Introduction to Genetic Analysis 422

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Problems 33 44200 GRIFFITHS FREEM Ch-12 First Pages Sen 12-10-2003 p 33 Application File on File Read 1: ATGCGATCTGTGAGCCGAGTCTTTA Read 2: AACAAAAATGTTGTTATTTTTATTTCAGATG Read 3: TTCAGATGCGATCTGTGAGCCGAG Read 4: TGTCTGCCATTCTTAAAAACAAAAATGT Read 5: TGTTATTTTTATTTCAGATGCGA Read 6: AACAAAAATGTTGTTATT a. Use these six sequence reads to create a sequence contig of this part of the H. sapiens genome. b. Translate the sequence contig in all possible read- ing frames. c. Go to the BLAST page of NCBI (http:// and see Appendix B) and see if you can identify the gene of which this sequence is a part by using each of the reading frames as a query for protein–protein comparison (BLASTp). 32. A Neurospora geneticist wanted to clone the gene cys-1, which was believed to be near the centromere on chromosome 5. Two RFLP markers (RFLP1 and RFLP2) were available in that vicinity, and so he made the following cross: Oak Ridge cys-1 3 Mauriceville cys-1 1 (See Solved Problem 1 for an explanation of the Oak Ridge and Mauriceville strains.)
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