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Unformatted text preview: 98, 53 6. Compare the nucleotide sequence above to the Blast nucleotide sequence database (blastn using nr database). Of what gene is the sequence most likely a part? Phage T4 ligase Genomics exercise ggtlaiqaqg dltlaqkkiv rktwhqlmrn ktsfvtdvfi rifaydpsaq nkfpqmagms asqlrssrqm qahairvssi mseyveelds dilpellatl arthdlnkvg adhynlfakv lmealqaelg sdfnektrda wakafsvvqa vllvkhgn Using Gene Runner, analyze the protein sequence above and answer the following questions: 7. How many potential cleavage sites for chymotrypsin are there in this sequence? 12 8. What is the calculated isoelectric point (pI) of this protein? 8.99 Compare the protein sequence above to the Blast protein sequence database (blastp using nr database). 9. What is the most likely identity of this protein? Globin C, coelomic 10. In what journal was this sequence originally published? Journal of Protein Chemistry (J. Prot. Chem.) 2...
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2009 for the course CH N/a taught by Professor Genemcdonald during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas.
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