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Biochemistry

9th Edition
Mary K. Campbell + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305961135
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Biochemistry

9th Edition
Mary K. Campbell + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305961135

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Chapter 13, Problem 25RE
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REFLECT AND APPLY What is a fusion protein? How are fusion proteins involved in cloning and expression?

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Chapter 13 Solutions

Biochemistry
Ch. 13 - RECALL What are three differences between the...Ch. 13 - RECALL What are sticky ends? What is their...Ch. 13 - RECALL What would be an advantage of using HaeIII...Ch. 13 - RECALL Describe the cloning of DNA.Ch. 13 - RECALL What vectors can be used for cloning?Ch. 13 - RECALL Describe the method you would use to test...Ch. 13 - RECALL What is blue/white screening? What is the...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY What are some general...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY What are some of the dangers of...Ch. 13 - RECALL What are the purposes of genetic...Ch. 13 - RECALL What human proteins have been produced by...Ch. 13 - RECALL You go for a drive in the country with some...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Using information we have seen...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY What are the requirements for an...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY What is a fusion protein? How...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY A friend tells you that she...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY The genes for both the a- and...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Outline the methods you would...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Bacteria and yeast are known not...Ch. 13 - RECALL What are the differences between a DNA...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Why is it a large undertaking to...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Why do some journals require the...Ch. 13 - RECALL Why is temperature control so important in...Ch. 13 - RECALL Why is the use of temperature-stable DNA...Ch. 13 - RECALL What are the criteria for good primers in a...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY What difficulties arise in the...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Each of the following pairs of...Ch. 13 - RECALL What is qPCR?Ch. 13 - RECALL What is the functional difference between...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Suppose that you are a...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Why is DNA evidence more useful...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Give the DNA sequence for the...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Although techniques are...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY Sometimes knowing the DNA...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY This is a conjectural...Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY A television commercial...Ch. 13 - RECALL What is the difference between the genome...Ch. 13 - RECALL Has proteomic analysis been done on...Ch. 13 - RECALL Explain how a DNA microchip works.Ch. 13 - REFLECT AND APPLY If you wanted to study the...Ch. 13 - RECALL How are DNA microarrays used to screen a...Ch. 13 - RECALL What are the key differences between DNA...

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