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Lecture 13 Biol302 Spring 2011

Lecture 13 Biol302 Spring 2011 - Transformation-Griffiths...

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Transformation-Griffith’s Expt 1928
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DNA Mediates Transformation Convert IIR to IIIS By DNA?
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Avery MacLeod and McCarty Experiment Circa 1943
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Transforming Principle
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+ means that activity is present DNAse activity All RNA gets degraded during enzyme preparation
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A-DNA, B-DNA and Z-DNA The Z-DNA helix is left-handed and has a structure that repeats every 2 base pairs. The major and minor grooves, unlike A- and B-DNA, show little difference in width
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Non-B DNA in disease
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Chapter 10 Replication of DNA and Chromosomes
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DNA Replication is Semiconservative Each strand serves as a template Complementary base pairing determines the sequence of the new strand Each strand of the parental helix is conserved
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Possible Modes of DNA Replication
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The Meselson-Stahl Experiment: DNA Replication in E. coli is Semiconservative
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Visualization of Replication in E. coli
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Replication in E. coli
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The Origin of Replication in E. coli Note: OriC is 245bp The Core Origin of Replication in SV 40
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Prepriming at oriC in E. coli
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DNA Polymerases and DNA Synthesis In Vitro
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