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17098. Detecting Genetically Modified Foods by PCR, Part I
DNALC Live: Join us Monday, April 6th at 1:00 PM EDT for a virtual lab! Jeff will extract DNA from snack foods in an effort to detect GMOs through PCR. Watch and download worksheets to follow along here:
15921. Gel electrophoresis
In the early days of DNA manipulation, DNA fragments were laboriously separated by gravity. In the 1970s, the powerful tool of DNA gel electrophoresis was developed.
15097. Sequencing process, Leroy Hood
Leroy Hood explains the process of sequencing using an automated sequencing machines.
16529. Animation 24: The RNA message is sometimes edited.
Rich Roberts and Phil Sharp explain restriction enzymes, electrophoresis, and split genes.
16994. New York Stories: DNA Fingerprinting - Detecting the Alu polymorphism in human DNA
New York high school students perform the Alu polymorphism lab then interview Prof. Larry Kobilinsky at John Jay College of Criminal Justice about DNA fingerprinting.
16995. New York Stories: Restriction Enzyme Analysis
New York high school students interview Dr. Scott Lowe of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center about using restriction enzyme analysis in cancer research, then perform the experiment.
16625. Problem 28: Some types of mutations are automatically repaired.
Learn how the cause of Xeroderma pigmentosum is caused by a defect in a DNA repair system.
16515. Animation 23: A gene is a discrete sequence of DNA nucleotides.
Fred Sanger outlines DNA sequencing.
16613. Animation 28: Some types of mutations are automatically repaired.
Stan Rupert explains UV damage and light-activated DNA repair systems and Richard Setlow's work on thymine dimer repair.