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Problem10 - MCB 161 Study problems S. Harmer Basal...

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MCB 161 S. Harmer Study problems Basal Transcription Machinery Problems 6-25 and 6-38 from the MBOC problems book; plus, answer the below questions. 1. For each of the following statements referring to aspects of eukaryotic gene expression circle which types of genes (type I, II, or III) to which the statement applies. Circle ALL correct answers for full credit. I II III Transcription complex includes TATA-binding protein (TBP). I II III Transcription usually requires TFIID. I II III RNA product can be translated into protein. I II III RNA product can be a component of a ribosome. 2. The diagram below illustrates the results of a gel shift experiment. Two DNA fragments, DNA 1 and DNA 2, are suspected of including binding sites for two newly discovered general transcription factors (factor X and factor Y). The fragments were radioactively labeled and used in the gel shift assay with purified factors X and Y. The information above each lane indicates which components were added to the reaction run in that lane. Migration is from top to bottom. Results for the last lane (at right) are not given. A. For each of the following circle “T” if the statement is true, “F” if the statement is false, and “N” if the truth of the statement cannot be determined from the information
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2010 for the course MCB 161 taught by Professor Stacey during the Winter '10 term at UC Davis.

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