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Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
Dna sequencing
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Dna sequencing

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  • DNA/RNA overview
  • DNA/RNA overview
  • DNA/RNA overview
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    • 1. DNA Sequencing
    • 2. Genetic Engineering• Problem – getting enough raw material – Old solution: “bucket biochemistry” – New solution: Polymerase Chain Reaction
    • 3. PCR• PCR is the cloning of DNA (amplification).• Copies are made and the amount of DNA can be rapidly increased. Useful if the source of DNA is small.• Temperature is used instead of enzymes like helicases (95oC ).• DNA polymerase is thermostable to protect it against the reaction temperatures.• This is an automated process and can produce sufficient DNA in 20 cycles.
    • 4. PCR
    • 5. PCR
    • 6. DNA Sequencing• Concept: If we know the distance of each type of base from a known origin, then it is possible to deduce the sequence of the DNA.• For example, if we knew that there was an:• A at positions 2, 3, 11, 13 ... and• G at positions 1, 12, ... and• C at positions 6, 7, 8, 10, 15... and• T at positions 4, 5, 9, 14....• then we can reconstruct the sequence
    • 7. DNA Sequencing• Obtaining this information is conceptually quite simple. The idea is to cause a termination of a growing DNA chain at a known base (A,G,C or T) and at a known location in the DNA• In practice, chain termination is caused by the inclusion of a small amount of a single dideoxynucleotide base in the mixture of all four normal bases (e.g. dATP, dTTP, dCTP, dGTP and ddATP). The small amount of ddATP would cause chain termination whenever it would be incorporated into the DNA. The incorporation of ddATP would be random and thus all possible chains that end in A will exist.
    • 8. DNA Sequencing
    • 9. DNA Sequencing
    • 10. DNA SequencingThe separation of the sequencing fragments
    • 11. DNA SequencingSnapshots of thedetection of thefragments on thesequencer four-dye system single-dye system
    • 12. Gel Electrophoresis• DNA is “cut” with a restriction enzyme• Sample of fragmented DNA is placed in one of the wells on the gel.• An electrical current is passed across the gel.• Fragment separation is based on charge and size.• Large fragments move slowly.• Negative fragments are moved to the right.
    • 13. Gel Electrophoresis
    • 14. Gel Electrophoresis• This diagram shows the separation of 6 separate mixtures of DNA.• The dark bands to the left are those with a large molecular mass or a positive charge• The top mixture contains 5 fragments of DNA. Each bands corresponds to a group of DNA molecules of the same size and charge.• The 2nd and 5th samples have the same bands. - They are identical. +
    • 15. DNA Profiling• The technique can be used in:• Forensic crime investigations• Parentage Issues• Animal breeding pedigrees• Disease detection
    • 16. Fingerprinting

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