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Analyzing Cloned Sequences The cloning methods outlined in this chapter allow researchers to generate many copies of a gene they wish to study through the use of restriction enzymes, vectors, bacterial host cells, the creation of genetic libraries, and PCR. Once useful quantities of a disease-causing gene are available by cloning, what kinds of questions do you think should be asked about the gene?

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Analyzing Cloned Sequences

The cloning methods outlined in this chapter allow researchers to generate many copies of a gene they wish to study through the use of restriction enzymes, vectors, bacterial host cells, the creation of genetic libraries, and PCR. Once useful quantities of a disease-causing gene are available by cloning, what kinds of questions do you think should be asked about the gene?

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To describe: The possible questions that should be asked about a gene after the disease-causing gene is cloned.

Introduction: A clone can be described as the individuals that share common genetic sequence. The process of the formation of genetically identical cell or organisms is called “cloning.” The cells or individuals from this process are considered as “clones.”

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After the identification of the gene by a number of methods and techniques, the statistical questions should be asked about it. By this way, models based on the gene can be constructed and predictions related to the gene can be made to manage its expression. The questions related to the disease-causing gene can be like the prevalence of gene in a population...

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