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i want to know the answer of these question.
1.important enzymes in the formation of DNA super coiling?
2.What repeats are the basis of the DNA fingerprinting techniques?
3.What r the retrovial genomes integrated into the vertebrate chromosomes?
4.The _______ genes which lack a greater or lesser stretch from one end of the complete genes.
1. supercoiling as in forming chromosomes?
2. Dunno, what they're called but they're sequences where the restriction enzymes cut.
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Hey we do not do your homeworks for you. But here are some links to start with. I took me a few seconds with Google to find them.
2-http://www.answers.com/topic/genetic-fingerprinting I'll ad that this is true for human DNA, if you want to finger print DNA from other species, like we usually do with bacteria in my lab, other sequences are used (ERIC or BOX for enterobacteria). And as Mithrilhack said finger printing can be done using different method not just amplification of some sequences (he suggested restriction, but amplification of random sequences can also be used, and other methods)
3-http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?tool=pubmed&pubmedid=9621058 This is a complete but tough one. You may use google again to help you understand everything.
4- No idea, too lazy to find the correct word in english. It's not my native language, and you should probably find it in your textbook when talking about deletions.
Or Romanian or turkish or whatever language anyone speak on this forum but english. It would be fun but not very helpfull. At least we could give the right answer without remorse, still some research would be necessary to complete their homework
An american learning romanian... I'd like to see that one...
I hope not. The EU will mean only more expenses for us. Unfortunately they say we will
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Lool... What about chemistry-geek, Jelanen?
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