You use a Northern Blot to probe a sample of muscle tissue for a particular MRNA transcript. Youdetect no MRNA on your blot with this probe. What can you conclude?That this person does not express this geneThat this MRNA is not transcribed in this tissueThis person does not have the gene that codes for this MRNAOuestion 101 nts6,680SEP3320SSE-756Eq43LeaXPOFMacBook ProCQ Search or type URL$&234679OEYUP00TLORC

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You use a Northern Blot to probe a sample of muscle tissue for a particular MRNA transcript. You
detect no MRNA on your blot with this probe. What can you conclude?
That this person does not express this gene
That this MRNA is not transcribed in this tissue
This person does not have the gene that codes for this MRNA
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You use a Northern Blot to probe a sample of muscle tissue for a particular MRNA transcript. You detect no MRNA on your blot with this probe. What can you conclude? That this person does not express this gene That this MRNA is not transcribed in this tissue This person does not have the gene that codes for this MRNA Ouestion 10 1 nts 6,680 SEP 33 20 SSE-756 Eq43 Lea X POF MacBook Pro C Q Search or type URL $ & 2 3 4 6 7 9 O E Y U P 00 T LO RC

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Northern blotting is used to detect and identify the presence of specific molecules of mRNA. In this process, the RNA samples are loaded onto wells in a gel and afterwards separated through electrophoresis. Then, ...

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