TEST2B410 - BSCI 410 Review Extra office hours 2-3:15PM Wed 0210 BRB start the isolating a mutant design a screen mutations that are passed on from

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BSCI 410 Review Extra office hours 2-3:15PM Wed 0210 BRB start the isolating a mutant design a screen - mutations that are passed on from generation to generation lead to polymorphism of individuals o characterizes the mutant-recessive vs. dominant epistasis analysis- if have multiple genes that can be mutated to many genotypes, on particular pathways map the gene markers vs. polymorphisms o assay (hybridization, gel) o variance, genetic diversity, differences all called polymorphism o different types insertion deletions base pairs o developed into a marker, some are easily observed compared to others o convert polymorphism(basis of a marker) and marker allows you to see the differences o examining 20 or so loci you can see the differences between two people o using the probe to hybridize to pull out all the positions of repeats can tell the difference from one person to another o advantages of having a marker ex. SNPs you can distinguish the differences to choose to map a gene
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course BSCI 410 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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TEST2B410 - BSCI 410 Review Extra office hours 2-3:15PM Wed 0210 BRB start the isolating a mutant design a screen mutations that are passed on from

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