Using this model, if there is one gene affecting skin color (gene A) with two alleles (A1A0), there’d be four possible genotypes: A1A1, A1A0, A0A1, and A0A0. According to the model, A1A0 and A0A1 would result in identical phenotypes, so there are three possible phenotypes: two pigment alleles (A1A1), one pigment allele (A1A0 and A0A1), and zero pigment alleles (A0A0).Biology6 days ago
But in your lab, you want to know how the gene effects human cell lines. You still aren’t sure if the disease is caused by the native (normal) gene not working correctly or by the mutated (disease version) working in a manner it shouldn’t.
You culture human kidney cells from native and mutated cells in tissue culture and want to remove the functioning gene from native cells.
What do you hope to learn by doing this?1 AnswerBiology4 weeks ago
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Looking for repeat structure not sure what that is ?1 AnswerChemistry2 months ago
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1. What is most likely the correct frame ?
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Using NIH can’t figure out how !?
What is the electric potential difference across each light bulb? what is the electric potential at points 1, 2, 3? In a parallel circuit?
the positive terminal of the battery has an electric potential of 6 Volts, the negative terminal has an electric potential of 0 Volts, and all the bulbs are identical. Assume that the connecting wires have negligible resistance.Physics7 months ago