Recombinant DNA Technology Research Paper

Recombinant DNA Technology
Describes an experiment using recombinant DNA technology.
# 118232 | 4,650 words | 3 sources | APA | 2009 | US
Published on Jan 14, 2010 in Biology (Molecular and Cell) , Biology (Biotechnology) , Research Designs (General)


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Description:

This paper discusses an experiment that used recombinant DNA technology and explains that the hypothesis for the experiment is that, by using recombinant DNA technology, specific DNA fragments can be cloned, in this case from a mouse liver cell, by differential centrifugation to obtain high purity DNA fractions. The paper describes in detail the materials and methodology of the experiment as well as the results and the calculations. The paper concludes that the experiment supports the hypothesis by the fact that five colonies were created, which contained the specific 2.0 DNA fragment, signaling that the bacteria contained the desired insert-vector molecule.

Table of Contents:
Abstract
Introduction
Materials and Methods
Results
Calculations
Discussion

From the Paper:

"Western Blotting of the samples was performed also performed. There are about 1012 antibody molecules in the immune system. The major function of the immune system is to protect the being. Antibodies are produced when outside organisms enter the body. The antibodies join with the foreign molecules and neutralize them. Antigens are the molecules that cause antibody production and are usually similar to proteins. Epitopes are the features that are recognized by the antibody."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Brachet, J., & Mirsky, A.E. (1959). The Cell: Biochemistry, Physiology, Morphology.Ann Arbor: Academic Press.
  • Leisner, S. & Shemshedini, L. (2009). Fundamentals of Life Science I Lab Honors. Toledo:
  • Prescott, D.M. (1976). Methods in Cell Biology. Academic Press.

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APA Format

Recombinant DNA Technology (2010, January 14) Retrieved August 20, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/recombinant-dna-technology-118232/

MLA Format

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