Lec57 Biotech I% - 1 Recombinant DNA Snuppy and CC the frst cloned dog and cat Cornell Pre‐Vet Society Meeting Wednesday February 25 th at 6:00

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Unformatted text preview: 2/23/09 1 Recombinant DNA Snuppy and CC the frst cloned dog and cat Cornell Pre‐Vet Society Meeting Wednesday, February 25 th at 6:00 in Morrison 101 This Week’s Featured Speaker: Dr. Julia Albright, MA DVM Resident in animal behavior at the Cornell University Veterinary Clinic Pizza will be provided… For more information, please email [email protected] Why are the ends of DNA fragments cut by most restriction enzymes called "sticky" ends? A) They are especially difficult to break. * B) They will hydrogen bond to the ends of other fragments. C) They will stick to RNA polymerase better than most DNA. D) They tend to stick to the sides of the test tube. E) They bind tightly to the restriction enzyme. Why are the ends of DNA fragments cut by most restriction enzymes called "sticky" ends? A) They are especially difficult to break. * B) They will hydrogen bond to the ends of other fragments. C) They will stick to RNA polymerase better than most DNA. D) They tend to stick to the sides of the test tube. E) They bind tightly to the restriction enzyme. * Herbert Boyer and Stanley Cohen produced the frst recombinant DNA molecule in 1973....
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2009 for the course BIO G 1102 taught by Professor Walcott during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Lec57 Biotech I% - 1 Recombinant DNA Snuppy and CC the frst cloned dog and cat Cornell Pre‐Vet Society Meeting Wednesday February 25 th at 6:00

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