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Figure 19.6 Using a nucleic acid probe to identify a cloned gene Bacterial
colonies containing cloned segments of foreign genes Radioactive DNA ®
Transfer cells to filter Filter Solution containing probe Treat cells on filter to
denature DNA ...
Figure 19.8 Chromosome walking CD Starting DNA (shown as single strand)
Known gene Library l: Library ll: DNA of cloned fragments ]— Probe 2 - Probe 2 ®
3~ Probe 3 Probe 4 Figure 19.9 RFLP markers close to a gene RFLP marker.
Figure 19.10 One type of gene therapy Cloned gene (normal allele) Retrovirus (l)
lnsert normal allele into retrovirus. Bone marrow cell from patient Viral nucleic
acid Let retrovirus infect bone marrow cells that have been removed from the ...
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2b The HersheyChase experiment
9b A transposon that affects flower color
a hypothetical phylogeny continued
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