ABT Terminology.docx - Lecture 1 Biochemical and Molecular Methods in Life Science Studies and Basic Principles Drag the words into the correct boxes 1

ABT Terminology.docx - Lecture 1 Biochemical and Molecular...

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Lecture 1: Biochemical and Molecular Methods in Life Science Studies and Basic Principles Drag the words into the correct boxes 1. Unicellular organism that lacks a membrane-bound nucleus Prokaryotes 2. Organisms whose cells have a nucleus enclosed within membranes Eukaryotes 3. A fundamental unit of heredity gene 4. Processing data and building programs to analyse data has been called? Bioinformatics 5. A term that refers to the variable group on each amino acid R group 6. An enzyme can bind to a specific substrate at a site known as The active site 7. The unique sequence of amino acids in a polypeptide chain Primary structure 8. Protein secondary structures are held together by Hydrogen bonds 9. What creates the complex three-dimensional tertiary structure of a protein R groups 10. The interaction between cysteine side chains forms disulfide linkages 11. Clustering of proteins is called? aggregation 12. Proteins they receive assistance from protein helpers known as Chaperones
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Lecture 2: recombinant DNA Techniques and Molecular cloning Drag the words into the correct boxes 1. DNA complexed with proteins is called Chromosomal DNA 2. A particular form of a gene is called an Allele 3. The occurrence of alleles at the same site in the genome is called Polymorphism 4. Coding SNPs are called cSNPs 5. More than one codon can code for amino acid is known as degeneracy of the genetic code 6. An example of automation of nucleic acids is Agilent Bio-analyser 7. Blotting that detects protein-protein interactions Far Western Blot 8. Amplification of DNA to make amplicons Polymerase Chain Reaction 9. The accumulation of amplification product in real-time Quantitative PCR 10. Extra chromosomal self-replicating DNA Molecules Plasmids
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Lecture 3: CRISPR Drag the words into the correct boxes 1. Enzyme that destroys foreign DNA and RNA CRISPR 2. What effectively and specifically changes genes within organisms CRISPR-Cas9 3. An RNA-guided endonuclease enzyme associated with CRISPR Cas9 4. A way to target a double-stranded break to a specific location on the DNA strand TALEN 5. A mechanism in cells to repair double stranded DNA breaks
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