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2004-2005 Lab 6: Molecular Biology Description – Gel electrophoresis cut DNA with restriction enzyme fragments separate on gel based on size
2004-2005 Lab 6: Molecular Biology – INTRODUCTION: – restriction enzyme – gel electrophoresis DNA is negatively charged smaller fragments travel faster RFLPs DNA Fingerprint
Hypothesis IND VAR: DNA samples DEP VAR: RFLP fragment sizes PREDICT: who is the criminal?
2004-2005 Lab 6: Gel Electrophoresis Data and analysis DNA = negatively charged smaller fragments travel faster & therefore farther correlate distance to size
DATA Sketch of gel Data table from pg. 43 Logarithmic graph.
Analysis Answer “interpretation of results” on p. 46
Questions Answer all questions asked DURING THE LAB at end of lab. Pp. 29, 34, 36
PACKET 11- DNA TECHNOLOGY. WHAT DO WE ALREADY KNOW ABOUT DNA? DNA is __________ stranded DNA is made up of four bases: ____, ____,_____, and _____.
DNA Techniques Lab Preparation 13-1 Manipulating Genes Genetic Engineering: You can repair genes, insert genes, excise genes or replace genes with gene.
C rime S cene I nvestigation. Who Ate The Cheese? Oh no! Someone ate the Queen ’ s prize Limburger cheese! Saliva samples were taken from the teeth marks.
AP Biology Lab Review.
RESTRICTION FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISM RFLP. 1. Extraction The first step in DNA typing is extraction of the DNA from the sample, be it blood, saliva,
& Gel Plasmid Electrophoresis Mapping.
Big Idea 3 – Investigation (Lab) 9 We did a variation of this lab at the Cold Spring Harbor DNA Learning Center West… The next few slides highlight the.
Genetic Engineering. We can use a process called gel electrophoresis to separate the pieces.
AP Biology More Basic Biotechnology Tools Sorting & Copying DNA.
Present my PI Talk about the electrophoresis of DNA Then the Gel red.
Lab 5: Cellular Respiration
Biotechnology. Comparative genomics also has been used to identify recently mobilized transposons in genetically diverse humans. For example, over 600.
SC.912.L Forensics and DNA fingerprinting Discuss the technologies associated with forensic medicine and DNA identification, including restriction.
Aim: How do scientists identify people using DNA Fingerprinting?
DNA Fingerprinting. We share 99.9% of our DNA with each other. That means the 0.1% of our DNA makes us unique. But that is still is over 3,000,000 differences!
Biotechnology. Southern Blot/Electrophoresis Electrophoresis- separate DNA with electricity Step 1: DNA is isolated and cut with restriction enzymes –Makes.
KEY CONCEPT Biotechnology relies on cutting DNA at specific places.
Manipulation of DNA. Restriction enzymes are used to cut DNA into smaller fragments. Different restriction enzymes recognize and cut different DNA sequences.
Comparing DNA Aim: How can we compare organisms using gel electrophoresis? Do Now: Write two observations from your results of gel electrophoresis.
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