Quiz4_solutions - Quiz #4 BME 339/ChE339/BIO 335 December...

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Quiz #4 BME 339/ChE339/BIO 335 December 2, 2010 NAME________________________________ 0-2: 0 point 3-5: 1 point 6-10: 2 points 1. DNA shuffling is a technique for: A. Introducing mutations at a precise location in a gene B. Detecting mutations in genes in a parallel fashion C. Generating genes that combine the mutations in a pool of parent genes D. Synthesizing large genes in the test tube from synthetic pieces E. None of the above 2. Phage display is used: A. To isolate genes encoding mutant proteins that bind to an immobilized target molecule B. For the screening of cDNA libraries C. As a means for introducing cloned DNA into cells D. To isolate new enzymes that catalyze the conversion of a reactant to a product 3. ELISA is a technique: A. That is used to detect the presence of a desired protein in a complex mixture B. That takes advantage of the unique affinity and specificity of antibodies C. In which an enzyme-antibody conjugate is employed to generate a colored product D. A+B+C above E. None of the above
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4. Antibodies have:
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course BME 339 taught by Professor Georgiou during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Quiz4_solutions - Quiz #4 BME 339/ChE339/BIO 335 December...

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