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Alcaligenes faecalis combined cosmids map with 70 ORFs Amino acid permease L-Kynurenine hydrolase Transcriptional regulators orf77 gntR orf416 orf153
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cosmids Cosmids are plasmid vectors that contain one or two “cos sites”. (The cos site and the length between 2 cos sites is the only requirement for DNA to be
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Cosmids: Plasmids that contain l cos sites. This allows them to be packaged into l particles. But don’t have l genes, therefore can clone larger insert fragments ...
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A more detailed look at plasmids Cloning into a Plasmid Asilomar Conference Screening bacteria by replica plating Cosmids Other Vectors BACs ...
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Most vectors are genetically engineered plasmids or phages. There are also cosmid vectors, ... Cosmids combine essential elements of a plasmid and Lambda systems.
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Cosmids can be used to build genomic libraries. Cosmids are able to contain 37 to 52 kb of DNA, while normal plasmids are able to carry only 1–20 kb.
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Plasmid Placement in Cell PowerPoint Presentation Phage vectors Phage Insertion Cosmids YACs YACs YACs Essential elements for YACs PowerPoint Presentation Particle ...
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Cosmids BACs PACs YACs Cosmids replicate as high copy number plasmids--tend to be unstable, deleting insert DNA (to reduce drag on cells) ...
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Fosmids offer higher stability than comparable high copy number cosmids. Contain other features similar to plasmids/cosmids such as origin sequence and polylinker.
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... & Cosmids (plasmid + l cos site & can be pckged into phage capsid) Transgenic Plant: Vector = Agrobacterium tumefaciens plasmid called Ti ...
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BACTERIOPHAGE LAMBDA COSMID VECTOR Purpose: 1. Clone large inserts of DNA: size ~ 45 kb Features: Cosmids are Plasmids with one or two Lambda Cos sites.
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... Cosmids PACs BACs Bacteriophage Vectors Lambda: Each clone can accept inserts of ~15-20 kb. Replace part of l DNA that is not needed for replication with ...
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Genomics The Human Genome Project Mapping and Sequencing the Genomes of Model Organisms Data Collection and Distribution Ethical, Legal, and Social Considerations ...
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Insert size range < 15kb. Bacteriophage-based Cosmids: Linear DNA molecules used for genomic and cDNA cloning. Bacterial host. Insert size range < 20kb. ...
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Fundamentals of Mapping and Sequencing Basic principles and procedures of mapping and DNA sequencing
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Molecular Basis for Relationship between Genotype and Phenotype DNA genotype DNA sequence transcription RNA translation amino acid sequence protein function
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... cosmids, etc. pUC18 Plasmid Origin of replication DNA fragment up to 5 kbp can insert IV. Cloning with a Plasmid Vector Recombinant DNA Transformation ...
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Chromosome walking can ... screening labelling PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation phage and cosmid screening phages cosmids PACs BACs ...
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... 8-20 kb Cosmids ... Fragment into Vector Multi Cloning Site The pUC 18 or 19 Cloning Vector RE Sites in blue occur only once in the plasmid Lac Z α ...
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... construct a cDNA library, isolation of hemoglobin clones is facilitated, genomic: ... (via virus mechanisms); phage cosmids Cloning Step 3 ...
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Title: Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering-PBIO 450/550 Author: showalte Last modified by: Allan Showalter Created Date: 9/8/2003 3:48:03 PM Document presentation ...
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Central Dogma of Biology DNA RNA Protein
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... library of clones 10kb library of clones 150kb library of clones * C. Elegans 100Mb Drosophila 120Mb Human 3,200Mb Cosmids, ...
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Plasmids – used in cloning small segments of DNA (10-15 kb) Cosmids ... Molecular Cloning Author: Lab Last modified by: Pierriden Perez Created Date:
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Mobilizing DNA: vectors for propagation in E. coli Plasmids Bacteriophage M13 Lambda Cosmids and BACs * 5´ ... G^A A T T C ... 3´ 3´ ...
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Cosmids (artificial constructions) A prokaryotic vector should: 1. Be capable ... Recombinant DNA Technology for the non-science major. Author: Janey Last modified by:
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... from GeneScan and Ensembl are occasionally contradictory chicken also contained small mini-chromosomes that resemble cosmids which were lumped into the ...
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Genome Sequencing Bacteriophage fX174, the first genome to be sequenced, is a viral genome with only 5,368 base pairs ... a set of cDNA sequences to a set of cosmids, ...
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... and manipulated mainly at DNA level. 1 Plasmid vectors 2 Bacteriophage vectors 3 Cosmids 4 BACs & YACs Plasmid vectors Advantages: Small, ...
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... Life cycle of a bacteriophage 2-8 Constructing a genomic library in phage 2-9 Constructing a genomic library in cosmids 2-10 Constructing a genomic ...
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Lambda vectors and their replication Sonita Gafary Biochem 72020 Lambda was first discovered at the Pasteur Institute by Andre Lwoff when he observed strains of E. Coli.
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... LOR scores for three different approaches BAC’s: Default set-up and AutoSeq1 Cosmids, Bacs, Genomic: BAC’s: Modified Set-up, BAC profile BAC ...
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Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering PBIO 450/550 Gene libraries cDNA libraries Library screening Eukaryotic gene organization enhancers silencers Genomic library ...
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Title: Part II: Recombinant DNA Technology.ppt Author: ITR Last modified by: Konkuk university Created Date: 1/20/2002 6:56:56 PM Document presentation format
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... vectors used in library construction Plasmids Up to 10kb inserts Modified Lambda phage Up to 20kb inserts/40kbp for cosmids Artificial cloning vectors BAC ...
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... lambda (~ 15-20 kb) cosmids for larger DNA molecules (~ 40-50 kb) BAC: bacterial artificial chromosome (~ 100-300 kb) YAC: yeast artificial chromosome ...
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... labeled nucleic acid with sequence matching the gene of interest Cosmids Cosmids are designed for cloning large DNA fragments Behave both as plasmid and phage ...
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Hence, the cosmids can not be selected with G418 upon transfection into mammalian cells. CLONING SITES: VECTOR: SORTED CHROMOSOME ISOLATION PROCEDURE (1) ...
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... phage, cosmids, BACs, YACs (Table 4.2, p. 37) DNA libraries - genomic, cDNA Nucleic acid probes - cloned DNA or synthetic oligos “Instant” cloning ...
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... excised by restriction endonucleases, and isolated. The gene is inserted into a vector (plasmid, virus, cosmids) that will insert the DNA into a cloning host.
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Recombinant DNA Technology Needles in Haystacks How to find one gene in large genome? A gene might be 1/1,000,000 of the genome. Three basic approaches: 1.
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Forward Genetics Survey ... mor-2 sup-23 evl-7 Genetic map map unit Cloned genes Non-cloned genes mDf4 nDf41 rme-2 unc-5 fem-1 skn-1 Physical map cosmids YACs ...
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... cosmids (40 Kbp) known dist ~500 bp ~500 bp ARACHNE: Whole Genome Shotgun Assembly 1. Find overlapping reads 4. Derive consensus sequence ..ACGATTACAATAGGTT..
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... P1cloning systems derived from bacteriophage P1 one of the primary tools of E. coli geneticists for many years like cosmids, ...
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Cosmids - artificially ... Radiolabeled vs. fluorescent tag Isolation of Gene of Interest Isolation of Gene of Interest Use of Antibodies Ab ppt protein Protein being ...
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Inquiry into Life Twelfth Edition ... l Phage Vectors Phage Vector Advantages Cloning Using a Phage Vector Genomic Libraries Plaque Hybridization Cosmids ...
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... but not in the middle Cosmids A cosmid is a plasmid with the l phage cos site included in it The cos site signals for packaging into l phage, ...
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H3 Cosmids, YACs and BACs — Cloning large DNA fragments Analysis of eukaryotic genes and the genome organization of eukaryotes requires vectors with a ...
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Need to clone the region between these genes walking by cosmids over 500 kbp problem with uncloneable repeated sequences: needed to jump over them.
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