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CYSI POSTER - I n t roduction This project was designed to...

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Introduction This project was designed to give Goldie Locks a good name, after being accused of eating the three bear’s porridge again! In this project two types of DNA testing were done on the DNA left by the actual culprit, they include 1) Polymerace Chain Reaction (also known as PCR) and 2) Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (also known as RFLP). Each type of testing has their own draw backs: Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism needs time for analysis and sometimes has a difficult time getting a good sample size and quality. Polymerace Chain Reaction makes millions of copies of a targeted sequence, but some peoples targeted sequence area is too big for amplification. Other problems happen during the reaction itself, the process of Polymerace Chain Reaction is sensitive and poor attention and detail can easily lead to contamination.
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The overall goal of this experiment was to prove Goldie Locks innocence and find the
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