamiltonian Path Problems with a DNA Computer

Solving Hamiltonian Path Problems with a DNA Computer

Solving Hamiltonian Path Problems with a DNA Computer. Brad Isom , Zach Caton , Cody Matheny, Cody Barta , Brandin Erickson, David Carr. Overview. The idea is to represent a HPP with segments of DNA that can be mixed together in vitro The segment include parts of a reporter gene

By kamin
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Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering. Restriction enzymes. Also called restriction endonucleases Proteins produced by bacteria as a defense against “foreign” DNA Serve as bacteria’s “immune system”. Restriction sites. Specific sequences of DNA that certain restriction enzymes recognize Examples:

By chace
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Bioengineering and Superheroes

Bioengineering and Superheroes

Bioengineering and Superheroes. By Yours Truly . Spiderman, Captain America, Superman, Hulk, and others…. All these superheroes could hypothetically be created through bioengineering How? Just wait and see. . Me. Born in Columbus, OH

By astin
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RNAi

RNAi

RNAi. Carly Sproule BE 4332. What is RNA Interference?. Mechanism that silences a gene so that the protein associated with it is not expressed Regulates gene expression Used as an immune response and natural defense mechanism

By valiant
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Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering. Some diabetics need to inject insulin. We used to get insulin from cows or pigs, but that took time and money. We now use bacteria to produce insulin because they can make it quickly and cheaply. How can bacteria be used to produce insulin?

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Restriction Enzymes

Restriction Enzymes

Restriction Enzymes. What are Restriction Enzymes?.

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Beyond pGLO

Beyond pGLO

Beyond pGLO. Genetic Engineering and Stem Cells. Restriction enzymes: Have sticky ends or overhangs of DNA. This helps to “glue” in the gene of interest in the right direction. Must find a plasmid with the appropriate sticky ends that match your gene. Sticky Ends. Polymerase Chain Reaction

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