Week5A_07 - Week 5 As: 1. Calcium chelators remove calcium...

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Week 5 As: 1. Calcium chelators remove calcium from E-cadherin, thus facilitating dissociation. Trypsin degrades cadherin and other cell-surface adhesion molecules, thus preventing reassociation. 2. Matching: _ C __ Have a high recombination efficiency A. Motif _ E __ Restores the function of another mutated protein B. Intron _ G __ Related genes diverged from speciation C. Yeast _ F __ Related genes derived from gene duplication D. Mouse cells _ A __ Zinc finger E. Second site suppresor _ I __ Parasitic DNA elements F. Paralog _ B __ Non-coding region of a gene G. Ortholog _ L __ Uses fluorescently-labelled DNA sequences to H. Exon visualize them on chromosomes I. SINEs _ M __ Dependent on polymorphisms created by unequal J. Recovery gene recombination events K. Satellite DNAs L. FISH M. DNA fingerprint 3. a. Selects for the neo gene. This is what replaces the GLUT2 gene. This will select for plasmids that successfully recombined. b.
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Week5A_07 - Week 5 As: 1. Calcium chelators remove calcium...

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