B6 GENETIC ENGINEERING

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There are the same 4 bases in DNA for all organisms
universal
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A genetically modified organism
transgenicorganism
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The first step to genetic engineering
identify
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The second step to genetic engineering
remove
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The third step to genetic engineering
cutopenthehost
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The fourth step to genetic engineering
insert
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The fifth step to genetic engineering
clone
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What is the cutting and inserting of DNA done with?
enzymes
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Something that carries a gene into another organism
vector
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What is used to check the bacteria contains the new gene?
assayingtecniques
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What enzymes are used to remove the gene from the DNA and to cut open plasmids?
restrictionenzymes
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What enzymes are used to join DNA strands together?
Ligase
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What effect does the use of restriction enzymes have on the ends of plasmids and genes?
stickyends
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How can genetic engineering be useful for diabetics?
humaninsulinproduction
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A genetically modified organism

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The first step to genetic engineering

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The second step to genetic engineering

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The third step to genetic engineering

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