NTR366L_spring2011_week3_HW_03_Day2

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NTR 366L Spring 2011 Name, eid: Date: Unique No. Homework 3.2 1. (6 pts) What is a pedigree? When drawing a family pedigree, how do you represent males and females; husbands and wives; parents and children; members affected by disease; and deceased members? (You may draw a sample pedigree and include labels if you find that easier than
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Unformatted text preview: explaining in words.) 2. (1 pt) For the “p53” tumor suppressor protein, “p” stands for protein; what does “53” refer to? 3. (1 pt) What does “ddGTP” stand for? 4. (2 pts) In this exercise why was X-ray film used to detect DNA fragments on the sequencing gel?...
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