Chapter 2 Vocab
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Date Created: 09/16/14
Chapter 2 Vocab o describes catalyticenzyme ability ex ligase protease o the acquisition by a cell of new genes by the uptake of naked DNA 0 a virus that affects bacteria phage mutantvirus o a single stranded DNARNA molecule 0 the ability for 2 nucleotides or nucleotide sequences to pair up based on bases AampT GampC o process of combining 2 complementary single stranded DNA molecules and allowing them to form a doublestranded molecule through base pairing the reverse can happen by adding heat 0 the arrangement of polynucleotides in the double helix and how they run in opposite directions 0 an RNA molecule that is the reverse complement of a naturally occurring RNA which can be used to prevent translocation of that mRNA in a transformed cell 0 aka dieoxy sequencing or chain termination based on the use of ddNTP39s deoxynucleotides in addition to normal nucleotides NTP39s found in the DNA ddNTP39s prevent the addition of further nucleotides terminating the DNA chain 0 2 usually circular piece of DNA often found in bacteria and some other types of cells 0 2 a short oligonucleotide that is attached to a single stranded molecule to provide a start point for strand synthesis 0 chain terminating inhibitors of DNA polymerase used in Sanger Sequencing ddNTP39s o visible records showing the result of separation of components through chromatography
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