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Fall05lecture6 - 7.18 Day 6 Agenda Project outline Journal club Student presentations 7.18 Project Outline Introductory paragraph an abstract of

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7.18 Day 6 Agenda • Project outline • Journal club • Student presentations
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7.18 Project Outline • Introductory paragraph: an abstract of your project – Context and justification – Hypothesis or overall goal • Outline – Main headings (at least 3): Subgoals of your project, e.g. identification/analysis of a gene, establishment of an essay – Subheadings: Experiments performed to accomplish goals
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An example The bacteriophage Mu is unique among transposons because it performs not one but two types of transposition reactions during its life cycle. Nonreplicative transposition allows the initial insertion of the mu genome into the host chromosome; replicative transposition enables Mu to make many copies of itself during lytic growth. While the mechanism of replicative transposition has been well characterized for phage Mu, comparatively little is known about the molecular events of nonreplicative transposition. The following approaches will be used to understand how Mu
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course BIO 7.012 taught by Professor Lander during the Fall '10 term at MIT.

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