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(Think long-term) Year 1, 2, 3 … Equipment wish list:
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20 Complete Biotechnology Teaching Resources Standards Aligned Kit Based Lab Activities Materials for 8 complete student workstations Detailed Curriculum Manuals and Teaching Guides Teacher guide/Student guide Step-by-step preparation and set-up Inquiry-based adaptable lessons to match grade and skill level and maximize student involvement Extension activities Teaching Resources PowerPoint Presentations Animations Resource Links CTS explorer.bio-rad.com Professional Development/Training CTS Research Grade Equipment Technical Support
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The Pipeline Elementary/ Middle School High School Community/ vocational college University Academic Industry PRIMARY/SECONDARY EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS LIFE SCIENCE CAREER PATH STIMULATE & DEVELOP INTEREST IN SCIENCE SKILLS, APPLICATIONS, CAREER OPTIONS BASIC & APPLIED RESEARCH Kits & equipment Lab extensions Kits & equipment Lab extensions Student research Real-Time PCR Proteomics: 2D Gel Electrophoresis Chromatographic separations
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22 Curriculum Training Specialists [email protected] (858) 201-9301 [email protected] (510)314-3748 [email protected] m Need Help? Your CTS can help you!
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23 Genes in a Bottle Students extract and preserve their own DNA LIFE SCIENCE STANDARDS & SKILLS: Cellular structures membrane, organelles DNA location, solubility genetic information extraction from tissue Enzyme properties & function use of protease to aid in extraction
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24 pGLO™ Bacterial Transformation Students transfer a jellyfish gene to bacteria Can regulate the expression of GFP LIFE SCIENCE STANDARDS & SKILLS: Central Dogma of Molecular Biology – DNA>RNA>Protein>Trait Genetic engineering Prokaryotic cells Cell biology, genetic transmission Antibiotic resistance Microbiology techniques Sterile technique Growth media
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25 Chromatography Kits: GFP Chromatography purify the bioluminescent protein (extension to pGLO) Secrets of the Rainforest™ study the ethical issues of biotechnology Size Exclusion Chromatography Separate vitamin B12 and hemoglobin using chromatography LIFE SCIENCE STANDARDS & SKILLS: Chromatography Protein properties Tools for protein purification Creating a commercial product Scientific, ecological, ethical and legal issues of biotechnology Biomolecules Physiological function Naturally pigmented molecules Maintenance of deleterious alleles (e.g. sickle cell anemia)
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26 Microbes and Health – “What Causes Yogurtness?” Isolate the microorganisms from yogurt and inoculate milk, linking the “sick” milk, to the causative microbe LIFE SCIENCE STANDARDS & SKILLS: Isolate yogurt-causing bacteria Follow Koch’s postulates Microbiology and human disease Biotechnology and food production Learn laboratory microbiology skills Study food microbiology and bacterial metabolism Inquiry Based Do different brands of yogurt contain different microbes?
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