Attached is a file I need to use to answer some questions. The DNA is 5' to 3'
These questions refer to an intron that starts at nucleotide 128 and is 179 nucleotides long, ending at nucleotide 306.
1. By how many nucleotides do the first six nucleotides (on the 5' end) of the first intron differ from their consensus seque
The same domains and/or motifs are found in many proteins. In fact, a protein's tertiary structure is more conserved (stays the same or similar over many generations) than its amino acid structure. Why would it be advantageous for tertiary structure rather than amino acid sequence to be more reliably conserved among proteins who
Find the limit of each sequence that converges; if the sequence diverges, explain why.
Determine whether the given infinite series converges or diverges.
Find the value of the given expression.
Let D1 and D2 be domains with a nonempty intersection. Show that D1UD2 is a domain.
Suppose that during DNA replication, two mutant DNAsequences are produced as shown:Original sequence: 3'-TACCCTTTAGTAGCCACT-5'
1.Mutated sequence: 3'-TACGCTTTAGTAGCCATT-5'
2.Mutated sequence: 3'-TAACCTTTACTAGGCACT-5'
Question: For each of the two (mutated sequences) first transcribe the mR
The information carried by DNA is incorporated in a code specified by the:
a. phosphodiester bonds of the DNA strand
b. number of separate strands of DNA
c. size of a particular chromosome
d. specific nucleotide sequence of the DNA molecules
e. number of bases in a DNA strand
I have a particular strain of mouse and want to determine the DNAsequence of a specific region of one gene(and here we can assume the DNA to be tested
comes from one mouse and is NOT expected to be heterozygous at the locus tested i.e. assume uniform DNA content). I look at the known DNAsequence in that region (for normal mic
The following DNAsequence is on the template strand of a DNA molecule being transcribed:
T A C C G A T G A C C G A T T
A. What is the complementary RNA strand that is formed?
B. Assuming this sequence is within an exon and in-frame, what would be the polypeptide formed from it?