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Genetic Engineering Webquest GOAL: After this lab you should be able to: - define the following: - Sticky Ends - Restriction Enzymes - Gene Splicing - Growth Factors - explain how gene splicing works - describe Jack Horner’s way to build a dinosaur without gene splicing STEP 1 – Go to the digital version of this paper one Mr. Markley’s website. It will be on the left hand side with a title of “GENETIC ENGINEERING WEBQUEST” Today you are going to read through and interact with websites that will give you background information on how genetic engineers are currently trying to make a dinosaur. The first method is through genetic splicing. Go to this website: and READ about the knockout mouse. 1. Why did Dr. Capecchi and his colleague want to remove/deactivate the OhNo gene? 2. How long did the research take? _____________ 3. When did the research get recognized? _____________ 4. Summarize the 8 steps that scientists did to make the knockout mouse.
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