BMS1031 human genetics

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1. Which type of histone tail modification always leads to activation of gene expression?

  • Phosphorylation
  • Acetylation
  • Methylation
  • Glycosylation
  • Dephosphorylation
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2. What differentiates retrotransposons from any other mobile genetic elements?

  • No intermediate
  • Ribosomal Intermediate
  • DNA intermediate
  • RNA intermediate
  • Protein intermediate

3. A TATA box...?

  • Is the nuclear attachment site
  • Is present in all protein-coding genes
  • Is the ribosome binding site
  • Positions RNA polymerase
  • Positions DNA polymerase

4. What diameter is the chromatin fibre in a chromatid?

  • 1400nm
  • 10nm
  • 700nm
  • 300nm
  • 30nm

5. An example of an X linked recessive disease is...?

  • malaria
  • duchenne muscular dystrophy
  • huntingtons
  • CVD
  • phenylketonuria

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