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In this circular DNA, when the first cut is made, it opens up the DNA and the second cut divides it into 2 pieces .
So, 2 fragments are obtained at the end. ✅
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can someone explain throughly on how to find a-c??? thanks!!! The following question will provide practice in interpreting and analyzing gel results. 5. You obtained the DNA electrophoresis gel below. Three samples of lambda phage DNA were digested with 3 different restriction enzymes and the digested DNA was applied to the gel in lane 4 and the bands were visualized. The Hind Ill digest was used as a molecular weight standard marker and produced 6 DNA fragments of known size:...
Hi I have a problem with number 5, it involves gel analysis results. There are 2 parts, a,b,c. For A Im sure you need to make a graph with distance in (cm) on the vertical axis and log10 bp on the horitzontal. I need help figuring out where to start and what to do. Please help! The following question will provide practice in interpreting and analyzing gel results You obtained the DNA electrophoresis gel below. Three samples of lambda phage...
finite element method .'ו Optus 11:56 AM Expert Q&A Finite element method QUESTION 4(20 Marks) - concept and calculation question Consider axial vibration of the circular steel bar shown in Figure 4. The steel bar properties are: p- 7800 kg/m and E-200 GPa. (a)lf the first two natural frequencies are required, sketch the finite element model with clearly labelled element numbers and node numbers, State the element types and the degree of freedoms solved (5 Marks (b)Calculate the stiffiness and...
i need from a to i please step by step Question 2 (50 points) The template strand of a buman DNA and a plasmid are given below. The strands are read from left to right. Both DNAs are to be digested by the four base pair cutter restriction enzymes shown in the table Bacteria DNA: 3-ACAGACCATGGAGGCTCCCATGGTTAGCCTGAAGCTTCGA- 3'--CTTIGTGTOCCACCATGGCAGGTACCGAACCTCAACTTTCCTC.-5, Human DNA: Restriction Enzyme Name Ai Bi Ci Di Ei Sequence and type of eut GATC- 3 CTAG 5 T CGA-3 5- G...
am I correct? if not, what's the correct answer and why? thanks Done Quiz 2 20. (Problem 10a). For Norma, both nachos and salsa are normal goods. They are also ordinary goods for Norma. The price of nachos rises, but the price of salsa remains unchanged. Can you determine definitively whether she consumes more or fewer nachos? O A. We can say definitively that her consumption of nachos remains unchanged in response to the increase in the price of nachos....
Please I need help on questions 1-4 in great detail please Load 15 mu l of the following samples from the above section onto the simple Wells. Seal the wells with agarose and electrophorese until the bromophenol blue in the samples has migrated to within 2 mm of the positive electrode end of the gel. Remove the gels from the unit and stain them as described in Section IV. Measure the distance of the DNA bands (in cm) from the...
The Box Problem Take an 8% x 11 sheet of paper and cut out 4 congruent squares (one from each corner) as shown below on the left. This creates a net for an open-topped box (rectangular prism) which can be folded up as shown on the right. We're going to use our box to carry as many M & M's as possible. If the side-length of each cut-out square is 1 inch, then the box created will have dimensions 1...
Question 11 2 pts Assume that you invest $750 at the end of each quarter for the next 20 years into a mutual fund. The annual rate of interest you expect to earn in this account is 5.25%. The amount in the account at the end of 20 years would be $60,000 $105,040 $37,009 $123,511 $115,637
) 11. Suppose you have 10 gift bags and 2 contain prizes worth $50. The other gift bags have items worth $20. (3) a. Find the probability you select two bags with one $50 prize and one $20 prize. (3) b. Find the probability that you select two bags and both contain $50 prizes. (3) c. Find the probability that you select three bags and two contain $50 prizes and one contains a $20 prize. (3) d. What is the...
1. Read the laboratory supplement entitled “Frequency Response". 2. Read the remainder of this handout. 3. In Multisim, build the circuit shown in Figure 1 with C=0.22 uF and R = 2.2 k12. This circuit looks like a simple voltage divider except that one of the resistors is replaced by a capacitor. Il Figure 1: RC network. F Set up Vin to be a 1 Vpp sinusoid with 0 VDC Offset using a function generator. 2. Connect the oscilloscope in...