DNA sequencing

DNA sequencing - Central Dogma DNA is the genetic material...

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1 Gel electrophoresis DNA sequencing Cytoplasm Nucleus DNA DNA is the genetic material within the nucleus. Central Dogma RNA Protein Replication The process of replication creates new copies of DNA. Transcription The process of transcription creates an RNA using DNA information. Translation The process of translation creates a protein using RNA information. DNA Double Helix-Held Together with H-Bonds
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2 Base Pairs Double Helix base: thymine (pyrimidine) sugar: 2’-deoxyribose monophosphate no 2’-hydroxyl (5’ to 3’) 5’ 3’ base:adenine (purine) 1’ 2’ 4’ α 3’ linkage 5’ linkage Three Components of DNA Structure Pyrimidines used in Base Pairs, DNA 6-membered rings only Purines used in Base Pairs, DNA Fused 5 and 6 member rings
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3 DNA Base Pairing A-T pairing 2 H-Bonds G-C pairing 3 H-bonds A-T and G-C Base Pairs Hold the DNA helices together A-T and G-C Base Pairs Hold the DNA helices together A-T and G-C Base Pairs Hold the DNA helices together
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4 A-T and G-C Base Pairs Hold the
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