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CHAPTER 20 Gene Isolation and Manipulation Copyright 2008 © W H Freeman and Company
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CHAPTER OUTLINE 20.1 Generating recombinant DNA molecules 20.2 DNA amplification in vitro: the polymerase chain reaction 20.3 Determining the base sequence of a DNA segment 20.4 Forward genetic analysis by using positional cloning 20.5 Detecting human disease alleles: molecular genetic diagnostics 20.6 Genetic engineering
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Injection of foreign DNA into an animal cell Chapter 20 Opener
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The progenitor of domesticated corn Figure 20-1
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Formation of a recombinant DNA molecule Figure 20-2
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Inserting a gene into a recombinant DNA plasmid Figure 20-3
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How amplification works Figure 20-4
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A plasmid vector, pUC18 Figure 20-5
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Cloning in phage λ Figure 20-6
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Structure of a BAC vector Figure 20-7
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Modes of delivering recombinant DNA into bacterial cells Figure 20-8
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Finding the clone of interest by using DNA or RNA probes Figure 20-9
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Unformatted text preview: Finding the clone of interest by using antibody Figure 20-10 Finding the clone of interest by using antibody Figure 20-10 part 1 Finding the clone of interest by using antibody Figure 20-10 part 2 Gel electrophoresis Figure 20-11 Finding specific nucleic acids by using gel electrophoresis and blotting Figure 20-12 Finding specific nucleic acids by using gel electrophoresis and blotting Figure 20-12 part 1 Finding specific nucleic acids by using gel electrophoresis and blotting Figure 20-12 part 2 Chromosome walking Figure 20-13 Polymerase chain reaction Figure 20-14 The structure of 2 ,3 -dideoxynucleotides Figure 20-15 The dideoxy sequencing method Figure 20-16a The dideoxy sequencing method Figure 20-16b The dideoxy sequencing method Figure 20-16c Reading the DNA sequence from an automatic sequencer Figure 20-17...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course BIO 325 taught by Professor Saxena during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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